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■ currents Safety Is A Year-Round Priority 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.


MAY 8-10 Kiamichi Independent Bikers Rally & Bike Show, Idabel


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CEC Information Meeting 6:30 pm, Wright City School Cafeteria


CEC Information Meeting 6:30 pm, Broken Bow Library


9-12 Red Slough Birding Convention, Idabel


16-17 Beavers Bend Rod Run 22-24 Heartland National Sand Drag Race, Atoka


27 Hugo PRCA Rodeo Slack 6 pm, Hugo Rodeo Arena


28 Hugo PRCA Steer Roping 7 pm, Hugo Rodeo Arena


29-30 Hugo PRCA Rodeo 8 pm, Hugo Rodeo Arena


JUNE 19-20 Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival Beavers Bend


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Blue Mountain Cruzers Car and Truck Show, Pool Park Hartshorne


of electrical hazards. At Choctaw Electric, raising safety awareness is a year-round pursuit that takes shape in a number of ways that you ought to know about:


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Danger Ranger. Wake up the kids in your classroom with CEC’s Danger Ranger curriculum. This free program includes an in-class presentation and a number of fun, interactive materials to help kids understand the power of electricity.


CPR Classes. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, saves lives, but knowing how to do it properly is key. CEC offers CPR training to local communities, groups and nonprofit organizations. Classes are taught by qualified instructors and includes learning material for participants to take home.


ay is National Electrical Safety Month, a nationwide campaign to raise awareness


Safety Demonstrations. CEC’s free safety presentations leave a valuable impression on youth and adults alike. Schedule a free presentation for your civic group or classroom and prepare to learn.


Drive Safely. Become a better driver—and save money on car insurance—by enrolling in an AARP Defensive Driving course. CEC offers this course to the public for a small fee that includes course materials.


Kid’s Zone. If your kid loves computer games, send him to the Touchstone Energy’s website for kids at www.kidsenergyzone.com. They’ll enjoy the online action, and get smart about electricity.


For more details about the safety programs mentioned above, please visit www.choctawelectric.coop, or give us a call at 800-780-6486.


Pencil This In... Trustees Host Member Information Meetings


Trustees of Choctaw Electric are continuing their efforts to keep members informed by hosting a series of public information meetings. Andrea Slaton, District D trustee, will moderate a meeting with members on Monday, May 11, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the Wright City Public School Cafeteria. On May 12, 2015, Joe Silk, District B trustee, will host an information meeting for members at 6:30 pm at the Broken Bow Library.


For details, please call Andrea Slaton at 580-933-4870 or 405- 747-6423, or Joe Silk, 580-236-2875 or 580-494-6112.


Congratulations Youth Tour Winners!


Choctaw Electric Cooperative is proud to have you represent us on the 2015 Rural Electric Youth Tour in Washington DC.


Aaron Sossamon Ft. Towson High School


Traeton Dansby Valliant High School


Kacee Schier Antlers High School 6 | may 2015


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