Monthly Newsletter

2018 July


July "Hotlines"


 "Co-op Concern for Community" - Alfalfa Electric sent 7 volunteers along with 101 total Oklahoma Electric cooperative volunteers for the 49th annual Special Olympics Oklahoma; "Energy Camp, A Great Opportunity" - Alfalfa Electric selected 4 students through an essay contest to participate in the Energy Camp Co-op May 29th-June 1st; "Keep Fireworks Fun" - Mishandled fireworks can cause serious fires and life-threatening burns.  See the safety tips provided by the National Council on Fireworks Safety; "Feel Good - Give Blood" - AEC employees will be participating in the blood drive at the Baker Building on July 20th; "Alternating Currents" - featuring Coy Trout, HVAC Journeyman.

June "Hotlines"

"Today's Communication" - Our own Communications Specialist, Robyn Turney, gives a run down of all the ways we use social media to communicate here at AEC; "When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors" - Precautions to take when caught in a thunderstorm; "Alternating Currents" - featuring Kody Gibson; "Going the Extra Mile" - Electric co-ops vs. electric utilities.

May "Hotlines"

"Successful Event" - Alfalfa Electric Cooperative's Annual Meeting was productive, despite high winds.  Capital credit checks were picked up, prizes were distributed, and presentations were made by Mark Jungman, Steck Eck, Doug McMurtrey, and Greg Goetz; "Local Students Win Big" - Students summited essays to the Youth Tour Essay Program.  Contest winners include: Kellen Allison, Carlen Lazcano, Caroline Muegge, Delaney Shaffer, Gracie Scarbrough, Isabella Stout, Morgan Polson; "Tree Trimming Begins" - AEC's Spraying & Pole Testing Crew and Right of Way crew work to maintain proper tree clearance, have also hired Davis Tree Service to help; "Alternating Currents" - featuring Christina Eshleman.