Current "Hotlines"

2018 September


September "Hotlines"


 "Design and Planning Stages" - After careful consideration, the board has decided to go forward with the new headquarters facility building project; "Cut Water Use; Save Electricity" - Read a few ways to save water and conserve electricity at the same time; "Camp Teaches Pillars of a Cooperative" - The Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, hosted 37 Kansas high school students and other hand-picked students from Colorado, Oklahoma, and Wyoming; "2017 Tax Allocation Notice" - issued in accordance with the Bylaws of Alfalfa Electric Cooperative, Inc.; "Risky Downed Power Lines" - Do your children know how to stay safe around downed power lines?; "Alternating Currents" - featuring Cashier Diana May.

August "Hotlines"

 "Unique Local Creamery" - Robyn tours Wagon Creek Creamery with Ron & Barbara Crain; "AEC Sends Students to Nation's Capital" - Morgan Polson, Gracie Scarbrough, and Isabella Stout attend the 58th annual Electric Cooperative Tour in Washington, D.C.; "Alternating Currents" - featuring George Washburn, Auto Mechanic; "Gross Receipts Tax Allocation for Year Ended December 31, 2017".

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.