Monthly Newsletter


October "Hotlines" 


"October - National Cooperative Month" - our top priority is always to provide reliable, affordable energy to our consumer-members; "Cybersecurity for Virtual Learning" - #BeCyberSmart as parents and students in the age of virtual learning and working; Undeliverable Capital Credit Checks for last names A-Mi.


September "Hotlines" 


"GPS-Safer and More Efficient Operations" - moving to our new headquarters has had many benefits, most notably the new technology for increase efficiency and safety; "Overstocked Fridge" - an overstuffed fridge decreases air flow and tightly packed food won't stay as cold; "2019 Tax Allocation Notice" - in accordance with the Bylaws of Alfalfa Electric Cooperative, Notice of Patronage Taxable Income Allocation for Tax Purposes; "CoBank and AEC Team Up Again" - AEC's board approved partnering with CoBank's Sharing Success program for the eighth year, matching AEC's donations to Burlington FFA, the City of Cherokee & Cherokee Lions Club, the Jet Lions Club, and the Jolly 20 Community Service Club; "Alternating Currents" - featuring District 7 trustee, Gary Olson.


August "Hotlines" 


"Breaker of Hearts and Crusher of Dreams" - by Victoria Rocha, staff writer at NRECA writes about cancelling the Youth Tour trip due to COVID-19; "Gross Receipts Tax Allocation for Year Ending December 31, 2019"; "Youth Tour and Leadership Students Still Smiling" - Winner's of AEC's Youth Tour and Leadership Camp received a Macbook Air in light of their trip cancellation due to COVID-19; "OAEC Provides a Virtual Energy Camp" - four 8th graders chosen to represent AEC at Energy Camp had their plans changed by COVID-19, go to virtual camp and receive iPads; "Alternating Currents" - featuring District 5 Trustee, Stanley Diller.