Boone REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Lebanon, Indiana. As a cooperative, Boone REMC follows seven core principles that are universal to cooperatives worldwide. Among those principles is one stressing education, training and information. Indiana Connection, a monthly magazine published especially for Indiana’s electric cooperative members, is one way the REMC informs and educates its members. Indiana Connection is available not only in a print format, but as an electronic publication for those who prefer getting their information on their electronic devices.
This month, you may be one of the millions of Americans turning on the television and heading to the fridge as you watch your favorite college basketball team compete for a national championship. And among the school fight songs and busted brackets, the month’s madness also provides the chance to score savings by upgrading appliances…. Continue reading.
I would like to personally invite you to the Boone REMC 2020 annual meeting! We look forward to sharing with you our strategic vision for 2020 and how we are working hard to make this the best year yet! Connect with your board and Boone REMC employees. The annual meeting provides you, as a member,… Continue reading.
Remember to bring your postcards to the annual meeting as your official registration! Boone REMC By The Numbers
W. DANIEL LAWSONDistrict 1 | RESIDENCE Washington Township Danny Lawson is a self-employed farmer residing in Washington Township. Lawson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture and animal science from Purdue University. He has been on the Boone REMC board of directors since 1994. Lawson is a member of the Breeders and Feeders Association… Continue reading.
There is a lot of great advice on how to be more energy efficient — using ENERGY STAR®-rated devices, for example. But then there’s the not so great advice: the misinformation, mistakes, and myths that could lead you astray in your efforts to save on your electric bill. But fear not! Here are a few… Continue reading.
Rock Steady Boxing is a program close to Witham Wellness Coordinator Trina Rose’s heart, mostly because she witnesses results. The program was developed in 2006 by former Marion County Prosecutor Scott C. Newman who is living with Parkinson’s disease. Rock Steady Boxing and its affiliates now have boxing programs around the world for people with… Continue reading.
The Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding Center recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and with it comes the revitalization of a program near to Boone REMC’s heart. In February, the facility will reintroduce Heroes on Board, which partners with the Vet Center of Indianapolis to offer equine-assisted activities and therapies to veterans with physical and/or emotional challenges…. Continue reading.
A Boone County youth’s life of service is being recognized by Indiana Electric Cooperatives. Whitestown resident, Aubrey Griffin, an eighth grader at Our Lady of Grace in Noblesville and the daughter of Brian and Lisa Griffin, is a busy girl, especially when it comes to helping others. Griffin’s favorite pasttime is helping young ballerinas at… Continue reading.
Jim Love flies drones all over Boone REMC’s territory and beyond. The robotic manager and herbicide specialist helps farmers troubleshoot issues they are having with crops. Drones allow him to see what a man-made problem is vs. what is a Mother Nature problem. His drones do yield counts and collect data points. “Drones allow us… Continue reading.
Taylor Moss is about as down to earth as a kid can get with her unassuming nature and easy smile. But what lies beneath is rare. Not only does the sophomore at Lebanon High School speak four different languages – Russian, Spanish, French and English – but she also has some eclectic hobbies. She is… Continue reading.