Noble REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Albion, Indiana. As a cooperative, Noble 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.
If you want to be in the room where decisions regarding the future of Noble REMC are made, now is the time to pick up and complete a petition for a seat on our board of directors. The board is made up of nine individuals who represent their fellow members in his or her respective… Continue reading.
Spring is just around the corner. It has been a wet, gray winter, and I’m sure a lot of projects were already put on hold from the amount of rain we had in the fall. So, let’s talk remodeling. Electric co-ops are known to put a lot of effort into helping members build new homes… Continue reading.
Each year, Noble REMC awards three $1,000 scholarships to help area students further their education at an accredited college or trade school of their choice. The deadline to apply is only a few weeks away, so don’t miss your opportunity! Applicants must be an actively enrolled senior. Their parents’ or legal guardians’ primary residence must… Continue reading.
You did it! You, as a Noble REMC member, reached a milestone in your donation back to the community. Our Operation Round Up program recently marked more than $800,000 in giving to Noble, DeKalb and the surrounding counties since its inception in 2002. That wouldn’t be possible without you. The program relies on the participation… Continue reading.
Noble REMC wants to make sure those who are supposed to receive the money we return back to our current and former members every year, do so. That’s why we have posted a list of names to our website for members, or former members, to view and check that they’ve received all that is due… Continue reading.
Noble REMC is asking local residents to say something if they see something. With warming temperatures approaching, residents will be spending more time outside, with a number working on their landscaping. For some in the more rural areas, this includes burning ditches to get rid of weed and brush. Unfortunately, if the fire isn’t monitored… Continue reading.
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.
You’ve probably become accustomed to reading the same headline every year: “Run for your board of directors.” But do you know why promoting this message is so important to us? People see my title of CEO and assume I have sole discretion over the leadership of Noble REMC. While I lead the day-to-day operations and… Continue reading.
Serving a rural area means serving more than just its people. Noble REMC aims to serve and protect the land, which supports us all. One way we do this is through our EnviroWatts grant program, which benefits nonprofit service organizations working to improve the environment locally. Is your organization cleaning up a local river or… Continue reading.
By Kelly Lynch We all have a history. But what makes life interesting are the ways that our histories intersect. Noble REMC found this recently when we received a seemingly random request from Hudson resident Janis Penick. She was finishing her late father’s written history, and he had mentioned taking “wiring classes” at the local… Continue reading.
Community means everything to Noble REMC employees, especially since we live and work here side-by-side with you. And a better representation couldn’t be made than our recent recognition from our national organization, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). Cooperatives from across the country were challenged to participate in at least five hours of community service… Continue reading.
Touchstone Energy Camp (June 3-6, 2020) A fun, powerful and unique camp experience designed for students entering seventh grade in 2020. Horseback riding, canoeing, zip lining, archery, swimming, learning about electrical safety and bucket truck rides. Apply at TouchstoneEnergyCamp.org. Indiana Youth Tour (June 18-25, 2020) Noble REMC wants to send you on a weeklong, all-inclusive… Continue reading.