Veterans who spent years defending America are learning to protect their own financial freedoms through a program funded in part by Entergy.
Entergy sponsored the Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center’s annual Eco-Fest celebration, which funded the purchase of 1,500 Monarch butterflies. The butterflies were released in Orange during the April 22 event.
Melissa Bochat is a community development program representative for Entergy Texas and has been with the Entergy family for almost nine years.
Entergy's CitySmart Program provides incentives to municipalities, schools and other entities to increase energy efficiency.
Just for the day, a group of Entergy employees stepped away from their computers for a different type of hardware – hammers, nails and table saws – to help recently with a Habitat for Humanity home build in Beaumont. Employees installed hurricane clips inside the house, and the siding and shingles on two sheds. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that builds 3 and 4 bedroom affordable homes for low-income families.
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, Entergy Texas did its part to ensure families had what they need to celebrate and enjoy the day.