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community calendar


Help us promote your event by sending event details in advance. Please send event information to Jennifer Boling/Choctaw Electric Inside Lines/PO Box 758, Hugo, OK 74743; or e-mail info to jboling@ choctawelectric.coop.


Events and dates are subject to change.


DECEMBER 1


1 1


1-2 7 8


Lake Raymond Gary Boat Parade, 580-873-2307


Christmas Parade, Hugo 580-326-7511


Lighted nighttime Christmas parade, Atoka,580-889-2410


Fly Fishing for Beginners 580-494-6115


City of Lights Christmas Parade, Idabel, 580-286-3305


Christmas Market & Parade, Valliant 580-933-5050


24-25 Choctaw Electric closed for the holiday. To report a power outage, please call 800-780-6486. Christmas Day


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JANUARY 1


New Year’s Day. CEC office closed for the holidays. To report a power outage, please call 800-780-6486.


Birthday Greetings to CEC Employees


DECEMBER 3


11 13 14 15


Karan Daniels


5 Waconda Holiman 6


Darrell Ward Renea Winters James Percer Jeff Rector


Adam Holcomb Words of Encouragement


The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.


—PROVERBS 9:10


Bill Cycle Cycle 1


Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Cycle 4


Support for local poultry growers is no game for Choctaw Electric Co-op


that when it comes to helping them survive tough economic times, CEC isn’t playing chicken.


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As a show of good faith, CEC provides growers with their own account advisor whose number one priority is to help growers save money and stay in business.


Brad Kendrick, CEC’s poultry account representative, says poultry farms are facing increasing economic challenges as they struggle to accommodate larger birds. “Eight pound birds require more energy, more maintenance and more upkeep,” he explained.


The cost to upgrade operations for larger birds can be tremendous, he said, resulting in financial debt that some veteran growers aren’t eager to shoulder. Kendrick’s job is to act as liaison between growers and the co-op, and help them find ways to curb their energy expenses.


hoctaw Electric Cooperative (CEC) wants local poultry growers to know


“These (poultry) growers are very important to the economy of our area. We want them to know we are here to help them in any way we can.”


—BRAD KENDRICK, cec POULTY ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE


“Basically, I’m the poultry “‘go to guy“ for CEC,” he said. “If a grower has a service problem or simply needs information, I want them to know they can call me ,” Kendrick said.


The feedback thus far has been extremely positive. Growers who are struggling to pay their monthly bill especially appreciate Kendrick’s efforts to work with them to establish workable payment arrangements.


“These growers are very important to the economy of our area,” he said. “We want them to know we are here to help them in any way we can.”


Poultry growers are encouraged to contact Brad Kendrick for help with any co-op-related issue or question. You can reach him at Choctaw Electric Cooperative, 800-780-6486, ext. 248, (cell )580-212- 5770, or email bakendrick@ choctawelectric.coop.


Please see your electric bill for the current Power Cost Adjustment. DECEMBER


Meter Reading and Billing Dates Reading Date


December 1 December 8 December 15 December 22


Billing Date December 6


December 13 December 20 January 3


Due Date


December 27 January 3 TBA TBA


Note to members: For your convenience, the billing chart above also includes meter reading dates. Keeping track of the meter reading dates allows you to evaluate your electrical usage over a precise billing period. We hope this will clear up billing questions.


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