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Include Garage in Spring Cleaning


If your garage doubles as a catch-all room for junk you haven’t gotten around to getting rid of, your house has a its own den of hazards waiting to happen. If you want your garage to be safe for your family to park cars, retrieve sports equipment or even root around for lost stuff, clean it up. Here are eight ways to make your garage safer:


1. Keep power tools, extension cords and adapters unplugged and stored out of the reach of children. 2. Ventilate your garage with fans or ceiling vents.


3. Keep raccoons, chipmunks, mice and rodents out of the garage by storing garbage and uneaten food away from it. Such pests can nest in air intakes and vents and chomp on wiring.


4. If you must store fuel in the garage, keep it in proper containers that are free from corrosion and sealed tightly.


5. Install smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the garage. 6. Clean up spills. They could be flammable or dangerous to children and


pets.


7. Discard old batteries by taking them to a recycling center. 8. Check with your insurance agent to make sure the contents of your garage are covered in case of fire or other damage.


Send in Your Recipes for our Anniversary Cookbook!


new cookbook for the upcoming N Hidden


Account Number If you see your account


number in this newsletter, call our office, identify yourself and the number. We will credit your electric bill $25. The number may be located anywhere in the newsletter and is chosen at random. If you don’t know your account


number, call our office or look on your bill. To get the credit, you must call before the next month’s newsletter is mailed.


orthfork Electric is mak- ing plans to publish a


75th Anniversary of the coop- erative. NFEC will observe the anniversary in 2014.


When the earlier cookbook was published the cooperative relied on members to submit recipes. We are asking for your help once again. If you have a recipe you would be willing to share for the anniversary publication, please submit it to Romona White at 10810 N 1882 RD, Sayre, OK 73662, or at sandstoneok@wildblue.net. Your help with this will be greatly appreciated. If you have questions you can call Romona at 928-9134.


Statement of


Non-Discrimination Northfork Electric Coopera-


tive, Incorporated is the recipi-


ent of Federal financial assistance from the Rural Utilities Service, an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, and is subject to the provision of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Section 504 of the Reha- bilitation Act of 1973, as amend- ed, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, the Ameri- cans with Disabilities Act, and the rules and regulations of the United States Department of Agriculture, which provide that no person in the United States on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disabil- ity or handicap shall be excluded from participation in, admission to access to, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to dis- crimination under any of this or- ganization’s programs or activities. Te person responsible for co-


ordinating this organization’s non- discrimination compliance efforts is Kenny Waugh, manager of mar- keting and administrative services. Any individual, or specific class of individuals, who feels this organi- zation has subjected them to dis- crimination may obtain further information about the statutes and regulations listed above from and/ or file a written complaint with this organization; or the Secretary, United States Department of Ag- riculture, Washington, D.C. 20250; or the Administrator, Rural Utilities Service, Washington, D.C. 20250. Complaints must be filed within 180 days


after the alleged dis-


crimination. Confidentiality will be maintained to the extent possible.


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