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SGA Community Service Award for 2019 goes to Summit Utilities

Southern Gas Association encourages all of its member companies to be good stewards in the communities they serve.

The SGA Community Service Award for 2019 went to Summit Utilities, which put into place a Volunteering program so its employees could take paid time off to volunteer in their communities.

The effort has created many hours of volunteer time for non-profit organizations, and SGA was proud to honor Summit Utilities at its Natural Gas Connect conference in July.

Allen Sopshire (ctr) accepts the Community Service award on behalf of Summit Utilities from Suzanne Ogle (L) and Bill Cantrell (R) of Southern Gas Association at the Natural Gas Connect conference in July

Award Detail
Community Service Award – Tony Parker, Summit Utilities
“Using Volunteer Time to Expand Impact in Rural Communities” — Summit Utilities implemented a Volunteer Time Off Program that gives qualified employees 20 hours of paid time off to use volunteering with nonprofit organizations in local communities.

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