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2017 - 703 Beale St.

This Friday we flash back more than 100 years to construction of the building at 703 Beale St. in what is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as the Southern Railway Industrial Historic District. 703 Beale houses #MLGW’s Central Shops. It was built between 1891 and 1901 in the Neoclassical style and was home to Memphis Light and Power Company until 1939 when Memphis Light, Gas and Water was formed. Through the decades thousands of MLGW employees have worked and trained in the building. #ServingYouIsWhatWeDo
 

 

Recent Flashback Fridays

2017 - Economic Development Forum
In 2017 #MLGW celebrated 20 years of its Supplier Diversity program diversity at an Economic Development Forum presented by the Mid-South Minority Business Council Continuum (MMBC Continuum). MLGW values inclusion and diversity and is committed to working with companies and small businesses owned by minorities, women, and residents. #ServingYouIsWhatWeDo


2015 - Mid-South Heart Walk
Flashing back to 2015 and the Mid-South Heart Walk when #MLGW employees participated as runners, walkers, and volunteers. Many dedicated their day to the memory of fellow employee Weslynn Bates. Money raised by the annual walk benefits the American Heart Association. MLGW employees are forming teams now for this years virtual Heart Walk on April 24. #ServingYouIsWhatWeDo


2016 - Donor Fest
Flashing back to summer 2016 and “Donor Fest” a blood drive in coordination with inside #MLGW’s Administration Building. Utility employees regularly take part in community blood drives. One of the donors at this drive, James Kallaher, won a drawing for a Kindle Fire. #ServingYouIsWhatWeDo

2014 - The Power of Warmth
#MLGW has worked with the Neighborhood Christian Centers for years and distributed hundreds of electric blankets and space heaters as part of the Power of Warmth program. The Power of Warmth has grown and changed since these pictures were taken in 2014. This year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, qualifying customers will be able to pick up their electric blanket or space heater at a prearranged location and time. MLGW volunteers will call those customers with instructions. #ServingYouIsWhatWeDo