Marshall County REMC participated in Indiana’s Electric Cooperatives’ Annual Community Day. Working side-by-side, Indiana’s electric cooperatives demonstrated one of the core cooperative principles: concern for community. Nearly 40 unique service projects were completed throughout the state of Indiana. This initiative provides electric cooperatives the opportunity to use their time, skills and expertise to make a positive impact throughout the state of Indiana.
On Oct. 14, a group of Marshall County REMC employees teamed up with Servants at Work Inc. to build and install a ramp for a disabled Marshall County resident in need.
Servants at Work (SAWs) is a faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing freedom to people with permanent disabilities in low-income households through the construction of wheelchair ramps.
On Oct. 28, a group of Marshall County REMC employees teamed up with Operation: Quiet Comfort to help put together Christmas packages to be sent to the U.S. military men and women who are serving abroad.
Operation: Quiet Comfort provides physical and emotional support to America’s military men and women while they are serving in harm’s way. Operation: Quiet Comfort collects, packages and ships supplies to U.S. military men and women who are serving abroad.
A big thanks to the employees who participated in this year’s Community Day!