Due to the cancelation of the Youth Leadership Congress due to the Covid-19 pandemic, WECA is offering a unique scholarship opportunity. The scholarship that is generally exclusive to those that attend YLC is being extended to any high school or college freshman students whose primary residence is located in Wisconsin that receives electric service from an electric cooperative. I have attached the essay documentation requirements. If you have any questions please let me know.
In light of Governor Evers declaring a Health Emergency in response to COVID-19, and OEC’s concern for our membership and employees wellbeing, we will be postponing the Annual Meeting of Members that was scheduled for Saturday, March 28, 2020.
The meeting will now take place on Saturday, May 16, 2020.
Inside this month you will find the 2019 Annual Meeting Minutes, 2019 Financial Reports, Karen Friedman – CFO Retires after 36 years, P&P Wildlife Art Studio and Galleries and more.
Inside you will find stories on: MainStreet Messenger Program Celebrates 20 Years, District Meeting Time, Trip of a Lifetime for Sophomore & Juniors, Business Showcase and more
The following members or former members of Oconto Electric Cooperative, 7479 REA Road, Oconto Falls, WI 54154, have unclaimed capital credit money at the cooperative. If this money is not claimed by January 30, 2020, the money shall be forfeited to the Oconto Electric Education Fund and will be used for scholarships or other charitable purposes as designated be the cooperative board of directors. The listing of names with last known addresses can be found by clicking here.
To claim this money, call Oconto Electric Cooperative at 800-472-8410 during regular business hours. The co-op will require some form of identity verification.