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CEC Offers Free Energy Curriculum Classes help students understand the basics of electrical energy


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aising children to be smart energy consumers is key to reducing energy waste, keeping rates affordable, and


protecting the environment. Choctaw Electric Cooperative (CEC) is committed to building energy awareness among elementary, middle school, and high school students by offering free energy education classes for interested schools.


Four different courses are available. From basic electrical safety to understanding alternative energy, each class is designed to make learning about energy fun. CEC energy experts provide hands-on instruction and guidance and all course materials. Each course may be customized to fit your classroom, with study units, field trips, and more.


■ CEC DANGER RANGER


A good choice for elementary school students, Danger Ranger teaches kids why electrical safety is important and how they can stay safe in their home and neighborhood. Video games and other tools keep students entertained and interested.


■ GET POWERED!


Where does electricity come from? How is it transmitted and delivered to our homes and businesses? Get Powered helps students understand the complex process of power generation and delivery and distribution.


■ WHAT'S UP WITH GREEN?


This course for middle school students uses experiments and activities to teach teens about different forms of


Community Events


Help us promote your event by sending event details in advance. Please send event information to Jennifer Boling/Inside Your Co-op/ PO Box 758, Hugo, OK 74743; or e-mail info to jboling@choctawelectric.coop. Events and dates are subject to change.


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CEC's Brad Kendrick explains renewable resources to students from Haworth School.


energy, how to use it energy efficiently and why wise energy use is important to protecting our environment.


■ GO ECO!


For middle school or high school students, Go Eco reveals the difference between kinetic and mechanical energy and how alternative energy resources utilize both to create electricity. The course includes a variety of hands-on tools to help students understand how electricity is generated, transmitted and delivered. Students also learn about nuclear and bio-mass power.


For more information on CEC's free energy courses for schools, please call 800-780-6486, ext. 209.


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New Year


CEC Closed for the holiday. To report an outage, please call 800-780-6486.


Tanya Tucker in Concert Choctaw Casino, Grant


Hinder in Concert Choctaw Casino, Grant


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Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce Banquet


Spring Livestock Show & McCurtain County Fairgrounds, Idabel


Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce Bass Fishing Tournament, Broken Bow


Spring Wood Art Exhibit, Forest Heritage Center, Broken Bow


Win A $50 Bill Credit!


To be eligible, simply fill out a CEC customer service survey, available at any CEC office location. Once you've completed the survey and returned it to CEC, you will be automatically entered in our drawing for a $50 electric bill credit. Drawings will take place every three months.


Lucky Account #29824002 ($25 Bill Credit). If the account number


above belongs to you, contact your co- op by the 10th of the month to claim your $25 bill credit. Call Jennifer Boling at 800-780-6486, ext. 207, or contact CEC via email or in person.


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