Visiting Lexington City Schools
Educating the children in our local schools helps Lexington Utilities create a safer and more energy efficient community, allowing us to pass the savings to our customers.
Pictured above left: Greg Grubb and Kevin Sluder from the Natural Gas department, demonstrate construction equipment and related safety practices.
Pictured above right: Students at Charles England learn about natural gas safety practices. Scratch and sniff cards are handed out to students allowing them to experience the smell of natural gas. "Sniffy" movie, presented by Karen Daniel and Jenni Williams from the Marketing department, teaches children what to do if they detect the foul odor of natural gas.
Pictured above left: Russell Nance, from the Electric department, presents protective gloves for students' inspection.
Pictured above right: Jeff Jones is assisted by Caleb Tripp as they educate students on outdoor electrical hazards in their everyday environment.
Pictured Left: How high will it go? A popular question as Tommy Trantham demonstrates the bucket truck to students at Charles England school. Answer: 55 feet!
Pictured Below: Jared O'Neil, from the Natural Gas department uses a combustion chamber to educate students on the physical properties of natural Gas.
Customer Appreciation Day!
Lexington Utilities Customer Appreciation Day is held annually the first week in October. Utility staff members serve free hot dogs and provide giveaways to customers. Utility departments perform demonstrations and set up educational booths for attendees.
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Pictured left: Electric department demonstrates pole climbing on Customer Appreciation day.