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NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 2011 PLAY IT SAFE REAL ESTATE IN KIAMICHI COUNTRY


FOR SALE: 11.68 acres on Ridge Road located near Poteau in LeFlore County. The property is approximately 33 miles south of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Utilities are located on the property. 918-658-4929 or 918-658- 4929.


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Ads in the Kiamichi Electric Light Post are FREE. Ads reach over 20,000 rural electric  Pittsburg, Pushmataha and Atoka counties. Get the details below.


TO SUBMIT AN AD:


Please print or type your ad as you would like it to read. The ad must include a telephone number and/or e-mail address, and the approximate location of the property for sale or rent. On the same sheet of paper, please include your name, address, city, state, zip, and telephone number.


The deadline for the January-February issue is January 12, 2011. Submit by mail, fax, or e-mail to Todd Minshall, KEC Light Post, Real Estate Ads:


Mail:


Email: Fax:


PO Box 340 Wilburton, OK 74578


toddm@kiamichielectric.org


918-465-2950 Attn: Todd Minshall


FOR THE HOLIDAYS INVITE SAFETY HOME


t’s easy to get caught up in the hectic pace of holiday entertaining, but don’t overlook safety during the rush. The holiday season marks peak time for 


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First, take time out to test your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms should be installed on every level of the home and outside each sleeping area. Smoke alarms should also be located inside each bedroom. Be  plan with any overnight guests.


Arrange your holiday decorations to avoid overloading electrical outlets with too many lights, cords, or appliances. Inspect all decorations, cords, and outlets for damage before use. Keep electrical cords out of  where they pose a tripping hazard. Don’t damage cords by pinching them or attaching them with staples or nails.


Keep youngsters safe by preparing your home before they arrive. If your home isn’t 'child proof,' install tamper resistant receptacles or use safety covers on all unused electrical outlets. Store breakables, candles, matches, and other potentially dangerous items in inaccessible or


locked areas. Don’t forget to put away small items like buttons, coins, and jewelry, which are a choking hazard. Make sure children are supervised at all times in the kitchen and anywhere space heaters,  Safety doesn’t stop when the party starts: Keep decorations, gifts, and other combustibles at least three feet from heat sources. Never leave the kitchen when something is cooking, and be sure to turn off and unplug decorations before leaving home or going to bed.


Remember, a safe and happy holiday remains the best gift you can give friends and family.


To visit with your co-op about safety issues or schedule a free safety program, please call 800-888-2731 or visit www.kiamichielectric.org.


the Kiamichi Electric Cooperative lightpost


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Kiamichi Electric Cooperative, Inc. BOARD OF TRUSTEES


OFFICERS Larry Culwell President district 7 Richard Medlock Vice President district 2 Don Parr Secretary-Treasurer district 5 Stephen Bryan Executive Vice President-CEO MEMBERS


Robert Williams Dale Shaw David Ray Doug Binns


district 6 district 1 district 4 district 3


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