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When the lights "blink" at your home or business, what's happening behind the scenes?
CoServ Employee Craig Scoggins has taken his love of grilling to a new level by competing in steak cookoffs. His perfectly seared ribeyes earned him a Golden Ticket to the Steak Cookoff Association World Championship in Fort Worth in March.
If you would like to have CoServ’s Energy Education Team come out to your school, business or organization, visit CoServ.com/Presentations.
CoServ Electric doesn’t just provide our Members with reliable electricity – we literally light up neighborhoods, major thoroughfares and commercial developments with lights that we own and maintain.
CoServ Employees and Lake Cities Chamber of Commerce members rolled up their sleeves and donated blood on April 16, a selfless act that comes at a critical time for the American Red Cross.
Unlimited soups, fellowship and a great cause come together at the Soup-N-Bowl in The Colony on May 15.
The pandemic has increased the number of people who need help while also reducing the number of volunteers in the kitchen. Making matters worse, a meat shortage made beef and pork hard to come by for several months. Despite the challenges, The Junction provides 400 to 500 meals a day at three different locations.
The state grid operator has not called for conservation on Wednesday and is operating under normal conditions.
March 2021 had an average high temperature of 61.4 degrees, 20 degrees warmer than February. The mild temperatures mean electric and natural gas consumption should be lower for CoServ Members and Customers in March than it was in February.
At the height of February’s winter storm, some of CoServ’s biggest energy users voluntarily turned off electricity and natural gas or lowered their thermostat and closed their doors. These selfless acts channeled more energy to homes.