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Regional Touchstone Energy Media Day Event a Success Community Involvement


Touchstone Energy Cooperatives from across Northeastern Oklahoma joined in helping spon-    Energy Media Day. This year’s event was held in Tahlequah at Northeast- ern State University. The - ed by coachesaid.com and Touchstone Energy Cooperatives


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     teams from Northeastern  The event gave schools an opportunity to introduce their team to the entire state through on-air interviews that are available on coache- said.com. One of the main attractions was the Touchstone Energy Electric Cooperatives booth, which set up a photo opportunity for the teams. The photos have been uploaded, if you are interested in the photos they are available for free download at www.coachesaid.com. Talking to reporters was not the only thing to do at this event. Upon arrival, players and coaches were given gift bags with a free shirt and a chance to visit with vendors. All athletes and coaches were entered in a prize drawing for several Apple TV’s and a Sony


Left to right: Saharra Henson, Kara Linch, Kelsey Leach, Coach Jake Tanner, Megan Towie and Jessica Bluebird. Tahlequah- Sequoyah Coach Jake Tanner won the Sony Video Camera coaches prize.


Left to right: LREC Marketing Director Stanley Young, Keys High School Senior Cody Ryals, and Keys Principal Billie Jordan. Cody received an Apple TV prize for attending Touchstone Energy Media Day.


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The athletes and coaches in attendance were also treated to an entertaining leadership showcase from re-  advice from decorated Air Force Captain, Alan D. Mi- lacek, as well as food, fun and hospitality. Every team in the area was invited to attend Media


 year to host this event as a regional Media Day.


Don’t Let Electrical Hazards Haunt Halloween!


Halloween is the most festively frightening night of the year. Do not mix your Halloween Holiday with danger. Here are some safety reminders:


As you are decorating, make sure you check for cracked sockets, frayed, loose or bare wires, and loose connections. 


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Make sure all outdoor electrical lights and decorations are plugged into an outlet protected with a ground   strands of lights.


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Leave the porch light on for trick-or-treaters, and be sure to turn out all spooky lights and decorations before leaving home or going to bed. This will also save energy. For more tips visit www.SafeElectricity.org.


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Keep power cords off walkways and porches that trick-or-treaters may use. You don’t want them to trip.


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Make sure decorative lighting is well-ventilated, protected from weather, and remains a safe distance from any- 


Photos by: Larry Mattes


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