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JANUARY 2012 Closed for training


published monthly for members of Kiwash Electric Cooperative, Inc.


A SUPPLEMENT TO OKLAHOMA LIVING


Kiwash kicks off Youth Tour contest Two high school juniors could win free trip to D.C.


iwash Electric employees will visit local high schools this month to promote interest in the


2012 Rural Electric Youth Tour. Kiwash will sponsor two high school juniors to attend Youth Tour, a one week, all expenses paid trip to Washington D.C.


Youth Tour delegates visit numerous historic sites, museums, memorials,


meet our MINI MEMBERS


Share pictures of your "mini members" in the Kiwash Kilowatt. Our theme for February is "Puppy Love." Please send photos by January 10, 2012 to Mini Members, Kiwash Electric Cooperative, 120 W. 1st Street, Cordell, OK 73632, or email images to lwillard@kiwash.coop. Please include your name, phone number, children’s names, parent's names, and hometown. If possible provide a few details about the photo. Sorry, images cannot be returned.


BILL PAYMENT LOCATIONS


Kiwash Electric 120 W. 1st Street Cordell, Oklahoma


Pay online:


www.kiwash.coop Custer City Hall


Custer City, Oklahoma


First National Bank Thomas, Oklahoma


From left, Gage Miller, son of Bill and Amie Miller; Dawson Willard, son of Wayne and Lisa Willard; Raydon Kuehne, son of Rob and Nikki Kuehne; Ellie Willard, daughter of Wayne and Lisa Willard; and Kray Rogers, son of Kale and Jana Rogers; all from Cordell.


cathedrals and cultural attractions in and around Washington D.C. They also learn about government,  and democracy while making new friends that will last a lifetime.


Kiwash Electric Youth Tour winners are selected based on quiz scores and a brief personal interview. The quiz tests their knowledge of electric cooperatives. Four top-scoring


 banquet where they are interviewed by Youth Tour judges. Winners are announced at the conclusion of the banquet.


Youth Tour application forms and resource information will be delivered to local high schools this month. For more details, please visit www.youthtour.coop, or contact Lisa Willard at 888-832-3362.


Kiwash Electric Cooperative will close on Monday, January 16, 2012 for all-employee training. To report a service problem during this time, please call 888-832-3362.


Above, Rhett Putman and Drayton Maddox. Rhett is the son of Robert and Wendy Putman, Cordell. Drayton is the son of Danny and Karissa Maddox, Merritt.


Kaitlin Kuehne and Raydon Kuehne enjoy the snow. Their parents are Nikki and Rob Kuehne of Cordell.


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