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Halloween Safety

 

(October 6, 2016)  — This Halloween, Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative shares the following safety tips for trick-or-treaters and parents:

MLEC Member Nights - Coming Soon

(October 1, 2016)  - Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative’s annual membership meetings are a night to celebrate our members. They are set at local high schools in October:

District III – Perry County – Tuesday, October 11 at Perry County High School, Linden

Potential Scam Involving Bucket Truck

Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative has received a report of a possible scam in Lewis County involving a white, unmarked bucket truck. The people involved in the potential scam made notice of interference on the electric line and asked to enter the home.

Meter Inspections for Perry County

In ongoing efforts to improve service reliability, Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative is conducting meter inspections in Perry County. The task will take several months.

FCA Small Drop for September

August 31, 2016)  —  The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Fuel Cost Adjustment will decrease ever so slightly for electric users in September. Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative residential members using 1200 kilowatt-hours will pay about two cents less than they did for the same amount energy in August. A complete rate schedule is available in our rates section.

Looking for ways to save in these hot temperatures?

Humphreys County Teacher of the Year

(August 15, 2016) – Lakeview School kindergarten teacher Lori Foster, right, has been named the 2015-2016 Humphreys County Teacher of the Year. In recognition of this honor, Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative recognized her with a $200 award. She is pictured with MLEC District Manager Carl Brazzle, who made the presentation August 1. ###(August 15, 2016) – Lakeview School kindergarten teacher Lori Foster, right, has been named the 2015-2016 Humphreys County Teacher of the Year.</body></html>

Perry County Teacher Honored

(August 15, 2016) – Lobelville Elementary’s Nanette Arnold, right, has been named the 2015-2016 Perry County Teacher of the Year. In recognition of this honor, Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative recognized her with a $200 award. She is pictured with MLEC District Manager Derle Hill, who made the presentation August 1.  # # #(August 15, 2016) – Lobelville Elementary’s Nanette Arnold, right, has been named the 2015-2016 Perry County Teacher of the Year.</body></html>

Lewis County Teacher of the Year

(August 2, 2016) – Second grade teacher Rhonda Haygood, right, has been named the 2015-2016 Lewis County Teacher of the Year. In recognition of this honor, Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative recognized her with a $200 award. She is pictured with MLEC Manager of Member Services Vanessa Clayborn, who made the presentation July 27.(August 2, 2016) – Second grade teacher Rhonda Haygood, right, has been named the 2015-2016 Lewis County Teacher of the Year. In recognition of this honor, Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative recognized her with a $200 award.</body></html>

Houston County Teachers of the Year

(August 2, 2016) – Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative helps honor the educators named as 2016 Houston County Teachers of the Year. Pictured from left: Christa Davidson, Houston County High; Teri Mitchum, Erin Elementary; Chelsea Clack, Houston County Middle; Jamie Scism, Tennessee Ridge Elementary, and MLEC District Manager Jeff Rye.

Commitment to Community

(August 2, 2016) – As part of its commitment to community, Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative appreciates the opportunity to support local service organizations. Recently, MLEC Lewis County Directors Dr. Jeff Peery (left) and Bill Webb presented a total of $5000 to Lewis County groups. Recipients were the Hohenwald/Lewis County Economic and Community Development Council ($3000), and Lewis County Schools, Fraternal Order of Police, Senior Citizens Center, and Lewis County Cancer Victims Fund ($250 each).</body></html>

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