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November 2019 Clarke REC Headlines

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IN THIS ISSUE: 

Miller, White Earn Board Certification
Congratulations to Clarke Electric Cooperative Board Members Cody Miller and Ed White, who have earned their Credentialed Cooperative Director (CCD) certification from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). 

Gannon Family Raises Therapy Dogs
Whether they're big, small, cuddly, slobbery or work-driven, dogs can be wonderful companions. It's no surprise then that training and using dogs for therapy purposes has grown in popularity. For Tish and Nick Gannon, the connection was made 15 years ago when their nephew's disability sparked their interest in training one of their horses for therapuetic riding. 

Community Invested: Show You Care with RECare
As a cooperative, Clarke Electric takes pride in being able to help our neighbors in need, and we encourage others to do the same. One easy way to make a difference is through the Clarke Electric RECare program. 

Why Do We Advertise? 
We are often asked why we run radio ads, spend resources on mailing out a member newsletter each month or run TV ads. Communication is essential in any industry or business, and it's especially important for Clarke Electric to communicate often with our consumer-members who own the co-op. In fact, the core principles of our cooperative business model include concern for community and keeping our members informed and educated. 

Leased Light Program Offers Security, Peace of Mind
With the onset of shorter daylight hours, you might want to consider leasing a light from Clarke Electric so when you come home and it is dark outside, you won't have to worry about how to get to the door. 

Safety Driven: Harvest Time Safety
If your equipment makes contact with an energized or downed power line, contact us immediately by phone and remain inside the vehicle until the power line is de-energized. In case of smoke or fire, exit the cab by making a solid jump out of the cab, without touching it at the same time, and hop away to safety. 

 

 

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