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2019's National Co-op Month is here!

October is co-op month. Live cooperatively. October is National Co-op Month. This event recognizes the advantages of membership in a cooperative and the benefits cooperatives supply to their members and to their communities.

What does it mean to be a member of a cooperative?

It's a matter of principles, seven to be exact.

Visit our booth at these 2019 local fairs

Stay safe from the threat of lightning

Lightning strikes the U.S. millions of times each year, and every strike is a potential killer. To keep your family safe, it is important to know what actions to take during a thunderstorm.

Valley REC awards 15 $1,000 scholarships to local students for 2019

Valley Rural Electric Cooperative recently awarded 15 $1,000 scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year to high school seniors as well as students already enrolled in post-secondary institutions.

Outage notifications available in SmartHub

Would you like to know when the power is out at your home when you are away? Would you like to be notified when power has been restored to your account?

Valley REC members elect three directors during 2019 annual meeting

HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Valley Rural Electric Cooperative members re-elected three incumbent directors to the co-op board during the April 5 annual meeting, held at Huntingdon Area High School. Co-op leaders also informed members about the importance of nuclear power in Pennsylvania and explained a number of co-op programs and services.

April is Safe Digging Month

April showers bring May flowers, but digging on your own this spring could spell big trouble. Even if you think you could get lucky or that digging one small hole (or two) won't matter, don't take for granted what lines might lurk beneath the soil in your yard or easement.

2019 annual meeting scheduled

7 p.m. Friday, April 5
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 5, 2019, 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 eighth annual golf tournament June 27

Golf clubs in a golf bag on a golf courseValley Rural Electric Cooperative will host its eighth annual benefit golf tournament Thursday, June 27 at the Huntingdon Country Club, 10305 Raystown Road, Huntingdon. Organized by Valley REC's Health and Wellness Committee, which has raised more than $150,000 for charities since 2010, the outing will benefit two area residents, Sawyer Werner and Heather Irvin.

Scholarship applications now available for 2019


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