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FPL employees put ‘power on’ for success at Washington Elementary School

POWER TO CARE week began on Monday, March 3, 2014 and FPL employees’ power surge of volunteer work at Washington Elementary School was a gigantic 'A plus' as 180 Florida Power & Light (FPL) employees worked to help improve the school’s grounds by beautifying the school through facility clean-ups, garden restoration, landscaping and painting. The FPL employees also engaged in reading to students.

FPL’s sixth annual “Power to Care Week.”
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Throughout Florida (beginning Monday, March 3) more than 1,300 FPL employees, with their family and friends, gave back to the neighborhoods in which they live and work as part of FPL’s sixth annual “Power to Care Week.”

“Our students and teachers are working hard, now they’ll know our community is working just as hard for them,” said Washington Elementary Principal Sandra Edwards. “A special thanks to the hundreds of FPL volunteers who demonstrated our community’s strength resides in our Power to Care.”

REF: SDPBC (Press Release) Public Affairs Office, Mar. 2014


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