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Hanner, Gregory visit Nashville for Youth Leadership Summit

Sarah Hanner of Jo Byrns High School and Will Gregory of East Robertson High School were sponsored by Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation to attend the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association’s 2015 Youth Leadership Summit March 16-18 in downtown Nashville.  

  “The Youth Leadership Summit recognizes the best and brightest from our electric co-op service areas and teaches these young ambassadors about their hometown cooperatives and Tennessee state government,” said Todd Blocker, TECA director of member relations. Read More

Whites attend Young Leaders Conference

Derrick and Jana White of Cedar Hill were sponsored by Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation to participate in the 2015 Young Leaders Conference Friday and Saturday, Feb. 27 and 28, at the Drury Plaza Hotel in Franklin.

The Whites joined more than 300 others from across the state for the annual weekend of motivational, recreational and educational segments.

The Young Leaders Conference brings couples and individuals together from rural communities to learn about cooperatives, share their views about agriculture and discuss current issues facing rural Americans. This year’s event, themed “Cooperatively Building a Better Tennessee,” covered a variety of subjects aimed at educating leaders about cooperatives and agricultural issues. Read More

CEMC Member Falls Victim to Scam

CEMC has been made aware that there is a phone scam in our service area, whereby a request is made for immediate payment by credit card in order to avoid being disconnected. 

CEMC does not call members demanding payment over the phone. Members who have doubts about the legitimacy of a call should contact CEMC directly at 1-800-987-2362, even if the number displayed on their phone is CEMC’s phone number.

CEMC donates electric go cart so students can gain hands-on experience building and understanding electronic and mechanical principles.

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