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Sixteen co-op members are a little smarter about their electricity usage, thanks to the recent workshop on energy efficiency hosted by Choctaw Electric Cooperative (CEC), Little Dixie Community Action Agency, and the McCurtain County OSU Extension.


The free workshop showed participants affordable ways to reduce their bill using properly located plants and trees in their landscape. The class also covered local home weatherization programs and other energy saving solutions.


Planning a Trip?


Schedule bill payments in advance using Smarthub


Choctaw Electric members are now able to schedule bill payments in advance via SmartHub. The new feature is ideal for members who may be traveling out of town and appreciate the peace of mind knowing their electric bill is scheduled for payment.


CEC bill payments may be scheduled up to 30 days in advance using a debit or credit card. When the payment clears, the member receives an e-mail or message confirmation.


Scheduled payments are posted at 7:30am the morning of the scheduled date. Call 800-780-6486 for more information.


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Ready to SaveENERGY &MONEY?


Attend CEC's Energy Efficiency Workshop for simple ways to reduce your bill.


CEC will hold a second Energy Efficiency Workshop in Antlers on Tuesday, April 12. The class will begin at 5 pm at the Pushmataha Chamber of Commerce, 212 N. High Street, Antlers, and is free to the public.


For more details on the upcoming Energy Efficiency Workshop, please contact Brad Kendrick at 800-780- 6486 or email bakendrick@ choctawelectric.coop.


Busted CFL?


Don't dump it. Drop it at CEC for proper recycling.


It's tempting to toss those broken CFL bulbs in the trash, but please don’t do it. CFLs contain about 5 mg of mercury in each bulb.


While that doesn’t pose a safety problem for individuals, it could create an environmental hazard if enough bulbs accumulate in our landfills.


Choctaw Electric Cooperative provides recycling services at locations in Antlers, Hugo and Idabel. Thank you!


MINUTES


Scan this code with your smartphone or tablet to read the monthly minutes of your co-op board meeting. Minutes are also available at any CEC location. Members requesting


hard copies must sign a non disclosure agreement.


To scan the code, install a Bar Code Scanner app, available at the App Store.


Get Ready For a


June 23 • 9 am to 11:30 am • CEC Idabel June 30 • 9 am to 11:30am • CEC Hugo


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Join Choctaw Electric for a morning of fun activities that teach kids electrical safety and energy conservation. Camp is open to first, second and third grade students —and it’s free!


For more information:


www.choctawelectric.coop 800-780-6486, ext. 248.


2016 Kilowatt Kids Camp Enrollment Form


Student Name _______________________________ Age _______ Grade __________________________ Parent Name(s)_______________________________ Address ____________________________________ City_____________________State____Zip_________ Phone (H)___________________________________ (Work) _________________(Cell) ________________


Allergies: ___________________________________ __________________________________________


Meds________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________


T-Shirt Size (Please Circle): Youth XS (4-6) Adult S


M (8-10) Youth S (6-8)


Youth L (10-12) Adult M


Youth Adult L


Contact information in case of emergency: Name_______________________________________ Home phone___________________Cell_____________


Please circle the camp you wish to attend: Idabel Camp: June 24


Hugo Camp: June 25


Mail or email completed form to: Choctaw Electric Cooperative ATTN: Jia Johnson or Brad Kendrick PO Box 758, Hugo, OK 74743 jjohnson@choctawelectric.coop bakendrick@choctawelectric.coop


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