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Annual Meeting 2017

It was hard to tell who was more popular at the  Annual Meeting, Solar Same or A.J. Pocheco, who drew the names of all the prize winners.  To view more photos, visit our Facebook album

Broad River Electric breaks ground on Community Solar

Community Solar Graphic

150 KW array will be erected in front of auditorium in Gaffney 

Broad River Electric took a break from preparing for Friday’s winter storm to begin a sunny project.

9,218 receive checks from Broad River Electric

Capital credits are a part of being cooperative member

Capital Credits Check

Broad River Electric Board Trustees (l-r) Bill Peeler, Kevin Moss, Mark Patterson, Bobby Foster, Dewitt McCraw, and Wayne West with the Capital Credits check to members.

Get Pinterested in Broad River

Broad River Electric is now on Pinterest, the increasingly popular social network that allows users to create, manage and share various collections such as recipes, tips, photos, and articles.

Broad River Electric dedicates 'Co-op Way'

Gaffney, SC, March 20, 2015:  Broad River Electric Cooperative, as part of their year-long 75th Anniversary celebration, dedicated a new street adjacent to its headquarters in Gaffney. Co-op Way is 778 feet of pavement that runs from Hamrick Street to the Ryder Refrigerated Services Distribution Center located directly behind the co-op facility.

“This tiny road represents a long legacy of cooperation, service and progress,” said Josh Crotzer, Broad River Electric’s Coordinator of Member Services. “It is a connection between industry and community. That is why we named it Co-op Way.”

Third $25,000 grant cycle given to local charities

FIRST ROW, l-r: Shelba Cook (CAVA), Carolina Barger (Salkehatchie), Donna Proctor (Cherokee Pregnancy Center), Sara Setzer (CAVA), Lyn Paschal (CAVA), Sandra G. Miller (Cherokee Children’s Home), Nancy Jordan (Broad River Electric Charities), Susan Harris (Cherokee Children’s Home), Sheriff David Taylor (Union Co. Crimestoppers). SECOND ROW l-r: Amy Smith (Union Co. DSN), Beth Holifield (Dist. 5 Family Ministries), Wayne Powell (SC Hunters for the Hungry), Jim Cudd (CAVA), Mack Davis (CAVA) Mike Hollified (HALTER), Ron Cope (CAVA), Tangie Rosebor (We Girlz Rock, Inc.) and Captain Robert Hines (Union Co. Crimestoppers).

 

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