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From the CEO
As a distribution co-op, FreeState looks at strategies that benefit members by decreasing costs and increasing efficiency. One way to do that is our renovated Load Management Program (LMP).


FreeState Electric Cooperative sent two students from our service territory to Washington, D.C., for the 58th Annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour to meet up with 1,800 peers from across the nation. Youth Tour was held June 7-14.

This event was another in his series of listening tours.

The hour-long meeting allowed members to ask questions and share feedback on the critical issues facing Kansas and the nation.

Co-op Connections Launches in September
We are excited to announce the launch of the Co-op Connections Program. This free program was started by Touchstone Energy Cooperatives as another way cooperatives can demonstrate the cooperative difference and give back to their members.

Junior Linemen
Journeyman Lineman, David Gechter, visited the Auburn Public Library to participate in the library's weekly story hour. While there, Gechter read "I am Junior Lineman," and showed off the service truck used to do his job. Check out the photo gallery.

We strive to help you better understand the services available to you while getting to know those who are continuously working to provide you with safe, reliable, and efficient power. It is for this reason FreeState chose to develop a year-long series focusing on each of our individual departments and the employees in them that are member-driven.
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