Located in Hammond, Wisconsin, St. Croix Electric Cooperative (SCEC) has been serving members in rural St. Croix County and surrounding areas for nearly 80 years. SCEC was formed on Nov. 5, 1937, as a result of five farmers determined to bring light to the rural landscape. Nearly two years later – May 24, 1939 – electricity was delivered to the first account near Woodville. Today, the Cooperative operates 1,740 miles of distribution lines that serve more than 10,500 member accounts. SCEC strives to help members understand the Cooperative Difference by positively impacting local communities through Commitment to Community grants, scholarships, and offering members rebates and solutions to use energy wisely. Information is shared with members through the spring annual meeting, Energy Lifestyles Magazine (the monthly member newsletter), online and via social media: @StCroixElecCoop (Twitter) and St. Croix County Energizer (Facebook).