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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.

News Release
Financial
April 15, 2019
DALLAS (April 15, 2019)—Atmos Energy Corporation (NYSE: ATO) will host a conference call on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. Eastern to review the company’s Fiscal 2019 second quarter financial results. Atmos Energy will release these results on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, following the market close.
Call 811 to Protect Underground Utilities
News Release
Safety
April 1, 2019
More than 50 percent of Atmos Energy’s hazardous leaks are caused by excavation damage to its natural gas distribution system. Accidental damage is the greatest risk to underground utilities and even minor damage, such as a scrape, dent, or crease in a pipeline or its coating, can weaken a pipeline and lead to a future leak.
Atmos Energy Donates to Outdoor Learning Center
Perspectives
Community
March 29, 2019

Watch the video below to learn more about Atmos Energy's involvement in the Elise Walker Outdoor Learning Center in Irving, Texas.

Atmos Energy Employee and Wife Serving Overseas
Perspectives
Company
March 26, 2019

Many couples share activities they have a common interest in. In the case of one Mississippi Division employee, both he and his wife have an interest in serving their country.

Staff Sgt. Parisus Applewhite and his wife, Virginia, are in the U.S. Army stationed in the Middle East. She was recently
promoted to Sgt. First Class.

Atmos Energy Employee Celebrates 18th Year As An ESL Volunteer
Perspectives
Community
March 21, 2019

Sonia Vazquez is the director of the 350-student English as a Second Language (ESL) program at Prestonwood Baptist Church, where she has volunteered for 18 years.

Vazquez oversees 11 classes, each with a volunteer teacher (she teaches one of the classes). The primary student language is Spanish, followed by Portuguese, and then various South Asian and Middle Eastern languages.