Posts by: Joe Koch
Fuel to grow
This month, I wanted to let you know about a group that is being established for the next generation. Fulton County Upcoming Empowered Leaders (FUEL) is a new fun group created to help connect young leaders and young workers to each other and their community. Its goal is to create a young, inclusive community for… Continue reading.
Updates from your CEO
This summer, the line crews were busy with line construction projects and installing services for new business and residential members. We continued to help our local communities with our Operation Round Up program, sponsor events, replace light poles at Kewanna’s baseball diamond, rewire the Fulton County Fairgrounds, and purchase livestock at the Pulaski and Fulton… Continue reading.
Teaching youngsters about energy efficiency
Electronic and mobile devices, TVs, computers and gaming stations have become ubiquitous fixtures in our homes, particularly those with children. Consumer electronics coupled with the proliferation of smart home appliances, technology and electric vehicles have slowly but steadily changed our homes and lifestyles. With lifestyles increasingly reliant on technology and in turn, energy consumption, teaching… Continue reading.
Patriotism in action
Perhaps no other day of the year evokes such a sense of patriotism than Independence Day. With flags rippling in the wind; red, white and blue bunting adorning porches, store fronts; local parades; and marching bands on display, it’s easy to feel a swell of pride for our country. Arguably, another, perhaps deeper form of… Continue reading.
It’s time for the annual meeting!
Fulton County REMC will conduct its 80th annual meeting at Rochester High School on June 25. I encourage you all to attend and vote in the director election. While we will not be serving food again this year, we will have some great activities for the children and some vendors for the adults. This… Continue reading.
Safety above all else
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.
Updates from your CEO
Fulton County REMC welcomes John Haschel to the board of directors. Haschel was one of three candidates for the District 7 director position, which was vacated when former director Bud Krohn Jr. resigned from the board. The board appointed Haschel to the position at the July 27 board meeting. Haschel’s first board meeting was the… Continue reading.