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Harmon Electric Hi-Lites Now Offers Digital Version You now have the option of viewing the Harmon Electric Hi-Lites newsletter online! Harmon

Electric Association, Inc. and the statewide electric cooperative magazine, Oklahoma Living, offer digital versions of the monthly publication beginning this month. Our newsletter is viewable as a digital insert within the digital version of Oklahoma Living. To view the electronic file, go to: On the right hand side of the Oklahoma Living, you will see tabbed links to your local news-

letter as well as newsletters from other cooperatives around the state. You can go straight to the digital edition of Harmon Electric Hi-Lites by clicking on the Harmon tab or you can flip through the pages of Oklahoma Living until you get to Harmon Electric’s newsletter. The pages actually “flip” much like if you were reading an actual magazine. There are also highlighted links within feature stories, news articles, and ads. When viewing

the digital edition, you can click on any highlighted link and it will take you directly to the business or advertiser’s website, putting more information conveniently at your fingertips.

Members will also continue to receive the printed version of the Harmon Electric Hi-Lites. Be sure to visit the Oklahoma Living link above and check out the August issue of the Harmon Electric Hi-Lites.

School Days, School Days, Good Ole Golden Rule Days By now, school is back in session and kids, parents and

teachers are settled into a regular routine. This routine needs to include some safety practices to help keep kids safe during the school year. Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind. • Make sure your child knows their complete name, address and phone number.

• Make sure they have identification on them and enough money or a phone card to make a telephone call. Remind them that the “Operator” and “911” do not require money to access.

• Accompany your children to and from the bus stop or find a reliable person to take over when you can’t be available or to alternate days or weeks with.

• Teach your child to make sure the bus driver is fully aware of where your child is before they walk in front of the bus. Children should never bend down in front of the bus to pick something up or tie their shoe.

• Teach your child to cross the street at a corner, using crosswalks and traffic signals. Children are not to run out into the street or cross in between parked cars.

• Establish a safe route for your child to use going to school. Avoid vacant lots, wooded areas, construction sites, and streets that are not well populated or lit.

• Teach them to always walk with a friend, never alone.

• Keep your child informed as to who will be picking them up and what to do if there is no one there to pick them up when school is dismissed. It wouldn’t be a bad idea to have a password and to teach your children not to go with anyone that doesn’t know that password. Change it periodically and for sure change it if it has had to be used.

• Make a mental note of what your child is wearing every day. • Do not allow children to carry valuable items to and from school. This could make them a target for bullying.

• Always know where your child is, who they are with, and what they are doing.

• Safety tips for drivers or for parents to teach their teen drivers: • Slow down and be especially alert in residential areas and designated school zones.

• Take extra time to look for children at intersections, on curbs and on medians.

• Enter and exit driveways and alleys slowly and carefully. • Watch for children on and near the road in the morning and after school hours.

• Eliminate any distractions inside your car so you can concentrate on the road and your surroundings. DO NOT be talking on your phone or texting while driving.

Let’s all have a safe and wonderful school year!!!

3rd Annual Cotton Pickin’ Festival Saturday, October 8, 2011

• Car Cruise (Friday Evening) • Food • Parade (Saturday, 10:00 a.m.) • Moon Jump • Car Burn Out • Arts & Crtafts

• Opry Play • Vendors

More information to follow in the October Hi-Lites. Mark your calendars and join us for the fun!!!

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