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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>

MLEC Announces Board Candidates

(August 2, 2016) — Incumbent Andy Porch of Waverly and John C. Tidwell of New Johnsonville have met the required qualifications to run for the Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative Board of Directors. Voting will take place in October for a date to be published later, and the successful candidate will serve a four-year term.

FCA Lower for August

August 15, 2016)  —  The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Fuel Cost Adjustment will be a little lower for electric users in August. Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative residential members using 1200 kilowatt-hours will pay nineteen cents less than they did for the same amount energy in July. A complete rate schedule is available in our rates section.

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Lending a Helping Hand

(July 7, 2016)  —  Eight Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative linemen are answering a call for assistance from our neighboring Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation after overnight storms created several, widespread outages. MLEC linemen on their way to help are Aaron Hinson and Greg Hudgins from Hickman County, Barry Wilson from Houston County, Randal Anderson and Neal Buck from Humphreys County, Chris Carroll and Shane Lowery from Lewis County, and Matt Lineberry from Perry County.

FCA Up in July

(June 30, 2016)  —  For the second month in a row, the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Fuel Cost Adjustment will increase. Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative residential members using 1200 kilowatt-hours will be paying $4.64 more in July than they did in June. A complete rate schedule is available in our rates section.

What’s a homeowner to do?

Local Teens Tour DC with MLEC

WYT 2016 Kelley Scholarship

Hope Kelley, a senior from Lewis County High School, was awarded a $3000 scholarship in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, June 14, from the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association.

Why planned outages?

MLEC has a planned outage set for June 26. A member inquired about some details giving us a great opportunity to share information with everyone on planned outages and why they can be beneficial to not only MLEC but also its members.

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