ROSWELL, GA. – The Chattahoochee Nature Center, a private non-profit along the banks of the Chattahoochee River, received a donation from the Cobb EMC Community Foundation. This money will help CNC focus on its mission of connecting people with nature. Harry Abrams, a board member of the Cobb EMC Community Foundation, presented the donation Sept. 30 to CNC Executive Director Chris Nelson and Operations Manager Henning von Schmeling.
About Cobb EMC
Cobb Electric Membership Corporation (Cobb EMC), a not-for-profit electric cooperative, safely delivers reliable electricity to more than 180,000 residential and commercial members in Cobb, Bartow, Cherokee, Fulton, and Paulding counties. Cobb EMC’s distribution system consists of 9,032 miles of line over 432 square miles. With more than 200,500 meters served, Cobb EMC is one of the largest of Georgia’s 41 EMCs and among the largest of the nation’s 900 EMCs.
For more information, visit www.cobbemc.com.
About the Chattahoochee Nature Center
The Chattahoochee Nature Center is located on the Chattahoochee River in Roswell and sits on a beautiful site comprised of 127 acres of native plants and gardens that showcase the beauty of Georgia. The property includes a River Boardwalk, Discovery Center, wetland demonstration gardens and woodland trails that are home to over 50 species of injured, non-releasable wildlife. For 40 years, the Nature Center has continued to grow and reach out to citizens as a place to explore new ideas and expand the awareness of the natural world.
For more about the CNC, visit chattnaturecenter.org or call 770-992-2055. The CNC is located at 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell, Ga. 30075.