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PAGE 12 MARCH 2012 CEC EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT


RECYCLE Keep SE Oklahoma clean!


Meet your Choctaw Electric cashiers


When you call Choctaw Electric Cooperative, do you ever wonder who you’re speaking to? Those friendly voices belong to your Choctaw Electric Cooperative cashiers. They take bill payments, handle connects and disconnects, answer questions about usage, and perform a number of other important tasks. Take a moment to get to know your cashiers. They are happy to serve you.


Southeast Oklahoma offers several recycling locations for your convenience.


 Choctaw County


A-Z Recycling Hugo, OK


580-326-4277 Accepts: Metal only


Choctaw Electric Cooperative Hugo, OK


800-780-6486


Accepts: Broken or used compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs)


 Pushmataha County-


Southern Disposal Located 2.5 miles s. of Antlers 580-298-3729


Accepts: All types of metal, paper, cardboard, batteries and tires. (There is a charge for tires) No glass or plastic recycling, but they will dispose of it for you.


McCurtain County


OK Wood Fiber Located next to the Chamber of Commerce in Idabel 580-286-5035


Accepts: Cardboard and paper.


McCurtain County Extension 108B-N Central Avenue, Idabel 580-286-7558


Accepts: Broken or used compact fluorescent bulbs


Thank you for recycling!


Waconda Holiman is a nine-year employee of the Antlers office.


Mary Ann Webb has worked in the Idabel office for five years.


Shonda Hendon is a 28-year co- op employee who works in the Idabel office.


Deana Lawless has worked in the Hugo office for three years.


Karen Cooper works in the Hugo office, a position she has held for the past six years.


Did you know... QUICK FACTS ABOUT YOUR ELECTRIC CO-OP


Even as early as the 1940s, Choctaw Electric Cooperative worked to help co-op members get the most for their electricity dollar. Cooperative employees helped


members figure their heating and duct work needs, and recommended the proper equipment to update or install in new homes.


SOURCE: Turning the Lights On in Southeast Oklahoma, published by Choctaw Electric Cooperative.


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