Mayfield Electric & Water Systems hosted a back to school give-a-way for customers who registered for a free online usage monitoring account. Mrs. Kayla Cole was the lucky winner of our backpack filled with school supplies. Congratulations Kayla, we hope the children returning to school enjoy their prize!

Mayfield Electric & Water Systems’ and TVA proudly made it possible for Mayfield Middle School students to attend the Challenger Learning Center in Paducah, Ky. The Challenger Learning Center is part of a network of centers around the world promoting STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education for a learning experience beyond the classroom. These students were able to participate in hands on science experiments and team building activities in order to complete their mission to the moon. The mission was a complete success, allowing 127 students to attend. The students said the experience was both challenging and fun!

Mayfield Electric & Water Systems, the Graves County Water District, and our participating customers are proud to present the Mayfield-Graves County Need line and Food Panty with a contribution amount of $2,009.29 through our customer round up program. The picture to the right shows Customer Service Representative, Meagan Arnold presenting the 2017 contributions to Director Jackie Herndon and Board Member Bob Sims. The program rounds participants utility bills to the next highest dollar and the change collected is distributed to the Mayfield–Graves County Need Line and Food Pantry. The money collected goes right back into our OWN community to have an immediate impact on our neighbors and friends. Any customer who would like to participate in our Round-Up program stop by our office and get signed up today. Your small change can make a big difference!

For more than 40 years the American Water Works Association and its members have celebrated National Drinking Water Week during the first full week of May. This week provides unique opportunities for both water professionals and the communities they serve to join together in recognizing the vital role water plays in our daily lives.

Summer is coming, and the heat is on its way. Rising temperatures could mean the resurgence of rising electric bills. MEWS encourages our customers to take advantage of our free online usage monitoring tool, called MyUsage. MyUsage, allows post and prepaid customers to understand how their behavior affects daily usage and puts the power of knowledge at their fingertips. Creating a usage monitoring account will allow you to monitor monthly, weekly, daily and even hourly usage. By tracking electrical consumption, customers can also see how the weather can directly impact their consumption. The MyUsage portal displays an onscreen temperature chart to show you the consumption and the temperatures allowing you to see the correlation.