Community. It’s the place you call home. It’s where you raise your kids and buy your groceries. Community is made of that special blend of family and neighbors, sports and churches, fond memories and bright futures. At Clark County REMC, we have been focused on the importance of our community for the last 84 years…. Continue reading.
What do you call a Saturday afternoon with thousands of dollars in prize drawings, live music from the band Caribou, ice cream treats, inflatables, a live animal show from Silly Safaris and free gifts for every family? Well, in the past we would have called that the REMC Annual Meeting, but starting in 2023, we’re… Continue reading.
If you turn on the news or scroll through social media, it won’t take long to find a headline that gives you pause. The top stories of the last year were about soaring inflation, COVID-19 variants, international war, climate change and political gridlock. And if that’s all we focus on, we may miss all of… Continue reading.
December is finally here! I first stepped into the offices at Clark County REMC just under one year ago, and I am still humbled by how fortunate I am to work with some of the hardest-working, community-minded people I’ve ever known. From 4-H festivals to high school career fairs to community service projects, it’s been… Continue reading.
Typically, the monthly CEO article is a place to talk about new programs or issues that matter to co-op members. But for November, I want to pause and focus on something that matters more to me than any headline or company announcement. I want to say thank you. Why am I thankful? There aren’t enough… Continue reading.
Summer means different things to different families. For me, it’s about time with family, spending lazy days on the water, telling stories about the good old days, and making memories to enjoy for years to come. And here at Clark County REMC, after a few years of COVID interruptions, summer means making community connections at… Continue reading.
Energy is a limited resource. It must be produced just like any other product. So when your A/C kicks on, a power plant has to make your electricity and deliver it to you, almost instantaneously. This summer, there is a chance that there may not be enough electricity to go around. The trend for the… Continue reading.
Electric co-ops like Clark County REMC are owned and operated by the families and businesses we serve: people just like you. We are your neighbors. We send our kids and grandkids to the same schools, shop at the same stores, and enjoy the same parks and waters. Our workforce and mission are entirely local, but… Continue reading.
It was such a joy to see so many of you at our Drive-Through Annual Meeting last month. More than 700 members came through the line, and I had the honor of greeting nearly every one. As the employees at REMC are learning quickly (since they’ve heard me say it so many times), I believe… Continue reading.
Spring is finally here! The weather is getting warmer, and as part of our commitment to providing reliable electric service to every member, REMC will be inspecting poles, service lines and other electrical equipment. This proactive approach saves us money and increases our reliability. In 2021, REMC members had power for 99.98% of the time, which… Continue reading.