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MARCH 2014


NORTHWESTERN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.


$1,770,632.90 Paid in Taxes ‑ Schools Benefit ‑


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The amount of tax paid to each school district depends on the total number of miles of power lines the two cooperatives have in each school district. The following is a breakdown of the dollars paid to the school districts by Northwestern Electric and Western Farmers Electric:


Beaver County: Balko.............NWEC........$11,794.02 WFEC.........$19,658.22


Beaver ...........NWEC........$11,181.38 Forgan ...........NWEC........$14,950.24


Dewey County: Leedey...........NWEC.............$193.50 Seiling ...........NWEC........$22,022.29 WFEC.......$124,740.37


Taloga............NWEC........$17,298.31 WFEC.........$36,252.83


Vici................NWEC........$40,953.31 WFEC.........$68,803.79


Ellis County: Arnett ............NWEC........$70,884.05 WFEC.........$24,126.00


Fargo .............NWEC........$27,420.09 WFEC.........$39,367.51


Gage..............NWEC........$22,542.15 WFEC..............$689.31


Shattuck.........NWEC........$37,599.15


n 2013, Northwestern Electric Cooperative and Western Farmers Electric Cooperative paid $1,770,632.90 in Gross Receipts Tax which went to support school districts in northwest Oklahoma.


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ANNUAL MEETING Thursday, April 10, 2014


Woodward County Fair Building — Program —


Harper County: Buffalo ..........NWEC........$57,209.37 WFEC.........$76,590.49


Laverne .........NWEC......$113,717.62 WFEC.........$96,018.94


Major County: Fairview ........NWEC..........$4,869.74 WFEC.........$66,199.71


Woods County: Freedom ........NWEC..........$9,709.37 WFEC.........$50,575.25


Waynoka........NWEC........$14,267.68 WFEC.........$53,255.92


Woodward County: Ft. Supply......NWEC........$20,815.85 WFEC.........$91,883.05


Mooreland.....NWEC........$56,553.97 WFEC.......$202,249.94


Sharon- Mutual...........NWEC........$31,182.76 WFEC.........$79,245.62


Woodward.....NWEC........$53,435.13 WFEC.......$102,375.95


5 PM to 6:45 PM...................... Registration and Barbecue


5 PM to 6:45 PM................... Entertainment 6:45 PM...................................Call to Order Invocation


National Anthem Welcome


Introduction of Trustees, Employees and Special Guests Business Session Report of Quorum


Reading of Official Notice Action of 2013 Annual Meeting Minutes Financial Report


Drawing of Prizes Adjournment Annual Meeting Issue — Touchstone Energy Fast Facts — T


ouchstone Energy is a national alli- ance of local, consumer-owned electric cooperatives providing high standards of service to custom- ers large and small. More than 750 Touchstone Energy cooperatives in 46 states are


delivering energy and energy solutions to more than 30 million customers every day. Touchstone Energy cooperatives serve their members with integrity, accountability, innovation and a longstanding commit- ment to communities.


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his is your Annual Meeting issue of Northwestern Electric News. It includes the Annual Report and other pertinent information concerning the Cooperative. Your Annual Meeting Notice Card should arrive in a few days. Please bring the card with you to the meeting. It is your official registration form. Registration may be made the day of the meeting; however, you will save time in the registration line if you bring the card with you.


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