Are You Prepared?

It may feel like the 2021 hurricane season just ended however the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is quickly approaching and will officially begin on June 1. JOEMC encourages all our members to prepare now for potential storms. North Carolina is one of the leading states for overall damage from hurricanes and living on the coast…

Tree Trimming Improves Service for All

One of the things I love best about our community is the natural beauty surrounding us. We are fortunate to have so many trees that offer beauty, shade, and a habitat for birds and other wildlife. I’m sure you appreciate our community for many of the same reasons. At JOEMC, we strive to balance maintaining beautiful surroundings and ensuring a reliable power supply by keeping power lines clear in rights-of-way (ROW). While…

Area Students Headed to D.C. This Summer

Four high school juniors— Brianna Azok (Swansboro High), Cameron Askins, Pearl Floyd, and Makena Johnson (all from Jacksonville High) will be heading to our nation’s capital this summer for a visit. They will represent JOEMC at this year’s Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. Each year, more than 1,800 student leaders from electric cooperatives like ours visit Washington, D.C.,…

Plug Into Safety

May is Electrical Safety Month Electricity is something we often take for granted. Because it’s so intertwined into our daily lives, from powering smartphones to providing lighting in even the most obscure locations, we can often forget the dangers that come with it. When not properly installed or respected, there are significant risks of injury…

2022 Annual Meeting

Did you miss the 2022 Jones-Onslow EMC Virtual Annual Meeting on March 25? Well, no need to worry. You can watch the entire meeting on our website at https://www.joemc.com/2022-annual-meeting/. While watching this year’s meeting, you will learn about the happenings of your cooperative, and you might even see your name on the prize list for…