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Cimarron Trustees Mike Bomhoff, Pres...................Dist. 8 Tom Kloeppel,VPres..................Dist. 6 Jim Simmons,Sec.......................Dist. 9 Ron Sproul,Treas. ......................Dist. 1 Fred Foust ..................................Dist. 4 Gene Peters ................................Dist. 5 Floyd Driever.............................Dist. 3 Robert Yeoman...........................Dist. 7 Chalentz Hedges........................ Dist. 2 Mark Snowden..............................CEO Barry Haynie


CEC News Editor


What to do if the electricity goes off...


1. Check your fuse or breaker box.. 2. Check with your neighbors. Is their power off? If so, have they already reported the outage? 3. Call CEC at 375-4121 or our toll free outage number 1-800-375-4121 and the trouble will be corrected as soon as possible. Have your service number, account number, or map location ready. This information helps our dispatchers pin-point the location of your problem.


Kingfisher District Ron Pennington...405-375-4114


Fairview District Jerry Stroope........405-368-1411


Hennessey District Mike Meyer..........405-375-4160


Calumet & Watonga District Rick Friez.............580-623-5162


Connect, Disconnects Not Made On Weekends


Please do not call and request that a connect, disconnect, or reconnect be made from 5:00 p.m. on Friday until 8:00 a.m. Monday, as we do NOT have anyone on duty during that time for that type of work. All connects, disconnects will be made on a Monday through Friday schedule.


October is Cooperative Month


Woodrow Wilson has been quoted as saying, “this nation would be nothing if it consisted of each of us; it is something because it consists of all of us, banded together in a common cause.”


The same could be said about the nature of Cimarron Elec- tric as well as other cooperatives in our community. Cimarron Electric Cooperative would not exist today if rural people living in Kingfisher, Blaine and Major counties had not banded together, in a common cause. In the early days, there was a hands-on cooperative ef- fort to build this cooperative. People got together and cut trees, set poles, strung wire, and went farm to farm signing people up for membership. Two farms per mile of line were needed to get a loan from the REA. A $5.00 membership fee was required to join the cooperative. This was a tremendous amount of money in 1936, especially to farmers in such tough times. Early pioneers Roy C. Boecher and Jack Steele said,


“We took eggs and everything else in order to collect the five dollar fee. We formed a pay out plan where they could pay it out at 10 cents a month”


Seventy seven years later, we pay tribute to the vi-


sion and hard work of our co-op founders. The availability of electricity today is because so many banded together to form Cimarron Electric Cooperative. We thank them for their devo- tion and contributions to our way of life we enjoy today.


Just a reminder......


Cimarron Electric Cooperative won’t be monitoring or providing maintenance for security systems after October 31, 2013.


What does this mean? * Your security system will not be monitored after 10-31-2013. * Alarms will not be reported to law enforcement, fire depts., etc. What options do I have? * 1. Sign new contract with Pioneer Telephone Cooperative and continue service uninterrupted.


* 2. Contact another security monitoring company and sign new contract with them.


* 3. Cancel system with Cimarron Electric Cooperative and not have your system monitored.


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