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MARCH 2012 GOOD THINGS TO KNOW MONTHLY REPORT


Free health clinic All ages, all ailments


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f you’ve been putting off that checkup because you can’t afford the doctor visit, there’s a local program you should know about.


The Pushmataha County Baptist Churches sponsors a free health clinic that is open to the public.


The clinic takes place from 6:30 pm


to 9 pm on the last Thursday of every month at the Antlers Nursing Home.


Visitors of all ages are encouraged to drop in for a visit with medical staff that include an on-site doctor and several nurses. The clinic is able to help patients with serious health complaints as well as those suffering more common ailments or simply needing a checkup.


Free transportation to and from the clinic is provided by volunteers from the Darwin Baptist Church.


For more information on the free medical clinic or to arrange transportation, please contact Paul Webster at 580-298-9854.


CEC Kilowatt Kids Camp sets dates Enroll at any CECoffice


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hoctaw Electric Cooperative employees are making plans for the 2012 CEC Kilowatt Kids Camp.


The half-day camp for third graders


will take place from 8:30 am until 11:30 am at CEC offices in Idabel and Hugo on the following dates


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Enrollment forms are available at any CEC office or online at www..choctawelectric. coop. For more details about Kilowatt Kids Camp, please call Jia Johnson or Brad Kendrick at 800-780-6486, ext 248.


SCHOOL Lane


Farris


Bennington Grant Swink


Boswell


Ft. Towson Soper Hugo


Whitesboro Forest Grove Lukfata Glover


Denison


Holly Creek Idabel


Haworth Valliant


Eagletown Smithville Wright City Battiest


Broken Bow Nashoba Rattan Clayton Antlers Moyers


TOTALS


95% paid to schools 5% paid to state 100% paid by CEC


$66,234.76 $3,486.04 $69,720.80


SOURCE: OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION


$449,687.38 $23,667.76 $473,355.14


CURRENT MONTH $10.22


$2,165.75 $159.25


$2,580.66 $440.94


$1,585.03 $3,447.50 $2,544.61 $4,144.09 $184.13


$1,415.75 $1,048.27 $1,222.37 $891.72


$1,181.69 $2,327.12 $4,926.87 $3,388.50 $1,794.22 $3,590.94 $1,880.59 $3,639.72 $4,928.22 $1,355.21 $5,544.03 $1,036.89 $6,636.07 $2,164.40


YEAR-TO-DATE $69.38


$14,703.91 $1,081.23 $17,520.87 $2,993.67 $10,761.23 $23,406.10 $17,276.09 $28,135.47 $1,250.09 $9,611.92 $7,117.00 $8,299.03 $6,054.14 $8,022.82 $15,799.53 $33,449.98 $23,005.54 $12,181.48 $24,379.99 $12,767.91 $24,711.16 $33,459.12 $9,200.92 $37,640.07 $7,039.76 $45,054.22 $14,694.75


Rural Electric taxes collected


for local schools (For January 2012 collections)


Choctaw Electric Cooperative gross receipts taxes are collected by the state and distributed to local schools. The amount each school receives is based on the number of miles of CEC line in the school district. Ninety-five percent is distributed to schools. The remaining five percent is retained by the state.


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