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It pays to be a member!

Member economic participation is one of the seven cooperative principles, and it’s another way your cooperative is looking out for you.

Not many businesses pay you for buying something you wouldn’t want to live without—but electric cooperatives do. 531 more words

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Co-op Membership: What’s In It for Me?

Exploring the unique benefits of cooperative membership.

You set up your electric service account with Horry Electric Cooperative and you think to yourself, “That’s done. Now I just have to pay my monthly bill.” But the truth is we’re more than just a utility provider that you pay each month for electricity. 376 more words

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More than $685,000 dollars in prescription savings for members using Co-op Connections® Card.

In March, members of Horry Electric surpassed $685,000 dollars in prescription savings by using the Co-op Connections® Card!  “This is just another benefit of being an Horry Electric Cooperative member,” says Penelope Hinson, manager of public relations, marketing and energy management.  457 more words

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Keep those cards and letters going to the EPA

EPA: Send in Your Comments on Carbon Rule

By Cathy Cash | ECT Staff Writer Published: March 18th, 2014

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy says keep those cards and letters coming… 701 more words

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Co-op Closet emergency bags packed with compassion in no time flat

In 28 whirlwind minutes, 18 volunteers from electric cooperatives across South Carolina packed a trailer load of Co-op Closet bags filled of emergency supplies for displaced elderly citizens. 366 more words

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HEC representatives take advantage of TechAdvantage

The NRECA booth at TechAdvantage offered information on many of the programs available to electric cooperatives. (Photo By: Luis Gomez Photos)

Employees from the information technology and engineering departments, as well as Horry Electric’s office manager attended the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s TechAdvantage technology showcase this past week.  338 more words

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Diane Skipper Lewis named Rural Lady of the Year at annual luncheon

Diane Skipper Lewis of Aynor was named the 2014 Rural Lady of the Year at a luncheon Friday, Feb. 28 at Horry Electric Cooperative. The wife of Ralph Lewis, she is the 36th recipient of the honor, formally named the Miss Leo G. 208 more words

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