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2015 Touchstone Energy® Community Service Project

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  • Marching Orders

    Ed Green, executive director of Rebuilding Together Orlando, rallies the electric cooperative troops for participating in the Touchstone Energy® Community Service Project in Orlando. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Checklist

    Alaina Casioppo, an AmeriCorps intern with Rebuilding Together Orlando, explains the procedures for volunteers to follow during the Touchstone Energy® service project. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Tool Digging

    Nelson Smith, a director at the Energy Cooperative in Ohio, sorts through tools and gadgets during the annual Touchstone Energy® Community Service Project. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • A Fresh Coat

    The husband and wife team of Jenny and Mark Patterson from South Dakota applies fresh paint to a bench as part of the Touchstone Energy® Community Service Project. (Photo By: Steven Johnson)
  • New Friend

    Look at what somebody let out of the bag. Parker Vanslyke finds a new friend in between helping his mom and dad, who is CEO at SEMO Electric Co-op in Missouri. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Paint Roller

    He's handy with a paint roller. Ernie Grueneich was one of several of the annual service project volunteers from McLean Electric Co-op in North Dakota, where he is a director. (Photo By: Steven Johnson)
  • All Smiles

    Dallas DeShazior, Laura Cook and Josh McGhee of Touchstone Energy® are all smiles during their duties in helping to coordinate the Community Service Project. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Handyman

    The service project is old hat to Jim Meador, a trustee at Butler REC in Ohio. He's worked on five of them, along ewith many of his fellow directors. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Pitching in

    While electric cooperative volunteers work on his house, Benjamin Reddick grabs a brush and pitches in with a little bit of painting. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Rubbish

    Electric cooperative volunteers removed stacks of rubbish and overgrown shrubs at a house in the Tangelo Park neighborhood in Orlando as part of the community service project. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Bucket and Brush

    NRECA Wisconsin Director Larry Becker takes part in the service project by getting ready to apply paint to the exterior of an aging Orlando house. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Vent Inspection

    Electric cooperative volunteers (and directors) Randy Gaumer (l) and David Evans clean out a dryer vent hose as part of their work during the Touchstone Energy® service project. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • Presidential Paint

    When he was NRECA President, F.E. (Wally) Wolski was pretty handy with a gavel. At the annual service project, he displays a mean paint brush as well. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)
  • The Final Nail

    Michelle Brewington, wife of Glades Electric Co-op CEO Jeff Brewington, nails new numbers to a mailbox post as part of the Touchstone Energy® Community Service Project. (Photo By: Steven Johnson)
  • Looks New

    After a day's worth of work by electric cooperative volunteers, this 55-year-old house in Orlando's Tangelo Park neighborhood looks almost new. (Photo By: Luis Giomez Photos)
  • Great Work!

    Some of the more than 100 electric cooperatuve volunteers celebrate the competion of their work at a house they updated and upgraded during the Touchstone Energy® Community Service Project.

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