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Jackson Energy employees give back to Ronald McDonald House

Jackson Energy employees helped provide more than $12,300 in donations of money and supplies for the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Lexington and Louisville.

 

Giving back to the Ronald McDonald House

Jackson Energy is collecting supplies for the Ronald McDonald House in Lexington during the month of July and we have a very special reason for supporting the good works they do at the house.

Crews continue repairs from snowstorm damage

Friday morning update

All storm outages were repaired Thursday evening and extra crews were released. A heartfelt thank you to the crews who assisted with repairs and another heartfelt thank you to Jackson Energy members for their patience and understanding while we restored electric service from the storm damage.

Thursday morning update

JEC highlights STEM careers at Estill County school

JACKSON ENERGY Information Systems Technicians Tim Coyle, left, and Justin Spencer, right, showcased technology and engineering careers at the West Irvine Intermediate School STEM Fair.

Working in technology may be a more popular career choice for Estill County students now that they know they can fly drones while they work.

New SmartHub feature allows members to report an outage, notifies them of outages in their area

A new SmartHub app feature - Service Status - provides a convenient way to check on outages. By using the app, members will be notified of outages in their area and they can also report an outage through the app. Here's how it works... When a member opens the SmartHub app, they will see a new feature on the home screen, Service Status.

Members can pay 24/7 at local kiosk

Jackson Energy members now have the option of paying their electric bill close to home at five convenient payment kiosk locations. Kiosks are located at Peg's Food Mart in Mt. Vernon, Price Less Foods in Irvine, Quickie Market in Manchester, Jack's IGA in Beattyville and E.C. Porter's IGA in London. 

JEC employees collect toys for Family Resource Centers

The break room at Jackson Energy's Corporate Office looked a bit like Santa's Workshop when employees sorted toys donated for a holiday toy drive. Dolls, cars, truck, basketballs and games galore helped area Family Resource Centers provide a Merry Christmas for area students this year..

“This is our way of giving back to the families in the communities we serve during the holiday season,” said Jackson Energy President & CEO Carol Wright.

Employees give back to communities with food baskets

 

Jackson Energy employees kicked off the holiday season by filling Thanksgiving food baskets as they ended a day of training in early November.

The employees donated items to assemble 150 food baskets that were distributed throughout the region. Leftover items were donated to the Good Samaritan House Homeless Shelter in London.

Follow safety rules when using a standby generator

 

With winter just around the corner, remember to think safety if you are considering installing a standby generator to keep your household appliances running when Mother Nature takes out the power during snow and ice storms.

Never connect a standby generator into your home's electrical system. There are only two safe ways to connect a standby generator to your equipment.

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