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Just Keep Swimming, Away From the Dock Safety


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Outdated wiring and a lack of proper safety equipment on boats and docks can cause situations where electricity “leaks” into the water. It’s a particularly dangerous hazard because it’s impossible to tell by sight if the water is energized. If you are in the water and feel electric current, shout to let others know, try to stay upright, tuck your legs up to make yourself smaller and swim away from anything that could be energized. Do not head to boat or dock ladders to get out.


If you see someone who you suspect is getting shocked, do not immediately jump in to save 


connection at the meter base, and/or unplug shore power cords. Try to eliminate the source of electricity as quickly as possible; then call for help.


Learn more about electric shock drowning at the Safe Electricity website: http://bit.ly/SE_ESD.


You could be eligible for assistance


on your home phone service Lake Region Technology and Communications (LRTC) encourages eligible residential members to take advantage of available discounts on our home phone service. The Lifeline Program provides members with limited income a discount on home phone service.


You may qualify for Lifeline Program if you participate in one of the following assistance programs:


Medicaid Food Stamps  Federal Public Housing Assistance  Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)  National School Lunch Program  Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance  Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations  Tribally Administered Assistance for Needy Families


If you believe that you or someone you know meets the above requirements, please call us at 918-772-2526. Energy Star Rebates from your co-op


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about 348300 saving on your cooling cost, you can call Glen Clark at 918-772-2526.


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