Inside you will find: Beautify Your Yard, Not Utility Equipment, 3rd Grade Safety Poster Contest, Community Change, Youth Leadership Congress goes Virtual and more.
Inside you will find Annual Meeting Candidate Information, Annual Meeting Financials, 5 Steps for Safe Digging, and a story about our linemen and their amazing families.
Inside you will find: OEC Joins Regional Electric Cooperatives to Create CHARGE EV, LLC, Respect the Orange Signs: Move Over and Slow Down in Work Zones, Four Electrifying Kitchen Appliances to Save Time and Energy, Business Showcase: The Cottages at Meadowlands, and more.
We do not have any openings at this time.
Oconto Electric Cooperative is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with Federal and State equal employment opportunity laws, qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other protected group status.
Inside you will find: “Change” Matter Grant Now Accepting Applications, 2021 Starts Off Charitably, Mother Nature’s Wrath Can Mean Service Disruptions, Five Ways to Stay Cozy this Winter, Business Showcase – Ray’s Boneyard Saloon and more.
Community Change is a project of Oconto Electric Cooperative. Members can sign up to have their electric bills rounded up to the next whole dollar, with the extra money going into the Community Change fund. In addition, due to the generosity of the former Bay Lakes Cooperative, Community Change has additional funding available for this special grant. To be considered, an organization should show through this grant application how an innovative idea for funding could provide far-reaching enhancement for a neighborhood or community. Grant(s) will be awarded to projects being done in the footprint of the former Bay Lakes territory and the current Oconto Electric service territory. Request not to exceed $4,000 (grant total could be split based on the nature and scope of applications received). Grant application deadline is March 1, 2021.
Inside you will find: 2021 Scholarship Application Available, Staying Safe After an Accident, Time to Ditch Your Old Space Heater, Energy Efficiency Tip of the Month, Business Showcase – Northwoods Power Equipment LLC, and more.
Inside this month you will find four additional pages.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Life Was Good at OEC (Pam Langly Retires), Co-op Month Winners, Electronic Recycling Event a Success, It’s District Meeting Time Again, Community Change Board of Directors, Bob White Trout and Bait, 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 29, 2021, 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. This listing of names with last known addresses can be found in the link below.
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.
Inside you will find: Hometown Hero – Chuck Wellens Recalls Time in Vietnam, Pennies Add Up to Make a Difference, Use SmartHub to Pay Your Bill, Whispering Pines Tree Farm and more.