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Wyandotte, Ashley Crawford of Wyandotte, Bobbie Ellis of Joplin (Mo.), Jim Karleskint of Miami, Vonda Keller of Wyandotte, Carolyn Leach of Fairland, Mark Merit of Miami, Kenneth Nelson of Fairland, David Ross of Fairland and Charles Wilson of Miami. Electric credit winners in District 2 were: Nathan


Bunce of Fairland, John Clarenson of Grove, Tom Detherage of Fairland, Imogene Fyff e of Fairland, Joyce Golden of Fairland, Molinda Hull of Grove, Norman Littleton of Aſt on, Sue Montgomery of Grove, Analisa Smith of Aſt on and Jake Stunkard of Aſt on. District 3 winners: Ben Bullard of Welch, Dusty


Goforth of Miami, Mary Harper of Aſt on, Allen Hinter- gardt of Bluejacket, Terry Layton of Welch, Boyd Martin of Bluejacket, Tracy Mendez of Bluejacket, Mike Schulte of Miami, Charles Scott of Welch and Jay Dee Whitlock of Miami. District 4 winners: Summer Falling of Vinita, Rhea


Graves of Vinita, Dorothy Grumbein of Vinita, Charles David Hayes of Vinita, Jimmie Heard of Vinita, Scott Lavigne of Vinita, Joseph Matoy of Grove, David Max- ville of Vinita, Clinton Sturdivant of Vinita and Robert Wood of Vinita. District 5 winners: Tracy Autry of Vinita, James


Dean Brandon of Aſt on, Cliſt on Burling of Aſt on, Patty Grogg of Disney, Brenda Land of Disney, Ronnie Pond of Grove, Richard Shurtz of Langley, Dan T eys of Ketchum, Richard Walworth of Disney and Wesley Weaver of Ketchum. District 6 winners: Wanda Brooner-Payton of Pryor,


Chris Fairchild of Chelsea, Carl Helmuth of Adair, Linda Johnson of Vinita, Ruth Lefan of Chouteau, Susan Pryor of Adair, Marion Richard of Pryor, Riley Sharp of Pryor, Don Siever of Pryor and Michael Stimson of Chelsea. District 7 winners: Judy Angel of Salina, William


Bryan Ball of Salina, Joe Couch of Salina, Sally Cox of Salina, Mack Hayes of Salina, Denny Hokit of Locust Grove, Keith Kerns of Salina, Deanna T omas of Salina, Matthew Ward of Pryor and Nora Whitaker of Salina. District 8 winners: Robert Bark of Colcord, David


Calvert of Tulsa, Oscar Chandler of Colcord, Colcord Area Senior Citizens, Levon Elenbarger of Kansas, Brad Niccum of Colcord, William Parsons of Watts, Fredrick Puryear of Kansas, Wilma Van Fleet of Colcord and Barbara West of Jay.


District 9 winners: Eddie Ballmann of Jay, Frank


Beber of Grove, Lonnie Crabtree of Tulsa, Ashley Good- man of Jay, David Jordan of Coff eyville (Kan.), T om- as Melton of Grove, Kelly Merriman of Grove, Elaine Prater of Jay, Richard Price of Grove and Dean Stogsdill of Grove. Major prize winners included: Roy Blizzard of Fair-


land (RCA 42-inch LED TV), Ronnie Watkins of Vinita (RCA 42-inch LED TV), Jackie Osburn of Vinita (RCA 42-inch LED TV), David Hunt of Quapaw (Maytag high-effi ciency top-loading washer/dryer set) and Vickie Blackwood of Jay (Kenmore high-effi ency front-loading washer/dryer set). Youth winning laptop computer systems were: Adam


Henley of Chelsea, Zachary Roy of Ketchum, Bobbilee Devor of Kansas, Isac Ancheta of Jay and Ansley Stein- bach of Wyandotte. Completing a member survey form paid off for


Chelsea resident Robert Nelson, who took home a Stihl electric blower from Northeast Rural Services for his trouble. Mary Bartleson of Colcord joined the coopera- tive’s green power team and had her name drawn as the winner of a Kindle Fire sponsored by KAMO. Sharon Walkup of Colcord won a Samsung Blu Ray DVD player from HD Supply as a result of signing up for one of the cooperative’s convenient payment options. A portable slow cooker donated by McFarland Cascade was claimed by Vinita’s June Scuggins, who signed up to participate in the co-op’s Operation Round-Up program. Winners of registration prizes were: W. E. Smith of


Pryor (leather travel bag from ProServe), John Lay of Vinita (Stihl electric blower from Northeast Rural Ser- vices), Shirley Zwahlen of Wyandotte ($50 Bass Pro giſt card from Stuart Irby), William Smith of Vinita (Stihl electric blower from Northeast Rural Services), Charles Scott of Welch (travel bag from Macco Promotions) and Herbert Brumbaugh of Aſt on (Stihl electric blower from Northeast Rural Services). T e cooperative would like to extend a special thanks


to the Vinita Rotary Club for assisting with the prepara- tion and distribution of food and drinks, the Grove Ro- tary Club for assisting with the coordination of parking, and Boy Scout Troop 66 of Vinita for its presentation of the fl ags and help with clean-up aſt er the meeting.


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