From left are Amy Hines, River Dell Elementary; Tholeathcus Raiford, Smithfield-Selma High; Phil Price, Wake Electrici’s chief operating officer and assistant general manager, Fred Keller, manager of member services for Wake Electric; and Linda Watson, Neuse Charter School. Not pictured is Ellen Ennis-Smith of Smithfield-Selma High.
From left are Amy Hines, River Dell Elementary; Tholeathcus Raiford, Smithfield-Selma High; Phil Price, Wake Electrici’s chief operating officer and assistant general manager, Fred Keller, manager of member services for Wake Electric; and Linda Watson, Neuse Charter School. Not pictured is Ellen Ennis-Smith of Smithfield-Selma High. PeterDamroth WAKE ELECTRIC
From left are Amy Hines, River Dell Elementary; Tholeathcus Raiford, Smithfield-Selma High; Phil Price, Wake Electrici’s chief operating officer and assistant general manager, Fred Keller, manager of member services for Wake Electric; and Linda Watson, Neuse Charter School. Not pictured is Ellen Ennis-Smith of Smithfield-Selma High. PeterDamroth WAKE ELECTRIC

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