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SmartHub Online Bill Pay

Lamar Electric is transitioning our online website billing service to an enhanced account management tool called SmartHub on April 1st at 10:00 a.m. Using SmartHub will allow our members to do more than pay their bill online or look at previous month’s bills. If you are already enrolled in eBill, you will use the same email and password that you’ve always used, but instead of logging into eBill, when you click on the “Online Bill Pay” tab or choose the “Pay Your Bill Online” button, you will go directly into SmartHub.  If you are new to Lamar Electric’s online services, simply click the new user option on the “Online Bill Pay” tab or the “Pay Your Bill Online” button and follow the instructions for a “new user” to access our self-service site.  This access has previously only been available by access through our website using your home computer, tablet or smart phone.

Information Meeting Held at Co-op

The Information Meeting on Saturday March 14 was attended by 6 members.  Only one of these six members attended the prior meeting.  All the key points from the prior meeting were covered.  These additional points were discussed:

*LITE-UP Texas is ending in 2016.  This program was funded by a surcharge on monthly electric bills which ended September 2013.  Very little funds remain and they will be exhausted this year and next year, and the program being discontinued, according to the Texas Office of Public Utility Counsel.   Cooperative members would not be eligible, even if deregulated.

Government-in-Action Youth Tour Winners
Kelsie Bridges Myrissa Owen Beth Ann Dougherty
Kelsie Bridges Myrissa Owen

Beth Ann Dougherty

Lamar Electric Cooperative has announced the 2015 winners of their Government-in-Action Youth Tour.  Contestants submitted an essay on “Why is Electricity Important To Me”.  The winners are: Kelsie Bridges, the daughter of Ronnie & Kobi Bridges of Blossom.  Kelsie is a Junior at Prairiland High School.  Myrissa Owen, the daughter of Dale & Lena Goodin of the Bagwell community.  Myrissa is a Sophomore at Detroit High School.  Beth Ann Dougherty is the daughter of Mike & Wendy Dougherty of Blossom.  Beth Ann is a Sophomore at Prairiland High School.

Out of Power? Just Text Us!

When a big wind storm blows through or something happens that causes a major electric line outage, our telephones light up.  When several hundred people all try calling at the same time, many will get a busy signal.  We now have another way to report outages.  Just Text us.  Texting is faster and an easier way to report your power outage to.  If many folks report their outage by text, those calling in their outage will have a better chance of getting through the first time.  We know there are many members that do not Text.  By reducing the phone calls, the non-texting folks will be able to communicate with us much quicker.

Government-in-Action Youth Tour 2015

2014 YT WinnersEvery summer, two Lamar Electric-area teens are selected for a week-long trip to Washington D.C. The trip will take place June 10-19, 2015.  This unique trip will give you the opportunity to watch history come alive as you explore the museums, memorials and monuments with other students from your state.  You will meet student leaders from nearly every state and hear dynamic leaders on Youth Day.  Bottom line, you will make friendships that will last a lifetime and be part of a group that has over 50,000 alumni in every walk of life including U.S. Senators and CEOs.

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