A message regarding COVID-19
These are unprecedented times and LaGrange County REMC is taking unprecedented steps to make sure we’re here for you. We’re focused on powering your world – however that may look. Our team is proud to power our community when it matters most. We’re here for you. Continue to a short video.
Second to none
Where were you in 1973?
Many of you may not have been born yet. Only nine current co-op employees were at that time.
But that’s the year a 23-year-old Terry Helmer walked down the street from the downtown Kroger to see if LaGrange County REMC was hiring.
He started the next Monday. Continue reading.
Doing things a little differently
The annual meeting is on a new date in 2020 to help accommodate our members with busy weekends in the summer. This year, the LaGrange County REMC Annual Meeting will take place on Friday, June 12, from 4:30-7 p.m. While it’s on a new date, you can expect the same great fun with a free… Continue reading.
LaGrange County REMC is led by you. If you want to be in the room where decisions regarding the future of the cooperative 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 seven individuals who represent their… Continue reading.
Ask the energy advisor
I love the imagination of a child.
Recently I listened to a conversation between two kids about the noises they heard in their home and the applied logic they used to deduce the residence of a ghost. Once I stopped laughing and could focus on their stories, I began to piece together, in my mind, the mechanics of their homes and what was taking place.
My very own ghost hunt. Continue reading.
Rounding up, giving back
With New Year’s resolutions going strong – or taking a backseat for a little while (no judgment!) – one thing our members can rely on is the fact that their contributions to Operation Round Up are continuing to benefit their community. The most recent distribution of Operation Round Up funds are being put to use… Continue reading.
Monitor your burn this spring
LaGrange County 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… 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.