Give Us an A

Students win $50 savings bonds

Eight local students have earned $50 savings bonds from Marlboro Electric Cooperative and its community outreach organization, WIRE, as part of the Give Us An ‘A’ program.

The cooperative’s winners for the first six months of 2009 are:

  • Ryan Dupree, Bennettsville Primary School
  • Devin Hardee, Wallace Elementary/Middle School
  • Kechawn Pearce, Blenheim Elementary/Middle School
  • Matthew McLeod, Blenheim Elementary/Middle School
  • Joshua Fleming, Marlboro School of Discovery
  • Tiffany Dwyer, Gordon Elementary School
  • Olivia Brown, Marlboro County High School
  • Hunter Driggers, Marlboro County High School

Congratulations to these students!

Congratulations to these students!

Give Us An ‘A’ Rules

Any student in the Marlboro and Dillon County schools who make an “A” on their report card is eligible to participate and have a chance of winning a $50 U.S. Savings Bond. Marlboro Electric Cooperative and Women Involved in Rural Electrification (W.I.R.E.) awards eight savings bonds. All age groups of primary, elementary, middle and high school students will have two winners. We have two drawings on behalf of MEC and WIRE for category grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12.

The following rules apply:

  • Must attend a school in either Marlboro or Dillon County.
  • Must make at least one “A” on your report card (excludes interim reports). You may mail your report card (original or copy), fax it or come by our office and we will make a copy if you want the original. We will not be responsible for mailing the original report card back to you. Make sure you circle the A.
  • Must have your name, address, phone number, name of school and social security number on report card.
  • Mail to: Give Us An “A”, Marlboro Electric Cooperative, P.O. Box 1057, Bennettsville, S.C. 29512, or fax to (843) 479-8990.
  • Must have report cards in by deadlines of July 30th and January 31st.

If you have any questions, call Christy Overstreet, Marketing/Member Services Director at (843) 479-3855 or toll free 1-800-922-9174.