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SEPTEMBER 2012  PLAY IT SAFE


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MONTHLY REPORT Rural Electric taxes collected


for local schools (For July 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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CPR training could save a life


BY GUY DALE coordinator of safety & loss control


I


magine the person next to you suddenly collapses, or you find a loved one unconscious on the floor. Are they breathing? Do you know what to do?


These sort of scenarios play out in seconds. By knowing the basic steps in CPR, you are better able to respond calmly and initiate lifesaving techniques that could make the life or death difference.


At Choctaw Electric Cooperative, many of our employees are skilled in the basics of CPR. I believe CPR training is something everyone should be familiar with, which is one of several reasons why I became an official Medic First Aid-certified CPR instructor. Other CEC employees are also qualified to teach CPR, and we are happy to offer this course to the public.


CPR classes are free to nonprofit organizations and schools. For others, we ask that participants pay a nominal fee of $10 to cover the cost of course materials, which includes an instruction booklet that they may take home with them at the end of the class.


Through teaching these classes I have met several people who faced emergencies where CPR was administered. They all agree that regardless of the outcome, the ability to do something is better than standing by feeling helpless. Please contact me at 800-780--6486, ext. 227 to schedule a CPR class. You’ll be glad you did.


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


$61,308.25 $3,226.75 $64,535.00


SOURCE: OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION


$61,308.25 $3,226.75 $64,535.00


CURRENT MONTH $9.36


$2,092.85 $145.89


$2,396.10 $442.24


$1,453.52 $3,816.58 $2,344.70 $3,816.58 $167.60


$1,322.29 $980.02


$1,132.79 $837.33


$1,090.58 $2,144.52 $4,595.27 $3,138.57 $1,657.86 $3,322.78 $1,719.85 $3,367.46 $4,576.55 $1,255.71 $5,127.93 $948.41


$6,095.42 $1,966.93


YEAR-TO-DATE $9.36


$2,092.85 $145.89


$2,396.10 $442.24


$1,453.52 $3,816.58 $2,344.70 $3,816.58 $167.60


$1,322.29 $980.02


$1,132.79 $837.33


$1,090.58 $2,144.52 $4,595.27 $3,138.57 $1,657.86 $3,322.78 $1,719.85 $3,367.46 $4,576.55 $1,255.71 $5,127.93 $948.41


$6,095.42 $1,966.93


CEC


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