Thank you to those that attended the 85th annual meeting of Harrison REMC! 1,361 total registered members attended the two 2023 annual meeting events. Members enjoyed playing bingo, eating ice cream, and visiting the booths at the fairgrounds event on May 2, and the convenience of the drive-thru voting at the REMC office on May… Continue reading.
The board of directors of Harrison REMC has approved paying capital credits in the amount of $1 million for portions of 1987 and 1988 capital credit allocations. The board is excited to return your investment in your electric cooperative with this capital credit retirement. As a member of Harrison REMC during these years, you helped… Continue reading.
Q: What’s the difference between allocated and retired capital credits? A: Allocated capital credits appear as an entry on the permanent financial records of the co-op and reflect your equity or ownership in Harrison REMC. When capital credits are retired, a check or bill credit is issued to you and your equity in the co-op… Continue reading.
Prizes were drawn by a member of the Credential and Election Committee. Results are also posted on harrisonremc.com. John Dersch, Georgetown: Spice kit (Brownstown Electric) George Purcell, New Salisbury: Case toy tractor (Jacobi Sales Inc.) Paul Huffman, Corydon: Digger truck (Altec) Dora Downey, Corydon: Electric truck (Altec) Michael Richmer, Lanesville: $25 debit Mastercard, Carhartt long… Continue reading.
We appreciate the more than 1,000 members who participated in our annual meeting. Thanks for returning your ballots, attending our drive-thru event and watching the business meeting at the fairgrounds or online. You can watch a recording of the business meeting on our website. If you attended the drive-thru and want to learn more about… Continue reading.
Many Boone REMC members have pad-mounted transformers in their yards. These “big green boxes” can usually be found in your front yard, especially in subdivisions or neighborhoods. Transformers change voltage from higher levels to voltages people use in their homes for their electronics, appliances and lighting. Pad-mounted transformers are connected to primary high voltage lines, and… Continue reading.
The utility industry and the issues impacting it are ever evolving, and as of late, ever more complicated. Hoosier Energy fittingly used the theme of “Complex Issues. Cooperative Solutions.” for its 2023 annual meeting in April. With all 18 member cooperatives represented, though some less so due to recent storms at the time, a variety… Continue reading.
You may not own your apartment or home, but you still have to pay the utility bills. The following simple changes won’t cost you much and they can make a difference for your energy budget. These are great ways to reduce your impact on the environment as well. 1. Focus on lighting. Replace conventional incandescent… Continue reading.
June is National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month. It’s also the time of year when many people endure the headache of a broken air conditioner — and having to go to extreme measures to keep cool. Fortunately, it’s not too late to prepare. There are steps you can take to ensure your cooling system can handle… Continue reading.
By Joe Halcomb You don’t have to settle for builders’ grade basics in your home, even on a tight budget. Whether you’re selling or just want some extra personal flair, these simple DIY projects can make a big impact on your kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. All the trimmings Believe it or not, simple trim can… Continue reading.
When it comes to cats and dogs, pet lovers find all kinds of significance and meaning in dubbing our furry friends. But how do you choose the perfect one? Here are some tips that might help: Get to know your pet firstSome people have a name picked out before even picking up their new pet from… Continue reading.