Winners announced for World of Energy Festival of Trees
Duke Energy grants more than $5,000 to local nonprofit organizations

SENECA, S.C. – Duke Energy’s World of Energy education center at Oconee Nuclear Station today presented more than $5,000 to the organizations of the top four winning trees of its Festival of Trees display. The Festival of Trees is a free, public display of more than 20 beautifully decorated, pre-lit trees. During the month of December, members of the public voted on their favorite tree. Century 21 Hometown Realtors received $500 for fourth place, supporting Foothills Care Center.

“We would like to thank the team at Century 21 Hometown Realtors for the love and efforts made on our behalf! The Foothills Care Center is able to serve with grace because of the generosity of others,” said Kelly Ross, chief executive officer of the Foothills Care Center.

**Picture below -From left, Duke Energy representatives Chris Rimel, Emily DeRoberts, Century 21 Hometown Realtors representative Diannia Griffith, Foothills Care Center representative Kelly Ross, Century 21 Hometown Realtors representative Lee Morrison and Duke Energy representatives Dana Jones and Mikayla Kreuzberger

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