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Being prepared for disasters includes safety planning

September is National Preparedness Month

Each September, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) shares information on how to stay safe during National Preparedness Month. The first step in safety preparation is creating communication plans. Communication is vital to staying safe. Rather than prepare for every possible event, you can strengthen your communications so that you best react in a variety of emergencies.

Visit our booth at these 2018 local fairs

Visit our booth at these two county fairs: the Huntingdon County Fair and the Juniata County Fair. Check out what you can do to save on energy costs and improve energy efficiency. You can also obtain information about demand response and our new energy services program and on-staff electricians. Children can pick up a green, light-up rubber ball while supplies last.

Members receiving packages of free lightbulbs

Valley Rural Electric Cooperative members started receiving packages of lightbulbs this week in their mailboxes. Part of an energy efficiency initiative launched by the 14 electric cooperatives in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and Allegheny Electric Cooperative, the co-ops' wholesale electricity supplier, the free bulbs should save members about $5.50 a year per bulb* (when used three hours a day).

Valley REC awards 15 $1,000 scholarships to local students for 2018

Valley Rural Electric Cooperative recently awarded 15 $1,000 scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year to high school seniors as well as students already enrolled in post-secondary institutions.

Have a fun, safe summer!

Valley REC members elect three directors during annual meeting, learn about benefits of LED light bulbs

HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Valley Rural Electric Cooperative members re-elected three incumbent directors to the co-op board during the 2018 annual meeting, held April 6 at Huntingdon Area High School.

The business meeting drew a crowd of more than 800 members and guests. The 450 voting members in attendance cast ballots to fill three seats on the nine-person board of directors that represents the utility’s more than 23,000 consumers.

May Is National Electrical Safety Month

We use electricity every day. This invisible force has become so commonplace that it can be all too easy to overlook possible electrical hazards, even in the safety of our own homes. May is National Electrical Safety Month and a good time to put the most important safety tool you have—your brain—to work.

2018 annual meeting scheduled

7 p.m. Friday, April 6
Huntingdon Area High School
2400 Cassady Avenue
Huntingdon, PA

Valley Rural Electric Cooperative operates according to democratic principles. Unlike private power companies, cooperatives are owned by their consumers, who choose representatives to run their business.

On Friday, April 6, 2018, Valley REC members will have the opportunity to use their voices and vote when Valley Rural Electric holds its annual meeting. The event is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Huntingdon Area High School.

Valley REC to hold seventh annual golf tournament June 28

Golf clubs in a golf bag on a golf courseValley Rural Electric Cooperative will host its seventh annual benefit golf tournament Thursday, June 28 at the Huntingdon Country Club, 10305 Raystown Road, Huntingdon. Organized by Valley REC's Health and Wellness Committee, which has raised more than $115,000 for charities since 2010, the outing will benefit two area children, Lincoln Duvall and Owen Davison.


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