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TCEC employees donate to local food pantry - Beaver

TCEC employees raised funds for local community food pantries. The cooperative matched the funds raised by employees for a total of $2,250.00 this year. Three food pantries in local communities will each receive $750. An additional $100 was given to each food pantry by Golden Spread Electric Cooperative in honor of TCEC.

Opening for Service Technician

Looking for a job with energy? Consider joining Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC). We offer competitive compensation packages, job stability and opportunity for growth.

Free summer travel across the U.S. and Oklahoma for 8th Graders and Juniors

Five high school juniors and four eighth graders will be selected to attend free trips through TCEC. All area eligible students whose parents or guardians are TCEC members are encouraged to apply by January 22, 2018. Details, videos and application materials are on the cooperative’s website at www.tcec.coop.  Information packets were mailed to school counselors.

Giving with energy

Those who are looking for a unique gift anyone can use may find what they are looking for when they give the gift of energy through TCEC.

THE GIFT OF SOLAR ENERGY

Co-op Connections: Dizzy B's Convenience Store, Guymon

Dizzy B’s in Guymon is more than a convenience store. It’s a breakfast, lunch and happy hour stop. Owners Lowell and Jennifer Williams go beyond the traditional to offer more for their customers.

#WHOPOWERSYOU Contest - Win up to $5000

The #WhoPowersYou contest honors the people who inspire, motivate and empower members of our co-op communities.

Beginning October 2, 2017, co-op members will have the ability to nominate the person that inspires them and makes a difference in their co-op community. In addition to receiving national recognition, they may be awarded up to $5,000.

TCEC is a member of a national network of cooperatives known as Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, which sponsors the #WhoPowersYou contest to honor the local heroes who are making a difference in our co-op communities.

Co-op Connections: Stockmen's Feed Bunk, Boise City

TCEC members who present their Co-op Connections membership card at Stockmen’s Feed Bunk in Boise City will receive 10 percent off on home decor or furniture in stock.

The store started as a traditional feed store 35 years ago, in 1982. It carries products from brands like Purina, Moormans, Sweet Lix, Nutrena, and Vita-Ferm. It also has Easley horse trailers, ropes, tack, and farrier supplies, as well as flatbeds, and toolboxes.

OPSU Scholarship Recipients 2017-2018 School Year

TCEC funds eight $1,200 scholarships to Oklahoma Panhandle State University each year through the Panhandle State Foundation. The scholarships are open to entering freshmen or returning sophomores with a minimum 3.0 GPA. The applicant, parent or guardian must be a member of the cooperative in good standing.
 

TCEC congratulates this year’s cooperative scholarship recipients. Visit www.tcec.coop or call 580.652.2418 for more information.

CEO View: November 2017 | Community Support

Zac PerkinsOctober was National Cooperative Month and in honor of the Seventh Cooperative Principle, “Concern for Community,” TCEC presented donations to area fire departments, EMS departments and emergency management offices. In addition, all local school districts were presented with donations.

Co-op member outreach effort wins state award

About a thousand people came out to celebrate National Co-op Month with PTCI and TCEC earlier this month. Both cooperatives and their employees try hard to make it a fun, family-friendly event with free pumpkins, train rides, hot dogs, cookies, a pumpkin decorating contest and fall photos.

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