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September 2014


NORTHWESTERN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.


Teaching children about electrical safety Continued from page 1.


parents at risk when they overcrowd electrical outlets, continue to use frayed wires, place devices near liq- uids or leave electronics on for long periods of time. Some of the same guidelines Northwestern Electric offers to protect adults also help pro- tect children. We should all set good examples for our youngsters. If you need ideas to help with the lessons, try the Electrical Safety Foundation International (www.esfi. org). It is among the many national organizations offering free kits, videos and interactive online tools that make learning and practicing electrical safety fun for you and your children.


Jarrod Randall demonstrated the various tools he uses on the job to the Watts Up Kids Camp attendees.


Hidden account number contest


Congratulations to Aunt Shir-


ley’s Playhouse for recognizing her account number in last month’s issue. The other number belonged to Dustin Ruttman. We have hidden two account numbers somewhere in the articles in this newsletter. The numbers will always be enclosed in parentheses and will look similar to this example (XXXXXX).


If you recognize your account


number, all you have to do is give us a call on or before the 8th of the current month and we’ll give you a credit on your bill for the amount stated.


This month’s numbers are worth $25 each. Happy hunting!


1 box Jiffy corn muffin mix 2 eggs, beaten


1 c. cooked squash, mashed 1 c. grated cheese 1/2 stick butter, melted 1 med. onion, chopped 1/4 tsp. salt


1/4 tsp. black pepper


Preheat oven to 350°. Combine muffin mix, eggs, squash, cheese, butter, onion, salt, and pepper. Beat on medium speed until well mixed. Pour into greased 9” baking dish. Bake at 350° for 25-30 minutes or until brown and firm in the center.


And remember, as your children grow older, keep teaching them about the power of electricity and how to use it safely. It could save their life!


Page 3


Hot dog time at the county fair


C


ounty fair time is


just around the corner. Thoughts of a county fair bring back memories


to many people of fun times—sack races, showing a calf, winning a blue ribbon, visiting with friends, carni- vals and the best tasting hot dogs in the world.


NWEC will help fair-goers recap- ture that feeling as we feed free hot dogs to those attending the Dewey, Ellis, and Harper County fairs. Friday, September 5 Dewey Co. .......................... 5-6 p.m. Saturday, September 6 Ellis Co. ........ 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Harper Co. .... 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.


Squash Corn Bread


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