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2018 Classroom Grant Applications Available
Eighteen $200 grants are available for teachers in schools within the Mohave Electric service area. Grants are awarded for projects based on need, creativity, benefit to students, age appropriateness and integration with class curriculum. The funding may be used to purchase materials, supplies, equipment, or other essential items that support teachers’ special projects.
(to read more or to print the application, CLICK HERE)
MEC Operations Crew Help Bring a Brighter Christmas to One Local Family
Mohave Electric Cooperative’s operations crew have been making a local single parent’s Christmas a little easier for the past few years. By donating what they could collectively, MEC crews then reach out to local churches and day care centers to help identify a family that needs a little help over the holiday season... (to read more, CLICK HERE)
Mohave Electric Linemen become “Superheroes” at Boom Box Christmas Parade
The Boom Box Christmas Parade is an annual tradition that kicks off the holiday season in the lower Colorado River valley. On Friday, December 1, the Colorado River Women’s Council held its 20th annual event in Bullhead City, where the theme was “Show Us Your Superhero.” A bonus: 100% of the proceeds from parade entries are donated back to the Bullhead/Laughlin communities by the CRWC.
(to read more and view parade photos, CLICK HERE)
Mohave Electric Cooperative will send six area students on a week-long educational trip to Washington D.C. in June 2018, to participate in the National Rural Electric Cooperative’s 55th Annual Washington D.C. Youth Tour. Winners of MEC’s annual competition, held on October 19 at Mohave Community College...
(to read more, CLICK HERE).
Mohave Electric’s 71st District and Annual Meetings Held
Mohave Electric Cooperative held its three District Meetings on June 5-7, followed by the Cooperative’s Annual Meeting on Friday, June 9, 2017.