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North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives have long supported the work of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern NC (RMHC-ENC) through fundraisers and initiatives like an October presentation at an ECU football game.
Tylen McGill and his family received a game ball, accompanied by Susan Flythe, executive vice president and general manager of Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative (right) and Caleb Turik, family services coordinator at RMHC-ENC (left).
Winston Howell, CEO of Edgecombe-Martin County EMC and RMHC-ENC board member, celebrated the co-ops’ partnership with the House during a halftime radio interview.
“We’re very appreciative to have a program and organization like the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern NC here in our community that impacts all of the co-ops and our members,” he said.
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