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Grand Lake Burrito in Ketchum has been making burritos, taco salads, nachos and more your way since opening its doors two years ago. Owner Julie Roberts and staff invite you to swing by for a unique lunch or dinner experience in the very near future. Grand Lake Burrito is open Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.


INSIDE: Don’t be duped


Ask the right questions when questionable claims are made about electrical products. 3


Have it your way Enjoy great Tex-Mex and more to order at Grand Lake Burrito in Ketchum. 4


Connect with savings Pine Lodge Resort is offering special savings through Co-op Connections Card. 6


Great escape


Don’t let your home’s precious conditioned air escape through your dryer vent. 7


Cooperative Memories Spavinaw’s Annabelle Downum reflects on life without electricity. 8


Portable eats


A salad sandwich makes a perfect on-the-go meal for those with busy schedules. 10


Co-op crew returns safely A co-op crew that assisted with service restoration in western Oklahoma is back home. 12


Northeast Connection


Events are published as space permits and must be submitted at least 60 days in advance. Include a telephone number for publication. Send information to Northeast Connection Events Calendar, P.O. Box 948, Vinita, OK 74301. Email: kelly.rush@neelectric.com, or fax: 918-256-9380. Please call ahead to confirm dates and times.


APRIL 6 – Langley


South Grand Lake Lions Club Grand Dam Run Langley City Park 918-244-0208


APRIL 8 – Pryor Bunko for Life


Mayes County Courthouse 918-825-0625


APRIL 11-14 – Grove 11th


Annual Grand Lake Cluster Dog Show Grove Civic Center


417-762-2252 or 918-314-4822


APRIL 12-13 – Jay Gigging Tournament Gigging Flats at Lake Eucha 918-253-8698


APRIL 13 – Seneca 1st Annual Wild Green Onion Feast Eastern Shawnee Tribal Annex 918-666-2435


APRIL 13-28 – Grove Dead Man’s Cell Phone Grove Community Playmakers 918-786-8950


APRIL 19 – Miami


Wild Onions & Eggs Dinner Ottawa Peoria Building 918-541-6443


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APRIL 20 – Vinita Cowboy Trade Day Craig County Fairgrounds 918-244-5802


APRIL 20 – Vinita CCYRA Open Youth Rodeo Craig County Fairgrounds 918-944-8016


APRIL 20-21 – Grove Antique and Gun Show Grove Civic Center 918-786-9109


APRIL 21 – Miami The David Osborne Trio Coleman Theatre 918-540-2425


APRIL 30 – Miami NEO Spring Music Concert NEO Fine Arts Center neowebcal@gmail.com


MAY 2-4 – Miami Rodeo Miami


Ottawa County Fairgrounds 918-542-4435


MAY 2-5 – Miami Miami Little Theatre’s Life with Father Coleman Theatre 918-540-2425


Change announced to meter reading service


ORTHEAST Oklahoma Electric Cooperative announced a change to its meter reading program, effective March 21, 2013.


No longer will meters be read by contractors representing the company known as “Metadigm.” Readers on NEOEC’s system going forward will instead be contracted independently and will perform this service using vehicles owned by the cooperative subsidiary group, Northeast Rural Services, or “NRS.” Susanne Frost, Office Services Manager for the cooperative, said the reading schedule will remain the same. “Members of Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative can expect the same high quality of service they have experienced previously from the Metadigm group,” she assured. “While we expect this transition to be seamless, we thank our members for their patience and understanding as these changes are implemented.”


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