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www.PeoplesElectric.coop | June 2016 COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY


7th Annual All-American Blood Drive


Volunteers from PEC, Mercy and the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center will be serving up free food, tickets, t-shirts and prize drawings for a good cause 580901500


on Thursday, July 7. D


onate the life-saving gift of blood and enjoy hot dogs, chips


and drinks from 9 am to 6 pm at the Pontotoc County Agri-Plex for the 7th Annual Ada All-American Blood Drive.


Each donor will receive a t-shirt, two admission vouchers to the Oklahoma City Zoo and two admission vouchers to an Oklahoma City Dodgers game (some restrictions may apply).


Donors will also be entered in several great prize drawings, and do not have to be present to win. So far, drawing prizes include an electric ice cream maker and electric smoker grill sponsored by PEC and two Bedré Chocolate baskets sponsored by the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center.


All healthy persons 16 and older and meeting certain requirements* are encouraged to donate blood.


On average, close to 1,000 donors are needed statewide each day to meet all the needs of patients in the 150 hospitals serviced by OBI in Oklahoma.


Ada’s All American Blood Drive comes at a crucial time due to the decline in blood donors during the July 4 holiday week. In our area, 100% of the hospitals receive blood from OBI and its donors.


(Above) PEC’s Geographic Information System Technician Billy Gladden is powered up to give the gift of life at the 5th Annual Ada All-American Blood Drive in 2014.


* 16 year olds must weigh at least 125 and provide signed parental permission, 17 year olds must weigh at least 125 pounds, 18+ year olds must weigh at least 110 pounds.


Business Hours


8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday (877) 456-3031 or (580) 332-3031(Ada Area)


24 Hour Outage Reporting System (877) 272-1500 or


(580) 272-1500 (Ada Area) Website: www.PeoplesElectric.coop


IMPORTANT DATES Bills mailed ........................................31st Bills should be paid by the .........10th Cutoff s made ...................................20th


STEPS TO FOLLOW IF YOUR


ELECTRICITY GOES OFF 1. Check your fuse or breaker box. 2. Check with your neighbors. Are they off ? Have they reported the outage?


3. Call our 24 hour Outage Reporting System at toll-free 1-877-272-1500 or (580) 272-1500 (local Ada area).


4. Always report outages promptly! Remember, the cooperative's responsibility ends at the meter. If a service call is made and the trouble is found on the consumer's side, a $50.00 service charge will be assessed.


5. For faster service, please make sure we have the correct phone number(s) for your account on fi le. Your phone number will be used to access your account information.


Providing electricity and energy service to over 21,000 meters in the following 11 south central Oklahoma counties: Atoka, Carter, Coal, Garvin, Hughes, Johnston, McClain, Murray, Pittsburg, Pontotoc and Seminole.


BOARD OF TRUSTEES


Eldon Flinn - Fittstown Chairman & President


Jenny Trett- Sulphur Vice Chairman


Dr. Laurin Patton - Ada Secretary


Energy Effi ciency Tip of the Month


Use small electric pans, toaster ovens or convection ovens for small meals rather than your stove or oven. A toaster or convection oven uses one-third to one-half as much energy as a full-sized oven.


Source: energy.gov


Bob Thomas - Coalgate Treasurer


Jack Lambert - Ada Trustee


People’s Powerline is published monthly by


People's Electric Cooperative


P.O. Box 429 Ada, OK 74821


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