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Do we have your latest information?

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Noble REMC

It’s important for Noble REMC to have the most up-to-date contact information for our members to maintain communication about their accounts and other cooperative business. However, there are numerous accounts with outdated information. Current phone numbers are essential when we send out phone notification messages regarding planned outages or other important issues. In an effort… Continue reading.

Vegetation masters

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Noble REMC

When members see our right-of-way crew along the side of the road, some may see a picture of destruction rather than preservation as chainsaws cut through limbs and branches are thrown into the chipper. What they may not understand is the hard work being done to maintain Noble REMC lines to keep our members safe… Continue reading.

Youth Tour: Trip of a lifetime

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Noble REMC

The nation’s capital brightened in June with the arrival of a delegation of students representing electric co-ops across the state. Noble REMC sponsored two students, Isaac Coats from West Noble High School and Melissa Domer from East Noble High School, for the fun and educational experience June 7-14. The Youth Tour provided young Hoosiers the… Continue reading.

Capital Credits

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Steuben County REMC

Steuben County REMC is trying to locate former members who have unclaimed patronage capital refund checks. These unclaimed checks, from our 2015 general retirement patronage refunds, are for members who were served by Steuben County REMC in the year 1985 and were returned to us as “undeliverable” by the U.S. Postal Service. Funds must be… Continue reading.

Powering change… one member at a time

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Steuben County REMC

Over 1,000 members, community members and employees came together June 23 for Steuben County REMC’s 81st annual meeting. Kids enjoyed face painting, bounce houses, an obstacle course, sports games and a bungee run. Members voted for their choice of directors in this year’s election. Carter Snider was re-elected in the contested district, as well as… Continue reading.

Summer fun!

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Steuben County REMC

Steuben County REMC is invested in our local youth; we care about our future generations, and so should you!  That’s why we need your help spreading the word about two great free programs for local kids ­— Touchstone Energy Camp and Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. Each January, the application period opens up for these… Continue reading.

4-H Electric program winners

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Marshall County REMC

Division 1 Champion: Brooke Kitch Reserve Champion: Mason Selner Division 2 Champion: Reed Selner Reserve Champion: Anthony Padilla Division 3 Champion: Samantha Middaugh Reserve Champion: Carter Filson Division 4 Champion: Cassidy Riddle Junior Grand Champion: Samantha Middaugh Junior Reserve Grand Champion: Brooke Kitch Advanced Electric Champion: Samantha Poisel Reserve Champion: Cameron Riddle Advanced Electronics Champion:… Continue reading.

Local students participate in youth programs

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Marshall County REMC

2018 Touchstone Energy Camp Marshall County REMC sponsored five local students to attend the annual Touchstone Energy Camp at Camp Tecumseh in Brookston June 6-9. Students enjoyed rock climbing, swimming, horseback riding, bucket truck rides and much more. In addition, students learned about the role of electric cooperatives and renewable energy.        … Continue reading.

Grants awarded to local groups

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Posted on Jul 30, 2018 in Steuben County REMC

Following the second quarter of 2018, the Operation Round Up board of advisors is happy to report that several local organizations received funding for community projects around Steuben County. These grantees include: Trine University for its Walk Into My Future program Pleasant Lake United Methodist Church for its food bank Reason 4 Hope for the… Continue reading.