For many years, Old Gentilly Rd. and Paris Rd. were the dumping grounds for street trash and old unwanted furniture, causing unsafe and inefficient travel conditions for New Orleans Power Station employees and the local community. To beautify the area, NOPS employees volunteered to clean and remove debris from the street, making it a cleaner and safer environment.
Participants in The Power to Care Charity Golf Classic outdid themselves again! The 11th annual tournament in The Woodlands raised $53,395, besting last year’s record-setting high by nearly $2,000.
Derek Smith, Beaumont serviceman, was on his way to shoot trouble for a lights-out call when he saw a man on the ground in a driveway waving him down.
Chris Taylor, transmission relay design supervisor, loves softball. So, when his daughter played the sport growing up, he had the opportunity to coach her travel team.
Entergy was well-represented at the Special Olympics softball tournament at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway in November.
Whitney Watson and Megan Hewitt are recipients of Single Parent Scholarship Fund scholarships.
Two deserving single parents are well on their way to a better life, thanks to their own hard work and a little help from Entergy Arkansas.
Entergy Arkansas enthusiastically supports Bank On Arkansas+.
Through Bank On Arkansas+, nearly 4,000 people who didn't have bank accounts now do.