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Did you know? Visit alabamapower.com/account or use your smartphone to scan this QR code: View your bill sooner. Paperless billing No more worrying about late payments. Payment alerts Know when your power will be back on. Outage alerts You have new tools available to help manage your account. Dd ou now You hve new tools vlble to help ou mne our ccount ✔ Vew our bll sooner Pperless Blln ✔ No more worrn bout lte pments Pment lerts ✔ now when our power wll be bc on Oute lerts strted, vst lbmpowrcom/ccount or use our smrtphone to scn ths QR code Thumbs Up! Project Manager Linesha Foster, Corporate Headquarters, completed the McKinsey Connected Leaders Management Accelerator Program in July. The six-month program focuses on enhancing leadership mindsets and behaviors, sharpening problem- solving skills for impact, and helping leaders across the nation set and execute business strategies. Foster earned all three digital-module completion badges, as well as the program completion badge by successfully passing each module and attending the virtual webinars. There was only one spot available for each operating company, and Foster was selected to represent Alabama Power. Eastern Division Alabama Power Service Organization (APSO) volunteers took part in the Randolph County United Way Day of Action Aug. 17. The APSO team, along with community partners, brought a fresh look to the Kidstown Clubhouse in Roanoke by painting the inside and outside of the building. "It is such a joy to see amazing people utilizing their skills to keep our cities and towns looking vibrant," said Breanna Walker, Alabama Power Eastern Division Office – Clay County. APSO volunteers included Amanda Young, Evan Rogers, Latoya Zackery, Dana McFarland, Jacki Lowry, Steve Marlowe, Roger Lynch, Michael Barber, Meredith Holcombe, Julie Couch, Leah Amis and Walker. Southeast/Farley APSO members volunteered for the C.A.S.T. for Kids fishing event on Sept. 15 at Old Creek Town Park in Eufaula. The event helped enrich the lives of children with disabilities, ages 6-18, by providing them with the opportunity to spend a fun day of fishing with their families and community volunteers. Along with a few hours of fishing, the children each received a personalized plaque to keep as a memento of their day. APSO volunteers from Greene County Steam Plant recently held a drive to collect supplies for Demopolis Middle School. Members donated notebooks, paper, pens, crayons and more. They gave clothes to the school for a "shopping day" for children in need. Each child "shopped" for the items that best suited their style. Additionally, the volunteers responded to a post from a special- education teacher asking for donations for her class at U.S. Jones Elementary School in Demopolis. Members purchased two compression vests that will be used by the students in the teacher's classroom. Other fundraising projects included a plant bake-off that raised $375 and a "Change for Charity" event, where members collected $645 in small change at the plant gate. The funds will be used to buy bicycles for children in December. From left, Demopolis Middle School Assistant Principal Rollie McCall, School Guidance Counselor Deborah McAfee, and APSO members Elaine Fetzer, Addison Seale, Leah Banks and Diane Brooker. 29 Eastern APSO members joined United Way Day of Action in Roanoke.

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