Firelands Electric Cooperative announces drawing winners for April.
New all-in-one facility is located on 15 acres at 103 Industrial Drive, New London.
Winners' photos will appear in the May issue of “Ohio Cooperative Living.”
Open house set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in New London.
Benjamin Schafer, of Willard, was also the overall winner in the Firelands Electric Cooperative scholarship contest.
New London junior will join about 40 other students from rural electric cooperatives across Ohio for an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington.
Six local students earn college scholarships
Firelands Electric Cooperative will not build a tower in its new location.
Power company plans to begin conducting business at this location on Jan. 17.
Firelands Electric Cooperative sent two linemen to North Carolina to assist with power restoration efforts following Hurricane Michael.
OurSolar gives Firelands Electric residential members the option to purchase renewable energy produced by the co-op’s new 50-kilowatt, 152-panel solar array in New London.
Next drawing, which recognizes students for their academic excellence, will be Dec. 10.
Group took guided tour of the Cardinal Generating Station in Brilliant, Ohio.
“The new system is state-of-the-art technology that will offer a dramatic improvement in communications and firefighter safety.”
Gordon Lumber is celebrating 150 years of business and generations of good employees