Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative elected members to its board of directors Aug. 23 at its 78th annual customer-members meeting at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, where it has been held since 2009.
SMECO employees held two fund raising events and donated $36,470 to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Using measures of customer satisfaction, SMECO has been chosen to be one of only 50 2014 J.D. Power Customer Champs, along with Cadillac and Amazon.com.
Three longtime employees with a collective 88 years of service for SMECO have been promoted to be vice presidents.
SMECO celebrated its 75th annal meeting with prizes, entertainment, and the election of the co-op’s Board of Directors.
For his outstanding community involvement and business leadership, Austin J. Slater Jr. is Southern Maryland’s first Business Hall of Fame inductee.
SMECO and Southern Maryland school systems recently honored 17 local educators for their work in the fields of mathematics and science.
SMECO recently became the electric service provider for the NSF Indian Head.