GRAND RAPIDS – As the calendar turns the page on all things new, it brings more than resolutions. With a new year, Lake Country Power is looking ahead to meet member needs in new ways.
To keep its co-op community informed, Lake Country Power will host meetings in each of its nine districts over the next three months. The co-op will share news about stable rates, new metering technology, co-op credits and construction projects. Each meeting starts with dinner at 5:00 p.m., followed by staff updates and time for member questions.
“Knowing we serve our neighbors, a community of consumer-owners, we always work hard to hold rates down and keep a close eye on costs,” said Greg Randa, general manager of Lake Country Power. “We hope many members will come out and join us. We have good news to share.”
The dates, locations, districts and RSVP-by dates are set forth below:
• Tuesday, Jan. 22, at
Grand Ely Lodge, Ely—
District 2 (RSVP by Jan.
• Wednesday, Jan. 30, at
the Side Lake Community
Center/French Town Hall,
Side Lake—District 3
(RSVP by Jan. 23)
• Thursday, Jan. 31, at
the Grand Lake Community Center/Town
Hall, Saginaw—District 9
(RSVP by Jan. 24)
• Monday, Feb. 4, South
Ridge School, Culver—
District 7 (RSVP by Jan.
• Wednesday, Feb. 6,
Cromwell Pavilion, Cromwell— District 8 (RSVP by
• Thursday, Feb. 7, Doug
Center, Cook—District 1
(RSVP by Jan. 31)
• Thursday, Feb. 28,
Center, Goodland—District 6 (RSVP by Feb. 21)
• Monday, March 18,
4 (RSVP by March 11)
• Tuesday, March 19,
Remer High School, Remer— District 5 (RSVP by
Each meeting is scheduled 5 – 7 p.m. The full meeting schedule is also available online at www.lakecountrypower.coop.
Co-op members are asked to R.S.V.P. if they plan to attend by calling Angie Hanttula at 218- 322-4521 or 1-800-421- 9959, ext. 4521. Members can also e-mail R.S.V.P.s to firstname.lastname@example.org listing the meeting date they plan to attend.
Lake Country Power, www.lakecountrypower.coop, is a Touchstone Energy. cooperative serving parts of eight counties in northeastern Minnesota. The rural electric cooperative provides services to nearly 43,000 members and has offices located in Grand Rapids, Kettle River and Mt. Iron.