El Paso Electric proudly honored its Volunteers in Action at a special breakfast on September 16 at the Ft. Bliss Centennial Club.
From Sept. 1, 2014, to August 31, 2015, EPE employees volunteered more than 11,200 hours of community service to various organizations and causes including the Alzheimer’s Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters, the March of Dimes, the Children’s Grief Center of El Paso, the Child Crisis Center of El Paso, the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to fight breast cancer, the American Heart Association, the Diana I Will Live Foundation to battle ovarian cancer, Junior Achievement and many more.
EPE also honored its Blood Donors who, since 2013, have contributed more than 650 units of blood through United Way Blood Services on-site blood drives. EPE employee Mike Waugh reached the 24-gallon lifetime contribution milestone this year.
EPE also recognized three employees with the MegaWatt Award that goes to its top volunteers every year.
This year’s MegaWatt Award recipients are:
EPE congratulates its 2015 MegaWatt Award recipients and we thank all of our volunteers and blood donors for doing their part to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve.