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Co-op news on your phone Get the free OKL-Kiwash Kilowatt mobile app


Cooperatives (OAEC) recently launched cutting-edge digital tools to enhance the reading experience of 317,000-plus electric consumer- members across the state.


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The tools include an interactive digital edition and a FREE app for Apple, Android and Kindle


devices. Sixteen local electric


cooperative publications are also available through these outlets including your co-op's newsletter, the Kilowatt.


The digital edition and app include helpful features such as:


• Ability to access videos and bonus content • Conduct searches through current edition and archives • Access live web, e-mail and phone links • E-mail edition to friend or share it on social media sites • Add highlights, bookmarks, and comments • Keep archives handy • Print pages • And, much more!


“We really like the quick access of being able to review past issues and read or share all the articles we've enjoyed, without having to track down our print copies,” points out Ben Imel, a digital reader and member of Central Rural Electric Cooperative in Stillwater, Okla.


Electric cooperatives are always looking ahead and planning for the future. The magazine’s new slogan, “Powering the needs of new generations,” reflects this refreshed purpose and continued dedication to serving Oklahoma’s electric co-op members.


“While electric co-ops have a proven track record of providing excellent service to their members, co-op leaders of today recognize that they are serving a new generation of consumers—younger members who may not know or care about their cooperative’s past. This ‘new generation’ of cooperative member has far different needs from those of their


predecessors,” said Sid Sperry, director of public relations and communications for OAEC.


Electric cooperative leaders are also quick to point out these digital tools are not meant to replace the printed version of local publications. On the contrary, the app and digital edition are offered as a benefit of your co-op membership, simply to expand and enrich your reading experience.


Take a moment to view the free digital edition at www.ok-living.coop or at www.kiwash.coop. Download the free app through the Apple Newsstand, Google Play, or Amazon by searching for “Oklahoma Living magazine.” Watch the video tutorial found on the Kiwash Electric Facebook page to learn how these digital tools can broaden your readership experience.


klahoma Living magazine— the statewide publication of the Oklahoma Association of Electric


COMING UP in Kiwash Country


Download the free app through the Apple Newsstand, Google Play, or Amazon by searching for “Oklahoma Living magazine.”


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11-13 SWOSU Rodeo Don Mitchell Rodeo Arena Weatherford, OK 73096 580-774-3068


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Chamber of Commerce Banquet Hobart, 580-726-2553


Washita Valley Leadership Graduation Caddo-Kiowa Technology Center Fort Cobb, 405 643-3281


18-21 Apache Rattlesnake Festival Main Street, Apache


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24-25 Clinton Route 66 Festival Downtown & McClain Rodgers Park Clinton, 580-323-2222


24-25 Cordell Roundup Club Open Rodeo Rodeo Grounds, Cordell, 580-832-3781


24-27 Celebration of Freedom, Hobart 580-726-5900


n JUNE


24-25 Clinton Route 66 Festival Downtown & McClain Rodgers Park


SUBMISSION DETAILS:


Kiwash Electric Cooperative promotes local festivals, rodeos, fairs and other events in our monthly newsletter, the Kilowatt. Calendar listings are free.


Please send details to: Lisa Willard, Kiwash Electric, PO Box 100, Cordell, OK 73632, or send e-mail to: lwillard@kiwash.coop. Please send event listings by the 10th of the month prior to publication.


If you have questions about submitting a event, or need to speak with a Kiwash representative about other matters, please call 888-832-3362, or visit www.kiwash.coop.


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