I’ve had people ask me time and time again, “Why does an electric cooperative have youth programs?” My answer is, “It’s our next generation!” Our mini members have the opportunity to engage with their hometown electric cooperative beginning at a young age. Many of our young members do not take part in our youth programs… Continue reading.
SATURDAY, APRIL 13 | HENRYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, HENRYVILLE MEETING HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
We are excited to welcome Ben Field as our new system engineer.
CAMP KILOWATT JUNE 5–8 Go to clarkremc.coop/camp to apply. Deadline is March 1. INDIANA YOUTH TOUR TO WASHINGTON, D.C. JUNE 16–23 Go to clarkremc.coop/youth-tour to apply. Deadline is March 1. CLARK COUNTY REMC SCHOLARSHIPS Visit clarkremc.coop/scholarships to download an application. Deadline is March 1. COOPERATIVE CALENDAR OF STUDENT ART Visit indianaconnection.org/for-youth/art-contest for details. Deadline is… Continue reading.
Concern for Community is one of the Seven Cooperative Principles, and what better way to commit to the community than by engaging youth in conversations about leadership, community involvement, and meaningful connections? The Carroll White REMC Junior Board of Directors gives area students a unique opportunity to participate in the governance process. Aletheia (Tia) Peter,… Continue reading.
Carroll White REMC is starting the process of changing out our electric meters beginning Feb. 5. Advanced Meter Services will be performing the meter changeouts. This process will begin in the southern part of the system and be an ongoing process for the entire system through 2025. Some meters on the Carroll White REMC system… Continue reading.
Carroll White REMC and IEC board member Gary Gerlach was honored by close friend and IEC Board President Steve McMichael with the first ever IEC Distinguished Director Service Award. McMichael said that Gerlach exemplifies the 3E’s (Engaged, Equipped, and Educated) as well as the Seven Cooperative Principles.
Bartholomew County REMC is offering two programs this summer aimed at helping young people build valuable skills while having fun. Indiana Youth Tour This week-long trip to Washington, D.C., is perfect for current high school juniors who are interested in learning about the cooperative business model. Students will have the opportunity to interact with elected… Continue reading.