Supporting the community

Posted on Sep 07 2021 in LaGrange County REMC
Taylor and Anders
LaGrange County REMC Energy Advisor Jake Taylor reviews the trophy lamp project submitted by 4-H member Thomas Anders. Anders received a champion designation for his project.

LaGrange County REMC traditionally volunteers to help judge local 4-H Electric projects at the LaGrange County Fair. Jake Taylor, our energy advisor, along with representatives from Noble REMC also judged electric projects at the Noble County Fair and the Dekalb County Fair. 

Judging was a little different this year as 4-H members were able to pick their level based on their own experience and expertise with the projects.

LaGrange County REMC is committed to the community and the success of its youth!

LaGrange County winners were:

Division 2 — Shake Light

Champion — Carver Stump

Division 3 — Trouble Light/Extension Cord

Champion — Aaron Lanesmith

Reserve — Gavin Rainsberger

Division 4 — Lamp

Champion — Thomas Anders

Blue ribbon — Charlie Beard

Blue ribbon — Dakota Feller

Red ribbon — Ryan Hartman

Division 5 — 3-way switch

Blue ribbon — Remington Elliot 

Be on the lookout

As we’ve done for many years, the REMC will offset the cost of 4-H enrollment in 2022 for members of the cooperative. Members can request a $15 bill credit voucher from the Purdue Extension office when they sign their children up to participate.

Look for more information in upcoming issues of Indiana Connection and on our website at