SECO News, May 2017

SECO News, May 2017

  Duncan’s Digest – Storm Ready   Atlantic Hurricane season is just around the corner – beginning on June 1. The Old Farmer’s Almanac advises us to watch for tropical storm threats in mid-May, predicts a rainy summer and forecasts the possibility of hurricanes in September. Colorado State University’s Tropical Meteorology study was recently released […]

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SECO News, April 2017

SECO News, April 2017

Duncan’s Digest: SUBSTATION BUZZ   When I first started working in the energy industry, I was convinced that the linemen had their own language and it wasn’t English. As a financial guy, industry terms like “feeder,” “backfeed,” and “step-up and step-down,” frankly didn’t make much sense. But, as my career continued and I became engrossed […]

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SECO News, March 2017

SECO News, March 2017

Duncan’s Digest: Facebook Help Squad   Mark your calendar to attend SECO’s 79th Annual Meeting of the Membership on March 25. Gates and registration open at 8:00 a.m., and the business meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. Prize drawing begins immediately after the business meeting and you must be present to win. This year’s prizes include […]

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SECO News, February 2017

SECO News, February 2017

Duncan’s Digest: 2017 Annual Meeting   It’s that time of year, and we are gearing up for our 79th Annual Meeting of the Membership. The event takes place on Saturday, March 25, at our Sumterville Compound at 293 S. Highway 301. Gates open at 8:00 a.m., registration opens at 8:30 a.m. and the business meeting […]

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SECO News, January 2017

SECO News, January 2017

  Duncan’s Digest: Toys for Tots and United Way   The Christmas spirit was upon us all as we participated in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. SECO’s employees helped me load hundreds of toys, donated by employees and members, for local children.   Toys for Tots collects new, unwrapped toys and […]

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Nature’s Reflections-West Indian Manatee

Nature’s Reflections-West Indian Manatee

A Unique Native Floridian   The West Indian manatee, (Trichechus manatus), is found throughout Florida’s shallow, slow-moving rivers, estuaries, saltwater bays and coastal areas. This large aquatic mammal with its innocent looking face reaches ten feet in length and weighs more than a thousand pounds. It has two flippers and a round elongated body that […]

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SECO News, December 2016

SECO News, December 2016

  Duncan’s Digest Those who have heard me speak at our Annual Meetings or keep up with company news are well aware that SECO takes a cautious, matter-of-fact approach to solar energy. Some might label my attitude toward solar a bit “Grinch-like.” I’m happy to announce that SECO is toning down the Bah HumBug slant […]

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