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Touchstone Energy Leadership Summit on Saturday, February 6, 2016. Crabb and Puentes both of Hollis, OK represented Harmon Electric Association at the training, where they received a $250 college scholarship and a chance to win an additional scholarship worth $1,000. Crabb is the daughter of Larry & Donna


Crabb. She is a senior at Hollis High School, FFA Reporter, high school cheerleader, and on the yearbook staff. M’Kyla is also in the National Honor Society, was a 2015 Girls State delegate and chosen as a Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Delegate. Aſter graduation she plans to attend Southwestern Oklahoma State University and major in Elementary Education A senior at


M’Kyla Crabb


senior percussionist with the Tiger Band and also a member of the First Baptist Church youth group. Freddie is in the National Honor Society and also on the high school academic team.


college and obtain a dgree in journalism. Puentes and Crabb joined approximately 30


Hollis High School, Puentes is the son of Fredrico & Barbara Puentes.


Aſter graduation he plans to attend


students from around the state in Oklahoma City for the Summit. Following the leadership program, the group attended the OKC Blues basketball game against the Toronto Raptors 905 at the Cox Convention Center.


Freddie Puentes New District 4 Trustee Appointed


Braden Cunningham was appointed during the November, 2015 board meeting to represent District 4 of Harmon Electric’s service territory. Braden will replace Bob Allen who resigned from this position in September of 2015.


Braden was raised in Altus and graduated from high school there. He graduated from college at Oklahoma University. Braden lives in Harmon County along with his wife Raegen and two adorable sons, Barrett and Palmer. He owns and operates his farming and ranching business, and Raegen is an elementary teacher for the Hollis school system.


Braden is very excited and eager to serve the members of District 4.


He is a


Touchstone Energy Leadership Summit M’Kyla Crabb and Freddie Puentes were chosen to attend the


$250 Scholarship Winners Attend


Thanks again for long hours in adverse conditions, Thank Y!ou Notes


working hard to get us back on line. I know the line crews worked hard, but without the girls in the office I’m sure it would hot have been as fast and smooth!


Thank Each of You, Johnny & Cheryl Horton


To all of the crew at Harmon Electric, our family just


wants to say thank you so much for getting our power back on. We appreciate all of the many sacrifices & hard work put forth.


Thank you again & many blessings in the New Year! The Birdwell Family & Bassel Family


ice storms.


Thanks for all your hard work over the holidays and The money our coop has spent on new


infrastructure greatly paid off out in the Jester and Mangum areas with power outages being only minimal and short lived.


Thanks again, Heatly Farms (Jack Heatly)


Dear Friends, Has anyone told you lately how much


we like having electricity in our homes? If not, let us tell you that you are greatly appreciated. No matter the job that you have you were affected by the last electrical outage. Some had to be out in bad weather, muddy roads and other aggravating circumstances. Others had to contend with impatient people who didn’t understand that there was not just one switch to fix everything that was wrong. We had very pleasant people who answered the phone or worked on the lines. Thank you. All of you work together to help protect others. We’ve been told that we in the United States are spoiled to enjoy the conveniences. Guess what! We like being spoiled if that is what it’s called. So thank you for continuing to “spoil” us and being kind to us at the same time.


Your grateful customers, Bill & Maurice Searcey


Mr. Paxton, I believe I was one of the few who actually had some service during this past weekend.


I know


of two times at least I tried to call the office to make payment and they were out of power and thought I was out of power too but I was not. The group of people working for you are wonderful, including those out in the field who are in fact risking their lives to keep the rest of us comfortable. I know of at least one lineman that died this past weekend doing his job though not in this area. A true tragedy, but one people should be aware of when we tend to fuss about not having power...they aren’t just worker bees, they risk their lives for us...so my thanks to all of your employees, in and out of the office.


Have a wonderful New Year! Lori (Collvins) Bennett


When the electricity was down, we were praying for


you! We are so thankful for all the dangerous, freezing cold, muddy, and wet jobs you do. You sacrifice much to serve others. You are greatly appreciated and admired.


Thank you, Thank you! Harlan & Gloria Mefford


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