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TCEC Board President Joe Mayer selected for prestigious honor

Joe Mayer, president of the TCEC Board of Trustees, will be presented with a Governor's Excellence in Agriculture Award for Outstanding Achievement. See the full news release with more details from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry below.

Excellence in Agriculture Awards to be Presented at State Capitol on April 1

Area eighth graders selected for energy camp


TCEC Community and Member Relations Coordinator Leslie Kraich presented students Makayla Frentress,
Makenzie Yates, and Sarah Ferguson of Texhoma Middle School with their awards.

Concern for Community shines in Co-op Cares Food Drive - Elkhart


Dennis Reimer, Morton County Food Bank Administrator
During its annual Co-op Cares Food Drive, TCEC employees raised funds and the cooperative matched them to raise $3,140. Four food pantries in local communities will each receive $785 thanks to the generosity of the cooperative and its employees.

Bill payment scam targets local utility members

Members are receiving scam phone calls claiming their electricity will be turned off within hours unless they make an immediate payment. Individuals impersonating TCEC and other utilities try to gain access to the member’s bank account or ask for payment through a third-party vendor or a prepaid card.

Payment scams in general are an issue nationwide so it’s important all members are aware of the possibility they may be contacted.

Concern For Community Shines In Co-Op Cares Food Drive - Boise City Presentation

During its annual Co-op Cares Food Drive, TCEC employees raised funds and the cooperative matched them to raise $3,140. Four food pantries in local communities will each receive $785 thanks to the generosity of the cooperative and its employees.

TCEC’s donation was delivered to Cimarron County Food Pantry in Boise City on a very cold day, February 4. The pantry survives solely on donations.

Energy consumption greatest factor impacting electric bills

Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC) members have been fighting the winter chill, causing higher energy consumption for some members in December and leading to higher electric bills in January.

Local Cooperatives Contribute to YMCA

Panhandle Telephone Cooperative, Inc. (PTCI) and Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC) came together to donate $5,000 toward the Texas County Family YMCA’s annual fundraising campaign.

The annual support campaign helps fund the YMCA’s scholarship program, which helps low-income families with membership and program fees so they can take advantage of the YMCA’s offerings. The campaign also helps to keep programs affordable for all members, provides upkeep for the facility and helps with the overall sustainability of the YMCA.

Concern For Community Shines In Co-Op Cares Food Drive - Guymon Presentation

During its annual Co-op Cares Food Drive, TCEC employees raised funds and the cooperative matched them to raise $3,140. Four food pantries in local communities will each receive $785 thanks to the generosity of the cooperative and its employees.

The donation was delivered to Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry in Guymon on January 8. The pantry survives solely on donations.

“We are thankful for donations,” said Gail Parsley, Loaves and Fishes coordinator. “You can be assured we do our best to use every dollar wisely.”

Concern for Community shines in Co-op Cares Food Drive - Beaver Presentation

During its annual Co-op Cares Food Drive, TCEC employees raised funds and the cooperative matched them to raise $3,140. Four food pantries in local communities will each receive $785 thanks to the generosity of the cooperative and its employees.

The donation was delivered to the Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry in Beaver on January 8. The pantry survives solely on donations.

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