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KUP KEC will launch KUP in June 2015


• Members bills will be rounded up to the nearest dollar • See how to opt-out if you choose not to participate


Do I have to participate in KUP? NO. Every KEC member has a choice not to participate in the KUP program. This notice gives you an opportunity to express a desire not to participate in the KUP Program. Your monthly bill will automatically be rounded up starting June 1, 2015 if KEC has not been noti- fied of you opting out.


Opt-out options: 1. Call KEC at 1-800-535-1079 and let us know you do not wish to participate in KUP. 2. Send an email to contact@ kayelectric.coop with your ac- count number, name, address and telephone number stating you do not wish to participate in KUP. 3. Send a letter to KEC P.O. Box 607, Blackwell OK. 74631 with


your account number, address, telephone and name stating you do not wish to participate in KUP. 4. Go to www.kayelectric.coop and click on KUP and fill out the opt-out form and hit submit.


K UP 2354000


Here are a few projects other Oklahoma electric cooperatives funded through their operation round up program:


- Replaced stage curtains and made stage improvements at an


Kay Electric Cooperative Community Foundation


elementary school. - Aided in the purchase of a large-storytime mat for their stu- dents. - An Oklahoma co-op made a do- nation to it’s local American Red Cross Chapter. - Aided with the cost of a walk-in freezer for a local food bank. - Aided in costs associated with the audio/video equipement for a local teen court organization. - Accepted an application from a local police department to pur- chase dash cameras.


Concern for Community While focusing on mem- ber needs, cooperatives work for the sustainable development of their communities through policies accepted by their members.


The photos below and on page three were taken at the February District Meetings.


Marland Substation 2


Medford Substation


LEFT: KEC’s Attorney Jon Ihrig, shares the requirements to be a KEC Trustee. RIGHT: Max Hohmann calls his district four meeting to order.


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