Petit Jean employees were recently honored for their years of service.
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The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas presented an award plaque to Bill Derickson of Leslie for 35 years of service to the rural electric cooperative program.
Wishing you and your family peace and joy this holiday season.
Petit Jean Electric Cooperative Corporation works to serve you the member, not to make a profit. As a member, you share in the residuals in the form of Capital Credits.
This Christmas, as we mark the 75th anniversary of this most important battle, let’s pause to remember those brave servicemen who gave their lives for our freedom and to honor those veterans who fought and then came home to make life better for all of us.
When you think about your local electric co-op, you probably associate us with the local community. And you would be right. Our leadership team, board of directors and employees all live and work right here in the community we serve.
Well, sure, it’s a farm. And like any farm it begins with a plan. The 2019 Farm Family of the Year, Alan and Angela Mahan, had a plan.
Don’t let vampires suck the life out of your energy effi ciency efforts! Unplugging unused electronics – otherwise known as “energy vampires” – can save you as much as 10 percent on your electric bill.
Have you ever received a notiﬁcation from the folks here at Petit Jean Electric Cooperative informing you of a “planned outage?” You may have wondered, “What is a planned outage?” and “Why do they need to turn my power off?” The answer is to safely provide reliable electric service.