Let’s squeeze the COIVD-19 lemon to make lemonade and plant the seeds for a better future. Thank you for interest in the cooperative's actions to make people's lives better. Please scroll down to view present and past information. You are invited to use our drive-up facilities for full service. If you need to enter the main office building in Bloomfield or Sikeston for additional services, we have these cool pagers - similar to what restaurants use - to alert you when it is socially acceptable to enter the building. Thank you for working with us to protect you and us.
by Sean J. Vanslyke - email@example.com
It has been an incredible month at SEMO Electric Cooperative and GoSEMO Fiber. We delivered 720 summer meals for children, we surpassed 4,300 high-speed fiber Internet installations, we mailed checks totaling $73,000 to help 105 students attend trade school or college, we hosted our first drive-thru annual meeting and we had Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt visit our office. All of these things despite COVID-19. Team SEMO keeps pushing forward.
2020 continues to throw curve balls and we, as the larger community, continue to hit them. We are evolving, adapting and adjusting to our new normal. Each of us are leaders at home, at work and in the community. We make positive changes happen by the choices we make every day. It’s our choice.
It’s strange how life can change so quickly. What’s stranger is how life can change so quickly for all us at the same time. The past three months have proven we are capable of making real-time adjustments to our daily lives.
COVID-19 has changed our lives. Hopefully, we are closer to our family, our friends and our co-workers. Hopefully, we might have more respect for each other’s plight in life. As my friend George Stuteville said, “Perhaps it may be that separation will cause us to know each other better and appreciate each other’s abilities.”