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June 13th, 2024

The OREMC Foundation is pleased to announce second quarter grant awards presented to 10 organization and totaling $40,200. 

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2024 Youth Award Winners Announced

May 20th, 2024

Okefenoke REMC recently held its 31st annual Youth Awards Banquet at The Barn at Cottonwood Ranch in Callahan, Florida, to announce its 2024 OREMC Scholarship winners and the four students selected as delegates for the OREMC Youth Tour.

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OREMC Welcomes New Member Service Representative

March 4th, 2024

Okefenoke REMC is pleased to introduce its newest Member Service Representative Katie Strickland from Folkston. After five months of training, Strickland works out of the Nahunta office assisting OREMC consumer-members with account inquiries and service information.

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Whatever It Takes: The Life of a Linewoker

March 3rd, 2024

Lineworkers are ranked as one of the 10 most dangerous jobs in the country. Our OREMC lineworkers work rain or shine, in often challenging conditions to ensure you have reliable power. To honor our heroes in hardhats, we’re celebrating Lineworker Appreciation Day on April 18.

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NEW! Home Standby Generator Program

February 1st, 2024

Providing reliable power is our standard of service at OREMC, but sometimes Mother Nature has other plans. Summer thunderstorms, hurricanes/tropical storms---even ice storms---can lead to power outages lasting hours or days. Now members can have peace of mind by being prepared for power outages with a Generac automatic standby generator.

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Practice Makes Perfect: OREMC Wiring Contest

January 15th, 2024

OREMC’s annual FFA Wiring Contest practice session, in conjunction with Brantley County High School, was held in early January ahead of the regional competition. Open to high school students in grades nine through 12, the wiring competition is an Agricultural electrification Career Development Event sponsored jointly by the Georgia FFA Association and the Georgia Electric Membership Corporation representing the state’s 41 electric membership cooperatives. 

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