Annual meeting goes virtual
The Annual Meeting and Picnic is our favorite event of the year, but the safety of Noble REMC’s members, employees and board comes first. That’s why we’ve made the tough decision to transition our Annual Meeting to an online format this year amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading.
Your board of directors candidates
William Knox serves as director for District 4 and is treasurer of Noble REMC’s Board. He also serves on the Indiana Electric Cooperatives Board of Directors and is certified as a Credentialed Cooperative Director through the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). He is the facilities director at East Noble School Corporation. Continue reading.
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Working from home
I’m writing this article in hopes it will find you all well.
We have been living under the threat of a virus that spreads rapidly, and as a result, most of us have been ordered to stay home. This gives me the opportunity to discuss a few small home projects you can complete with minimal expense and a need to stay busy. Continue reading.
Help is only a phone call away
Electric cooperatives like Noble REMC have helped their members during times of crisis for nearly a century. We’ve supported members during floods, storms, recessions, and now, pandemics. Nothing has changed. We’re still here, and we’re not going anywhere. COVID-19 has put a lot of our members in uncharted territory. We understand that the circumstances surrounding… Continue reading.
Stay comfy this summer and save!
The summer sun quickly drives up outdoor temperatures. Rather than perpetually running your air conditioner, some strategic planning can save you energy, leading to lower electric use. Steps you can take to reduce your energy costs are to: Open the windows on cool summer evenings and nights. A cool breeze in the evening and overnight… Continue reading.
Three’s Company: a record year for EnviroWatts
What do a recycling program, rain garden and composting site all have in common? They’ll soon help the local environment, with a little help from Noble REMC’s members. DeKalb County Central United Schools, the Town of Churubusco and Oak Farm Montessori School were recent recipients of EnviroWatts funding to assist with their eco-friendly projects. Each… Continue reading.