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Lake Region’s Online Outage Web Map Lake Region Electric Cooperative has made real-


time information on power outages available on its website at www.lrecok.coop. The online web map of Lake Region’s service ter-


ritory displays different options on viewing outages by substations, counties, or zip codes. The informa- tion used by the cooperative’s outage management system to track outages is the same information members can view through the outage web map. The web map highlights the areas effected with different colors representing the amount of members affected by the outage. To protect member’s privacy and se- curity, the outage map tool does not display outage lo-      address or house. When outages are oc-


curring, the outage web map is updating constantly with up-to-date live outage numbers. The online outage web map was designed with many audiences - dia, and most important, the members who want to check the cooperative’s system when the weather gets rough.


To report an outage, keep this number handy 918-772-2526 or 1-800-364-LREC. The cooperative outage management system recognizes your phone number if we have it on record and you can report your outage automatically by pressing a few buttons. Please to update your 2911605 account records, so our automated phone system can recognize your phone number.


Operation Round-Up Helping Our Neighb bers dollar each month. Each participant donates an average of $6 a


year, nearly all of which goes directly toward meeting local needs.


For participating members, it is only small change, 1 cent to 99 cents per month, but when you multiply that by the thousands of generous LREC members who participate in Operation  our local community.


The Operation Round-Up Foundation met during their regular business meeting, held on October 26, 2011, to approve 16 grants. These


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Through the Operation Round-Up program, mem- voluntarily


“round-up” their electric bills to the nearest


grants have provided medical care and equip- ment, food, clothing, housing, educational as- sistance and many other needed services and products. During the October meeting, grants were awarded to:


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The Bedouin Shrine Transportation Fund was awarded $10,000.


The Blue Star Mothers (Wagoner Chapter) was awarded $3,000 for postage.


Cherokee County Christian Ministerial Alli- ance was awarded $2,000 for the home reloca- tion fund.


Cherokee County Interlocal was awarded $200 for a science fair.


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Lowrey 8th grade class for a trip to Branson, Misso


An individual was award 


Porter FFA was awarde evaluation team trip to Indi


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 mas angel tree and coat dri


Wagoner County Exten ship was awarded $1,000   Capital.


Wagoner Public Schools for their after school back-


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