In 2000, South River EMC established the Power Source Volunteers, or PSV. The PSV is a group of volunteers who work on behalf of the Cooperative as goodwill ambassadors in the community to enhance South River EMC's ongoing public relations efforts. Each year they hold fundraising events which benefit students in the South River EMC service area through scholarships, as well as hosting giveaways, such as food baskets, to members.
The Volunteers are comprised of a member representing each directorate district within the Cooperative's service area. The members of the Power Source Volunteers are; Richard Barnhill; Dixie Coats; Brenda Tyndall; Vicky Walker; Iris Lucas; Rebecca O'Dell; and Betty Surles. Julie Wahl is the cooperative representative in the group.
Each year the Power Source Volunteers create four beautiful baskets for members to register to win. The baskets came complete with all the goodies for either the Thanksgiving or Easter meal, a $50 gift card for your meat selection, as well as a credit on your electric account.
If you would like more information about the Power Source Volunteers, please call South River EMC at 892-8071 or e-mail an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015 PSV Scholarship Application
The Power Source Volunteers, or PSV, award from three- five college scholarships to South River EMC members and their children this year. In 2014, the PSV presented one $1,000 scholarship to Hanna Wise, daughter of Fredrick and Beverly Wise of Clinton. The scholarship will assist the student in her college expenses as she works to obtain her degree in elementary education. Four students each received a $500 scholarship. They are: Katharine Radford, daughter of Robert and Debra Radford of Stedman; Emily Hopel, daughter of Toby and Paula Hopel of Fayetteville; Morgan Dunn, daughter of Tracy and Jeffery Dunn of Dunn; and Alexandra Cowand, daughter of John and Nancy Cowand of Clinton.
The information on this scholarship can be viewed on our scholarship page, as well as information on other scholarships offered.
Oyster Roast & Shrimparoo
The Power Source Volunteers have continued to team with the United Way of Harnett County to hold the annual Oyster Roast and Shrimparoo. This event was held for the first time on March 21, 2002. Attendance is continually good at this community event. Proceeds benefit the United Way, as well as, the Power Source Volunteer Scholarship program.
What: Oyster Roast & Shrimparoo, with all-you-can-eat oysters and shrimp, hushpuppies and slaw.
How Much: $50 per ticket
View our past information about sponsorship opportunities and how your company can become involved with the Oyster Roast & Shrimparoo.