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Bluejacket (District 3), Stephanie Czapansky of Vinita (District 4), Cleora Bap st Church (District 5), Wanda Browner-Payton of Pryor (District 6), Debbie Chancellor of Rose (District 7), Flossie Gwen Hi le of Kansas (District 8), and Steve Dozier of Grove (District 9).


Major prize winners included: Shane Wakeland of Grove (electric grill), Richard Hauser of Wyando e (Generac 800-wa portable generator), Rebecca Huggins of Vinita (YETI 20-quart Hopper), Michael Smith of Ketchum (YETI 65-quart Tundra cooler), Milton Honawa, Jr., of Strang (pair of OU vs. OSU bedlam football game  ckets), Mary Warma of Grove (pair of OU vs. OSU bedlam football game  ckets), and Sherry Simpson of Locust Grove (pair of OU vs. OSU bedlam football game  ckets).


Youth winning laptop computer systems were: Ethan Costerisan of Welch, Logan Kirk of Colcord, Rose Love of Strang and Kaylen Pennington of Jay. *962732*


Comple ng a member survey form paid off for Vernon Hjelden of Grove, who took home an iPad Mini 4 (courtesy of KAMO Power) for his  me. John Daugherty, Jr., of Fairland won a S hl Lithium Ion ba ery-powered trimmer with accessories (courtesy of Northeast Rural Services) as a result of signing up for paperless billing.


Winners of registra on prizes were: Louis Bullard of A on ($50 Walmart gi card, courtesy of Arkansas Electric Coopera ves,


Inc.), Rusty Barker of Miami (Cra sman  re infl ater), and Charles Rhodes of Quapaw (electric smoker).


Jody Morris of Bluejacket was the lucky winner of the football tailga ng/watch party package, the only prize whose winner was required to be present to win. The package included a 10’ x 10’ pop-up tent, an LG 55-inch LED HDTV, a YETI 85-quart Tank cooler, a folding table, electric smoker, electric grill, outdoor games and a $100 Walmart gi card.


The coopera ve would like to extend a special thanks to the Vinita Rotary Club for assis ng with the prepara on and distribu on of food and beverages, the Vinita Hornet Dugout Club for assis ng with the coordina on of parking, Boy Scout Troop 66 of Vinita for its presenta on of the fl ags and help with clean-up a er the mee ng, and Peaceful Animal Adop on Shelter (PAAS) for their assistance with the Kid Zone.


“We invite all of the members who a ended this year to come back next year, and hope to see many more for the 79th Annual Mee ng,” Due said.


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• All the ac vity didn’t interrupt this li le one’s nap


• Boy Scout Troop 66 readies to present the colors


• A large crowd quickly forms at the registra on area


• Members come to support their candidate for the board


• Learning about electrical safety in the Kid Zone


• Employee Kathy Markham congratulates Craig County student Ethan Costerisan on his win


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• 1969 Youth Tour a endee Pauline Hale stopped by to visit about the great  me she had on Youth Tour as a Grove High School student


• BOLT Manager Sheila Allgood visits with members


• This young pup was looking for a new home in the PAAS tent by the Kid Zone


• Looking spiff y for REC Day


• Employee Shelly Allensworth explains the registra on and vo ng process


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• Country musician Paul Bogart greets fans following his outstanding performance


• This li le one wants to head back over to the Kid Zone


• Employee Ricky Reece presents Jason Faul of Fairland with a $500 electric credit


6 - NE Connection


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