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Valley REC helps sponsor Holiday Lights Contest

Do you have a prize-winning display this year?

Announcing Healthy Savings Medicare Assistant

Co-op wins second place for Halloween float

Photos by Doug W. Roles and Danielle R. Estep. Click photos for larger versions.

Valley Rural Electric Cooperative won second place for its float in the Huntingdon Halloween Parade held Oct. 21, 2013 and sponsored by Huntingdon Regional Fire and Rescue. Co-op employees and their families populated the procession down Washington Street. Valley donated its prize winnings back to Huntingdon Regional Fire and Rescue.

Valley’s website is a winner!

Valley REC received the “Best Website” award at the PREA Communications Workshop held October 2-3 at the Nittany Lion Inn in State College. Judges commented that the co-op website is “eye-catching and easy to navigate.” Congratulations go to John Bookwalter, Jr. for his work in updating the website using Touchstone Energy’s “Co-op Web Builder” content management system.

Recruiting businesses for discount card program

Valley Rural Electric Cooperative is recruiting local businesses to enroll in the Co-op Connections® Program. Along with other Touchstone Energy® cooperatives across the nation, Valley REC developed this discount card program to deliver more value to cooperative members and promote participating businesses. The program is available free-of-charge to both members and businesses.

Payments no longer accepted at Huntingdon district office starting June 3

As of Monday, June 3, payments will no longer be accepted at the Huntingdon district office. In addition, there will not be a night deposit box available at that office. However, members can still apply for service at that location.

NRECA and NREA offer mini-grant program for rural teachers

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), in cooperation with the National Rural Education Association (NREA), is offering a mini-grant program for rural teachers. The program is sponsored and funded by NRECA. Every year ten grants of $500 each are offered for student-based projects dealing with the science of energy or electricity. This year’s grants must be expended during the 2013-2014 school year.

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