SMECO Employees Donate $17,925 to Center for Abused Persons


Employees of Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) recently donated $17,925 to the Center for Abused Persons (CAP) in Waldorf. The SMECO employees raised the money through fund-raising activities held in 2005. This represented the largest donation ever received by the Center for Abused Persons. CAP is a private, non-profit agency providing services to Charles County victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse. Pictured from left are Joe Slater, SMECO President and Chief Executive Officer; Fern Brown, member of the SMECO Board of Directors; Annette Gilbert Jackson, executive director of the Center for Abused Persons; Frank Mudd, SMECO Vice President of Human Resources; and Larry Hak, SMECO Supply Chain Manager and coordinator of the Charity Golf Tournament.

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