Capital credit check were mailed in June, refunding some of the margins shared by all members of Woodruff Electric Cooperative. This year the Board of Directors voted to return over $2 million to the members of the cooperative. Some checks were hand delivered to local farmers, organizations and commercial industries.
City of Augusta
CEO/President, Michael Swan, left, and Augusta District Manager, Teddy Little, right, present Jeff Collins, Mayor of Augusta, with the city’s capital credit check. The city of Augusta operates its own electric distribution system, but buys its wholesale power from Woodruff Electric.
Lindsey Brothers Gin
Lindsey Brothers Gin co-owner, B. Lindsey, center, accepts the company’s capital credit share from CEO/President, Michael Swan, left, and Matt Kelley, right, Vice President of Information Systems.
Honda of Forrest City
Honda of Forrest City owner, Jayke Hinkle, left, and his daughter, Sidney, accept the company’s Capital Credit share from Vice President of Engineering, Jimmy Cook, center, and Anna Horton, right, Communications and Media Specialist.
Forest City Area Humane Society
Cook and Kelley also presented Ruth Ann Vowan and volunteers of the Forrest City Area Humane Society’s share of the Capital Credit for the organization.
District Manager, Frankie Parson, center, present Bob Sewejkis, NORAC Additives Plant Manager, with the company’s capital credit check. Also pictured, NORAC Additives employees James Reed, left, Chad Hill and Wendy Fletcher, right.