PEC celebrates local leaders at Community Partnerships Dinner

Officials gathered for a cooperative update over barbecue

On Feb. 21, we honored local officials, such as mayors and council members, city administrators, and county judges and commissioners, at our annual Community Partnerships Dinner at The Salt Lick’s Pecan Grove venue in Driftwood. Each year, it’s our way of saying thank you to the men and women who serve our 45 franchise tax cities, which span across 24 central Texas counties.

Reagan Lambert, Jim Powers and their wives
Horseshoe Bay Council Member Reagan Lambert (left) and PEC District 4 Director Jim Powers with their wives at the PEC Community Partnerships Dinner.

“At PEC, our focus has always been on service,” PEC CEO Julie C. Parsley said. “We’re here to help the Hill Country thrive, and we also understand that each of our communities is unique. For 80 years, PEC has adapted and responded to the needs of all our communities in the way best suited for each of them.”

The highlight of the event was a presentation from Parsley, who spoke about the cooperative’s commitment to supporting the communities it serves. About 75 elected officials and guests from across the PEC service area were in attendance.