2019 Community Service Scholars Recognized

    Southeast Gas recently announced the winners of its Community Service Scholarships for 2019. Twenty-one students were recognized for their outstanding commitment to the communities in which they live, and will each receive a $1,500 scholarship to the university, college or technical school of their choice. This year’s recipients are: Riley Campbell, Greenville High School; Tiffany Campbell, Elba High School; Jacob Catrett, Red Level High School; Logan Caudill, Pike County High School; Brianna Danford, Cottonwood High School; Alison Danzey, Abbeville High School; Seth Donaldson, Opp High School; Paetyn Grantham, Dale County High School; Jillian Hall, Brantley High School; Maya Harlow, Carroll High School; Corinna Jones, Enterprise High School; Madison Keener, Luverne High School; Joanelys Lamberty, Russell County High School; Molly Matthews, Dothan High School; Ryan Mitchell, Straughn High School; Caitlyn Nolin, New Brockton High School; Josh Ruth, Pleasant Home High School; Gracie Scarbrough, Charles Henderson High School; Ben Tew, Headland High…
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  • Going Green: Spring Landscaping

    Well-managed landscapes help extend the energy efficiency offered by natural gas and complement outdoor living spaces populated by natural gas appliances. Grass is 31 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than asphalt and 20 degrees cooler than bare soil, according to the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP). And trees shading homes can reduce attic temperatures by as […]
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  • Southeast Gas Partners with Coach Safely

    Southeast Gas recently joined the Coach Safely Foundation as a partner in the statewide effort to address public concerns about sports injuries for younger athletes (14 and younger). The Southeast Gas Board of Directors, representing 14 cities in the southeast region of Alabama, embraced the Coach Safely program, which provides an educational course for local […]
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  • Natural Gas Lighting

    Lighting the Way: Natural Gas Provides Reliable and Elegant Outdoor Lighting

    In the 1880s, Austrian chemist and engineer Carl Auer von Welsbach invented the gas mantle. It is a mesh fabric bag infused with a chemical and metal solution that generates a bright white light when heated by a gas flame. The technology greatly improved gas lighting. Soon lamps using gas mantles filled streets and homes […]
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