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Co-op offices reopened to the public

Corporate office on a summer morning

Effective June 1, all Valley REC offices have reopened to members and the public. If you are stopping by to make a payment or for other business, we ask that you observe social distancing and other CDC guidelines. Our regular business hours are Mondays through Thursdays, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Valley REC CEO delivers COVID-19 message

Valley Rural Electric Cooperative President & CEO Rich Bauer provided a video update to members about co-op operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Brighter Future Scholarship adjustments due to COVID-19

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the state-wide school closures, we have modified some of the procedures for our scholarship process for this year.

Planning a yard project? Don't just dig in!

April is National Safe Digging Month. It reminds us all that, as we begin beautifying our yards, we shouldn't just dig in. According to 811, the "Call Before You Dig" national hotline, an underground utility is damaged every nine minutes because someone didn't call before digging.

Scholarship submission deadline now April 22

Due to the statewide closing of schools for an indefinite period of time, the deadline for submission of Brighter Future Scholarship applications has been extended to April 22. All other aspects of the application process remain the same at this time.

Co-op offices closed to members and the public until further notice

Effective Monday, March 23 and until further notice, our offices are closed to members and the public. We will be staffing our offices and are available to take your phone calls, but entry into our lobby areas is now restricted.

Please note, we are not disconnecting service due to non-payment at this time.

And, we do not ask for credit card information over the phone. Should you receive a suspicious phone call demanding such payment information, hang up and call us at 800-432-0680.

Valley REC leaders cancel 2020 Annual Meeting

Valley Rural Electric leaders cancel 2020 Annual Meeting as precaution against coronavirus spread

HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Leaders of Valley Rural Electric Cooperative announced today the cancellation of the April 3 annual meeting of co-op members due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The move is a precaution against possible spread of the coronavirus during what would have been a three-hour event that brings about 900 attendees into close proximity.

Scholarship applications now available for 2020

New scholarship application deadline: April 22, 2020.

Due to the extension of the statewide closing of schools through at least April 6, the deadline for submission of Brighter Future Scholarship applications has been extended to April 22.

Tips for saving energy and money this winter

A snowy landscape with a country road passing by a red barn and a stand of evergreen treesThe winter solstice marks the start of winter, the shortest period of daylight, and the longest period of darkness. While the hours of nighttime and the need for lighting start decreasing, heating costs can start increasing as the coldest months arrive. Here are some tips to save energy and money during the winter season.


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