Amicalola EMC held its annual youth awards banquet on March 17, 2016. CEO Todd Payne and the board of directors awarded college scholarships to 128 deserving students from Cherokee, Dawson, Gilmer, Lumpkin and Pickens counties. In addition, four high school juniors were awarded spots on the 2016 Washington Youth Tour. The youth tour is an all-expense paid trip to Washington with over 100 other outstanding Georgia high school students. All scholarships are funded using unclaimed property, in accordance with O.C.G.A. 44-12-236.
A crowd of approx. 400 attended the banquet, including high school juniors and seniors, their parents, school administrators, Amicalola EMC staff members and board of directors.
Amicalola EMC continues to support our youth, our schools and our communities. We’re extremely proud of the accomplishments of these high school students and wish them every success as they continue their education.
Amicalola EMC’s Operation RoundUp just hit $2 million! Since 1999, Amicalola EMC members have “rounded up” their electric bills. The money is then donated to qualifying individuals and local charities for food, shelter, clothing, education, and health needs.
In January, donations to qualifying individuals and local charities hit the $2 million mark. Won’t you consider joining them today? At an average of only $6 per year, you won’t miss the pocket change but by rounding up your electric bill, you can make a huge difference in the lives of those that need it. Please call 706-253-5200 or your local Amicalola EMC office for more information.
On April 8 our customer portal will be unavailable beginning at 6:00 PM for approximately 4 hours for system maintenance. We will be unable to accept payment online or by phone during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience. We appreciate your patience while we work to keep your personal information secure.