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Shine On
We’ve adapted to keep power flowing

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The holidays might look a little different in Co-op Country this year, and gatherings may be smaller because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but we at Magic Valley Electric Cooperative will be here to help your holidays shine bright, however you may celebrate. Most December traditions will endure thanks to your co-op’s hardworking employees and reliable power.

If your outdoor light display is your way of showing the community that you still have love and hope in your heart, co-op power will ensure it shines bright along with your Christmas tree. The glow of those twinkling tree lights may seem extra reassuring this year.

You can rely on us to provide the electricity you need to prepare your Christmas dinner, even if it’s for a smaller group than you’re used to hosting. During these times, an intimate family meal can mean a lot to the whole household.

And co-op power will keep your house warm all winter so you’re comfortable if you’re celebrating the holidays at home. Of course—since it’s Texas—if you need your air conditioner during the holiday season instead, you can rest assured you’ll have electricity for that, too.

If you’re catching up on Christmas movies, Magic Valley will power your TV and DVD player or streaming device, and your internet equipment, too. You might be able to use this time at home to introduce your children to your family’s favorite flicks.

If your church plans to stream its Christmas service instead of congregating in person, Magic Valley will keep your screens, tablets and viewing devices bright. Attending a religious service virtually might not be quite the same as being there in person, but it can still lift the spirits and remind us of the reason for the season.

You’ll be able to charge your phone, too, with power from your co-op, so you can keep up those conversations, video chats and connections with all those who cannot be home for Christmas.

Yes, the holidays will look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean they won’t shine bright.

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