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May 2016 24-Hour


Dispatching Emergency Service


1-800-256-7973


Payments can be made at SWRE, 700 North Broadway, Tipton, OK 73570.


made at www.swre.com or utilizing the SWRE app for phones and tablets. Payments may also be made at the following area banking institutions:


Online payments can be Oklahoma


Geothermal heats and cools efficiently bills!


Geothermal heat pumps use the constant temperature of the earth to heat and cool homes and businesses. The systems circulate water through coils that feed into the ground, then utilize the temperature of that water for heating and cooling (see diagrams above). SWRE members who are building a new home or business, or those who are considering a remodeling project, may especially want to consider installation of an efficient geothermal system. They can save 30-50 percent on energy


Altus – Frazer Bank, National Bank of Commerce


Geo-Energy Services is a company that is working with SWRE to provide information about geothermal to interested co-op members. Tyson Taussig, Geo-Energy’s rep, will be glad to discuss the benefits of adding a geothermal heat pump and system, and can answer


rebates, tax credits, and area installers. Tyson can be contacted by calling SWRE at 1-800-256-7973 or by e-mail, geothermal@swre.com.


What’s Cookin’ in the SWRE Kitchen Calico Cole Slaw


1 medium head green cabbage, shredded


3 carrots, shredded


1 green bell pepper, seeded and thinly sliced


1 red bell pepper, seeded and thinly sliced


1 yellow bell pepper, seeded and thinly sliced


1 Red Delicious apple, cored and chopped


1 Golden Delicious apple, cored and chopped


3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons white sugar 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt Ground black pepper, to taste


Directions


1. Toss the cabbage, carrots, bell peppers, and apples together in one bowl.


2. Whisk the apple cider vinegar, sugar, and sea salt together in a small bowl; season with black pepper. Pour the vinegar mixture over the cabbage mixture and gently toss to coat. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 30 minutes.


Honey and barbeque sauce give the traditional chicken quesadilla great flavor! questions about costs,


Blair – Peoples State Bank Snyder – All American Bank Frederick – BancFirst, Frazer


Bank Texas


Chillicothe – American National Bank


Crowell – State Bank Electra – Waggoner National Bank


Vernon – Herring Bank, Waggoner Bank, Bank of the West


NOTE: When paying at a bank, allow 7-10 days prior to the bill’s due date.


SWRE News


Joe Wynn, SWRE News editor Board of Trustees


Dan White, Pres. ................ District 7 Don Ellis, Vice Pres. ........... District 1 Don Proctor, Sec. ............... District 3 Dan Lambert ....................... District 2 Ray Walker ......................... District 4 Dan Elsener ........................ District 5 Ronnie Swan ...................... District 6 Carl Brockriede ................... District 8 Jimmy Holland .................... District 9


Southwest Rural Electric Assn. P.O. Box 310


700 North Broadway Tipton, OK 73570-0310 1-800-256-7973


SWRE News is published monthly for distribution to members of South west Rural Electric Association.


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