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LCEC provides CCFW with environmental funding award

LCEC provides CCFW with environmental funding award

LCEC announced that it will provide the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife (CCFW) with a $1,600 environmental funding award to continue their dedication to protect, preserve and educate. CCFW is one four organizations to receive LCEC’s environmental funding award which was established in early 2014. To apply for this award, organizations can email to receive an application. The deadline for 2015 award applications is March 15, 2015. Interested organizations must meet certain criteria to be considered for the award including being located within LCEC service territory, funding utilized for projects/programs related to the environment and the utility industry, and having a demonstrated need for funds. This funding award is just one of the many ways that LCEC positively impacts and supports wildlife and the environment.


Established in 1940, LCEC is a not-for-profit electric distribution cooperative serving Cape Coral, North Fort Myers, Marco Island, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Pine Island, Everglades City, Immokalee, Ave Maria, and parts of Lehigh Acres. LCEC is committed to providing efficient, reliable, cost-competitive electric and emerging energy solutions and excellent service to our customers. LCEC is also a major contributor to the local economy as one of the largest employers in Lee County with nearly 400 employees and by its support of many local agencies through charitable giving, volunteerism and environmental stewardship.


Grab three friends and register for the LCEC Golf Tournament for United Way

It’s not too late! Reserve your cart for the October 4 best ball tourney at Pelican Preserve Golf Club! Prizes include a one week stay in one of the Florida Panhandle’s finest resorts, the Sandestin Family Resort.

It’s an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start with lunch, raffle and awards immediately following the tournament. Last year’s tournament raised more than $35,000 for United Way thanks to great sponsors like The Okonite Company, Wesco, Tomas & Betts, Southeast Power Corporation and many more!

It’s only $80 to golf and it includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and a swag bag full of special offers and goodies!
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Taking innovation to new heights

LCEC is committed to supporting local Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs. Along with monthly high school STEM student tours and mentoring, LCEC is involved with the STEM @ Work program.

LCEC continually partners with agencies, groups and events to ensure local student’s needs are met. Even small efforts are a step toward developing a sustainable workforce. LCEC also promotes continuing education internally with a strong professional development program and tuition reimbursement benefit. Quality workers equate to excellent service for customers and help to build the local economy.

At a recent STEM @ Work kick-off event, LCEC helped to test the innovative skills of local students through the STEM Challenge. Students were broken into teams and given an hour to draw, design and build a container that would hold a raw egg and be dropped at varying heights. LCEC mechanic helper Jon Sheene had the honor of taking the 20 egg transport inventions up 20 feet in a bucket truck and dropping them. Only 12 survived. During the next round, egg contraptions were dropped from 50 feet high and six did not crack under pressure.

LCEC home grown band gives their heart and soul to veterans

The LCEC Killa-Watts have been putting in extra hours after work to rehearse for a special performance on October 25 at the Lee Civic Center. The dynamic band of five LCEC employees will be opening for Lee Greenwood in a tribute to local veterans. The concert will also feature recording artist Michael Wright and local favorites Grayson Rogers Band.

Veterans Country Jam was started by George Tice, a Desert Storm Veteran who continues to give back to the community. Proceeds from the concert will go to Southwest Florida American Legion, Honor Flight, National Coalition for Patriots and VFW groups.

To find out more about Veterans Country Jam and how to get tickets visit You can also catch the LCEC Killa-Watts at the United Way kick-off breakfast on October 29 at the Harborside Event Center and at the 5th Annual Tunes and Taste Buds the Lee Civic Center on November 8.

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