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Victory Electric Offers 10 $1,000 Scholarships for Second Year

The Victory Electric Cooperative Assn., Inc., is offering scholarships again for high school seniors and current college students. In the spring, Victory Electric will award ten $1,000 scholarships to its members or their dependents.

December Scam Alert

Callers have said that Victory Electric had a power surge and asking for account information. Please know, if a Victory Electric employee contacts you by phone, it is the policy of Victory Electric to NEVER request confidential, personal financial information – like a credit card number or checking/savings routing and account numbers.

Parade of Lights and Chill Cook-off Draws Crowd

The 15th Annual Christmas Parade of Lights and Chili Cook-off was held last night in Dodge CIty. 
    Sponsored by the Dodge City Daily Globe, Boot Hill, Victory Electric, the City of Dodge CIty, Main Street, True Value and Q97, the events attracted hundreds of visitors to Dodge City. 

Victory Electric Announces 2017 Youth Tour Winners

Victory Electric is sponsoring four local high school juniors to participate in our 2017 Youth Tour programs this summer. 

Alec Coast, Cimmaron, and Roxana Arjon, Dodge City, will attend the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington, D.C., in June. 

During Youth Tour, the students will join 1,700 youth from across the nation in Washington, D.C. Participants will visit monuments and other attractions, as well as visit Capitol Hill to learn more about how our government works. 

Victory Gives Back to Local Schools

Victory Electric donated pumpkins to Northwest Elementary. Each student picked their own pumpkin to take home. This is one way Victory 

Victory Electric and CoBank Award “Sharing Success” Grant to Depot Theater

The Victory Electric Cooperative, Assn., Inc., is pleased to announce the Depot Theater Company in Dodge City as the recipient of this year’s Victory/CoBank “Sharing Success” Grant. Depot Theater Check Presentation

Aug. 18 Declared Kansas Electric Cooperatives Day

In the late 1930's, cooperatives were being organized across the Sunflower State to bring electricity to farms, homes and businesses and dramatically improve the quality of life in rural Kansas.  There were many organizational and operational challenges common across the fledgling industry so in order to efficiently and effectively meet those needs, seven electric cooperative leaders chartered a membership association called Kansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (KEC) on August 18, 1941. 

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