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Operation Round-Up Update


Spring Valley Volunteer Fire Department More Equipped for Rescue; Special Olympics Athletes Ready for Competition


Through LREC’s Operation Round-Up program, members voluntarily “round-up” their electric bills to the nearest dollar each month. Each participant donates an average of $6 a year, all of which goes directly toward meeting local needs.


LREC members who participate in the Operation Round- Up program help make these grants possible. This program is making a signifi cant impact on our local communities. The Operation Round-Up Foundation Board met during


their regular business meeting, held on April 23, 2014. Dur- ing the meeting, grants were awarded to:


• Keys Public Schools was awarded $1,000 for a back pack program.


• Reaching our Hulbert Community (ROHC, Inc.) was awarded $1,000 for senior class after graduation party.


• Spring Valley Volunteer Fire Department was awarded $2,700 for hand held radios.


• Keys Cougars Special Olympics was awarded $1,500 for expenses associated with State Special Olympics games in


Stillwater.


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Board of Trustees


Gary Cooper ....................................Pres. Bobby Mayfi eld ........................Vice Pres. Jim Loftin ..............................Secr.-Treas. Jack Teague ..................Asst Secr.-Treas. Randall Shankle ....................... Member Lynn Lamons ............................. Member Scott Manes .............................. Member Staff


Hamid Vahdatipour ..........................CEO Ben McCollum ..................Dir. of Finance Martin Walls ..................Dir. of Operations Stanley Young ................Dir. of Marketing Larry Mattes ...................................Editor Tina Glory-Jordan .......................Attorney


LREC Powerline Press


Offi ce Hours Monday-Friday


8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Telephone


800-364-LREC or 918-772-2526 Website:


www.lrecok.coop Locations


Hulbert, Wagoner & Tahlequah, OK.


Main Offi ce Address P.O. Box 127 Hulbert, OK 74441


Hidden Account Number Look for your account number hidden in this


issue of the Powerline Press. If you fi nd your number, Lake Region Electric will credit your next bill. To claim your credit, notify LREC’s Hulbert


offi ce by phone or mail during the month of publication. The amount increases by $10 with each


issue your prize goes unclaimed to a maximum of $50. For more information, call 800-364-LREC or 918-772-2526


Cooperative bylaws are available upon


request at Lake Region Electric Cooperative’s offi ce in Hulbert.


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• Tahlequah Pub- lic Schools Spe-


cial Olympics was awarded $2,000 for expenses asso- ciated with State Special Olympics games in Stillwater.


• Tahlequah Men’s Shelter, Project Osiyo was awarded $1,409 for general items for shelter.


• Two individuals were awarded $2,500 each for funeral and other expenses due to death in family.


• One individual was awarded $2,500 to help with medical expenses.


Electric cooperatives were founded on the principle of


concern for community. The Operation Round-Up Board meets quarterly to review requests. The next Operation Round-Up meeting will be held July 24, 2014. For more information about Operation Round-Up, visit our website www.lrecok.coop or call 918-772-2526.


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