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industry. Students meet their elected representatives in the U.S. House and Senate and will see historic sites including stops at the Kennedy Center; Arlington Cemetery; Smithsonian Museums; Ford’s Theater and Peterson House Museum; World War II, Vietnam and Korean War Memorials; White House; Lincoln, Jeff erson and Roosevelt Memorials; Library of Congress; and more. 1011300107


During the trip, Oklahoma’s delegation will join more than 1,500 other Youth Tour winners from across the country.


Coming to PEC Day 2014! Dixie Melody Boys


PEC’s Annual Meeting is all set for Saturday, September 27, 2014, at the Pontotoc County Agri-Plex in Ada. This year’s headline entertainment will be southern gospel group the Dixie Melody Boys.


We will again have food and craft booths for selling and displaying unique foods and craft items.


If you are a member of a nonprofi t organization and are interested in having a food booth, complete the form below and return it by August 29, 2014.


You may also send in the form below if you have original, handmade craft items you would like to display or sell in a craft booth. Please send your $25 craft booth fee with the form.


2014 PEC Annual Meeting Booth Reservation Saturday, September 27, 2014 | Pontotoc County Agri-Plex


____ Food Booth.


Please indicate where food will be prepared: _____On-Site _____Other (please provide location): ___________________


craft booth fee.


____ Craft Booth. Please enclose $25


Organization: _________________________________________________ Name of person to contact: ______________________________________ Daytime Telephone: _____________ Email: _________________________ Mailing Address: Street _________________________________________ City ______________________ State _____ Zip: ___________________


Product(s) to be sold: __________________________________________ Send food or craft booth reservations to:


Tara Mullins, People's Electric Cooperative P. O. Box 429, Ada, OK 74821-0429


The Electric Cooperative Youth Tour has been a joint eff ort of local electric co-ops, such as People’s Electric Cooperative, their statewide co-op associations, and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, based in Arlington, Va., for 50 years.


The trip is intended to educate students about the role of electric co- ops in the national economy, to foster their appreciation for a democratic government, expose them to the sights and sounds of our nation’s heritage, and build their leadership skills so they may make a diff erence in their communities.


People's Powerline is published monthly by


People's Electric Cooperative


P.O. Box 429 Ada, OK 74821


Business Hours


8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday (877) 456-3031 or (580) 332-3031(Ada Area)


24 Hour Outage Reporting System (877) 272-1500 or


(580) 272-1500 (Ada Area) Website: www.PeoplesElectric.coop


IMPORTANT DATES Bills mailed ........................................31st Bills should be paid by the .........10th Cutoff s made ...................................20th


STEPS TO FOLLOW IF YOUR


ELECTRICITY GOES OFF 1. Check your fuse or breaker box. 2. Check with your neighbors. Are they off ? Have they reported the outage?


3. Call our 24 hour Outage Reporting System at toll-free 1-877-272-1500 or (580) 272-1500 (local Ada area).


4. Always report outages promptly! Remember, the cooperative's responsibility ends at the meter. If a service call is made and the trouble is found on the consumer's side, a $50.00 service charge will be assessed.


5. For faster service, please make sure we have the correct phone number(s) for your account on fi le. Your phone number will be used to access your account information.


Providing electricity and energy service to over 20,000 meters in the following 11 south central Oklahoma counties: Atoka, Carter, Coal, Garvin, Hughes, Johnston, McClain, Murray, Pittsburg, Pontotoc and Seminole.


BOARD OF TRUSTEES


Dr. Laurin Patton - Ada Chairman & President


Eldon Flinn - Fittstown Vice Chairman


Jack Lambert - Ada Secretary


Bob Thomas - Coalgate Asst. Secretary./Treas.


Jenny Trett- Sulphur Trustee


Energy Effi ciency Tip of the Month Replacing your conventional power strips with advanced power strips (APS) can help reduce the electricity wasted when electronic devices are idle. These power strips are a convenient and low-cost way to save.


Source: Department of Energy People’s Powerline June 2014 | 3


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