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Cimarron Trustees


Tom Kloeppel, President.........Dist. 6 Ron Sproul, V-President..........Dist. 1 Jim Simmons, Secretary..........Dist. 9 Robert Yeoman, Treasurer.......Dist. 7 Amie Reed...............................Dist. 4 Gene Peters..............................Dist. 5 Rudy Patzkowsky....................Dist. 3 Raymond Flatt.........................Dist. 8 Chalentz Hedges......................Dist. 2


Cimarron CEO Mark Snowden


CEC News Editor Barry Haynie


What to do if the electricity goes off...


1. Check your fuse or breaker box.. 2. Check with your neighbors. Is their power off? If so, have they already reported the outage? 3. Text your outage if you have your cell phone set up into our text outage system. You will receive a text back, that your outage was reported. We will also text you when your power is restored!


If not signed up for text outage reporting, then call CEC at 375-4121 or our toll free number 1-800-375- 4121 and the trouble will be corrected as soon as possible.


Please have your service #, account #, or map location ready. This information is very valuable if you have multiple accounts.


Connect, Disconnects Not Made On Weekends.


For Updates on Outages, go to cimarronelectric.com or friend us on facebook.


Monica Ingle holding little 2 month old, Zita Ingle. Youngest at the annual meeting.


Please call our office and confirm that your cell phone is listed on your Acct. Then you can download the text outage application.


Cimarron COO, Jeff Hyatt, started the meeting with a prayer. He then recognized our guest in attendance. He introduced the Cimarron Trustees and their spouses and thanked all the members who attended the meeting. He thanked all the employ- ees who cooked the meal and helped to put on the an- nual meeting.


Attorney Randy Mecklen- burg announced the results


Horace Willams was the oldest at the meeting at 100 years old. Horace said he was 20 when Cimarron Electric got started.


of the three District Meetings. Ron Sproul retained his seat at District 1. Gene Peters retained his seat at District 5 and Rudy Patzkowsky retained his seat at District 3. Mecklenburg was recognized as he is retiring from Cimarron Electric.


As always, the meeting con- cluded with prize drawings. As Jeff read out the names of the winners, the Cimarron Elec- tric Board of Directors handed out the prizes to the winning members. The grand prize win- ner of one thousand dollars was won by Iris Oyler. The meeting adjourned at 8:00 PM.


Touchstone Energy at Cimarron Electric Touchstone Energy, the national marketing arm of the National


Rural Electric Cooperative Association, held a focus meeting with Cimarron Electric and other rural electric cooperatives from western Oklahoma at our headquarters building in Kingfisher. These focus meetings allow us to share ideas with each other and to communicate ways that we can serve you,our members better.


Annual Meeting is Short and Sweet (from page 1)


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