Utility workers open doors, support local schools


As part of Public Power Appreciation Week, City of Newberry utility workers visited Newberry Elementary School. Utility worker Casey Smith welcomes student Garrett Smith to campus.


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Casey Smith, a utility worker for the City of Newberry, waits to open car rider doors during arrival at Newberry Elementary School.


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Chris Odom, a utility worker for the City of Newberry, helps a Newberry Elementary School student out of a car as part of the City Utility’s presence on campus during Public Power Appreciation Week.


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High fives, such as this one, were shared as Newberry Elementary School students arrived on campus, and many students thanked the workers for being there. Utility worker Jesse Folk also helped utility employees Chris Odom and Casey Smith.


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As part of Public Power Appreciation Week, City of Newberry utility workers visited Newberry Elementary School. Utility worker Casey Smith welcomes student Garrett Smith to campus.

Casey Smith, a utility worker for the City of Newberry, waits to open car rider doors during arrival at Newberry Elementary School.

Chris Odom, a utility worker for the City of Newberry, helps a Newberry Elementary School student out of a car as part of the City Utility’s presence on campus during Public Power Appreciation Week.

High fives, such as this one, were shared as Newberry Elementary School students arrived on campus, and many students thanked the workers for being there. Utility worker Jesse Folk also helped utility employees Chris Odom and Casey Smith.

As part of Public Power Appreciation Week, City of Newberry utility workers visited Newberry Elementary School. Utility worker Casey Smith welcomes student Garrett Smith to campus.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_pic8-1-.jpgAs part of Public Power Appreciation Week, City of Newberry utility workers visited Newberry Elementary School. Utility worker Casey Smith welcomes student Garrett Smith to campus. Courtesy photos

Casey Smith, a utility worker for the City of Newberry, waits to open car rider doors during arrival at Newberry Elementary School.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_pic11.jpgCasey Smith, a utility worker for the City of Newberry, waits to open car rider doors during arrival at Newberry Elementary School. Courtesy photos

Chris Odom, a utility worker for the City of Newberry, helps a Newberry Elementary School student out of a car as part of the City Utility’s presence on campus during Public Power Appreciation Week.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_pic12.jpgChris Odom, a utility worker for the City of Newberry, helps a Newberry Elementary School student out of a car as part of the City Utility’s presence on campus during Public Power Appreciation Week. Courtesy photos

High fives, such as this one, were shared as Newberry Elementary School students arrived on campus, and many students thanked the workers for being there. Utility worker Jesse Folk also helped utility employees Chris Odom and Casey Smith.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_pic17.jpgHigh fives, such as this one, were shared as Newberry Elementary School students arrived on campus, and many students thanked the workers for being there. Utility worker Jesse Folk also helped utility employees Chris Odom and Casey Smith. Courtesy photos
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