Bluebonnet members to get $3.39 million back in capital credits beginning in May

0420
 2018
Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative’s members will notice something different on their May electric bills – a credit for their share of $3.39 million that Bluebonnet’s board of directors unanimously voted during its April meeting to return to its members.

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INTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Training the next generation of line workers

0412
 2018
Bluebonnet’s new internship program targets future line workers from communities in or near Bluebonnet’s service area to encourage motivated, talented residents to enter the trade.

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Bluebonnet members to get $3.39 million back in capital credits beginning in May

0420
 2018
Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative’s members will notice something different on their May electric bills – a credit for their share of $3.39 million that Bluebonnet’s board of directors unanimously voted during its April meeting to return to its members.

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Save money with energy-efficient light bulbs

0412
 2018

Compared to incandescent bulbs, compact fluorescents slash energy use by 75 percent and last up to 10 times longer.

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INTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Training the next generation of line workers

0412
 2018

Bluebonnet’s new internship program targets future line workers from communities in or near Bluebonnet’s service area to encourage motivated, talented residents to enter the trade.

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YOUTH TOUR: Seniors selected for D.C. trip

0409
 2018

A blood drive organizer who wants to become a nurse practitioner and a cheerleader who plans to pursue a career in family law will represent Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative during the 2018 Government-in-Action Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.
 
Madison Iselt, a senior at Lexington High School, and Gillian Nietsche, a senior at Giddings High School, were chosen in February.  Roy Kruemcke Jr., also a senior at Giddings High, is the alternate who would join the tour if Iselt or Nietsche were unable to attend. 

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