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By The Members, For The Members

Members play critical role in co-op project

National Co-op Month is a time to take a look at the roles cooperatives have had in driving American progress. Perhaps just as importantly, it’s also a time to examine how co-ops are still filling this role with a business model that focuses on members, not a bottom line.

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 a cart with food and hygiene items to suit the client’s needs as best as possible. The client is asked to join the volunteer to pick out a few items from coolers and freezers before the items are weighed and the client takes them home.

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.

More Than Just Electricity

by Marshal Albright, president/CEO – editorial from September Highline Notes

A Place To Heal

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Investing In Reliability

As an area develops and grows, the skyline changes. In south Fargo and West Fargo, a flurry of expansion has left things looking much different than they did 10 years ago. While the most notable change to the horizon in this area is the recently completed Sanford hospital along Interstate 94, another large project meant to support the area’s overall growth is resulting in a few changes as well.

On The Safe(ty) Side

What if you were told that something you use every day without even thinking about it could be dangerous? You’d maybe look with confusion to your vehicle, cooking tools, or appliances. But would electricity even cross your mind?

Cass County Electric Cooperative’s Manager of Safety Mike Mead said people rarely do consider electricity as one of the hazards to their safety.

“We use it every day, and we don’t even think about it,” he said.

Grants Awarded To Rural Communities

One of the founding principles that cooperatives abide by is commitment to community. Co-ops are often actively engaged in the communities they serve, be it through volunteering or financial donations. Cass County Electric Cooperative takes pride in our efforts to serve our communities with electricity and in many other ways that go beyond the job. Cooperatives also focus on partnering with other cooperatives.


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