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This month, I want to share with you an excerpt from the History Channel about the history of Thanksgiving, as found on the website http://history.com/topics/thanksgiving/history-of-thanksgiving.
The Cooperative’s Nominating Committee met at the Mena office Monday, Sept. 19, to name candidates for the District No. 3 director position.
Notice is hereby given members of Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative, Incorporated that, in accordance with the provisions of the bylaws of the Cooperative, patronage capital for the year 2022 has been credited to the capital account of each member.
The retirement of capital credits is the tangible demonstration of your ownership in Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative (RMEC). As a member-owned cooperative, RMEC operates as a not-for-profit utility. This is accomplished through the retirement of capital credits.
October is National Co-op Month, and Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative is joining cooperatives across the U.S. to celebrate. Co-ops come in all shapes and sizes, but they each have a common goal: to provide goods or services for the members of the co-op.
In today’s world, most of us don’t leave the front door unlocked. We protect our homes, loved ones and valuables from intruders with locks, alarms and other security measures. Cybersecurity is no different. It’s the practice of protecting other valuables, such as your identify, banking and health records and other sensitive information, from digital attacks and theft.
Summary of the bylaws of Rich Mountain Electric Cooperative, Inc. pertaining to membership, annual meetings, board representation, nominations and election procedures for electing directors, Copies of the cooperative’s bylaws available at the cooperative’s headquarters in Mena, Arkansas.
September is National Preparedness Month - According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), National Preparedness Month is a yearly observance “to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time.”