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Don't forget about the kids...and pets

If you have small children, you’ve probably spent a great deal of time making sure every square inch of your home is childproof. Every cabinet is locked and every outlet is covered. But sometimes the joy of celebrating the holidays with our little ones makes us a little less vigilant about electrical safety.

Elkhart community receives support from TCEC

The community of Elkhart recently received financial contributions from TCEC in several ways.

TCEC employees raised funds during the annual Co-op Cares Food Drive for local community food pantries. The cooperative matched the funds raised by employees for a total of $1,960 this year. Four food pantries in local communities will each receive $490, including the Hands for Hope food pantry and clothing ministry. Other local food pantries receiving funds this year are in Beaver, Boise City and Guymon, Oklahoma.

Cimarron County first responders receive support from TCEC

First responders in Cimarron County, including the emergency management department, firefighters and emergency medical service recently received donations from TCEC. First responders work closely with the cooperative in the event of an emergency and the cooperative supports their mission.

As an electric cooperative, TCEC’s mission is to improve the quality of life of those we serve. Carrying out the cooperative principles is fundamental to the way TCEC does business. All of these contributions tie back to the Seventh Cooperative Principle of “Concern for Community.”

Juniors and 8th Graders: Win a free trip!

Five high school juniors and four eighth graders will be selected to attend free leadership trips courtesy of TCEC. All area eligible students whose parents or guardians are TCEC members are encouraged to apply by January 23, 2017. Application materials are on the cooperative’s website (juniors) (eighth graders) and were also mailed to school counselors.

TCEC donates to Beaver County first responders

Beaver County first responders received financial donations from TCEC at the first responder meeting on October 27 in Beaver. October Beaver County First Respondersobserves Fire Prevention and National Cooperative Month.

TCEC brought a live line demonstration to educate the first responders on power line safety.

TCEC employees donate to Cimarron County food pantry

TCEC employees raised funds during the annual Co-op Cares Food Drive for local community food pantries. The cooperative matched the funds raised by employees for a total of $1,960 this year. Four food pantries in local communities will each receive $490.

Members choose new trustee for TCEC District #1

District #1 members gathered in Goodwell at the OPSU Student Union Ballroom on October 20 to take part in an advisory election for the district’s vacancy on TCEC’s Board of Trustees. During the special meeting, members cast ballots for their choice of representative. Randy Schreiner earned the majority of the votes.

In accordance with TCEC’s Bylaws, during their monthly meeting on October 28, the board appointed Schreiner as the trustee to represent District #1 for the remainder of the vacant term, which expires in September 2017.

See us at OPSU Chili Cook-off

TCEC will have a team in the 10th annual Oklahoma Panhandle State University Chili Cook-off on Saturday, November 12. Please stop by and taste our chili!

The #WhoPowersYou Contest: Help Spread Positive Energy

At TCEC, we do more than just deliver electricity. We also believe it’s important to recognize the people who power our lives. That’s why, in partnership with Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, we’re running the #WhoPowersYou contest.
This is an opportunity to honor inspirational people in our community.

Pumpkins at the Park event celebrates Co-op Month

The east side of Thompson Park in Guymon will be covered in orange the evening of October 18 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for the second annual Pumpkins at the Park event. 

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