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Learning in ‘The Field of Dreams’
Perspectives
Safety
May 23, 2019

During the Advanced Service class, Instructor Cody Draper discusses a residential meter bypass in “The Field of Dreams” building at Gas City (so named because the floor is green Astroturf and employees are able to fulfill their dream of learning how to provide superior customer service).

Atmos Energy delivers lunch to thank Lubbock firefighters
Perspectives
Community
May 18, 2019
Story Courtesy of: KCBD

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Atmos delivered lunch on Saturday to thank Lubbock firefighters for their work in keeping folks safe during natural gas emergencies

Atmos Energy invests in Amarillo’s future workforce
Perspectives
Community
May 16, 2019

Story Courtesy of: Amarillo Globe News

Atmos Energy is investing in Amarillo’s workforce by investing in its students. Through their Robert W. Best Charitable Giving Fund, the company committed to give the Amarillo Area Foundation $150,000 over the next six years for the THRIVE Scholarship Program.

Atmos Energy donates bus to local United Way
Perspectives
Community
May 8, 2019

Story Courtesy of: News Channel 11

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL)- The United Way of Washington County has a new set of wheels thanks to a donation from Atmos Energy.

Wednesday morning, United Way officials unveiled a new bus that will transport some of the children it helps.

Atmos Energy donated a 14-passenger bus to the United Way agency, a plan that has been two years in the making.

Atmos Energy & United Way of Central Louisiana Host Lessie Moore's annual family reading night
Perspectives
Community
May 7, 2019

Story Courtesy of: KALB

ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) - Lessie Moore students showed their parents just how fun reading is at the school's family reading night Tuesday.

Atmos Energy volunteers pitch in to feed Franklin residents
Perspectives
Community
April 15, 2019

Story Courtesy of: KWTX News

FRANKLIN, Texas (KWTX) Volunteers from Atmos pitched in Monday to help feed Franklin residents affected by the powerful EF3 tornado Saturday that devastated the southern portion of the town.

The volunteers were cooking up and serving food near the Best Western Franklin Town Center Hotel and Suites at U.S. Highway 79 and Center Street.