Campers will spend their days horseback riding, canoeing, zip-lining, swimming, learning about electrical safety, and even taking bucket truck rides! 2017 applications are due February 20. For more information, contact Jennifer Barger at 574-267-6331.Camp Application
History will come alive as they explore museums, memorials and monuments, and meet with Indiana legislators. This annual trip takes place every June, and is open to high school juniors who are the dependents of KREMC members. 2017 trip applications are due February 20. For more information, contact Jennifer Barger at 574-267-6331.Youth Tour Application
Kosciusko REMC awards six $1,000 scholarships to specially selected high school seniors, current college students, or current graduate students each year. Scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, financial need, community involvement, and leadership skills. Through an independent judging panel, applicants are screened and interviewed to determine the recipients of these funds.
The scholarship was named in honor of John H. Anglin, who served as the Chairman of the Kosciusko REMC board of directors for 29 years.
Applicants must be a member or the dependent of a member of KREMC. Application deadline is April 29, 2016.Scholarship Application
Kosciusko REMC came on board as a presenting sponsor of this event in 2008, and helped create this fun day of safety-related games, shows, and activities – all offered free to visitors. More than 4,000 people attend the event every year.
Held annually on the second Saturday in September at Warsaw’s Center Park and Pavilion, the event features activities ranging from bucket truck rides, law dog demonstrations, fire department zip lines, safety shows, emergency vehicle displays, helicopter landings and take-offs, and much more. The event features safety tips and hints related to electricity, fire, water safety, first aid, train safety, health information, stranger danger, drug and alcohol abuse, and much more.
All activities are free. We hope to see you there!