In just two short months, Dr. Douglas Arnold will retire from his position as superintendent of Maconaquah School Corporation where he has spent his last eight years. Arnold began his 43-year career in education at St. Joan of Arc Junior High School in Kokomo in 1975 where he taught social studies. His career has taken… Continue reading.
Miami-Cass REMC will grant eight $500 scholarships this year at its annual meeting on July 25. Any member who meets a few simple qualifications, completes a simple entry form (available at mcremc.coop/content/scholarship) and submits it to the REMC by July 15 will be eligible to win. Qualifications are as follows: Recipient must be enrolled and… Continue reading.
What mother wouldn’t like a photo of her family, a few weeks off from cleaning the house or new flooring? Well, with your Co-op Connections Card you could save some cash while treating your dear mom to a long deserved break. Here are a few deals listed below: Action Carpet Cleaning and Janitorial, Rochester: Clean… Continue reading.
Fulton County REMC held its first Easter egg hunt on March 24. There were 117 registered children between the ages of 2 and 10, including members and non-members. What a fun day! Each child had a chance to meet the Easter Bunny, and parents and grandparents snapped fun photos. The egg hunt started at 1… Continue reading.
Many of us tackle handyman projects around the house all year long. It may be as simple as repairing a loose board on your deck’s steps or as complex as building a whole new deck. What do we use to make these repairs? Power tools. Every handyman or handywoman loves a good power tool. Some… Continue reading.
Safety is a serious issue, especially when it comes to electrical safety. For Fulton County REMC, it’s the number one priority. This is not empty talk. Over time, Fulton County REMC has created a culture of safety by putting our employees’ safety and that of the community above all else. At its essence, Fulton County… Continue reading.
Members, were you a part of our cooperative during the years of 2004-2006? If so, be on the lookout for your capital credit check coming this spring. The board has allocated over $197,750 to be returned to our members receiving service from 2004-2006 as part of the retirement from our generation and transmission facility, Wabash… Continue reading.
Following the first 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: Salem Center Volunteer Fire Department for upgrading outdated equipment YMCA of Steuben County for the Safety Around the Water program 12 local festivals,… Continue reading.
Registrations are due no later than May 15 for PowerShift, the demand response program that helps Steuben County REMC control costs by shifting peak energy use to a time when power is less expensive. You can register your pool pump or air conditioner, and we’ll take care of the rest. You’ll receive a $15 bill… Continue reading.
Did you know every cooperative is required to conduct an annual meeting of the membership? The purpose is to hold the election for the board of directors, share important financial information, occasionally vote on other matters, such as bylaw changes, and, of course — the great door prizes! Steuben County REMC’s annual meeting is a… Continue reading.
PPEC’s Member Appreciation Day is planned for Saturday, July 28. Members are invited to attend this event at the Paulding County Fairgrounds from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is a fun family event with bouncy houses and carnival games. We’ll also be showcasing what the electric co-op has to offer. Members will receive a… Continue reading.
Scholarships Students were judged on scholastic record, personal achievements, electric co-op knowledge, and how they conducted themselves during a personal interview by Defiance College judges. Youth Tour Youth Tour is a weeklong trip in June that includes sightseeing, learning about our government and cooperatives, and visiting congressional representatives. More that 1,600 students will be in… Continue reading.