From left are Fred Keller, manager of member and energy services of Wake Electric; Sherrie Mallory, Powhatan Elementary; James C. Whitaker, Smithfield-Selma High School; Stephanie Caviness and Carmen Young, Wilson’s Mills Elementary School, Jeanne Beasley, Powhatan Elementary School; and Phil Price, chief operating officer and assistant general manager of Wake Electric. Not pictured are Michael Butler, Clayton Middle School; Chad E. Holloman, Corinth Holders High School; Christy Gandy, North Johnston High School; and Douglas Pawlak, Riverwood Middle School.
From left are Fred Keller, manager of member and energy services of Wake Electric; Sherrie Mallory, Powhatan Elementary; James C. Whitaker, Smithfield-Selma High School; Stephanie Caviness and Carmen Young, Wilson’s Mills Elementary School, Jeanne Beasley, Powhatan Elementary School; and Phil Price, chief operating officer and assistant general manager of Wake Electric. Not pictured are Michael Butler, Clayton Middle School; Chad E. Holloman, Corinth Holders High School; Christy Gandy, North Johnston High School; and Douglas Pawlak, Riverwood Middle School. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
From left are Fred Keller, manager of member and energy services of Wake Electric; Sherrie Mallory, Powhatan Elementary; James C. Whitaker, Smithfield-Selma High School; Stephanie Caviness and Carmen Young, Wilson’s Mills Elementary School, Jeanne Beasley, Powhatan Elementary School; and Phil Price, chief operating officer and assistant general manager of Wake Electric. Not pictured are Michael Butler, Clayton Middle School; Chad E. Holloman, Corinth Holders High School; Christy Gandy, North Johnston High School; and Douglas Pawlak, Riverwood Middle School. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

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