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Capital CreditsLittle River is able to return capital credits to its members after the board has determined the cooperative’s finances are sound. Capital credit funds are derived from margins, money your cooperative has left over at the end of the year after the co-op has received all revenue and paid expenses.

Little River Electric is holding unclaimed capital credits for members or former members. If you received service from LRECI and your name is on the searchable database, please let us know.


Introducing SmartHub

On the go and in control! We’ve been talking about it the past few months and, finally, SmartHub is here and ready to work for you. What is SmartHub? It’s an innovative tool for account management. SmartHub has several features that make managing your account as easy as possible. Whether through the web, on your […]

Operation Round Up: An easy way to help

For small change, members make a big difference Little River members have an easy way to make a difference in their community through Operation Round Up. “In 2022, members contributed nearly $35,000 to help their neighbors in need,” says Tricia Smith, the co-ops’ member services and communications director. “That’s the cooperative spirit in action. And […]

Returning to college? Scholarships for women available

Applications are now open for the Jenny Ballard Opportunity Scholarship, a one-time award available to adult female members of Little River Electric Cooperative whose pursuit of a college degree has been interrupted or delayed. Sponsored by Women Involved in Rural Electrification (WIRE)—a service organization associated with South Carolina’s electric cooperatives—the $2,500 scholarship is based on […]

LREC presents check to McCormick County

In February, Little River Electric CEO Jeff Lewis (second from left) and Board President Bill Davis (far right) presented a check for $125,000 to McCormick County councilman Charles Jennings (third from left) and Western S.C. Economic Development Partnership board president Will Williams (far left) through the cooperative’s participation in the EDP. These funds are in […]