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Members Named Best in Oklahoma and other plush amenities.


Two businesses on Choctaw Electric Cooperative lines earned top honors in the Best of Oklahoma Living issue published in January.


Sponsored by the statewide rural electric cooperative magazine, the annual competition invites readers to vote on their favorite Oklahoma restaurants, rodeos, Christmas parades and more.


Congratulations, you're


Voted best antique store by Oklahoma Living readers, Janet's Treasure Chest in Hochatown rolls out an array of unique and collectible antiques plus the world's largest collection of Bigfoot memorabilia.


Congratulations


to these businesses for being the "best of the best," and thank you for your contribution to southeast Oklahoma!


Winning votes as the best romantic getaway, the Chasing Fireflies Cabin in Broken Bow is owned by Mike and Nancy Simon. The cabin pampers guests with a heart shaped jacuzzi tub, heated tile floors, fireplace, hanging king size bed


For more information on the chasing Fireflies Cabin, visit https://www.facebook.com/ ChasingFirefliesCabin/. For more info on Janet's Treasure Chest, call 580-494-6639 or visit www. beaversbend lodging.com.


March 4


WORTH REMEMBERING March 16


Deadline to enter CEC's Energy Camp contests. For details, visit www.choctawelectric.coop or call 800-780-6486.


March 13


Daylight Savings Time begins. Set your clocks up by one hour and enjoy the extra long days!


AARP Defensive Driving Course at CEC in Antlers. The course is open to the public. The cost is $15 for AARP members; others pay $20. Price includes a course handbook and other materials. To enroll,please call 800-780-6486, ext. 209. Class begins at 9 am.


Kilowatt Kid's Camp Lines Up Fun Activities for Local Kids


Summer will be here before you know it and that means Kilowatt Kid's Camp!


Choctaw Electric camp coordinators have been busy making plans for camp, which will take place on the following dates:


June 23


9 am - 11:30 am CEC Idabel


June 30


9 am - 11:30 am CEC Hugo


The theme for Kilowatt Kid's Camp this year is “We Can Stay Safe Around Electricity.” All children, ages first through third grade, are welcome to attend.


OFFICIAL


Kids enjoy a morning of making crafts, playing games and participating in hands- on activities that help them understand the importance of electrical safety.


Camp enrollment forms will be published in your co-op newsletter in April. For more details about Kilowatt Kid's Camp, please call Jia Johnson or Brad Kendrick at 800-780-6486.


MINUTES


Scan this code with your smartphone or tablet to read the monthly minutes of your co-op board meeting. Minutes are also available at any CEC location. Members requesting hard


copies must sign a non disclosure agreement.


To scan the code, install a Bar Code Scanner app, available at the App Store.


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