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3 4 - The Xtreme 5K Have fun and support two great causes


6 - System additions Preparing for the future by adding substa- tions near Ketchum and Saline Creek


11 - It’s not carry-out Making your own tasty pizza


Energy Effi ciency Tip - Space Heaters more inside


3 The fi rst of 7 co-op principles: Voluntary and Open Membership


7 More details on Youth Programs 8 Returned capital credits


10 BOLT delivery at-a-glance 12 Meet the newest retirees


LUCKY ACCOUNT NUMBER


Compare this account number to the one that appears on your monthly electric bill. If they match, contact the co-op at 1-800-256-6405, extension 9332, to claim a $25 credit on your electric account.


931544


Looking to save on your energy bill by turning to space heaters to warm your home? You may want to think again. While some areas may be more comfortable with the added heat, space heaters should be used sparingly to avoid added expense. Keep in mind, electric space heaters are not created equally. Vornado has a model highly-ranked by Good Housekeeping, for around $150, while another popular, and signifi cantly pricier, maker using infrared heat ranks near the bo om. A middle of the pack heater by Holmes comes in around $40. Choose carefully and always follow the safety instruc ons included with the heater.


Curious what it will cost to run a space heater? Follow this formula. A sample calcula on is included to the right.


Wa age of Heater X Hours of Daily Use = Wa -hours Wa -hours / 1,000 = Kilowa -hours (kWh) kWh X kWh Rate = Electric Cost Per Day Days of Use x Cost Per Day = Monthly Cost


1,500 x 10 = 15,000 15,000 / 1,000 = 15 15 x $0.0879 = $1.32 30 days x $1.32 = $39.60


*The kilowa -hour rate used in the example above is Northeast Oklahoma Electric’s current rate. It does not included the power cost adjustment, which applies to all kWhs.


FEBRUARY 2-8  Tulsa Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show Expo Square 918-519-1210


FEBRUARY 2-22 (various dates)  Grove Grove Playmakers’ T e Lion in Winter 121 W. 3rd Street 918-786-8950


FEBRUARY 11  Vinita Home of Hope Chocolate Aff air Craig County Fairgrounds 918-256-7825


A runner keeps her eyes on the course of The Xtreme 5K last year. Make plans to tackle the course during a run that benefi ts the Boys & Girls Club and Teen Challenge.


2 - NE Connection


FEBRUARY 12-14  Wagoner Western Hills Winter Bluegrass Festival T e Lodge @ Sequoyah State Park 405-273-8578


FEBRUARY 13-15  Grove Grove Home & Garden Show Grove Civic Center 918-786-9079


FEBRUARY 19-21  Miami Miami Little T eatre’s Deathtrap Coleman T eatre 918-540-2425


FEBRUARY 20-22  Tulsa Darryl Starbird’s Custom Car Show Expo Square 918-257-4235


FEBRUARY 21  Monkey Island Mardis Paws Big Shots


918-786-7630


MARCH 6-8 Grove Grand Lake Boat & Sport Show Grove Civic Center 918-786-2289


MARCH 7 Miami Peoria Stomp Dance Ottawa-Peoria Cultural Center 918-540-2535


Events are published as space allows and must be submi ed at least 60 days in advance. Send informa on, including phone number for publica on, to Northeast Connec on Events Calendar, PO Box 948, Vinita, OK 74301. Or, send informa on by email to kelly.rush@neelectric.com.


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