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It's Time For A Flu Shot Attend the KEC Annual Meeting to ward off seasonal flu


coming up in Kiamichi Country


October 4-5


Honobia Big Foot Festival & Conference Ludlow Rock Schoolhouse, Honobia


October 5


Wild West Festival 2700 N. Main, McAlester


McAlester Car Show & Chili Cookoff Main Street, McAlester


October 5 -26


Sasquatch Sightings Hayride Arrowhead State Park Riding Stables Canadian, 918-360-7775


October 12


Hardtimes Festival Main Street, Hartshorne, 918-297-3651


October 12-13


Music on the Mountian Viking & Celtic Festival Heavener Runestone Park, Heavener


October 18-20


Robbers Cave Fall Festival Robbers Cave State Park, Wilburton


October 18-20


Poteau Balloonfest Leflore County Fairgrounds, Poteau


October 19-20


Metcalf Gun & Knife Show Southeast Expo Center, McAlester


October 25-26


Talihina Fall Foiliage Festival Talihina School Gym, Talihina


October 25-26


Spooktacular Haunted Hayride Robbers Cave State Park, Wilburton 918-465-2565


October 26


Kiamichi Quilt Show St. Johns Catholic Church, McAlester


Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting on Saturday, October 5 at Eastern Oklahoma State College in Wilburton.


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Mays Home Health will have a booth at the meeting where they will dispense flu shots to the public.


Co-op members attending the meeting will also have the opportunity to meet representatives from Air Evac Lifeteam and sign up for their services.


iamichi Electric members can ward off the seasonal flu virus by attending the Kiamichi


AirEvac Lifeteam provides emergency medical transport services for rural residents. While anyone can use their services, a Lifeteam membership provides extra benefits, pays for other costs associated with your flight, and helps the company continue to offer its vital services by providing much needed operating funds.


Co-op members can join Air Evac Lifeteam for only $5 per month. For more information, please stop by their booth and say hello, or contact Kiamichi Electric for an enrollment form at 800-888-2731.


District Trustees Retain Seats Kiamichi Electric trustees will serve another term


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Trustees Dale Shaw (Dist. 1); Doug Binns (Dist. 3); Don Parr (Dist. 5); and Larry Culwell (Dist. 7) drew no opponents at the district meetings, which took place in August.


In accordance with KEC bylaws, members living within a co-op district may nominate a candidate for the co-op board of trustees at their district meeting. If more than one candidate is nominated, an election is held at the KEC Annual Meeting.


KEC trustees serve a two-year term of office. Any eligible member may run for a seat on the co-op board of trustees.


Trustee qualifications and election procedures are detailed in the KEC bylaws. Download a copy of the bylaws at kiamichielectric.org, or contact your co-op at 800-888-2731.


Don Parr 6 | september-october 2013 | Light Post Larry Culwell Doug Binns Dale Shaw,


iamichi Electric Cooperative (KEC) trustees representing members in Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7 will serve


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