Battling Hunger

There’s a lot to be done at the Emergency Food Pantry in Fargo. For volunteer workers, the primary task is usually to help clients. That means receiving a menu, which includes the client’s family size, ages of the family members, and food preferences or special requests. From the information on the menu, the volunteer fills…
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2017 Financial Update

CCEC gained 685 new accounts as of June 30 of this year compared to 1,177 new accounts for the same date last year. This is a decrease of roughly 42 percent, but still put’s this year’s second quarter growth in the top ten for CCEC.

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More Than Just Electricity

by Marshal Albright, president/CEO – editorial from September Highline Notes You might only think about CCEC when you get your bill or if the power goes out, but as a cooperative owned by our members, we strive to provide much more than just a bill. In the September issue of Highline Notes, we feature many of…
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A Place To Heal

Perhaps the best gift a child can receive by the time he or she is grown is a supportive and healthy upbringing. While many are fortunate enough to receive this gift, the truth is that this isn’t the case for everyone. “I keep thinking that North Dakota is a pretty small state – eventually we…
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Electric Cooperative Youth Tour Receives Rave Reviews

Sixteen North Dakota high school students returned June 16 from the 53rd-annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. They joined more than 1,600 students from around the nation for a fast-paced, intensive week of learning about history and American government, visiting with their state’s congressional delegation, becoming more knowledgeable about the cooperative business model,…
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