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This Week at REC!

Week of April 13, 2015

 

Crew Work Areas

* New Construction:
Vinita and Afton areas

 

* Pole Change outs:

Fairland, Monkey Island, Vinita, and Afton areas

 

* Facility Retirements:

N/A

 

* Right-of-Way:
Running service requests in multiple areas; maintenance in west of Big Cabin, north of Adair, south of Chelsea, and south of Grove areas

 

* Service Increase:

N/A


* System Maintenance:
Port Duncan and Quail Run areas

 

* Contract Crews:

N/A

 


Member Billing

Cycle 1 bills will be prepared April 6

 

Cycle 2 bills will be prepared April 13

 

Cycle 3 bills will be prepared April 20

 

Cycle 4 bills will be prepared April 27

 

 

Co-op Sponsored Events

* Tune in to FM KGVE 99.3 each Saturday morning from 9:05 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. to hear Doug Rye’s “Home Remedies” show.

 

 

Connect Card Deal

Grand Lake Fast Lube; 1927 N. 3rd St., Langley; 918-782-1141; 50% discount on tire totation with any oil change and 15% discount on any auto detail.

 

 

Energy Tip

Don't stand with the refrigerator door open. Every time it is opened, up to 30% of the cooled air can escape.

 

Find more ways to save at TogetherWeSave.com.

 

 

Safety Tip

All of these items pose a potential risk when used near power lines: ladders, antennas, boat sail masts, fishing poles, pool cleaning poles, and kites. Please look up and stay AT LEAST 10 feet from any overhead line.

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Welcome to REC

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Congratulations in order

Youth Tour--We had some tremendous area youth meet with our board of trustees last night as part of the Youth Tour selection process. Six kids – representing four counties – were the top contributors to our 2015 Youth Tour essay contest and made the board’s decision very difficult. In the end, Whitney Lawson of Vinita High School will represent Craig County, Rachel Wallis of Pryor High School will represent Mayes County, Cheyenne Houck of Grove High School will represent Delaware County, and Christian Folks of Miami High School will represent Ottawa County. Should one of the above individuals not be able to attend, Carsyn Spurgeon of Vinita High School was selected as a first alternate and Courtney Stott of Pryor High School was selected as a second alternate.

 

Scholarships--Winners of the $1,000 REC college scholarship for 2015 have been selected. They are: Chloe Price of Jay (Delaware County), Collin Sanders of Vinita (Craig County), Hannah Barker of Commerce (Ottawa County), and Alexis Holleyman of Salina (Mayes County). Congratulations to these outstanding students!

 

Energy Camp--Energy Camp essays have been judged! The winners are – drum roll, please – Remington Ward (Locust Grove Schools), Tiffany Ayres (Bluejacket Schools), Tanner Taylor (Adair Schools) and Patrick Hallacy (Afton Schools). Congratulations to these students!

 

returned capital credit checks 2014

A new list of returned capital credit checks is available here for last names beginning with A - M. Checks were mailed in September 2014, but returned for insufficient or out-of-date addresses. Please view the names and if your name appears on the list, please call the cooperative at 800-256-6405 x 9313 to claim your money.

 

<<Click here to view the list>>

 

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. <<Click here>> to read the full nondiscrimination statement.

 

 

Saving Energy

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