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NOV 3 - DEC 31 Adair T e Christmas Train Dry Gulch USA 918-785-2156


NOVEMBER 7-9 Tulsa Wizard World Tulsa Comic Con 101 Civic Center 918-894-4350


NOVEMBER 7-8 Grove Pioneer Days Har-Ber Village Museum 918-786-6446


NOVEMBER 8 Miami Oakridge Boys in Concert Buff alo Run


918-542-7140 x 2200


NOVEMBER 8-9 Grove 2 Hip Chicks Roadshow Grove Civic Center 612-888-3002


NOVEMBER 8-9 Tulsa Wanemacher’s Tulsa Arms Show Expo Square 918-492-0401


NOVEMBER 11 Jay Veteran’s Day Parade Main Street 918-253-8698


Events are published as space allows and must be submitted at least 60 days in advance. Send information, including phone number for publication, to Northeast Connection Events Calendar, PO Box 948, Vinita, OK 74301. Or, send information by


ormation by email to kell .rush@neelectric.co y email to kelly y.rush@neelectric.co com.


Tap lines carry power to the transformers outside of homes and other build- ings. NEOEC line crews iden fy which damaged lines to work on fi rst based on which lines will restore power to the greatest number of members.


Many  mes, the issue is resolved once the tap lines are repaired. But have you ever lost power only to look next door and see the lights s ll blazing from your neighbor’s window? When this happens, it generally means that the service line between your home and the nearby transformer has been damaged. If this happens, call NEOEC at 800-256-6405 right away so we can send a line crew to your home.


Power restora on can be a tricky business, 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 NEOEC as soon as possible.


• Make sure to inform us if loss of power to your home aff ects life support systems or could cause any addi onal threat to health and safety.


We appreciate your pa ence and coopera on whenever an outage occurs. For more informa on on outages, stay connected with NEOEC on Facebook, or check our website at www.neelectric.com. ●


Find us at www.facebook.com/neokrec


LUCKY ACCOUNT NUMBER


Compare this account number to the one that appears on your monthly electric bill. If they match, contact the co-op at 1-800-256-6405, extension 9332, to claim a $25 credit on your electric account.


192819


This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


If you wish to fi le a Civil Rights program complaint of dis- crimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at http://www.ascr.usda. gov/complaint_fi ling_cust.html, or at any USDA offi ce, or call (866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information request- ed in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Offi ce of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Av- enue, S. W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202) 690-7442 or email at program.intake@usda.gov.


NOV 19- JAN 1 Broken Arrow Rhema Christmas Lights 1025 W. Kenosha St. 918-258-1588


NOVEMBER 21-23 Claremore Dickens on the Boulevard Downtown 918-341-5881


NOVEMBER 21-23 Tulsa An Aff air of the Heart Expo Square 800-755-5488


NOV 27-JAN 1 Ketchum Winter Wonderland Christmas Light Tour Pine Lodge Resort 918-782-1400


NOV 27-DEC 30 Fairland Twin Bridges Park of Lights Twin Bridges Park 918-542-6969


NOV 29-DEC 14 Grove 19th Century Christmas on Main Har-Ber Village 918-786-6446


Northeast Connection is published monthly to communicate with the members of Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative.


Offi cers and Trustees


PRESIDENT - Dandy A. Risman, District 5 VICE PRESIDENT - John L. Myers, District 4


SECRETARY-TREASURER - Benny L. Seabourn, District 2


ASST. SECRETARY-TREASURER - Everett L. Johnston, District 3 Harold W. Robertson, District 1 Sharron Gay, District 6


James A. Wade, District 7 Bill R. Kimbrell, District 8 Jimmy Caudill, District 9


Management Team Anthony Due, General Manager


Larry Cisneros, P.E., Manager of Engineering Services Susanne Frost, Manager of Offi ce Services Cindy Hefner, Manager of Public Relations Tim Mixson, Manager of Operations


Connie Porter, Manager of Financial Services


Vinita headquarters: Four and a half miles east of Vinita on Highway 60/69 at 27039 South 4440 Road.


Grove offi ce: 212 South Main.


Business hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Offi ces are closed Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Available 24 hours at: 1-800-256-6405


If you experience an outage: 1. Check your switch or circuit breaker in the house and on the meter pole to be sure the trouble is not on your side of the service.


2. When contacting the cooperative to report an outage, use the name as it appears on your bill, and have both your pole number and account


number ready.


Please direct all editorial inquiries to Communications Specialist Clint Branham at 800-256-6405 ext. 9340 or email clint.branham@neelectric.com.


November 2014 - 3


All Around Green Country


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