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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 & Communications Leigh Grantham Communications Manager Baynard Ward Media & Communications Coordinator, Powerlines Editor Christi Scruggs Media & Communications Specialist Emily Smith Powerlines Contributor Bethany Akridge 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 Central Generation Operating Technicians Travis Martin and Steve Ballard, Lines Technician Jarrod Pettie, and Travis' son, Tyler, traveled to Roland Cooper State Park in Camden in August to take part in the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division conservation hunt aimed at removing nuisance alligators. At the hunt they tagged an 11-foot, 2 inch alligator weighing 379.5 pounds. The group also harvested a gator along the Mobile Delta in a coordinated hunt this summer. The group tagged two other gators in years past, but the Camden gator is the largest. Martin described hunting gators as an adrenaline rush, saying it took all four men to drag in the Camden alligator. g Brett Mack, Environmental Science Specialist, takes a soil sample on the grounds of the McIntosh Power Plant. POWERSOUTH PEOPLE (Left to right) Martin, Pettie, Ballard and Martin's son Tyler beam with pride showing their 11-foot gator. SWAMP l

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