'Cents' and sensibility
How far can a few dollars go to help the environment? An investment of $5 a month allows you to purchase electricity from renewable energy sources and enhance the local landscape, all by simply signing up for Noble REMC’s EnviroWatts program.
And those dollars’ impact will soon be seen locally, as two worthwhile projects from parks in our community received funding to improve their accessibility and recreation for area residents.
Lighting the Way: Brad likes banter and the blues
Growing up on a farm, Brad Wentworth knows the power of electric co-ops. He’s heard the stories of Noble REMC’s history in providing power to rural areas, and now has played a hand in it himself. Wentworth has worked at Noble REMC for the past 24 years, currently as our field technician.
When he speaks, it’s with a reverence to the co-op, and usually a smirk on his face and a one-liner at the ready.
Let’s learn more about Wentworth:
Get ready to cast your vote!
The record number of ballots returned over the past two years with mail-in voting has shown us that members, like you, prefer this option for the Noble REMC board of directors’ election. So, the week of the Member Appreciation Event on May 23, we will once again mail election ballots to your home, with a return date two weeks later.
Noble REMC’s Annual Meeting will then be held virtually on Facebook Live at 5 p.m. on June 14, just as we have the past two years. This is where we will broadcast the state of the cooperative, as well as announce the winners of the board of directors’ election. The video will stay on our Facebook page for viewing at a later time if you aren’t able to see it while it’s live.