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YouthPower Energy Camp entry deadline is February 15. Essays must be turned in by 5 pm. Entries may be delivered to any CEC office or mailed to Brad Kendrick at CEC. For details, please call Kendrick at 800- 780-6486, ext. 248, or visit www. choctawelectric.coop.


Deadline to enter the CEC Youth Tour contest is February 22. Entries and application forms must be turned in by the end of the business day. Entries may be mailed to CEC, c/o Tonia Allred, PO Box 758, Hugo, Oklahoma 74743, or delivered to your CEC office in Antlers, Hugo or Idabel. The Rural Electric Youth Tour will take place this year on June 14-20 in Washington, D.C. High school juniors in co-op service territory may apply. For more information, please visit www.choctawelectric.coop.


Enter the 3rd Annual CEC Predator Hunt on February 16. The best team of hunters wins $1,000 cash in this CEC Relay for Life fund-raiser. Teams are invited to compete in the hunt for bobcats, coyotes, and fox. Entry fee: $100/team for bobcat, coyote and fox. Big dog/big cat 100 percent payout, $20 entry per category. Weigh in will take place at the Antlers Fair Building.


Are you on life support? Please let Choctaw Electric Cooperative know by filling out a Life Support Dependent Member form. Life support dependents are residential consumers who, because of a medical condition, are immobile and require use of electrical powered medical equipment to sustain life.


Being included on the Life Support Depen- dent Member list does not entitle members to special rights or preferential treatment, however, it helps ensure that co-op members with a genuine life-threatening condition in their homes are not mistaken for those who would abuse the privilege at the expense of other customers.


To request a Life Support Dependent Member form,please contact Renea Winters, 800-780-6486, ext 243, or download the form online at www.choctawelectric.coop.


MONTHLY REPORT Rural Electric taxes collected for


local schools (For December 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. Ninet- 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 $8.94


$1999.48 $139.37 $2289.19 $422.50 $1388.66 $3018.28 $2240.08 $3646.30 $160.13


$1263.30 $936.29 $1082.25 $799.96 $1041.92 $2048.74 $4390.23 $2998.54 $1583.89 $3174.52 $1643.11 $3217.21 $4372.35 $1199.68 $4899.13 $4899.13 $5823.45 $1879.17


YEAR-TO-DATE $64.32


$14379.13 $1002.30 $16462.60 $3038.42 $9986.51 $21705.82 $16109.47 $26222.19 $1151.54 $9084.94 $6733.32 $7782.93 $5752.89 $7492.93 $1473344 $31572.17 $21563.84 $11390.46 $22829.44 $11816.36 $23136.44 $31443.57 $8627.47 $35231.90 $35231.90 $41879.04 $13513.96


$58,572.76 $3,082.78 $61,655.54


$421,223.53 $22,169.66 $443,393.19


SOURCE: OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION


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