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February 2014


US Hwy 377 (south of Ada)


A newsletter for PEC’s electric consumers


Proud of a powerful future Mrs. Bills’ 1st


grade Tupelo Tigers say “thanks” by Jennifer Boeck L


ife’s most valuable lessons are not always planned. Likewise, neither are most


power interruptions. Such was the case at Tupelo Elementary recently when half the building went dark due to a weather related partial loss of power. 1070600600 In a classroom full of 20 six-


year-olds, it would be reasonable to think that learning might be


CO-OP PROUD FOR 15 YEARS


(left to right) Front Row 1: Kaden Romines, Landyn Young, Kolten Romines, Micheal Waters; Row 2: Noah Gray, Paul Prentice (PEC), Dan Gunter (PEC), Zane Wilkerson; Row 3: Devin Gibson, Jade Ellis, Eric Ellis-Lingar, Preston Holman, Caiden Kingston, Madalyn Campbell, Kiley Moore, Zachary King, Mrs. Sarah Bills; Row 4: Jaxon Chapkin, Makinzie McFarland, Cash Waff ord, Zeb Robles, Jaylee Tailor, Taylon D’Aguanno


a bit interrupted, along with the power, in this situation, but that was not the case for Mrs. Bills and the students in her 1st


Ryan Feazle began his full-time employ- ment with the co-op in 1998, and currently serves as the Director of Technical Services.


classroom. Being the great teacher she is, Mrs. Bills quickly recognized a


This Issue 2 grade Tupelo


splendid teaching moment. While PEC’s 2-man crew arrived onsite and began making their repairs, Mrs. Bills positioned her 1st


graders


a safe distance away from the See Tupelo Tigers Page 3.


EMPLOYEES OF THE YEAR ANNOUNCED


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OKLAHOMA LIVING MAGAZINE


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