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Gods Food Pantry Challenge
SKRECC raised more than $5,000 for God's Food Pantry, which through the
Challenge, garnered more than $24,000 and 2,500 food items to help Pulaski
County families through the holiday season.
South Kentucky RECC, in observance of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month,
recently had a pink-out day at its offices in Pulaski, McCreary,
Clinton, Wayne, and Russell counties in an effort to help increase awareness of
the disease and the importance of getting regular check-ups.
Approval for new Somerset Headquarter Facility
South Kentucky RECC is seeking approval from the Kentucky Public Service
Commission (PSC) to purchase the former Sumerset Houseboats facility and
construct a new office headquarters.
RECC Celebrates Member Appreciation Day
October is recognized nationally as National Cooperative Month. South Kentucky
Rural Electric Cooperative is proud to be a part of the celebration of
cooperatives. We have been honored for more than 75 years to serve the 66,000
member-owners that receive electricity from South Kentucky RECC.
An independent research company will begin conducting member surveys starting
this month. Your opinion matters to us, so you may be called to participate in
a quick telephone survey.
Warning Members Against Scam
South Kentucky RECC is warning its members to beware of people that pose as
Co-op employees, particularly by telephone.
EPA Regulations to
Raise Electric Prices and May Limit Power Availability
South Kentucky RECC wants its members to be aware of the impact of the proposed
new rules from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that will result in
members paying more for electricity. This is why South Kentucky RECC is urging
members to contact the
EPA with their comments or allow the co-op to plead on their behalf for
reasonableness in their decision.
South Kentucky RECC is providing a new payment option for its members. Prepay
is a pay-as-you-go option that helps members avoid paying deposits, late fees,
and/or reconnect fees. Its an option that gives members control regarding
when and how often they pay for electricity.
Nearly 10,000 people attended the 76th Annual Membership Meeting of South
Kentucky RECC held on June 5 at the co-op farm in Pulaski County. There were
about 2,436 members registered.
|"South Kentucky Rural
Electric Cooperative Corporation was formed for people, not profit. Its'
mission is to reliably provide electricity and related services to its members
at a competitive price, and to improve the quality of life in their
Approved by unanimous vote of the Board of Directors, October 3,
|"South Kentucky Rural
Electric Cooperative Corporations goal is to become a cornerstone of ALL our
communities; to be recognized as an industry leader in service,
professionalism, and competitiveness; and to be the energy provider of choice
within our service boundaries."
Unanimously adopted by the Board of Directors on March 13, 2003
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