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Co-op Connections: Bank of Beaver City

TCEC members who present their card at the Bank of Beaver City will receive a free safe deposit box for one year with a new deposit account, such as checking.
With locations in Turpin, Oklahoma, and Liberal, Kansas, as well as the main office in Beaver, Oklahoma, the Bank of Beaver City has three full service banking locations to meet customer needs. The bank was chartered more than one hundred years ago, in 1902, by a group of local businessmen.

Automated phone payments increase data security

As announced in March and continued through September, all phone payments must be made through an automated system rather than a live person effective September 6. TCEC is making this change as part of its commitment to become 100 percent compliant with Payment Card Industry security standards for the protection of consumers’ data during financial transactions.

TCEC invites members to 71st Annual Meeting

TCEC's office will close at 3 p.m. Thursday, September 22, for the cooperative's 71st annual membership meeting. Please join us at the Texas County Activity Center in Guymon at 5:30 p.m.

“Our future is bright” is the theme for TCEC’s 71st annual membership meeting. TCEC invites members and their families to come to the Texas County Activity Center at 5th and Sunset in Guymon on Thursday, September 22, at 5:30 p.m. to find out why the future is bright for the cooperative.

Instructions for SmartHub

SmartHub replaces the TCEC Mobile app and previous online portal for online account management effective September 6, 2016. To help smooth the transition for our members, here are some instructional materials on how to use SmartHub. Click here to access TCEC's SmartHub.

Important Notice: New bill design, online tools, mobile app

TCEC has moved to an improved software system. The new system streamlines processes and provides a better member experience. We appreciate your patience during the transition. As of September 6, please note the following:

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Youth Leadership Camp Highlight of Summer

Education and fun combined for a memorable time for two high school juniors this summer. TCEC selected two delegates to attend the 40th annual Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Alfonso Ortega of Optima and Hutton Parsons of Hooker recently returned excited by all they saw and did.

Co-op Connections: Sound Service of Guymon

TCEC members who present their card at Sound Service in Guymon will receive a free four-pack of batteries with the purchase of any items requiring batteries.

Save the date for annual meeting 2016

Mark your calendars for TCEC’s annual meeting of the membership. Enjoy a free barbecue meal while hearing an update on your electric cooperative. Plus, every member who attends will receive a free gift. Many members in attendance will win door prizes. One lucky member will win a $500 grand prize. Don’t miss this fun opportunity to be part of your local electric cooperative.

Tax Helps Local Schools

In 2015, TCEC members with service in Oklahoma contributed more than $1.8 million to local secondary schools through the state’s gross receipts tax. This two percent tax appears on electric bills under the ‘other taxes’ line item. The taxes are allocated based on the number of miles of electric line in the school district.

Snake shorts power out on Saturday night

On a warm summer Saturday night, July 23, as the sun set shortly after 9 p.m., TCEC members in Boise City, Keyes and Elkhart lost power without warning. Members called to report outages and a TCEC service technician and relay technician were dispatched immediately. The system showed a transmission issue so two additional service technicians and the on call crew were dispatched to start patrolling about 70 miles of transmission line to find the cause. The TCEC communications team started posting updates for members on Facebook and Twitter to keep members aware of the work being done.


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