VOL. 104 -  Feb. 12,  2020
How to better manage your electric costs 
The seasonal spikes in heating costs may have you longing to avoid the shock and awe that sometimes occurs after opening your winter electric bills. Roanoke Electric Cooperative's Budget Billing program may be just what you need for a little more peace of mind in managing this household expense. Check it out. 

Wanted: Young adults for new advisory board 
Roanoke Electric Co-op is looking for young adults to serve on its new advisory board. Ten member-owners will serve on this panel, which the co-op is establishing to engage in a more meaningful way with this younger demographic among its membership. Check it out.

Operation Roundup delivers more goodwill
The Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina will be able to offer families with sick children additional support, thanks to the generosity of co-op member-owners who rounded up their electric bills. As part of the co-op's Operation Roundup program, nearly $14,000 was donated recently to several worthy causes. Who else was the recipient of all this goodwill? Read more. 
Co-op Connections: For love and savings sake
Still wondering what to give your loved one this Valentine's Day on a tight budget? The answer may be right at your fingertips with the Co-op Connections App. The free membership programs offers special discounts on a wide variety of gifts and getaways. T o see the latest offerings,  check this out.
Calling all young 'ballers'
Applications are now being accepted for basketball camps taking place this summer. All local 6th through 8th graders are eligible to apply. Don't miss out on this fun-filled opportunity to boost basketball skills, learn the value of teamwork and make new friends. Read more. 
About that cell phone of yours....
Did you know that the cell phones we are so tied to today came about because of the work of the late Dr. Henry T. Sampson Jr., an African American inventor and pioneer in the technology used in cell phones. He invented the gamma-electric cell, which converted nuclear radiation into electricity. This is widely regarded as the first major step into wireless communications, because it laid the foundation for the later invention of the cell phone. 
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