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P.O. Box 550 Andalusia, AL 36420 Powerlines is published monthly for the employees and members of PowerSouth Energy Cooperative. Vice President, Member Services and Communications Leigh Grantham Communications Manager Baynard Ward Media and Communications Coordinator, Powerlines Editor Christi Scruggs Media and Communications Specialist Emily Smith Powerlines Contributors Bethany Akridge | Kendall Goldman Photography John Dean | Harold Dubose | Chris Flood Communications Department PowerSouth Energy Cooperative 2027 East Three Notch Street (36421) P.O. Box 550 (36420) | Andalusia, AL info@powersouth.com www.powersouth.com www.powersouth.com/powerlines Send comments or story suggestions to christi.scruggs@powersouth.com. To request a printed version of this issue: Lisa Haney | (334) 427-3712 lisa.haney@powersouth.com Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled If there was ever a time for action, the time is now. The EPA continues its assault on fossil- fired generation—threatening jobs, energy costs and electric reliability. Those who work in the electric industry should do everything in their power to be sure the true story is heard in Washington. The Action Committee for Rural Electrification (ACRE) gives them that voice. Members of ACRE unite with cooperative employees and members across the country to tell leaders in Washington that sound energy policy is not only important to them, but also to the nation's economy and to everyone who pays a power bill. "Through ACRE, you can join in supporting candidates who understand our side of the issues," said Christi Scruggs, PowerSouth Media and Communications Coordinator. "If you're already a member, thank you. If not, please consider joining for only $1 per pay period." ACRE supports candidates for state and federal office—those in office now and running for office—who will protect the interests of electric cooperatives and their consumer-owners. For more information, contact Christi Scruggs (ext. 3734) or Wanda Woods (ext. 3369). g NRECA Action Committee for Rural Electrification (ACRE®) qualifies as a multicandidate political committee and is registered with the Federal Election Commission. Contributions to ACRE are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions to ACRE are for political purposes. All contributions to ACRE are voluntary. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. Contributions may be stopped at any time upon notification to NRECA. The contribution guidelines are suggestions only. You may contribute more or less than the recommended amount. PROTECT YOUR JOB : Take action

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