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For nearly a century, many Camp Tecumseh visitors munched meals at the camp’s first constructed building. Attendees this summer are eating at the camp’s newest – and largest – building.
The camp received support to make the project happen in the latest example of a successful partnership with its local electric cooperative.
A cashier was surprised when a truck driver hauled more than 50 bags of Macedonian snack crisps to the checkout counter.
It wasn’t a delivery. It was a purchase from a new travel center that received support from its local electric cooperative to open its doors and make visitors feel at home.
Years of renovations and expansions left Southwark Metal Manufacturing employees walking around a building shaped like a Z – and a structure that ran out of space as success kept the ductwork manufacturing plant growing.
It led to a new beginning – and support from an electric cooperative welcoming the business to the community.