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2020 Scholarship Recipients Announced

Each year, Shelby Electric Cooperative (SEC) offers scholarships for higher education to three deserving high school seniors. Winners are selected through an application and essay contest titled “My Legacy.” SEC would like to recognize the three area youth who received 2020 scholarships for their outstanding applications and essays: Caleb Grover, Eric Schafer and Layne Lebshier.

SCAMS ARE EVERYWHERE! PLEASE BE ADVISED!

If you receive a call asking if you will be home or not, or a call regarding disconnection, PLEASE HANG UP and call the office directly. 

We had a report over the weekend of a member receiving a call, telling them to be home because we were coming. They immediately hung up and called us. Our after-hours phone operator contacted our staff and advised them this was not the case. 

Coronavirus Message From Cooperative

OPERATIONAL UPDATE: 7/06/2020 9:30 a.m.

As you may be aware, all cooperative employees are working out of the office again. However, we continue to have the doors locked to customers and the general public.

While we look forward to when we can actually open the doors again to hold meetings, have visitors in the office, and meet face to face with our members, we will continue to keep the building closed but hope to open up soon.

Building Updates Have Begun

Renovations have begun to the lobby and other parts of the cooperative. The temporary location to come into the cooperative for electric business or PWR-net High Speed Internet business will be through the doors of the north building (Shelby Energy Companies doors). We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience with this temporary change. Any questions please give the office a call 217-774-3986 or 1-800-677-2612.

CEO Class Visits Co-op

Shelby Electric Cooperative (SEC) President and CEO Josh Shallenberger recently hosted the Shelby County CEO class at the cooperative’s headquarters. Students learned that SEC serves and maintains over 2,000 miles of line, while serving approximately 4.5 members per mile of line.

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