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appliances for energy savings, and even financing options available to help you upgrade your home for greater efficiency.


Members who appreciate saving money on other goods and services should visit the Co-op Connections booth. You’ll learn how your Co-op Connections card can help you lower family healthcare costs, save money on prescription medicine, dental care, eye care, and more. Since kicking off the program in 2008, CEC members have saved $530,295 on prescription costs alone.


Busy Marketplace


Choctaw Electric welcomes local businesses, civic groups and organizations to participate in the meeting. Last year over 70 vendors set up booths. For members, the vendor area offers an enjoyable stroll through an array of jewelry, clothing, handbags, garden and home decor, hunting equipment, tools and more. Local churches, charitable organizations and civic clubs appreciate the opportunity to reach out to CEC members with information about special events and programs.


“There’s so much to see that it really makes it fun for everyone who attends,” said Tonia Allred, CEC Annual Meeting coordinator. “Members tell us that the booths and displays are one of their favorite portions of the meeting—and it’s s good for the local businesses that participate, too.”


Booth space is free for all participants. “For a small business, it’s the cheapest advertising there is —free,” she added.


Prize drawings, entertainment, refreshments and kid’s activities all combine to lend a festival-like atmosphere to the meeting. “It’s a business event, but the added attractions ensure that it’s family friendly and includes all members,” Allred said.


The CEC Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, September 28 at the Hugo Rodeo Arena. For more information on the meeting, please call Tonia Allred at 800-780-6486 or visit www.choctawelectric.coop. ■


8:30 am to 11:00 am 8:30 am to 10:30 am


9:00 am, 9:45 am, 10:45 am 11:00 am


73rd


Choctaw Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting


Saturday, September 28, 2013 Hugo Rodeo Arena


Events Program Registration


Entertainment


Prize Drawings Drawing for Girls & Boys Bicycles & iPod Coloring Contest Winners Announced


Introduction of Board of Directors Introduction of Special Guests Terry Matlock, Chief Executive Officer


Posting of the Colors Pledge of Allegiance National Anthem Invocation


Grand Prize Drawing MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN (Non transferable, non-redeemable for cash)


Meeting Call to Order Mike Bailey, President, Board of Trustees


Report of Quorum and Notice of Meeting Bob Rabon, Attorney


Reading of the Minutes Rodney Lovitt, Secretary, Board of Trustees


New Business Adjourn


Note: Official CEC Annual Meeting notices will be mailed to members on September 17. To speed the registration process at the meeting, please bring your notice with you.


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