Nolin celebrates communities during National Co-op Month
October is National Co-op Month. At Nolin RECC, we are always excited for this annual opportunity to celebrate our members and our communities.
Because we are member-owned, decision making and operations all tie back to the communities Nolin is a part of. From Magnolia to Radcliff—and all the places in between—we share a common bond of cooperative power lines that energize our lives, homes and work.
Improving the quality of life in our communities is an everyday mission at the co-op. It’s why we support economic development initiatives aimed at bringing new jobs to our area. It’s also the reason we support local schools and why our cooperative system maintains a strong alliance with the Kentucky Community & Technical College System.
We honor the lives of community members through activities such as Nolin’s sponsorship of Honor Flight participants. We provide an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C., for local veterans so they can visit war and military memorials erected in their honor. Though the 2020 trip unfortunately had to be canceled, Nolin will continue our support when the tour resumes in 2021.
Families of sick children benefit from the hands-on support co-op employees provide to the Ronald McDonald House in Louisville. Our efforts help to provide lodging, meals and other comforts for local families who must stay in the city while caring for a hospitalized child.
Our commitment to communities also means you can count on the cooperative to always have your best interest at heart. Helping you manage our energy use with tools like our free SmartHub app and the Virtual Energy Assessment on our website is another way we show that commitment.
October may be Co-op Month, but our commitment to the people and communities we serve remains constant. Along with delivering safe, affordable and reliable electricity, we’re always working to improve the quality of life in the places we call home.