Eau Claire Energy Documents - Eau Claire Energy Cooperative


Eau Claire Energy Documents - Eau Claire Energy Cooperative
Serving the
Chippewa Valley
Our energy cooperative
is located right here
in the valley we serve.
We’re committed to the same
things as you are; working to
improve our quality of life and help
our communities grow stronger.
As your friends and
neighbors, we stand
ready to serve the
energy needs for your home
and business.
Serving the Chippewa Valley
715-832-1603 or
888-832-1604 toll FREE
au Claire Energy Cooperative is proud to announce
the following scholarship winners for the 2004–05
scholastic year. These superior students will each
receive a $500 scholarship for their continuing education.
The scholarships are offered through the Federated Youth
Foundation Scholarship Program, which obtains funds from
unclaimed capital credits. Please share our sincere congratulations with these students.
Kathleen Behrens,
Altoona High School
Anne Rogers,
Eleva-Strum High School
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Kasey Grams,
Augusta High School
Rachel Roberts,
Cadott High School
Daniel Bochman,
Fall Creek High School
Stephanie Riedel,
Eau Claire Memorial High School
Garret Larson,
Mondovi High School
Emmett Yule,
Eau Claire North High School
Amber Dehnke,
Osseo-Fairchild High School
Randi Wagner,
Eau Claire Regis High School
Tyler Tallman,
Stanley-Boyd High School
Brandon Powell,
Elk Mound High School
Bruce Heuer,
Chippewa Valley
Kelly Gruber,
University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
Brennan Palmer,
Eau Claire Christian
High School
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Eau Claire Energy Cooperative
au Claire Energy Cooperative and its propane subsidiary, Energy
Connections, earned a second-place ribbon for “Most Informative Booth” at the 27th Annual Home & Garden Show. With the
theme “Reliable as the Sun,” employees promoted energy reliability
as well as energy-saving options for heating and air conditioning
homes and businesses. The annual Chippewa Valley Home Builders
Association show took place at the Eau Claire Indoor Sports Center
February 25–27. Thank you to Dave Graves, Chris Cline, Laurie
Kretschmer, and Sherry Hartwich for offering advice and information to visitors at our booth during the show.
If you would like information about innovative energy-saving
tips, contact us at 715-832-1603 or 888-832-1604 (toll FREE).
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Chris McKay from Maverick Media interviews
Manager Chris Cline regarding innovative propane
products and services offered in the Energy
Connections booth at the Home & Garden Show.
Energy Connections is a subsidiary of Eau Claire
Energy Cooperative.
Local people. Serving you.
That’s the Cooperative difference.
After working over 10 years for Eau Claire Energy Cooperative,
Annie has retired from her credit manager position. Annie began
working at the cooperative on June 1, 1994, and was later
promoted to credit manager. She was an asset to the cooperative
as she worked with members on payment schedules and energy
assistance as well as volunteering to work at cooperativesponsored community service events. Happy trails to you, Annie,
as you and your husband travel in warmer climates. And, cheer
on those Green Bay Packers! (Watch your next issue of the WEC
News for information about our new credit manager.)
Is Your Farm an Energy Hog
or a Lean Machine?
ooking for ways to make your farm more
energy efficient? A special supplement to
Hoard’s Dairyman offers many ideas for making
your farm a lean machine. Ask for a FREE copy of
“Is your farm an energy hog or a lean machine?” at
Eau Claire Energy Cooperative or call us at 715836-6471 or 888-832-1604, toll FREE.
8214 Hwy 12
Fall Creek, Wisconsin
888-832-1604 toll FREE
Eau Claire Energy Cooperative
John W. Luehrsen, CEO
Mary Kay Brevig, Editor
8214 Hwy 12 PO Box 368
Fall Creek, WI 54742-0368
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Mon–Fri
Non-emergencies: 715-832-1603
Toll FREE 888-832-1604
Emergencies & outages: Toll FREE 800-927-5090
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Diggers Hotline: 1-800-242-8511
Call 3 working days before you dig.
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● Please have patience with the
school buses that carry our
most precious cargo—our
● Always go slowly in school
zones and obey speed limits
when children are present or
in school.
● Never pass a stopped school
bus showing flashing lights.
Children dart out from nowhere with no warning.
Children can be invisible
behind buses and cars until
they are in the traffic lanes.
Please heed these safety tips.
Your friends at Eau Claire Energy Cooperative and its propane
subsidiary, Energy Connections,
want your children to be safe.