Lewis County PUD is celebrating Public Power Week Oct. 5th-9th, along with more than 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 48 million Americans.
“Public Power Week celebrates the reliable, affordable electricity Lewis PUD provides to our community,” said the PUD’s Communication Liaison, Corenne Moses. “Public Power Week gives us the chance to emphasize the advantages of locally grown, locally owned power to our ratepayers,” said Moses. “Our service is reliable and safe and we take pride in serving our friends and neighbors,” said Ms. Moses. For 76 years, Lewis PUD has proudly provided power to Lewis County.
Lewis County PUD invites customers to participate in the 28th anniversary of Public Power Week during the business hours on October 5th – 9th, APPA (American Public Power Association) has created a new lineworker superhero mascot. He is inspired by the hard-working heart of public power — the heroes on the front lines of our communities who keep the power on every day. Lewis PUD will have six foot cut-outs at both the Chehalis & Morton Offices, so swing on in and have a picture taken and enjoy a cookie and some punch.