Part of the community, not just powering the community.
We live here, we work here, and because we love it here, we are actively involved in supporting our communities. That means volunteering in our schools and churches, contributing to local events and organizations, and making a commitment to making life here even better. Other support includes:
This all-important program helps raise funds for local not-for-profit organizations. To date, Arrowhead Electric Cooperative members have helped us contribute over $195,000 in Cook County just by offering to “round up” their bill to the nearest dollar. Those extra pennies add up! Learn more.
Our staff knows how to stay safe around power lines and electrical generators, so we send them into the community to share what they know. If you are interested in having a safety demonstration that includes our, “electric village” to visit your school, church or organization please call our office to schedule a demonstration. We can be reached at 218-663-7239.
Public Use of Our Headquarters
We open our doors to community organizations and allow them to hold meetings here free of charge—both during and after business hours. We’ve got the space, and we’re happy to share it. A nominal fee is charged to for-profit organizations. To schedule your meeting, call 218-663-7239 between 8-4:30, M-F.
Washington D.C. Youth Tour
Like other electric cooperatives around the country, we authorize, organize and pay for a week-long tour of our nation’s capital—and Junior-year students at Cook County High School are eligible to go. It’s a great trip, and we invite you to find out more.
Enjoy money-saving coupons and offers at thousands of national retailers through our Co-op Connections Program. Simply show them your card, and you’ll start saving. View discounts and participating businesses. There’s also a free Pharmacy Discount Program that could save you thousands of dollars each year.
Coal Creek Station Tours
Along with Great River Energy, we offer our members the opportunity to travel to Underwood, North Dakota, to tour Coal Creek Station and Falkirk Mine. Along the way, we’ll also visit the Fort Mandan Visitor Center and take in a little local history. Call for more information.