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Community Commitment

Community involvement is important to cooperatives like Lane-Scott Electric. It is one of the guiding principles that shape the way we do business. At Lane-Scott Electric, community involvement goes further than being a good corporate citizen. It means looking beyond our business to support other local businesses and communities.

We are active in the communities we serve through sponsorships of the McCracken Rodeo, Bazine Picnic, Lane and Ness County Fairs, and Utica May Day.  Our youth programs include scholarships, annual educational trips for students, electric car races, and the Junior Board of Trustees.

 

                         

Nate Burns and Bob Venters conduct an electrical safety demonstration for the Dighton Grade Schoool 5th and 6th graders.

 

                                              

Lane-Scott Linemen help plant a tree and install playground equipment at Dighton Grade School.

 

Dighton High School Electric Car Race Team

(Standing l to r): Melissa Talavera, Bodie Landgraf, Zeke Moomaw, Landrie Price, Blaine Whipple, Eli Rupp, Brady Marsteller, Marcus Rowe, David Speer, Ross Roberts (advisor), Madison Johnston, Emily Wilms, and Liberty Nichols (advisor). (Kneeling l to r): Tyler Walker and Burke Shapland, drivers.

Top Right Photo: Body Landgraff, Tyler Walker, David Speer and Burke Shapland get batteries hooked up on the solar car.

Bottom Right Photo: Burke Shapland in the standard class car.

 

 

 

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