At their November meeting, the Board of Directors for Medina EC voted to retire $1 million in capital credits. Current members who have capital credits being retired will see a credit on their December bill. Former members who have capital credits being retired will receive a check in the mail.*
Medina Electric Cooperative presented three organizations in their service area with $10,000 in donations on Friday, October 27. The presentations were made by Mark Rollans, CEO of Medina Electric, and Ken Gajdos, with CoBank.
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Medina EC is sending three high school students on the trip of a lifetime to Austin and Washington D.C. Winners will also receive a $1,000 scholarship. Application deadline is Friday, December 15, 2018.
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