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co-op values Stay Healthy This Winter


Use your Co-op Connections to save on prescribed medications for your whole family


Stuffy nose, fever and sore throats are rampant this time of year, so don’t let high prescription costs keep you from the medicines you need. Your Co-op Connections card can save you from 10 to 85 percent on prescription drugs at participating pharmacies ( See local list, below). The Co-op Connections Program is free to all Kiwash Electric members, and one card can be used for the entire family! Here’s how to use your card:


1. To find pharmacies near you, call 800-800- 7616, or visit https://connections.carrythecard.com. Create an account with the member number on your card. Enter your zip code and search for providers near you.


2. Please don’t call the pharmacy for price quotes. Prices may change from day to day and they cannot be given over the telephone. To look up drug prices by location, use the Drug Pricing Lookup tool at Rxpricequotes.com before you visit the pharmacy.


3. Present your Co-op Connections card along with your prescriptions to the pharmacist. The pharmacy will compare the discount price with their retail price, and you pay the lower of the two prices directly to the pharmacy at the point of sale.


■ CORDELL EVETTS DRUG CLINIC PHARMACY


■ CLINTON CLINIC PHARMACY SALISBURY PHARMACY HOMELAND PHARMACY S & D DRUG WESTERN DRUG KMART PHARMACY


■ ELK CITY UNITED PHARMACY KEYES’ COMPOUNDING & SPECIALTY DRUG GRANDVIEW PHARMACY WALGREENS PAUL JONES DRUG HOMELAND


■ HOBART GRINNELL PRESCRIPTION SHOP BOOTHE DRUG STORE WALMART PHARMACY


■ HYDRO DEER CREEK PHARMACY


■ LEEDEY LEEDEY DRUG


■ MANGUM UNITED PHARMACY BRATTON DRUG PUCKETT DISCOUNT DRUG


■ MOUNTAIN VIEW JERRY’S PHARMACY


■ WEATHERFORD HEALTH EXPRESS PHARMACY MORE THAN MEDICINE CLINIC PHARMACY WALMART PHARMACY WALGREENS DRUG STORE ALLEN PHARMACY


■ THOMAS THOMAS DRUG CO.


Valentine’s Day Dessert


INGREDIENTS 1 (18 oz) package refrigerated sugar cookie dough


1 (8 oz) package cream cheese 1 cup confectioners’ sugar 1 (21 oz) can cherry pie filling 1 (8 oz) container frozen whipped topping, thawed


DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 350°F.


2. Roll the cookie dough to 1⁄4 inch thick and form it into a heart shape. Place the heart shape on a cookie sheet.


3. Bake at 350°F. for 10 minutes, or until the cookie is lightly brown on the edges.


4. In a large mixing bowl, mix cream cheese with confectioner’s sugar. Spread the mixture on cooled cookie dough. Cover with cherry pie filling and whipped cream. Yield: 9 servings.


SOURCE: ALLRECIPES.COM


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German Feast and Auction • February 7, 2015 Corn Bible Academy • 208 W. Reimer Street • Corn, Okla.


Bring friends, family and a healthy appetite if you’re planning to visit Corn on February 7. That’s the day of Corn’s famous German Feast and Auction, a festival that tips a hat to the community’s German heritage with an authentic feast featuring foods such as traditional verenika, sausage and cracklins, and schnetka, a tasty German pastry.


Festivities began at 10 am when homemade baked goods including pies, cakes, schnetka, candies, homemade breads, jellies, rolls, cakes and German sausage will be available. Sign up for the silent auction for a chance to win gift certificates, handmade toys and other handcrafted items.


AT 11:30 am, lines begin forming for the delicious German feast. The live auction begins at 12:30pm with a variety of items up for auction such as vacations, fishing trips, handmade quilts and afghans, sports collector items, gift baskets and much more.


And if you didn’t get enough to eat at lunch, come back at 5 pm for another traditional German meal and another live auction. For more details, please call 580-343-2262, or visit http://www. cornbible.org/giving_opportunities/german_feast.html.


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