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Vittles for Vets and Dodge City Law have teamed together giving donors a free ticket.

The Dodge City Law has partnered with the Vittles for Vets program to help stock the food pantry at Fort Dodge. Already, Victory Electric members have donated more than 1,500 items to Fort Dodge Soldier’s Home. We want to do even better. For every person who drops off ten non-perishable items, the Dodge City Law will issue (1) free ticket voucher good towards any game during the 2016 season.

Victory Accepting Youth Tour Applications

Youth Tour applications are now available and are due Nov. 6, 2015.

High school juniors have an opportunity to win an all inclusive, free trip to Washington, D.C. or Steamboat Springs, Colorado with the Victory Electric Youth Tour.  The Washington, D.C. trip will be June 9-16, 2016 and the Steamboat Springs, Colorado excursion will take place July 16-22, 2015.

Pumpkin Painting and Carving Festival Scheduled for Oct. 24

It’s time again for the 9th annual Pumpkin Painting and Carving Festival.

The event is Saturday, October 24, 2015 from 9 to 11 a.m at Victory Electric’s office. Each year, hundreds of kids take home pumpkins for Halloween. There will be 800 pumpkins available this year on a first come, first-served basis. The event is free for children age 13 and under with an accompanying adult.

Victory Electric Launching “Vittles for Vets” Food Drive

In an effort to help local veterans, Victory Electric Cooperative is launching “Vittles for Vets”, a program aimed at stocking the food pantry at Fort Dodge.

Victory Changing Meter Loop Requirements

In an effort to streamline our operations and unify the way we do business with rural and urban members, Victory is slightly changing how meter loops are disbursed to members.

The new requirements are as follows:

State of Kansas Eyes Taxing Energy Bills

Dear Victory Electric member,

The Kansas state government faces some big challenges in balancing its books for the next couple of years. The Kansas Legislature is holding hearings on a number of bills that will provide options to fund schools, state government, and state services. Among the proposals under consideration is Senate Bill 261, which would apply the state's 6.15 percent sales tax to residential energy bills.

Victory Electric and CoBank Award “Sharing Success” Grant to Stauth Museum

Victory Electric Cooperative Assn., Inc., is pleased to announce Stauth Memorial Museum in Montezuma as the recipient of this year’s Victory/CoBank “Sharing Success” Grant.

Top 10 Energy Savings Tips for a happy holiday season

Being energy efficient is not at the top of most people’s minds when celebrating a holiday. But what was a very happy holiday can turn very sad with the arrival of January bills. This can be prevented.

13th Annual Parade of Lights and Chili Cook-off

The 13th Annual Parade of Lights and Chili Cook-off is scheduled for December 1 at Boot Hill.

Video Helps To Explain Power Restoration

Do you ever wonder why your neighbor gets his/her power restored before you? This simple two-minute video helps explain the method behind power restoration.


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