WCEC Awards $20,000 to East Texas Students

A panel of 3 independent judges recently awarded $20,000 in scholarships as part of Wood County Electric Cooperative’s (WCEC) “Power My World” program. Ten local high school students, residing within WCEC’s 9-county service area, will each receive a $2,000 scholarship towards continuing education.   The program is funded entirely by unclaimed capital credit payments returned to…

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WCEC Presents $3,000 Check to Wood County Child Protection Board

Today Debbie Robinson, CEO and General Manager of Wood County Electric Cooperative, Inc. (WCEC), presented a check in the amount of $3,000 to the Wood County Child Protection Board Inc. This check was made possible through one of WCEC’s software vendors, SEDC, through its fourth annual video contest. WCEC’s video “WCEC & SEDC Through the…

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78th Annual Meeting of WCEC Members

Over 650 members attended the 78th Annual Meeting of Wood County Electric Cooperative, Inc., (WCEC), held Friday afternoon, October 7, 2016, at Governor Jim Hogg City Park in Quitman. Prior to the meeting a free concert, featuring singer/songwriters Adler & Hearne, was a crowd pleaser. This concert was supported, in part, by the Texas Commission…

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2016 ETREYS Attendees and Scholarship Winners

Ten youth delegates sponsored by Wood County Electric Cooperative Inc. (WCEC) recently attended the 2016 East Texas Rural Electric Youth Seminar (ETREYS), a leadership camp designed to foster positive ideals, enhance leadership skills, and teach the cooperative philosophy. These youth joined approximately 120 participants, each sponsored by one of nine East Texas electric cooperatives for…

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WCEC Awards $20,000 to East Texas Students

A panel of three independent judges recently awarded $20,000 in scholarships as part of Wood County Electric Cooperative’s (WCEC) “Power My World” program. Ten local high school students, residing within WCEC’s 9-county service area, will each receive a $2,000 scholarship towards continuing education. The program is funded entirely by unclaimed capital credit payments returned to…

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