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Director Nominees Selected

Your Vote. Your Voice. Your Cooperative

Like other electric co-ops, South Plains Electric Cooperative is guided by an elected board of directors that represents its members when making important decisions. Being a member of the co-op’s board is an important and highly responsible position in the community, and directors volunteer considerable time and energy to the cause of powering our communities and empowering co-op members to improve the quality of their lives.

Your Vision, Our Future

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Operation Round Up Offers Mini-Grants to Frenship ISD

Ashley Teague is a fourth grade English language arts teacher at Upland Heights Elementary. She purchased a classroom iPad with the mini-grant.

“Meaningful teaching requires your students to be engaged and love what they are learning,” Teague said. “I thrive on having the opportunity to encourage active learning through the use of our iPad.”

Homes for Heroes July Update

Home under construction

Local hero, Michael Vasquez and family to receive mortgage-free home.

For the past three months, we have been following the progress of the home being built for local hero Michael Vasquez and his family through the Lubbock Homes for Heroes program. This program provides mortgage-free homes to local heroes.

In 2010, the West Texas Home Builders Association established the non-profit organization, Lubbock Homes for Heroes, Inc.

Help Your Co-op Beat the Peak

Beat the Peak

As outdoor temperatures rise and air conditioners run at full blast this summer, look for ways to improve energy efficiency to help you and South Plains Electric Cooperative reduce demand—to save energy and money.

Making small adjustments to when, where and how you use electricity won’t only help control your energy costs, it also can help lower peak demand for your Cooperative.

Homes for Heros June Update

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Local hero, Michael Vasquez and family to receive mortgage-free home.

In June, we introduced you to the Vasquez family and the Lubbock Homes for Heroes program that provides mortgage-free homes to local heroes.

In 2010, the West Texas Home Builders Association established the non-profit organization, Lubbock Homes for Heroes, Inc.

Engaging With a New Generation

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Operation Round Up Teacher Mini-Grant Provides Frenship Middle School With Interactive Learning

Ida Cisneros is the seventh grade English language arts and reading teacher at Frenship Middle School and is a 2017-2018 Operation Round Up Mini-Grant recipient. Cisneros purchased three over-sized games with the mini-grant.

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