Important Notice- Bill Payment Fraud: Four County EMC is warning members and non members to be aware of phone calls from someone claiming to be from Four County or another utility asking for immediate payment, it's likely a scam. We do not call members demanding immediate payment. Do not give out your account or personal information. Hang up and call us immediately at 1-888-368-7289.
Bright Ideas Early Bird deadline is August 15.
BRIGHT IDEAS EARLY BIRD-TEACHERS STILL HAVE TIME TO APPLY
Summer vacation is drawing to an end for most teachers, so what better time to submit that Early Bird Bright Ideas application. Teachers applying by Aug. 15 will be entered for a chance to win one of five $100 gift cards. If you don’t get in on the early bird deadline, it’s not too late, the final deadline to apply is September 19. more…
Four County EMC Board Members
FOUR COUNTY EMC OFFICIALS HONORED
For the first time in the Cooperatives history, every Four County EMC Board member has achieved both a Credentialed Cooperative Director (CCD) and a (BLC) Board Leadership Certificate from National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). more…
Four County EMC's Chris Ingram (center) delivers fans to Duplin County Senior Center.
FOUR COUNTY EMC DONATES FANS TO HELP ELDERLY CITIZENS
Four County Electric Membership Corporation has donated 110 fans to facilities that serve elderly citizens. In turn, the agencies give the fans to the elderly who do not have access to fans or air conditioned living. more…
House of Representative Chris Millis met with boards members and employees.
FOUR COUNTY EMC REPRESENTATIVES CONVERGE AT GENERAL ASSEMBLY, DISCUSS ENERGY ISSUES WITH STATE LEGISLATORS
Four County EMC employees and Board members joined more than 160 representatives from North Carolina’s 26 electric cooperatives at the state legislature June 24-25 for the co-ops’ annual ‘Rally in Raleigh.’ more…
Tell the EPA
There is a right way to protect and improve our environment without jeopardizing the affordability of electricity. New proposals from the EPA could SERIOUSLY impact family budgets and our economy. Visit www.TellEPANC.com to send a comment to the EPA about what increased electric rates would mean for you.