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Inside Your Co-op is published monthly for 


Board of Trustees PRESIDENT


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 SECRETARY TREASURER


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Management and Staff  Terry Matlock


 


 Jia Johnson


 Tonia Allred


  


 Jim Malone


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toll free telephone 800-780-6486


web site www.choctawelectric.coop


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800-780-6486 


We want to publish your photos!


Inside your Co-op wants to show off your best shots of family friends, locations and events in southeast Oklahoma. Every month we will print the best photo contributed by a member in a designated category. The categories for each month are printed below:


September - County Fairs October - Trick or Treat November - Service to our Country December - Holiday Happenings January - Pets February - Sports March - Fishing April - Signs of Spring


To thank you for sharing your photos, every contributor will receive a copy of CEC’s Holiday Collections cookbook, or a copy of CEC’s 70th Anniversary publication, Turning On the Lights in Southeast Oklahoma.


your BEST SHOT


Please email photos to Jennifer Boling, jboling@choctawelectric. coop. by the 12th of each month. Include photographer’s name, hometown, mailing address and phone number. Details such as where the photo was taken and names of those pictured are always appreciated. Please make a copy of your entry before submitting it. Photos will not be returned.


And neighbors can play an important role in your lives.


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A neighbor is someone who lives close by, but in the country that could be a ways. A good neighbor is a neighbor who is friendly and considerate. A good neighbor will wave when they pass, stop and pet your dog, buy lemonade from your kid. You know, take time to smile and have a chat.


Being a good neighbor


ou can pick your friends, but you usually can’t pick your neighbors.


Good neighbors help each other and are respectful toward one another.


Everyone really has something in common with someone else, sometimes we just focus on our differences more that our similarities.


At Choctaw Electric Cooperative, we take pride in being good neighbors. I always remember what my mom said, “If you can’t say something nice about someone, don’t say anything.” Your mom probably said the same


thing, too. It didn’t mean as much then, but now I understand that you get what you give.


Remember Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood? Fred Rogers changing into his sweater and sneakers singing, “It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day for neighbors. Would you be mine?”


We at Choctaw Electric are glad to be your neighbor, and we thank you for being the same.


BY TERRY MATLOCK Chief Executive Officer


CEC CEC


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