The Macon Electric Foundation awarded the North Shelby chapter of the National Honor Society with a grant for $250 to assist with purchasing a new chapter banner and ceremonial equipment.
Macon Electric Cooperative will hold its 80th Annual Membership Meeting on Tuesday, August 13, 2019.
On Thursday, July 18, Chariton Valley (CV) and Macon Electric Cooperative (MEC) fans filled the stands at the Bevier ball field to watch the second annual Battle of the Co-ops slow pitch softball game.
Zoe Isaacson of New Cambria, Erin Jackson of Shelbina, Kandace Inskip of Bevier, Lilly Cook of Shelbyville, Gracey Gordon of Green Castle, and Paige Perkins of Atlanta, were among the 103 high school students from across Missouri who participated in the Missouri Electric Cooperative CYCLE (Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience) program.
Chariton Valley (CV) and Macon Electric Cooperative (MEC) join forces to positively impact communities they serve with ‘Co-ops in Action’.
The U.S. Small Business Administration will be hosting a free training workshop on sustaining small rural business in Macon.
One-hundred and eight high school students participated in Missouri's 56th annual Missouri Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., June 14-20.
A dozen linemen from Three Rivers Electric Cooperative had some surprise visitors as they labored to restore power in the wake of the May 23 tornado. Gov. Mike Parson and his wife, Teresa, stopped by to encourage the linemen who were working just off Highway 54 south of Jefferson City.
‘Cooperation Among Cooperatives’ is one the seven principles that cooperatives operate on. This means that when other co-ops need your help, you head their way!
Macon Electric Cooperative supports continuing education through the Macon Electric Foundation scholarship program each year. Graduating high school seniors in MEC’s service area are eligible to compete for eight, $500 scholarships.