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PHOT O CONTEST


“Take Me Out to the Ball Game” C


ongratulations to April’s photo contest winners Randall and Kara Cavitt! Next month we want to see pictures showing “Grad- uations.” Photos are due by April 10th, and will run in the May issue. Readers have the oppor- tunity to vote every month for their favorite photo from the top three submissions at www.facebook. com/OklahomaLivingMagazine. The winner will receive an Oklahoma Living travel mug. Please visit www.ok-living.coop to submit your photo or send your name, address and name of your electric cooperative, along with a descrip- tion of the photo, to Oklahoma Living, P.O. Box 54309, OKC, OK 73154-1309. Photos will not be returned and become the property of Oklahoma Living for use in print and/or on the Internet. OL


Dawson has his eye on the ball, ready for anything to come his way. Dawson is the son of Skye and Warren Custer and Randy and Lindy Sires, all members of Oklahoma Electric Co-op. Submitted by Verna Wood.


Click here to view Honorable Mention pictures from the photo contest. Access our digital edition at www.ok-living.coop or download our FREE app.


Left: Tinsley got dressed for the oc- casion to watch her brother Colton play ball. Photo submitted by Kim Messimore, member of Verdi- gris Valley Electric Co-op.


Reader’s Favorite


Little Slug- ger Gunner is a future “MVP” ac- cording to parents Seth and Lacy Savage.


The Savage family is a member of Caddo Elec- tric Co-op.


Brothers Glen, Rex, and Jim Deatherage played base- ball at Verden, Okla. in the 1930s. Jim would recall walking seven miles into town to play, playing all day in a tournament, then walking seven miles home! All for love of the game! Jim is the father of Verna Wood, who submitted the photo, and Rex and Glen are her uncles. Wood is a member of Oklahoma Electric Cooperative.


Eufaula senior Brady Colbert throws a pitch for the state runner-up Ironheads. Photo submit- ted by Tony Downing, member of East Central Electric Co- op.


Jake wears sister Josey’s helmet while sitting with the team on the bench. Submitted by parents Randall and Kara Cavitt, members of Red River Valley Rural Electric Association.


Duke trades the dog house for the “do- gout.” Photo submitted by Jessica Smith and Hunger McDowell, members of Central Rural Electric Co-op.


Left: 5-year-old Ryan Moore has his eye on the ball at his fi rst t-ball prac- tice. Submitted by Roger & Renita Moore, Northeast Oklahoma Co- op members.


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Ross, Emily, Ashton and Kennedy enjoy some Major League Baseball in Arlington, TX. Ashton and Kennedy are the grandchildren of Bo and Lorrie McKee members of Choctaw Electric Co-op.


Chad takes a delayed 7th inning stretch with his trophy after winning a tournament. Submitted by parents Steve and Paula Meadows, members of Kiamichi Elec- tric Co-op.


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