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Farmers RECC COVID-19 Updates


Farmers RECC COVID-19 Response

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Governor Beshear has signed an executive order limiting out-of-state travel, with a few exceptions. Please read the article linked here for more information. 


Farmers RECC Announces 2020 Washington Youth Tour Recipients


Farmers RECC has announced the winners of the 2020 Frankfort and Washington Youth Tour.

This is the 56th annual “Government in Action” Youth Tour. Winners will travel to Frankfort, Kentucky to visit the state capitol in March and will travel to Washington, D.C. for the annual “Government in Action,” Youth Tour in June. 

We Mean Business

Caralyne Pennington, director of member and public communications at Farmers RECC,
speaks with a Barren County Innovation Zone student about projects they were working
on during class. Photo: Tim Webb


Weathering Extended Outages

       Farmers RECC works hard to prevent outages from happening, unfortunately, storms and other weather events can still happen, causing hazardous road conditions, downed power lines, and extended power outages. Farmers RECC wants to share a few tips on preparing for and safely weathering extended outages.

Seeing Clearly in 2020

Happy New Year!

Farmers RECC Lights up Christmas for LeGrande Elementary

Each year, Farmers RECC sponsors the “Lighting Up Christmas” program for a school in their service territory. The program, coordinated by the Events Team at Farmers RECC, gathers unwrapped toys and monetary donations for a school in their service territory to use for students in need.

Farmers RECC Donates to Community Relief Fund

Farmers RECC recently donated $1,000 to the Barren County Community Relief Fund of Glasgow – Barren County Food Bank.

Farmers RECC Achieves Sixth Governor's Safety and Health Award

Farmers RECC employees accept their sixth Governor's Safety and Health Award from Labor Cabinet Secretary David A. Dickerson


Crowd Welcomes Veterans Home from Honor Flight

Robert Siler, of Glasgow and Joe Pierce, of Glasgow, along with 70 other Kentucky veterans received a heroes’ welcome home Saturday from patriotic, flag-waving citizens who filled the entire terminal at Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport.


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