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2015 Fourth Quarter Applications Due Jan. 4, 2016


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Kay Electric K UP Community Foundation Inc.


The board met in October to review its first seven grant applications. Grants totaling $8,650 will be distributed to five of the applicants. 2015 third-quarter grants include:


• Hospice of North Central Oklahoma will purchase new oxygen concentrators for it patients with a $1200 grant from KECF.


• Living Water Community Clinic in Blackwell will assist its patients and clinic operations with a $1250 grant from KECF.


• Deer Creek – Lamont Parents Teachers Organization (PTO) will purchase portable stage curtains for numerous student activities with a $2500 grant from KECF.


• Braman Volunteer Fire Depart- ment will purchase helmet-mount- ed flashlights, a chainsaw and Halligan bars with a $2500 grant from KECF.


• Deer Creek Food Pantry will pur- chase 140 turkeys for its Thanks- giving and Christmas dinner bas- kets aiding citizens in both Grant and Kay Counties with a $1200 grant from KECF.


Applications for the fourth-quarter grants are due Jan. 4, 2016. Down- load program details and applications at www.kayelectric.coop


Kay Electric Community Foundation Financials through Nov. 1, 2015


Income KUP


Fundraiser Total


Expenses Grants Misc.


Total Balance Nov. 1 2


$ 9,741.62 $ 7,232.31 $16,973.93


$ 8,650.00 $ 1,939.89 $10,589.89


$ 6,384.04


Top photo: KECF’s President Jared Grell and KEC’s


Austin Partida award Braman’s Fire Chief Jeff Spencer a grant. Bottom photo: KECF’s Vice-President Barbara Regier and KEC’s Austin Partida award the Deer Creek Food Pantry a grant.


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