June is always a special month here at Noble REMC. For nearly half a century, it is when we’ve held our annual meeting, where we’re able to engage with our members about the state of the cooperative and announce the results of the board of directors’ election. This year is no different. In looking ahead… Continue reading.
Join us online at facebook.com/nobleremc at 5 p.m. on June 14 to take part in your annual meeting! You’ll learn the results of the board of directors’ election, as well as the state of the cooperative. You do not need a Facebook account to watch. Simply click “Not Now” when prompted to log in, and… Continue reading.
Noble REMC wouldn’t be successful without our employees and directors. To highlight the work that they do, we’ve established Lighting the Way to place a spotlight on those who help the co-op thrive. Because of our name and where we started, a lot of people assume Noble REMC only serves Noble County. Director Bill Knox… Continue reading.
Do you own a business or farm? Did you know you can earn cash back simply for upgrading your lights to LED? You don’t need to construct a brand-new building with the latest and greatest in energy efficiency – though we wouldn’t mind that either! – to earn a big check through Power Moves, our… Continue reading.
Our local students’ achievements and aspirations are inspiring, and Noble REMC is proud to be able to invest in the future of three of them, who, in turn, have dreams of giving back to others. Congratulations to our three seniors who earned $1,000 scholarships from the co-op for their hard work at their schools and… Continue reading.
For many of us, the last few years have been filled with challenges, including rising costs for goods and services. Noble REMC’s power supplier, Wabash Valley Power Alliance (WVPA), faces increasing costs due to fuel price increases and supply-chain constraints. Additionally, unseasonably warmer weather in 2021 has impacted energy sales, which means WVPA hasn’t recovered… Continue reading.
Noble REMC Journeyman Lineman Mike Klopfenstein doesn’t consider himself a hero, but Indiana Electric Cooperatives sees it differently. Klopfenstein was recently honored with IEC’s Distinguished Service Award for his quick thinking during a medical emergency. In January, the graduates of IEC’s Rural Electric Apprentice Program (REAP) were enjoying dinner at their graduation ceremony, when someone… Continue reading.
With more than 85% of our members participating in the program, the pennies donated by rounding up your bills each month through Operation Round Up are making a big impact. Your donations are reaching every part of our community, from educational programs to emergency services to public events and projects. The second quarter distribution of… Continue reading.
Cindy Scott has been a Miami-Cass REMC member for 48 years. She has served on its board of directors since 2013 and currently serves as the board secretary/treasurer. Scott and her husband, Kevin, own and operate a grain/cattle farm and also have a bulldozing and excavating business. The couple have four grown children and… Continue reading.
83rd Annual Meeting| Thursday, June 16 6 p.m. VENDORS AND DINNER 7 p.m. ENTERTAINMENT: Circus Roadshow 7:30 p.m. WELCOME: Mike Barron, Emcee INVOCATION: Dr. Cole Westwood NATIONAL ANTHEM: TBA CALL TO ORDER: Jim Savage, Board President CEO COMMENTS: Rob Schwartz, CEO ELECTION REPORT: Jeremy Fetty, REMC Attorney SCHOLARSHIP DRAWINGS PRIZE DRAWINGS (Must be present to… Continue reading.