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Southern Corrosion Supports Victory Junction SERIOUSLY ILL KIDS attending Victory Junction camp are benefitting from a generous new ministry of one North Carolina company. Southern Corrosion, Inc., is making a donation to Victory Junction for every new contract their company signs. Victory Junction is a nonprofit camp for children with serious or chronic medical conditions. "We were impressed with the fact that Victory Junction hosts all the kids who come for free, and we know that takes financial support. Victory Junction offers week-long campers a fun, exhilarating and challenging experience while providing unobtrusive 24-hour medical supervision, and we felt compelled to help," said Southern Corrosion President Jim Skilton. "Families should not have to worry about the cost of such a great camp when their kids are suffering and on top of cumbersome medical expenses." Austin Petty, Victory Junction COO, said the camp and the private company came together for business purposes, and expanded from there. "Victory Junction and Southern Corrosion got acquainted through a business relationship where SCI designed and painted a unique water tank on our 84-acre property in the shape of a hot-air balloon. They share our belief that every child, no matter their illness or medical condition, deserves the chance to just be a kid." In the wake of the untimely death of NASCAR driver Adam Petty, Victory Junction was founded in his honor by the Petty family in 2004 as they realized Adam's dream of creating a camp for children battling serious illnesses or chronic conditions. Since opening its doors in 2004 Victory Junction has served more than 20,000 children and their families in a safe and medicallysound environment at no cost to the camper or their family. Southern Corrosion, headquartered in Roanoke Rapids, specializes in Engineered Tank Care™ programs for municipal, community, and industrial water tanks. The company's programs provide maximum tank life and keep tanks looking their best. Southern Corrosion's services include inspections, interior washouts, general water tank repair, tank security planning, and cell phone antenna installation. They serve the states of North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Florida. For more information, visit www.tankcare.net or call Lynne Skilton at 252-535-1777. No untrained hands ever touch your samples. Part of what makes REIC a national Top 25 lab is our extensive T courier fleet and service center network. Trained technicians are dedicated to assuring that your samples arrive at our lab facilities secure, on time and intact. Please contact one of our Virginia service centers for f information or to schedule f a pick-up. ROANOKE SERVICE CENTER 3029-C Peters Creek R Roanoke, VA 24019 540-777-1276 703197_REI.indd 1 SHENANDOAH SERVICE CENTER 1557 Commerce Rd Verona, VA 24482 540-248-0183 CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS 225 Industrial Park R Beaver, WV 25813 800-999-0105 ... your full service environmental laboratory 800-999-0 .reiclabs.com w w w . v r w a . o8/9/14 12:56 PM r g 33 http://www.tankcare.net http://www.reiclabs.com http://www.vrwa.org

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Streamline - Spring 2015

From the President: Power Failure
From the Executive Director: Highlights from 2014
The Sustainability Managed Utility
Communication… Say What?
Flushing Away the Ebola Threat
Hazard Communication Standards – Guidelines for OSHA Compliance
State Water Control Board Approves Controversial Permit
VRWA Said Goodbye to Past Executive Director
USDA Rural Development
The RATES Program
Adequate Rates versus Affordability
NRWA Recap
Debt Refinancing: An Alternate Source of Capital
How the Cloud is Revolutionizing the Future of Water Utility Management
Southern Corrosion Supports Victory Junction
Throwing My Loop: Call Me Anytime
Wastewater Math
Booster Club
eLearning Benefits
Membership Application
Do You Know What Your VRWA Benefits Are?
VRWA Mailbag
New Members
Board of Directors
VRWA Committees
Index to Advertisers/ Ad.com

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