SKELEC DISTRIBUTES LOVE BASKETS TO FORMER EMPLOYEES
Basseterre, St. Kitts (16th February, 2021)—Employees at the St. Kitts Electricity Company Ltd. journeyed through the island on Friday 12th February distributing love baskets to former employees in recognition of Valentine’s Day. The team which represented all divisions within the company distributed food hampers dubbed ‘love baskets’ to six former employees of company. The recipients of the love baskets were:
- Ms. Lydia ‘Dumpling’ Manners- Cleaner
- Mr. Emmanuel ‘Malcom X’ Morris- Driver
- Mr. Edmeston ‘Ricky’ Lewis – Foreman, Transmission and Distribution
- Mr. Curtley ‘Culbutt’ Browne- Meter Reader
- Mr James ‘Barman’ Hanley- Meter Reader Supervisor
- Ms. Janet Nias- Chief Consumer Clerk
The Love Basket Distribution is one of SKELEC’s many community initiatives which takes place throughout the year. The initiative was designed to celebrate the work of the company’s retired employees. Every year the company randomly select six recipients to receive the baskets. The company hopes that through the love basket initiative it can spread joy and love to its former employees.
The St. Kitts Electricity Company Limited (SKELEC) formerly the St. Kitts Electricity Department (SKED) is a public utility that provides electric power generation, transmission, and distribution services to St. Kitts. SKELEC is the sole electricity provider in St. Kitts that seeks to supply reliable electricity at a competitive price in harmony with the local community and environment. The St. Kitts Electricity Company is owned by the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis and is ran by a board of directors. SKELEC began operations on August 1, 2011.