ASHEBORO, N.C. – Mindy Thornlow, a science teacher at Trinity High School with Randolph County Schools, has been named a 2022-23 Kenan Fellow. Her fellowship was made possible through a partnership between Randolph Electric Membership Corporation, North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives and the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership at N.C. State University.
Asheboro, NC, April 12, 2022 – Local educators can apply for a Bright Ideas grant from Randolph EMC now through September 15, 2022. The grants, offered annually to teachers to bring creative classroom learning projects to life, support innovative projects that energize classroom learning and enhance student success. Educators can learn more and apply online at www.ncbrightideas.com.
Asheboro, NC - You’ve likely noticed Randolph EMC’s crews out and about, working on power lines and other electrical equipment in the community. It’s no secret that a lineworker’s job is tough––but it’s a job that’s essential and must be done, often in challenging conditions.
Asheboro, NC - Earlier this spring, nearly 97 percent of Randolph EMC members received a check or bill credit for their share of the annual general capital credits retirement.
As members of Randolph EMC, you are not a customer. You are an owner of this cooperative. This is a difference that sets Randolph EMC apart from other electric utilities.
As member-owners, you are entitled to share in any excess revenue left over at the end of each year. The capital credit refund is just one example of the cooperative difference.