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Above, (l-r) PEC’s Member Account Manager Maranda Babb presents a Kindle Fire to new paperless member Amanda Reed of Ada.


Paperless Winner Announced


Recently, PEC’s Member Account Manager Maranda Babb presented a Kindle Fire to paperless member Amanda Reed of Ada. Ms. Reed was entered to win June’s Kindle drawing when she signed for paperless billing last April. Our next Kindle drawing is scheduled for September 1, 2014. 580101802


Get on PEC’s online SmartHub


and Go Paperless to receive a $5 credit on your next electric bill. We will deliver your monthly statement (and this newsletter) electronically even before paper editions arrive in members’ postal mailboxes.


Once enrolled, you’ll be notifi ed


by email every month when your bill is ready to view. Access to past bills and historical usage has never been easier or more secure from PEC’s website: www.PeoplesElectric.coop (Click “Pay Your Bill Online”).


Members with smartphones or


tablet devices can download the SmartHub app from iTunes or the Android Marketplace. (Use search term “NISC SmartHub”.)


2 | August 2014 People’s Powerline


Above, PEC’s 2014 Youth Tour Winners in our nation’s capital: (l-r) Tupelo High School’s Kyle Bailey is the son of Vernon and Gloria Bailey, Byng High School’s Caleb Shaw is the son of Ronnie and Laquita Shaw, and Wynnewood High School’s Flora Knight is the daughter of Joe and Rebecca Knight. (photo courtesy of OAEC)


system located in one of the 11 counties served by PEC. Rural Electric Youth Tour off ers high school juniors the opportunity to visit Washington, D.C. for a week and experience all the beauty and history of our nation’s capital. Youth Tour participants have the opportunity to see the U.S. Capitol, meet with congressmen from their state, tour national monuments and memorials, and many other historical stops. Best of all, Youth Tour is an all-expenses paid trip!


The Youth Tour test is administered each year at PEC’s headquarters located at 1600 North Country Club, Ada, Oklahoma. Students who wish to participate in this program should watch this newsletter for upcoming dates and deadlines that will be happening


this fall, or log on to PEC’s website at www.PeoplesElectric.coop for more information. You may also contact PEC’s Youth Tour coordinator Tara Mullins by phone: (580) 272-1553 or by email: tara. mullins@peopleselectric.coop.


If you have a child or grandchild


enrolled in a school system in one of our 11 counties served, please share this incredible opportunity with them.


Outreach with youth and


improving the quality of life in the communities we serve is just one more way PEC looks out for you.


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