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Community Commitment


Nate Burns and Bob Venters do an electrical safety demonstration for the Dighton Grade Schoool 5th and 6th graders.



Lane-Scott Electric linemen help Dighton Grade School students plant a tree by using their digger truck to dig the hole.

Lane-Scott Electric assembled new playground equiptment for the students at Lincoln Primary, Dighton.

Community involvement is important to cooperatives like Lane-Scott Electric. In fact, it is one of the guiding principles that shape the way we do business. At Lane-Scott Electric, community involvement goes further than being a good corporate citizen. It means looking beyond our business to support other local businesses and communities.

Serving our members means serving our communities

At an organizational level, we are active in the communities we serve through sponsorships and donations. Our youth programs include scholarships, annual educational trips for students, electric car races and Junior Board of Trustees.


Dighton High School Electric Car Race Team: left to right, Derke Smith, Casey Beesley, TJ Penka, Matt Jones, Coach Alan Berndt, Jesse Beesley, Kohl Gridley and Dillon Linenberger.

Top Right Photo: Dillon Linenberger, driver of the #40 car lines up to go racing at the Kansas Motor Speedway.

Bottom Right Photo: Derek Smith, driver of the #140 car on the starting grid at Kansas Motor Speedway.


We also partner with local businesses and organizations to help support regional economic growth. Through Rural Economic Development grants and loans, we contribute to growing the economic base in western Kansas and keeping jobs and services in our communities.



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