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The Chouteau Fire Depart- ment is represented by four of its firefighters in accepting a grant from Northeast Okla- homa Electric Cooperative’s Operation Round-Up Trust Foundation. Amy Claborn, coordinator for the founda- tion, presented the grant to the department. The donation assisted the department in the purchase of a new rescue boat. Operation Round-Up has distributed over $2 million dollars throughout northeast Oklahoma since 1998.


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District meetings scheduled Cooperative members in Districts 4, 6 and 8 will convene later this month to nominate trustees. 3


Annual meeting requirement Proof is required from individuals representing organizations at annual meeting. 3


Top scholars


The cooperative awards $1,000 college scholarships to four deserving students. 4-5


Stake your claim An unclaimed patronage capital check could be wait- ing for you. 6-14


Watts for Dinner


The table is set for some big Italian flavor this month at Napoli’s restaurant in Langley. 15


Gain a buck, lose a life The number of copper thefts continue to rise across the country, despite the imminent risks associated with the activity. 16


Northeast Connection


JULY 4 — Bluejacket Fireworks Display Panter Park 918-784-2382


JULY 4-7 — Quapaw Quapaw Tribe Pow Wow Quapaw Tribal Grounds 918-542-1853


JULY 5 — Miami Beau Powers Country Variety Show Coleman Theater 918-540-2425


JULY 6-7 — Pryor 4-way Rodeo


Mayes County Fairgrounds 918-825-5984


JULY 7 — Disney Fireworks Display Between the Spillways www.grandlakefireworks.com


JULY 30-AUGUST 4 — Vinita Craig County Free Fair Craig County Fairgrounds 918-256-7133


AUGUST 3 — Quapaw Hank Williams, Jr., in Concert Downstream Casino 918-919-6211


AUGUST 4 — Vinita


Route 66 SummerFest Car Show North Park 918-256-7133


AUGUST 11 — Jay


Hot Wheel Show & Swap Meet Jay Community Center 918-253-3439


AUGUST 11 — Jay 14th


Annual Jay Cruise Night Downtown Jay 918-253-8698


All Around Green Country


Events are published as space allows and must be submitted at least 60 days in advance. Include a telephone number for publication. Send information to Northeast Connection Events Calendar, P.O. Box 948, Vinita, OK 74301. Email: kelly.rush@neelectric.com, or fax: 918-256-9380. Please call ahead to confirm dates and times.


JUNE 22-JULY 28 — Disney “The Elijah Factor” Live Performance Picture In Scripture Amphitheater 918 435-8207 or www.pictureinscripture.com


JULY 3 — Ketchum Fireworks Display Duck Creek 918-782-3292


JULY 3 — Grove Fireworks Display Grove Sports Complex 918-786-6107


JULY 4 — Grove Cajun Festival Grove Civic Center 918-786-8896


JULY 4 — JAY Fireworks Display J. B. Earp Stadium 918-253-8698


JULY 4 — Miami Fireworks Display Riverview Park 918-542-4481


JULY 7 — Disney


Lumberjack and BMX Stunt Bike Shows Assembly of God Church www.grandlakefireworks.com


JULY 7 — Salina Fireworks Display


American Legion Grounds 918-434-6560


JULY 19 — Quapaw Chicago in Concert Downstream Casino 918-919-6211


JULY 19 – 21 — Porter Porter Peach Festival Downtown Porter 918-483-4205


JULY 27-29 — Pryor American Cowboy Trade Days Whitaker Park 918-825-0157


JULY 28 — Miami Cruise Night Waylan’s Ku Ku 918-542-8002


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