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ENERGY EFFICIENCY Tip of the Month


Switch to energy-saving halogen incandescent lightbulbs to cut lighting energy use by 25 percent. These bulbs last three times longer than traditional incandescent bulbs and can easily be dimmed. Want to save more? Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and light- emitting diodes (LEDs) cut lighting energy use by at least 75 percent. Learn


more at energysavers.gov. Source: U.S. Department of Energy


Mountain Fork in snow


CEC member John Zimmerman captured this striking image of the Mountain Fork River following a 2009 snowstorm. Zimmerman shot the photo from an overlook in Beavers Bend State Park.


your BEST SHOT


Share your photos with us! Email photos to Jennifer Boling, jboling@choctawelectric. coop. The deadline for the February issue is January 12, 2011. The theme is “LOVE.”


Please include photographer’s name, age, and hometown. If possible, provide details such as where the photo was taken, information about the event


or location, and names of those pictured. Please make a copy of your entry before submitting it—photos will not be returned.


Convenient payment


locations Choctaw Electric Cooperative provides several authorized payment locations. Drop your payment by any of the following businesses during regular office hours:


IDABEL    


ANTLERS   


YouthTour entries due Jan. 27 entries by January 27, 2012. H


Choctaw Electric Cooperative (CEC) will pick three winners to attend the 2012 Youth Tour on June 15- 21, 2012 in Washington DC.


The opportunity is open to all high school juniors in CEC service territory. Students who enter the contest are asked to write a letter to the elected official of their


igh school juniors who are interested in attending the Rural Electric Youth Tour are reminded to turn in their


choice describing a problem or issue that they would like resolved. The letter should explain the problem and its effects, and list at least one possible solution that would require action by the elected official.


Teens are encouraged to visit with their high school counselor for details and entry forms. Information is also available online at www.choctawelectric.coop, or contact Tonia Allred at 800-780-6486, ext. 217.


BROKEN BOW   


CLAYTON 


HUGO  


HOCHATOWN 


VALLIANT  


WRIGHT CITY 


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