Youth Tour

    Four local high school juniors will represent Clarke-Washington EMC this year at Montgomery Your Tour on March 12-14. Juniors from each high school in the Clarke-Washington EMC area were asked to submit an essay and the top two students from each school were invited to interview on Wednesday, Jan. 23 Addis Griffin of…Continue Reading

CWEMC to open new facility

Clarke-Washington Electric Membership Corporation (CWEMC) has announced the opening of its new headquarters facility for Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 7 a.m. The new headquarters facility is located at 9000 Highway 43 just north of Jackson. The existing Jackson office on College Ave, which has served the membership for some 67 years, will officially lock its…Continue Reading

EMPOWER Energy Education Workshop

  ARE YOU A K-12 EDUCATOR? If you are a K-12 educator interested in teaching your students more about energy, EMPOWER is for you. This Energy Education Workshop provides an exciting opportunity to learn about electric generation and distribution, with a focus on energy education and fun ways to integrate it into your classroom, using…Continue Reading

Youth Tour Application

Do you know a high school junior who loves to make new friends and travel? If so, tell them about our Montgomery and Washington Youth Tours. This once in a lifetime experience provides opportunities for students to learn about the history of Alabama and the United States. They also learn about the cooperative form of…Continue Reading

2019 Scholarship Application

If you are a dependent of a member of our local cooperative then you are eligible to apply for a scholarship from the Electric Cooperative Foundation. Your local cooperative has joined other cooperatives throughout the state of Alabama to create the Electric Cooperative Foundation. During the spring, the Foundation will be awarding scholarships across Alabama…Continue Reading

Thunderstorm safety tips from the American Red Cross

When thunderstorms are rolling your way, stay safe with these helpful tips from the American Red Cross: Listen to local news or NOAA Weather Radio for emergency updates. Watch for signs of a storm, like darkening skies, lightning flashes or increasing wind. Postpone outdoor activities if thunderstorms are likely to occur. Many people struck by…Continue Reading