National association of electric co-ops elects Roanoke Electric Co-op CEO as its new board president

For Immediate Release                                                           Media Contact: Lori Everhart | | 252-209-2236
Wednesday, March 13, 2019                                                                                                      

ORLANDO, Fla. – Curtis Wynn, president and CEO of Roanoke Electric Cooperative, was elected 39th president of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s board of directors, during the association’s annual meeting this week in Orlando, Fla.

March safety tip: What parents need to know about household poisons

Getting the Urge to Clean? With the warm weather comes a desire to shine and polish your home. But when warning labels are ignored or chemicals fall into the wrong hands, disaster can occur.

Most of us live with dangerous poisons lurking in kitchen cabinets, hallway closets, basements or garages. When warning labels are ignored or chemicals fall into the wrong hands, disaster can occur.

RCPP2 to explore growing leadership and community engagement.capacities at March 8 meeting

Building capacity for collective impact is critical for local residents, businesses, nonprofits and economic development leaders when working together to address complex social and economic growth for thriving communities for all citizens. Among the most important capacities are to develop grassroots leadership, data sharing and analysis and community engagement.

Co-op selects delegates for 2019 Youth Tour

Roanoke Electric Co-op has selected Bertie Early College High School senior Jamiqua Heckstall and Gates County High School senior Faith Ashley as its 2019 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour delegates.

Jamiqua Heckstall

Heckstall is the daughter of co-op member-owner Janice Heckstall of Windsor. Ashley is the daughter of co-op member-owners David and Brianne Ashley of Gates. The students are both 17.