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2021 Annual Meeting

Watch the 2021 annual meeting which was held Saturday, October the 2nd.      

Annual Meeting of Members to be held on Oct. 2

Your 2021 Annual Meeting of Members is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 2, beginning at 10:00 am. Registration will begin at 8:30 am. This will be a business meeting only. Each membership who registers will get a $20 bill credit and the first 250 registrations will receive a $25 gift card.

C & E Committee meets to verify MCEC board candidates

On Monday evening, August 16, the C & E Committee met to verify board candidates and check signed petitions. C & E Committee certification of petitions 2 year term candidates Richard Neff Petition 2 Year Term George Obernagel Petition 2 Year Term Jeff Hoffmann Petition 2 Year Term C & E Committee certification of petitions […]

MCEC buys livestock out at the fair

  Lydia Henerfauth stopped by the cooperative to drop off the rabbits we purchased from her at the 4H auction. Thank you, Lydia, for stopping by and best of luck with the upcoming school year!

After-hours outage reporting announcement

Dear Members, We wanted to share with you the reason you may not be able to get through to our after-hours call answering and dispatching partner.  We partnered with the Cooperative Response Center (CRC), a service cooperative that shares the same seven cooperative principles we operate under, 15 years ago.  They have had very good […]

5 – fair booth winners announced!

Michelle Dinovi – $75 Annbriar Dennis Allscheid – $50 Tequila’s Ron Waddy – $50 Route 3 Dennis Biffar – $25 Schneider’s Christy Muertz – $25 JV’s

Front lobby to open August 2nd!

Upon entering the front lobby, we ask members to please wear a mask if they have not been vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus.

Visit our booth at the Monroe County Fair!

This year’s Monroe County Fair is July 18th – July 25th  We will again have a booth out at the fair. Make sure you stop by and say “Hello”.

Keep energy affordable and reliable – Take action here.

Early closure of Prairie State Energy Campus could result in 20-25% higher rural utility bills. Don’t let environmental policy get ahead of technology. Tell Governor Pritzker and our State Legislators that we must keep energy affordable and reliable. Visit https://voicesforcooperativepower.com/take…/alertid/1556/ to take action.