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July 2016


NORTHWESTERN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. Plan for a safe and happy Fourth T


he month of July is a great time to plan activities with family and friends. It’s the middle of sum-


mer, the kids are out of school and of we celebrate Independence Day! 7\SLFDOO\ RQ WKH )RXUWK ZH FHO- ebrate our nation’s independence with grilled hamburgers and hot dogs, homemade ice cream and other sweet WUHDWV DQG ODVW EXW QRW OHDVW ¿UHZRUNV This is a time for fellowship with fam- ily and friends, but at Northwestern Electric, we also want to make sure our members focus on safety. 7R HQVXUH \RX KDYH WKH EHVW )RXUWK of July possible, we would like to re- mind you about a few important safety tips from The American Red Cross. 1RWKLQJ VD\V ³)RXUWK RI -XO\´ OLNH D VSHFWDFXODU ¿UHZRUNV GLVSOD\


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safest way to enjoy this part of the cel- HEUDWLRQ LV WR KHDG WR D ORFDO ¿UHZRUNV show. But, if you want to put on your own show at home, be sure to follow these safety tips: • $OZD\V IROORZ WKH LQVWUXFWLRQV RQ ¿UHZRUNV¶ SDFNDJLQJ DQG QHYHU JLYH ¿UHZRUNV WR VPDOO FKLOGUHQ • .HHS D VXSSO\ RI ZDWHU FORVH E\ as a precaution.


Hidden account number contest


Last month’s numbers went unclaimed. They belonged to Todd Moss and Jerry Janik. We have hidden two account


numbers somewhere in the articles in this newsletter. The numbers will always be enclosed in parentheses and will look similar to this example (XXXXXX).


If you recognize your account


number, give us a call on or before the 8th of the current month and we’ll give you a credit on your bill for the amount stated. This month’s numbers are worth $100 each. Happy hunting!


FXSV DOPRQG ÀRXU 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 large eggs


1/4 cup pure maple syrup 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


1/2 cup coconut oil (softened, but not melted) 1 cup bittersweet chocolate chips


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medium mixing bowl. Beat in the eggs, maple syrup, vanilla, and coconut RLO ZLWK D KDQG PL[HU XQWLO ZHOO FRPELQHG )ROG LQ WKH FKRFRODWH FKLSV


On a parchment-lined baking sheet, drop tablespoon-sized balls of cookie dough about 2 inches apart. Bake for 15 minutes. Remove from oven, cool, and serve.


Yield: 2 dozen


• 0DNH VXUH WR ZHDU protective eyewear when OLJKWLQJ ¿UHZRUNV • /LJKW RQO\ RQH ¿UHZRUN DW D WLPH DQG never attempt to relight “a dud.” • 6WRUH ¿UHZRUNV LQ a cool, dry place away from children and pets. • 1HYHU WKURZ RU SRLQW D ¿UHZRUN WRZDUG people, animals, vehicles, VWUXFWXUHV RU ÀDPPDEOH materials.


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Cookouts are a great way to bring IRONV WRJHWKHU RQ WKH )RXUWK :KHWKHU you are grilling in your back yard or at a community park, make sure your feast includes a generous portion of fun and a side helping of safety! We recommend the following safety tips: • 6XSHUYLVH \RXU JULOO DW DOO WLPHV • 8VH WKH SURSHU WRROV IRU FRRNLQJ on a grill. (18132001) • 1HYHU DGG FKDUFRDO VWDUWHU ÀXLG when the coals have already been ignited. • $OZD\V IROORZ WKH PDQXIDFWXUHUV instructions when using grills. )LUHZRUNV DQG FRRNRXWV ZRXOGQ¶W


be complete without a sunny day. Here’s hoping we have good weather, and if we do, make sure you are prac- ticing sun safety: • 8VH D EURDG VSHFWUXP 63) VXQ- screen and reapply often. • 3URWHFW \RXU H\HV E\ ZHDULQJ sunglasses. • 'ULQN SOHQW\ RI ZDWHU • %H RQ WKH ORRNRXW IRU VLJQV RI heat stroke (hot red skin; changes in consciousness; rapid, weak pulse; rapid, shallow breathing).


However you choose to celebrate, Northwestern Electric wishes you a VDIH DQG +DSS\ )RXUWK RI -XO\


Grain Free Chocolate Chip Cookies


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