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Atmos Energy Donates $2,500 to Little Elm Park
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Community
September 17, 2018

Story Courtesy of: Star Local Media 

On Tuesday, the Little Elm Town Council accepted another donation for the town’s honor park.

Atmos Energy became a corporal sponsor of the Little Elm Honor Park by donating $2,500. To date, the town has raised $150,000.

Imagination Library Now Available to Sabine Parish
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Community
September 17, 2018

United Way of Northwest Louisiana is fighting for early childhood education across all of Northwest Louisiana. This week, the nonprofit celebrates the launch of their program, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in all of Sabine Parish.

Mississippi Division Again Named "Best Place to Work"
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Community
August 31, 2018

The Mississippi Division was once again named by The Mississippi Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work in Mississippi, in the Large Company category. The division has been recognized every year it has entered: in 2010, 2012, 2014 and now in 2018. 

Born Learning Trail Opens at Lake Creek Park in Round Rock during Pop Up Play Day
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Community
August 28, 2018
United Way of Williamson County and the City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department held a ribbon cutting for a new Born Learning Trail at Lake Creek Park on Saturday, August 18 at 6:30 PM. The ribbon cutting took place during the "Pop Up Play Day at Lake Creek Park", 800 Deerfoot Drive, Round Rock.
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Community
August 16, 2018

Story Courtesy of: FOX34 in Lubbock, Texas

Spotting a stray dog out and about is common, and animal shelters only have so much room to house and care for them. 

Five years ago, Sarah Field helped launch "4 Legged Friends", a nonprofit devoted to seeking adoption for stray dogs. 

Atmos Energy Employee’s Quadruplets Celebrate First Birthday
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Community
July 16, 2018
It’s been a year since Crew Foreman Justin Anders’ wife, Meagan, gave birth to quadruplets: two girls and two boys. They are now sleeping all night, which has been a blessing.