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November 2014 continued from page 1 SWRE Works to Repair All Outages


Power restoration can be a tricky busi- ness, so if you lose service in your home or neighborhood please remember the following: • Stay clear of downed power lines. Contact with these lines could be life threatening.


• Report the outage to SWRE as soon as possible. Call SWRE at 1-800-256- 7973. If your call doesn’t get through right away, be patient and keep trying. Many members may be calling at the same time.


• Make sure to inform SWRE if loss of power to your home affects life


support systems or could cause any additional threat to health and safety.


SWRE appreciates your patience and cooperation whenever an outage occurs. In the case of widespread or extended outages ,SWR Ewil l pos t statu s update s o n the co-op’s website (www.swre.com) and Facebook page (“Southwest Rural Elec- tric”) as information becomes available. NEVER attempt to report outages


through Facebook or by e-mail, as those accounts are NOT monitored continu- ously. All outages should be reported by telephone at 1-800-256-7973.


FALL CHECK LIST Cooler weather is fast approaching!


Now is the time to take care of the following home projects:


• Weatherize your home. Caulk joints where materials meet. Add weath- erstripping to doors and windows. Install foam inserts in electrical recepticals on exterior walls.


• Add insulation. If your home needs more, start at the top and work down. Most warm air leaves through the roof, so start there.


• Have your heating system ser- viced.


turn on the heat. • Check any backup heating source,


stove, to be sure that it is in good working order. Now is the time to have your chimney cleaned.


• Check your smoke alarm and carbon-monoxide detectors to


What’s Cookin’ in the SWRE Kitchen...


10 graham crackers 2/3 cup butter, melted 2 cups confectioners’ sugar 1 cup crunchy peanut butter 2 cups semisweet chocolate chips


1. Line the bottom of a 10x15 pan with graham crackers.


2. In a medium bowl, cream together the butter, confectioners’ sugar, and peanut butter until smooth. Spread over the graham crackers and chill until firm (about 15 minutes) 3. Melt chocolate chips in a bowl over simmering water or in the microwave oven, stirring frequently. Spread chocolate over the layer of chilled peanut butter mixture. Refrigerate until firm, then cut into squares. (NOTE: To prevent cracking the chilled chocolate top when cutting into bars, warm a knife in hot water and dry with cloth prior to cutting).


P.O. Box 310 700 North Broadway


Tipton, OK 73570-0310 1-800-256-7973


is published monthly for distribution to members of Southwest Rural Electric Association.


make sure that they are functioning. Replace batteries if necessary. NOTE: If you don’t have smoke detectors or carbon monoxide detec- tors, GET THEM! they can be life savers!


• Install a programmable thermo- stat if you do not already have one. This can save a lot of money if you program it so that temps are lower at night or when no one is home. NOTE: Some modern thermostats can “learn” your family’s daily rou- tines, sense when no one is home, and be controlled remotely from related apps – all features that can -


ciency.


Joe Wynn, SWRE News editor Board of T


Dan White, Pres................. District 7


Don Ellis, Vice Pres. ...........District 1 D


Dan Lambert......................District 2 o n Proctor , Se c................Distric t 3


Ray Walker .........................District 4 Dan Elsener ........................District 5


Ronnie Swan ......................District 6 Carl Brockriede ..................District 8 Jimm y Holland,....... ...........Distric t 9


Association


Emergency Service


Payment Sites


Payments can be made at SWRE


700 North Br Tipton, OK 73570


Online payments can be made at www.swre.com


OR use the SWRE app


Payments may also be made at the following area banking institutions:


Oklahoma


Altus – First National Bank, National Bank of Commerce


Blair – Peoples State Bank Fr


Mt. Park – Bank of the Wichitas ederick – BancFirst, First National Bank


Snyder Tipton – First National Bank


– Bank of the Wichitas Texas


Chillicothe - First National Bank Crowell – State Bank Electra – Waggoner National Bank Vernon – Herring Bank, Waggoner Bank, Bank of the West


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


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