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At 80 years, Corn Belt Energy celebrates the past and looks to the future

Corn Belt Energy Corporation celebrated its 80th anniversary at its Annual Meeting on June 22 at Central Catholic High School with over 1,500 people in attendance. Attendees enjoyed a special presentation by local historian, Don Meyer, about the history of rural electrification and the progression from 80 years ago to present day. Other activities available… Continue Reading At 80 years, ...Read More

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Members of Menard Electric Cooperative Attend 81st Annual Meeting

A Flag Day salute greeted members on their way to Menard Electric’s annual meeting June 14th.   More than 370 registered members and their families, numbering nearly 750 in total, attended Menard Electric Cooperative’s 81st Annual Meeting on June 14th at PORTA High School in Petersburg. Before the business meeting, attendees enjoyed a grilled pork… Continue Reading Members of Menard ...Read More

Shelby Electric Celebrates 80th Annual Meeting of Members

Members of all ages enjoyed themselves at Shelby Electric Cooperative’s 80th Annual Meeting held Friday, June 8 at the Shelby County 4-H Fairgrounds in Shelbyville. Balloon animals, face painting, bounce houses and more delighted youngsters. Others enjoyed the barbeque pork chop dinner, provided by the Pork Producers of Shelby County, while being entertained by The… Continue Reading Shelby Electric Celebrates ...Read More

81st Annual Meeting held by Rural Electric Convenience Cooperative

Members of Rural Electric Convenience Cooperative (RECC) were apprised of the organization’s financial condition and billing changes, power supply, advances in technology and community commitment during its 81st annual meeting held Thursday, June 7, 2018 at Glenwood High School. Treasurer John Beatty provided the financial report. He said that of the $14,984,565 of total revenue… Continue Reading 81st Annual Meeting ...Read More

80th Annual Meeting draws big crowd

All who attended to celebrate our 80th Annual Meeting of Members enjoyed a pancake, egg and sausage breakfast provided by Chris Cakes of O’Fallon, Mo. Members also had the opportunity to watch a Live Line Demonstration and attend the business meeting. Premeeting activities for the children included a petting zoo, bounce houses, balloon artists and… Continue Reading 80th Annual Meeting ...Read More

Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange presents check to AIEC

During the May 17 AIEC board meeting, Phil Irwin (l), President/CEO of Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange, presented a loss control contribution check in the amount of $160,442 to AIEC Board President Dennis Fredrickson. The funds are used to help offset safety department expenses.

Youth Day at the Capital

More than 210 students from across Illinois visited the Illinois State Capitol on Wednesday, April 18, for the annual Illinois Electric and Telephone Cooperatives Youth Day. The students and chaperones had an opportunity to see state government in action, visit with their legislators and question them on key issues. They were also invited into the… Continue Reading Youth Day at ...Read More

CoBank presents check to AIEC

On behalf of CoBank, Aaron Johnson, CoBank Senior Relationship Manager presented a $15,000 check to Duane Noland, AIEC President/CEO and Mike Smith, Vice President, IEC Managers’ Association to support programming and services provided to the electric cooperatives in Illinois.

Southern Illinois Power Cooperative holds annual meeting.

During the Southern Illinois Power Cooperative (SIPC) annual meeting, held March 30 at its headquarters office at Lake of Egypt near Marion, President/CEO Don Gulley told members the cooperative is rising to the challenge. Gulley explained that “these moments of truth are what help define who we are. For SIPC, we were facing our moment… Continue Reading Southern Illinois Power ...Read More

Brammer Awarded Supervisory Certificate

Lisa Brammer, Legal and Government Relations Coordinator, is awarded recognition from AIEC President/CEO Duane Noland, for completing the NRECA Supervisory Certificate Program. This program delivers instruction on core competencies in the areas of leadership, communication and basic administrative skills. To obtain the certificate, Brammer completed nine courses.