May 2024 Newsletter

May 2024 Newsletter

Looking for Memorial Day plans? Read this month's newsletters for events happening across Georgia.  Articles in this Issue: Patriotic Pastimes Something to Taco About Gas Up the Stove with Breakfast Casserole Download Full May 2024 Issue...

Breakfast Casserole

Breakfast Casserole

This year, the Walton Gas team is submitting their favorite recipes. This month, Leigh Ann shares her go-to breakfast recipe.

Something to taco about

Something to taco about

A taco stuffed with fried calamari and topped with red cabbage is among the menu offerings with a fusion twist at Gwinnett County’s Tequila Mama Taqueria locations. The entire family is invited for the casual, lively dining experience at Tequila Mama Taqueria. But...

Patriotic PastimesMake memories this Memorial Day weekend

Patriotic Pastimes

Make memories this Memorial Day weekend

Whether you choose to celebrate Memorial Day at a patriotic parade or with fireworks at an All-American baseball game, there is plenty to see and do in Georgia over the long holiday weekend. Walton Gas employees have compiled a list of favorites to help you plan some...

April 2024 Newsletter

April 2024 Newsletter

April is National Volunteer Month and we've made it easy for you to find volunteer opportunities near you. When you aren't volunteering this month and instead are working in your yard, make sure you dial 811 before you dig. Read this month's Gasette for more...

Beef Stroganoff

Beef Stroganoff

This year, the Walton Gas team is submitting their favorite recipes. This month, we highlight Priscila’s family recipe.

Valuing Volunteerism

Valuing Volunteerism

Madison Hutchins, senior natural gas specialist and 12 Walton Gas co-workers built 96 boxes for homebound seniors and sorted 3,400 pounds of food donations during a recent day of volunteering at the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia.     April is National...

Here’s the Dirt on Springtime Safety

Here’s the Dirt on Springtime Safety

Spring has arrived in Georgia, prompting homeowners to get outdoors to tackle do-it-yourself projects like sprucing up the yard or installing a fence. It’s also the season when everyone is on guard for severe storms. Whatever spring brings, Walton Gas and Atlanta Gas...

March 2024 Newsletter

March 2024 Newsletter

Still looking for your family's spring break destination? Read this month's newsletter to find five destinations your family will love. This month's newsletter also highlights peanut in honor of National Peanut Month. This is an issue you don't want to miss! Articles...

Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut Butter Cookies

This year, the Walton Gas team is submitting their favorite recipes. This month, Jean Hyman shares her peanut butter cookie recipe.

We’re Nuts for Georgia Peanuts

We’re Nuts for Georgia Peanuts

It might not be a big deal everywhere, but here in Georgia we’re positively nuts for National Peanut Month. We love them boiled, roasted or used in peanut butter. We also appreciate their economic impact. Georgia leads the nation in annual peanut production. More than...

5 Places to Spend Spring Break in Georgia

5 Places to Spend Spring Break in Georgia

A 45-minute ferry ride takes visitors to the secluded beaches of Cumberland Island National Seasore. Photo courtesy National Park Service Making spring break plans? National and state parks here in Georgia have plenty to offer for those interested in outdoor...

February 2024 Newsletter

February 2024 Newsletter

This month's newsletter highlights weird and wonderful things in Georgia, how to care for your cast iron and a recipe for cornbread you can bake in your cast iron skillet. You don't want to miss this issue! Articles in this Issue: Weird and Wonderful Georgia Trivia...

Sweet Cornbread

Sweet Cornbread

This year, the Walton Gas team is submitting their favorite recipes. This month, Sara Beddington shares the recipe for her favorite side dish.

Caring for Cast Iron Cookware

Caring for Cast Iron Cookware

Ah, the cast iron skillet. Your grandmother swore by it as the best way to sear a steak or make crispy hash browns. Now that you’ve inherited her precious cookware, you’re too intimidated to use it. Hidden at the bottom of the...

Weird and Wonderful Georgia Trivia

Weird and Wonderful Georgia Trivia

If you’re a fan of the oddball things in life, Georgia has plenty to offer. Walton Gas invites you to play our trivia game and then read on for the answer key and more facts covering topics about our state, ranging from weird to wonderful. We hope this will provide a...

January 2024 Newsletter

January 2024 Newsletter

Read this month's issue to learn more about fun and free experiences near you and the do's and don'ts of fireplace safety.   Articles in this Issue: Fun and Free in January Do's and Don'ts of Fireplace Safety Gas Up the Stove with Brownies Download Full January 2024...

Brownies

Brownies

This year, the Walton Gas team is submitting their favorite recipes. Up first, a brownie recipe from Madison!

Do’s and Don’ts of Fireplace Safety

Do’s and Don’ts of Fireplace Safety

Gas fireplaces are far safer than their wood-burning counterparts—no matches, no smoke, no sparks, no backdrafts, no soot — but that doesn’t mean owners should ignore basic precautions. Here are a few things you can do to minimize the dangers posed by even the safest...

Fun and free in JanuaryGreat reasons to get out of the house this month

Fun and free in January

Great reasons to get out of the house this month

The weather may be chilly, but don’t let that keep you in the house. There are too many reasons to go and do in January. Stretch your legs, try something new or just have some fun with these free activities. Get a hobby. January is National Hobby Month, so why not try...

December 2023 Newsletter

December 2023 Newsletter

This year, Walton Gas gave back to the communities of Georgia throughout the year. From sponsoring events to helping at local charities, Walton Gas is honored to support the communities we serve. Learn more in this month's Gasette.  Articles in this Issue: A Season of...

A Season of Giving

A Season of Giving

This month, Walton Gas employees are again rolling up our sleeves to help sort and shelve canned goods at the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. Throughout 2023, Walton Gas has been celebrating 20 years of providing great natural gas service to fellow Georgians. Part of...

November 2023 Newsletter

November 2023 Newsletter

As we enter the season of giving, Walton Gas wants to highlight an organization that offers a helping hand year-round. Read this month's issue to learn how HEAT helped Ericia through a difficult time. Articles in this Issue: Meet Heat Recipient Ericia Easy Ways to...

9 for NovemberEasy Ways to LowerYour Winter Energy Bill

9 for November

Easy Ways to Lower
Your Winter Energy Bill

November is here! With it comes an extra hour of sleep on the 5th, the peak of autumn’s dazzling colors and a turkey day finale. We’ll also begin experiencing cooler mornings and evenings, prompting the start of heating season for many Walton Gas customers. Keeping...

Meet HEAT Recipient Ericia

Meet HEAT Recipient Ericia

Meet Ericia: A Tale of Resilience and Community Support   We want to introduce you to Ericia, a remarkable individual whose journey through life showcases the power of resilience and the impact of community support. Growing up in foster care, Ericia learned to be...

October 2023 Newsletter

October 2023 Newsletter

This month's we're highlighting products made in Georgia and fall activities happening across the state. This is an issue you don't want to miss! Articles in this Issue: Made in Georgia Finding Fall Fun Gas Up the Stove with Country Grits and Sausage Casserole...

Finding Fall Fun

Finding Fall Fun

It’s fall, y’all! Now is the perfect time to get outside and have some fun. Nature puts on a great show at this time of year and communities rev up with fall festivals — all creating plenty of opportunities for good times with family and friends. To help you plan your...

Made in Georgia

Made in Georgia

You’ve no doubt seen the distinctive Georgia peach logo that runs in the end credits of movies and television shows produced in the state. But there are plenty of companies and products made here that don’t bear a logo revealing...

September 2023 Newsletter

September 2023 Newsletter

This month's newsletter highlights Walton Gas employee, Patricia Greenway in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Greenway also shares a family recipe you'll want to try for yourself.  Articles in this Issue: Speaking Your Language EMC Security Celebrating 25...

Caldo de Res

Caldo de Res

Patricia Greenway of Walton Gas is sharing a family recipe full of flavors.

EMC Security Celebrating 25 Years

EMC Security Celebrating 25 Years

 In 1998, EMC Security signed their first customer, Greg Brooks of Watkinsville, former communications director at Walton EMC. That was 25 years ago, and he has been with EMC Security ever since.  Over the years, EMC Security has kept Brooks' home secure and updated...

Speaking Your Language

Speaking Your Language

Stop and listen. Do some harmless eavesdropping as you’re walking the aisles of your local grocery store, sitting in Truist Park watching a Braves game or standing in line to pay your Walton Gas bill. What you hear says a lot about this state we call home. Georgia is...

Eye on Housing

Eye on Housing

After a pandemic-related lull, the housing market is again booming in Northeast Georgia. That’s good news for the local economy, says Ruth Ann Miller. She is the executive officer for the Athens Area Home Builders Association (AAHBA), a professional trade group that...

August 2023 Newsletter

August 2023 Newsletter

Voting for this year's Champions for Charity program begins on Aug. 28. Before voting starts, we would like to introduce a new addition to our program, Annandale Village. Learn more about this Georgia charity in our August newsletter.   Articles in this Issue:...

Mexican Chicken Casserole

Mexican Chicken Casserole

With kids starting school this month, this would be a great (and easy) weeknight dinner!

Annandale Village: Where Happiness Lives

Annandale Village: Where Happiness Lives

The typical Annandale Village resident is age 18 or older with a primary diagnosis of an intellectual disability, down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, other developmental disability, or have experienced a traumatic brain injury. Photo courtesy Annandale Village It...

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