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Co-ops help make recreation a reality

Residents in and near Boise City are closer to having a pool again thanks in part to help from two local cooperatives – Panhandle Telephone Cooperative, Inc. (PTCI) and Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC). They came together to donate $5,000 toward a fund to complete Americans with Disabilities Act upgrades at the facility or the splash pad pump house and electrical control building.

TCEC District #2 Special Meeting for Advisory Election

Please take notice that on Thursday, April 6, 2017, at 6 p.m., District #2 of Tri-County Electric Cooperative will conduct a special meeting at the Boise City Senior Citizen’s Center, 216 NE First Street, Boise City, Oklahoma.

District #2 is currently vacant. The candidate filing period is from March 17 through March 27. Article IV in TCEC’s bylaws offers information on trustee qualifications and elections. View the bylaws.

Eighth Graders win free trip to Energy Camp

Four area eighth graders were awarded a free trip to the 2017 Energy Camp by TCEC on March 10 and 13. Twenty-three students from area schools applied and four were selected through an application process. The winners received an all-expense paid trip to Energy Camp at Red Rock Canyon in Hinton, Oklahoma.

Each of the winners were presented their award at a surprise school assembly. The delegates TCEC will send to Energy Camp are:

Cash, Check or Card at Kiosks

PaySite kiosks allow you to make cash, check or card payments to your TCEC account. When making a TCEC payment, it will post to your account immediately, whether it is day or night. These machines are in several locations throughout our service territory. The full list of locations is below.

Note that the machine accepts Discover, MasterCard and Visa credit cards. Cash payments made in excess of the bill amount will be credited to your account. PaySites do not provide change.

TCEC welcomes Zac Perkins as new CEO

CEO Zac Perkins
TCEC CEO Zac Perkins

Co-op Connections: Willows Inn B&B of Guymon

TCEC members who present their Co-op Connections card at Willows Inn Bed & Breakfast in Guymon will receive 10 percent off their stay.

TCEC now accepting bids for ice storm clean up

TCEC is now accepting bids for clean up after the January 2017 ice storm in Beaver County, Oklahoma. See full bid requests in PDF format at the links below.

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High school juniors win cooperative youth leadership trip

Five high school juniors were awarded 2017 youth trips by TCEC on February 6. Three students won the Gold award and a trip to Washington, D.C., and two students won the Silver award and a trip to Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

Rock Paper Scissors Salon

TCEC members who present their Co-op Connections card at Rock Paper Scissors in Hooker will receive 10 percent off products. 

Give the gift of renewable energy to nonprofit organizations

TCEC Community Solar is now available for nonprofit organizations. Community solar is sometimes called ‘shared’ or ‘cooperative’ solar because many members share the benefits of one local solar array, which is located near TCEC’s office in Hooker. To participate in the program and benefit from the array, members do not have to install and maintain solar panels on their roof or property. Community solar is a simple, more affordable way for members to participate in renewable energy.


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