Clark County REMC is more than an electric company. We are a not-for-profit, member-owned electric cooperative. As a cooperative member, you have more influence on Clark County REMC than you might realize. Not only can you contact us to share your thoughts, ideas and experiences. You can also take part in guiding the direction of… Continue reading.
October is a favorite month for so many people, as fall brings cooler weather, the changing of the leaves, and simple favorites like pumpkin-spiced drinks. October is a favorite month at Clark County REMC for a different reason: It’s Co-op Month! And for 2021, I’m excited to share some big news. First, we will again… Continue reading.
Summer is ending and fall is right around the corner. It’s the time of year when I like to share with you some of the ways Clark County REMC engages our communities and celebrates the co-op spirit. With the uncertainties of the COVID pandemic, we were not able to bring our bucket truck to the… Continue reading.
It’s officially been one year since Clark County REMC launched our Lend A Hand program in response to the uncertainties created by the global health pandemic last year. In the spring of 2020, our board of directors wanted to create a program that would allow members to help one another. Co-ops began in a spirit… Continue reading.
If you’ve been reading our magazine or following our social media for the last few months, you will have noticed that we said goodbye to two top-notch journeyman linemen, Mark Eckert and Dave Casey, after each retired following 37 years of service. They both began their REMC careers in 1984 and have given decades of… Continue reading.
Summer is officially upon us. With the temperatures getting warmer each day, many families use the longer days to spend time together by playing outdoors, visiting parks and traveling. At Clark County REMC, we care about the communities we serve and want to share a few opportunities to enjoy some much-needed family time this year…. Continue reading.
March and April are always busy months for our co-op, because that’s when we host our annual meeting and director election. With COVID still lingering, we were not able to host our in-person meeting this year, but that didn’t stop you from casting your votes early online or by mail. I am pleased to report… Continue reading.
This month I wanted to address a few of the questions that many members have been asking following the historic power failures in Texas last month. The issues and solutions for their situation are complicated, but that doesn’t mean you need to be worried about power and reliability here in Southern Indiana. Here are a… Continue reading.
What a difference a year can make. This time last year I wrote to you about our plans for a successful Annual Meeting, celebrating 81 years of co-op service in southern Indiana. Registration gifts had been purchased, door prizes secured, entertainment booked, and invitations were in the mail. But on March 13, everything came to… Continue reading.
The COVID health crisis has been tough on everyone. From quarantine and isolation to job losses and business closures, not to mention the heavy strain on our healthcare system, everyone has been affected in some way. But one part of our community has been impacted since the very beginning, with little control over how they… Continue reading.
When we say that we live in a “connected” world, most of us think about technology, like our smart-phones and other gadgets. But when you’re a member of an electric co-op, there’s so much more to being part of our connected co-op community. As a member of Clark County REMC, you help to power good… Continue reading.
Every person, family, and business has had to adapt to our new way of life since the pandemic began. However, a few things haven’t changed. We are still committed to delivering reliable, affordable electricity to our members, to being a positive force in our community, and to providing outstanding member service in every interaction. Of… Continue reading.