ach year, more than 2,000 community-owned utilities, like Muscoda Utilities, across the nation observe Public Power Week during the first full week of October. Public Power Week is a celebration of these not-for-profit electric utilities that proudly serve the electric power needs of about 40 million Americans - or almost 15 percent of electricity consumers.
Every public power system is different due to its community's population, geography, climate, natural resources, economy, and local government structure. However, all public power systems have in common their purpose: to provide adequate, reliable, not-for-profit electricity at a reasonable price with proper protection of the environment.
Muscoda Utilities celebrates the importance of public power each year. See the attached on energy savings tips and how to prevent frozen water pipes,
2020 Power Week Winners
The pandemic has caused the utilities to change how Public Power is celebrated. In the past we’ve had luncheons, cheese and crackers, hot chocolate, or cookies and names were drawn for gifts.
This year we opted to have a drawing for customers to receive $50.00 towards their utility bill.
The following customers’ names were drawn, Congratulations to each of them!
Bonita Ewing ~ David Reshan ~ United Presbyterian ~ Thomas Waalkens ~ Michelle Skreczko ~ Charles McClary ~ Diane Imhoff ~ Jonada Kohlmeyer
Terry Sage ~ Kevin Biba ~ Jesse Ewing ~ Sherri Bird ~ Anne Hagenston ~ Mike Elder ~ Kevin Drone ~ Mareeta Kolman ~ Morgan Dobbs ~ Maxine Anderson
Monte Slapak ~ Jim/Rose McCann ~ Matthew Flak ~ Dale Spies ~ Jason / Lester Brown ~ Don Shemak ~ Buddy Dowling ~ Shirley Standish ~ Larry Walsh
Rebecca Koch ~ Helen Biba ~ SWCAP-Headstart ~ John Youngbauer ~ Tenny Burtsfield ~ Crystal Peterson ~ Eric Johnson ~ Bryon Dobson
Terrance/Cherri Kalish-Vosberg ~ Wayne Dieter ~ Thomas Pierick ~ Brad Westerwelle/Sadie Stocks ~ Karen Ernst
Thank you: To all our Utility Customers and to James Schwingle for the drawing of the names.