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This Week at REC!

Week of May 22, 2017


Crew Work Areas

* New Construction:


* Pole Change outs:


* Facility Retirements:



* Right-of-Way:
Running service requests in multiple areas; maintenance in the Zena, Drowning Creek, Colcord, and Monkey Island areas


* Service Increase:


* System Maintenance:


* Contract Crews:



Member Billing

Cycle 1 bills will be prepared May 5


Cycle 2 bills will be prepared May 12


Cycle 3 bills will be prepared May 19


Cycle 4 bills will be prepared May 26



Connect Card Deals

Blessings in Bloom Flowers & Gifts
247 W. 6th Street
Chelsea, OK 74016

Flower and gift shop specializing in funerals, weddings and proms.
Offer: 10% on all in-store purchases (excluding wire
service orders)



Energy Tip

Adjust the blinds and curtains: a useful way to conserve energy is to lower the blinds and curtains. Close your curtains and shades at night to protect against cold drafts; open them during the day to let in warming sunlight.


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Safety Tip

Bulb wattage matters! Light bulbs with wattages that are too high for the light fixture can overheat the fixture, causing a fire hazard. (ESFI)






Welcome to REC

Hello and welcome to Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative on-line! Whether you are speaking to us by phone, in person at either one of our office locations, or visiting us on-line, we hope our proud tradition of service shines through. Serving the needs of our membership is, and always has been, our number one priority. Thank you for your continued patronage.

energy camp & Youth tour

Energy Camp Essay Contest winners for 2017 are Grace Taylor from Adair, Lea Hency and Shelbie Baker from Bluejacket, and Brady Chenoweth from Welch.


Youth Tour Essay Contest winners are Dylan Mishmash from Afton High School, Elizabeth Wennekamp from Pryor High School, Kylee Massey from Adair High School, and Johanna Greenwood from Vinita High School.


Congratulations to these outstanding students!


returned capital credit checks

Please review the list of returned checks, last names beginning with A through M, to see if your name is on it! If so, please call the cooperative at 800-256-6405 x 9313 to claim your money. <<click here>>


statement of nondiscrimination

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



Saving Energy

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