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WCEC Awards $10,000 to East Texas Students

A panel of 3 independent judges recently awarded $10,000 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 $1,000 scholarship towards continuing education.   The program is funded entirely by unclaimed capital credit payments returned to…

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$64K in Grants Awarded to Local Non-profits

The board of directors of the Wood County Electric Charitable Foundation recently met to consider grant disbursements to a host of charitable organizations that applied for funding. Eight local organizations, representing a broad cross-section of interests and demographics, were awarded $64,000 for projects and programs that serve the citizens of Wood County Electric Cooperative’s 9-county…

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THIRD-PARTY BILL-PAY WARNING!

THIRD-PARTY BILL-PAY WARNING! What To Know Before You Make That Payment Some people may choose to use an online go-between to pay their bills, like DOXO, My Check Free, and Pay Trust which are several of many bill payment aggregation sites. With these types of businesses users can pay multiple bills from various companies.  Importantly,…

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WCEC Awards $6,000 in Scholarships to Non-Traditional Adult Learners

Wood County Electric Cooperative (WCEC) is pleased to announce the 2018 Power Upward Scholarship contest winners. This program is for non-traditional adult learners pursuing post-secondary education. Each of the three winners described their field of study and future goals with an essay. The winners, selected by an independent judge, are: Mary Elizabeth Hunt, Winnsboro; Melissa…

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Capital Credit Payments

If you received a capital credit payment, you’ll see it listed as a credit on your bill. WCEC has several billing cycles. The credits will appear on bills mailed from December 6, 2018 through January 2, 2019. Your bill has been reduced by the amount of the credit. Instead of mailing checks, the bill credit…

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