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JANUARY 2013  PAGE 11 YOUTHPOWER ENERGY CAMP MONTHLY REPORT Eighth graders


invited to enter Win a trip to camp!


Camp Essay Contest. C


Three eighth grade students from the CEC service area will receive an all-expenses paid trip, including round trip transportation, to YouthPower Energy Camp. The camp will take place May 28-31, 2013 at Canyon Camp near Hinton.


Energy campers get a crash course in leadership and cooperatives by forming their own co-op, electing board members, and establishing bylaws. Campers participate in leadership building games and activities, and enjoy plenty of free time for fun.


To be eligible for the trip, students must be eighth graders attending a school in CEC service territory. Students must submit a 150 word essay on the topic, ”Where Does My Electricity Come From?”


Essays must be legible written, or typed and double spaced. An entry form should be attached to each essay. (Please do not write your name on the essay. Your name should appear on the attached entry form only.)


Essays will be judged on originality and creativity (60 percent); composition and Grammar (20 percent); neatness (10 percent); and spelling (10 percent).


Essays and entry forms must be turned in to CEC no later than 5 pm on Friday, February 1, 2013.


For more information on CEC’s Energy Camp Essay Contest, please contact Brad Kendrick, CEC Energy Camp coordinator at 800-780-6486, ext. 248. To download an Energy Camp entry form, visit www. choctawelectric.coop.


For more details on YouthPower Energy Camp and a gallery of camp photos, please visit www.oaec.coop.


hoctaw Electric Cooperative (CEC) is urging eighth grade students to limber up their writing hands and enter CEC’s YouthPower Energy


Rural Electric taxes collected


for local schools (For November 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.


SCHOOL


Lane School Farris School


Bennington School Grant School Swink School Boswell School Ft Towson School Soper School Hugo School


Whitesboro School Forest Grove Schoo Lukfata School Glover School Denison School


Holly Creek School Idabel School


Haworth School Valliant School


Eagletown School Smithville School Wright City School Battiest School


Broken Bow School Nashoba School Rattan School Clayton School Antlers School Moyers School


TOTALS 95% paid to schools


5% paid to state 100% paid by CEC


CURRENT MONTH $10.75


$2402.48 $167.46 $2750.59 $507.66 $1668.56 $3626.63 $2691.59 $4381.23 $192.40 $1517.92 $1125.01 $1300.38 $961.20 $1251.93 $2461.68 $5275.12 $3602.91 $1903.13 $3814.37 $1974.29 $3865.66 $5253.63 $1441.49 $5886.59 $1088.72 $6997.19 $2257.93


YEAR-TO-DATE $55.38


$12379.65 $862.93


$14173.41 $2615.92 $8597.85 $18687.54 $13869.39 $22575.89 $991.41 $7821.64 $5797.03 $6700.68 $4952.93 $6451.01 $12684.70 $27181.94 $18565.30 $9806.57 $19654.92 $10173.25 $19919.23 $27071.22 $7427.79 $30332.77 $5610.04 $36055.59 $11634.79


your CO-OP


$70,378.50 $3,704.13 $74,082.63


$362,650.77 $19,086.88 $381,737.65


SOURCE: OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION


CEC


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