Boone REMC members are eligible for several rebates through POWER MOVES®, an energy efficiency program made available by our wholesale power provider. As a member-owned, not-for-profit electric cooperative, Boone REMC doesn’t exist to make a profit, but rather to provide electricity at the lowest possible rate. Programs like POWER MOVES help us collectively save energy… Continue reading.
The membership of Boone REMC elected a new director to the co-op’s board of nine directors at the annual meeting March 10 in Lebanon. Jon Stevens, an 18-year Boone REMC member, was elected to the District 5 seat. Two other members, Russell E. Dulin and David Cross, were also candidates for the open seat. District… Continue reading.
Friday, June 8 Paoli Jr./Sr. High School 501 S. Elm St., Paoli Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Entertainment at 5:30 p.m. Business meeting at 7 p.m. Free catered meal Bounce houses for kids Registration prize for each membership Drawing for door prizes Directors up for election: District 3 — Danny Easterday (incumbent) District 6 —… Continue reading.
The Touchstone Energy® Home program is alive and well at Harrison REMC. For 2018, we have fine-tuned this program that assists members in building a comfortable, new home. The major new features to consider are: After the completed Touchstone Energy Home is performance-tested and shown to meet all the program requirements, the homeowner will receive… Continue reading.
The directors and employees would like to welcome our newest team member to the REMC. Candice Reynolds works as a member service representative. She and her family reside in Corydon. Welcome!
Because of the co-op’s commitment to safety, Harrison REMC celebrated zero lost time hours or injuries for the third consecutive year. Operations Construction Manager Jim Walter acknowledged REMC team members for their accomplishment. “The potentially dangerous nature of the job proves this is an accomplishment achieved by the commitment to safety both personally and as… Continue reading.
In honor of Earth Day, Harrison REMC will allow members to bring specific items to the office to be recycled or shredded to reduce the amount of hazardous waste that is generated in our landfills. You can bring the following items to recycle: computers, LCD monitors, laptops, residential-sized printers, fax machines, cell phones, stereo equipment,… Continue reading.
This world-class institution features unique exhibits and hands-on experiences that showcase the stories, events and characters that have helped shape Indiana’s history. Located in White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis, the Indiana State Museum brings the best of the museum world to Indiana. Spanning three floors, the museum tells the story of the Hoosier… Continue reading.
Spring is a perfect time of the year to make your home more energy-efficient. Here are five quick tips that will save both energy and money. Seal the cracks and gaps around your home. Spring may be the right time to put away those storm windows, but it is also a good time to add… Continue reading.
As April arrives, it brings with it the showers that produce spring flowers. It also marks the beginning of a potentially stormy season that can inherently include power outages. While Harrison REMC strives to provide reliable electricity to our members, there are times when Mother Nature has other plans. Most of us can ride out… Continue reading.
When? June 25 — Registration begins at 6 p.m. Business meeting starts at 7 p.m. Where? Rochester High School All registered members will receive a $25 bill credit. Prize drawings will follow the meeting. Members must be present to win. 1 $200 bill credit • 4 $100 bill credits • 6 $75 bill credits •… Continue reading.
Spring is the time for storms, and heavy rains and lightning can send power lines flying off their poles and right into harm’s way. Teach your children to stay away from downed power lines and keep these safety measures in mind: If you see a fallen power line, don’t touch it for any reason. Don’t… Continue reading.