The Latest News from Boone REMC

Stay up to date with the latest news, events, and energy-saving tips from Boone REMC.

Three directors to be elected at annual meeting

Each spring, Boone REMC holds an annual meeting to keep our members informed about their cooperative. The event includes a business meeting, during…Read More

Making Cents of Electricity Demand

Proper planning can help reduce energy costs now, and in the future   Nothing feels more welcome on a hot July afternoon than the air conditio…Read More

Reach Out and Read receives Operation Round Up Grant

Operation Round Up has awarded a $4,125 grant to Witham Health System’s Reach Out and Read program. The grant will be used in conjunction with mo…Read More

Local students named as Youth Tour recipients

  Aiden Oberweiser, Anna Jones, and Fletcher Birnbaum will receive a trip to Washington D.C. from Boone REMC entering their senior year of hi…Read More

March Indiana Connection Articles

Learn about our long-time IT Director. Check out what it takes to make 700 doughnuts for the annual meeting The Big 4 Trail runs right though Boone…Read More

Lineman to serve in Guatemala electrification project

Boone REMC lineworker, Michael Bowman will join a crew of 13 other Indiana electric cooperative lineworkers traveling to Guatemala in late March a…Read More

2019 Annual Meeting: Join us for a family-friendly event!

Save the date for your 2019 Annual Meeting! Our theme is “Bright Legacy- Bright Future!”  • Saturday, March 2 • Lebanon High Schoo…Read More

2019 Commercial & Industrial Rebates

The POWER MOVES C&I rebate program helps make upgrades, renovations, and new construction projects at your business more affordable by offering…Read More

Beware of utility scams

Scams have been plaguing utility consumers across North America for several years. Here are some tips on how to protect yourself: • Do not assume…Read More

Two local middle schoolers win Youth Power and Hope Awards

Two young Boone REMC members were recently recognized for their community service efforts. Sixth grader Sarah Kouns and eighth grader Adeline Myers…Read More
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