Critical connections behind the power
It takes a village.
While you’ve probably seen our lineworkers out on a job site or spoken to our energy advisor during an audit, there are many behind the scenes at LaGrange County REMC who also labor tirelessly to help keep the lights on. However, they do so with little or no public recognition or acknowledgement. While some employees can do their job out in the open, there is also a lot taking place in our office. Continue reading.
2019 Annual Report
This year has brought unprecedented challenges for our communities, as schools, businesses and workplaces closed due to COVID-19.
With safety as our first priority, LaGrange County REMC also made the tough decision to cancel our in-person Annual Meeting and transition the business meeting online.
Members can watch the meeting live on Facebook at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 12. Continue reading.
It’s the Power Moves program’s 10th anniversary
Does it seem odd that a company would encourage people to use less of what it sells? Probably. But then, Wabash Valley Power has always been a different kind of electric company. If you’re not familiar with Wabash Valley Power, we are the wholesale electricity supplier for 23 local electric cooperatives in Indiana, Illinois, and… Continue reading.
Perching on a pole
Members on Royer Lake celebrated Earth Day early and in a special way this year.
LaGrange County REMC linemen spent their morning April 21 installing three poles around the lake to serve as perches for ospreys to eventually build their nests.
For those who have never seen an osprey, they are a large raptor (hawk), known for their unique ability to dive into water to catch their diet of live fish. Continue reading.
REMC gives back to look forward
While some of our youth programs were canceled this year due to COVID-19, LaGrange County REMC is proud to announce the recipients of our 2020 scholarships. We awarded three $1,000 scholarships to help students in our community further their education. To be eligible, the recipients’ parents or guardians must be members of LaGrange County REMC…. Continue reading.
ORU funding benefits youth programs
While the world may have stopped for a while, LaGrange County REMC’s Operation Round Up continued to give back to make sure our community’s youth remain successful. We’re grateful for the nearly 75% of LaGrange County REMC members who participate in the program, allowing their electric bills to be rounded up to the nearest dollar… Continue reading.