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PHOT O CONTEST


“Community Outreach” C


ongratulations to October photo contest winner Billie Jean Been. Next month we want to see pictures


showing “Best of the Fall Season.” Photos are due by October 10th, and will run in the November issue. The winner will receive an Oklahoma Living travel mug. Please visit www.ok-living.coop to submit your photo or send your name, address and name of your electric cooperative, along with a description of the photo, to Oklahoma Living, PO Box 54309, OKC, OK 73154-1309. Photos will not be returned and become the property of Oklahoma Living for use in print and/or on the internet.


Reader’s Favorite


Members from the Oklahoma Food Co-op in a distribution warehouse getting ready to distribute locally-grown food from local producers to their co-op members.


WINNING PHOTO


Kerry Been (holding the nozzle) is the son of of East Central Elec- tric members John and Jackie Been of Tiger Mountain. Kerry is a volunteer fi refi rghter at Dewar Fire Department. Submitted by his wife Billie Jean Been.


Submitted by Stephanie Harding, Choctaw Electric Co-op member. Her Aunt Sarah is a strong advo- cate of Relay for Life and is very active with fund- raisers and several other local small community projects. She works end- less hours making quilts and other items to help support these community projects.


“Witches” pass out candy to more than 250 kids in the com- munity. Submit- ted by J.M. Ellis, Kiamichi Electric Co-op member.


Submitted by Blayne Arthur, Central Rural Electric Co-op member. An Oklahoma Ag Lead- ership Program doing community service during a session in Stillwater. This group was helping with clean up the Payne County Youth Shelter.


Raiden Guthery, a Central Rural Electric Co-op member was a summer intern at St. Louis Dream Center (Acceler- ate Internship Program). She helped with the “Kids Jam” outreach in low- income areas of St. Louis.


Employees of elec- tric cooperatives in Oklahoma reach out to children and adults at the Annual Special Olympics Summer Games in Stillwater.


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