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Oklahoma Electric Cooperative A Glimpse Inside . . .


From the Top ................................................................................................................3 Operation Round Up .................................................................................................4 Oklahoma Youth Tour 50 Year Anniversary Reunion ......................................5 Notice to fi le candidacy for OEC Board of Trustees .........................................5 Recipes to Live By: Father's Day and Friendship ...............................................6 Industry News: Headlines .........................................................................................7 Tornado Coverage ...................................................................................................8-9 Co-op People: Jim Martin ......................................................................................10 Co-op People: Harlen Fipps ...................................................................................11 Youth News: The Fresh Prince Goes GEO .................................................... 12-13 Technology: PrePaid Makes Cents ................................................................14-15 Classifi ed Ads ........................................................................................................16-22 Energy Effi ciency Investment information .......................................................23


405-321-2024, FAX 405-217-6900 http://www.okcoop.org OECNews@okcoop.org


Board of Trustees


Rusty Grissom, President Mike Argo, Vice Pres. Frank Wilson, Sec.-Treas. Verle Barnes, Asst. Sec.-Treas. Percy Moreu


Ronnie Grover John Jensen Bob Us r y Jim Mar t in


District 3 1 5 7 2 4 6 8 9


CEO/Gen. Manager: Max A. Meek Editor: Tory Tedder


Your swimming pool doesn’t have to be a drain on your electric bill. Simply covering it will go a long way to reducing evaporation, which will cut back on refilling and reheating. Also, consider investing in a high-efficiency or multi-speed pool pump when it’s time for a replacement—they cost more but save a lot more energy than older models.


Source: NRECA’s Cooperative Research Network


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to the co-op member who locates his or her hidden account number inside the OEC News that month. (T e hidden account number will be placed at random within the text of each issue and not on the mailing label.) Unclaimed prize money rolls over each month until there is a winner. Remember the contest rules as you


read the OEC News each month: 1. T e Hidden Account Number must be your own.


2. You must advise OEC by phone, mail or in person at the co-op’s offi ce by the 15th of the month. If you fi nd your account number call


the Member Services Department at 217-6726.


2 June 2013


On the cover: May 19, 2013, tornado as it approached Bethel Acres. Photo by Ashlie Mowdy, ©Over the Rainbow Media.


Oklahoma Electric Cooperative News (USPS-865-700) is published monthly by Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, 242 24th Ave. NW, Norman, OK 73069. Subscription rates: $6 per year for non-members, 50¢ per year for members. Periodical postage paid at Norman, OK and additional mailing offi ces. POSTMASTER: Send form 3579 to OEC News, PO Box 1208, Norman, OK 73070.


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