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Feb 16-17, 2013


Metcalf Gun & Knife Show 8 am to 5:30 pm Southeast Expo Center, McAlester 918-420-3976


Mar 8-9, 2013


Tri County Crafts Etc Fair 9 am to 6 pm (Friday) 9 am - 3 pm (Saturday) Pushmataha County Fairgrounds, Antlers


Apr 13, 2013


Mountain Gate Poker Run 700 2nd Street, Talihina 918-567-3434


Apr 13, 2013


Talihina Indian Festival Powwow Talihina School Gym, Talihina 918-567-2539 or 918-567-2106


Apr 19-20, 2013


Green Frog Festival & Puddle Jump Run Main Street, Wilburton, OK 74578 918-465-2254 or 918-471-8609


Apr 20-21, 2013


Music on the Mountain Viking & Celtic Festival Heavener Runestone Park 18365 Runestone Rd, Heavener


918-653-2241


To publish an event in the Light Post, please submit complete details including date, location, hours of operation, and a contact telephone number or website. Email, fax or mail event information to Todd Minshall at Kiamichi Electric, PO Box 340, Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578. Email: toddm@kiamichielectric.org or FAX to (918) 465-2950.


AirMedCare Combines Flight K


iamichi Electric's partnership with AirEvac Lifeteam gave co-op members the option to sign up for the


air ambulance service and pay the $5 fee on their monthly electric bill.


The arrangement will be honored by the AirMedCare Network, now the largest air ambulance network in the nation since combining membership programs of four leading air ambulance operators; EagleMed, Air Evac Lifeteam, REACH and Med-Trans Corporation.


As a part of the AirMedCare Network, members share the benefits of a combined membership program that now spans 26 states. Participating companies in the network honor all other memberships, which means members share the same membership plans, under the same terms and conditions and at the same low price.


Air ambulance memberships provide peace of mind by negating the cost of air transport, which can cost between $10,000 and $15,000 with no set cap on the expenses.


Memberships in the network cost $50 a year for a single person, $55 a year for a two-member household and $60 a year for a household of three or more. For members who prefer, the fee may be


billed monthly through Kiamichi Electric. "We think AirMedCare provides an important service for our members so we are more than happy to provide our administrative services free of change," said Jim Jackson, Kiamichi Electric CEO.


When an individual belongs to the AirMedCare Network, it means the helicopter service will accept whatever a their health insurance will pay for the transportation, even if the bill exceeds what the health insurer pays. Better yet, even folks without health insurance can become AirMedCare members. There would be no transportation bill for members without health insurance.


While the need for emergency air transport is something we all hope to avoid, should a life-threatening accident occur, the AirMedCare membership can shield you and your family from unnecessary financial hardship. In the meantime, members can feel good knowing their membership fees help support operations and offset costs at all helicopter and airplane bases within the network.


Sign up for AirMedCare by calling Jennifer Green, membership sales manager at (918) 318-0789,or email greenjennifer@amgh.us. ■


Services for Greater Coverage Rural air ambulance members now covered in 29 states


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