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October 2017 24-Hour Dispatching


Emergency Service


1-800-256-7973


Bill Payment Options:


Energy Camp and Youth Tour Contests now open


Entry forms for SWRE’s annual youth essay contests are currently available. High school juniors who live or attend school in the SWRE service area


are encouraged to enter the Government in Action Youth Tour Essay Contest. Top prize for one Oklahoma student and one Texas student will be an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. this summer.


Deadline for the 11th grade SWRE Youth Tour Contest essay is Friday, December 1, 2017. Eighth grade students who attend school or reside in the SWRE service territory may enter the Youth Energy Essay Contest. Eight 8th grade winners will receive $50 cash prizes. Deadline for the 8th grade SWRE Youth Energy Contest essay is Thursday, February 1, 2018. Complete contest information and entry materials have been sent to most 8th and 11th grade English teachers at schools throughout the SWRE service territory in Oklahoma and Texas. Entry forms and guidelines can be found at the SWRE website: www. swre.com.


What’s Cookin’ in the SWRE Kitchen


Baked Cinnamon Honeycrisp Apples Directions:


1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 2. Slice approximately 1/3 off of the top of the apples and scoop out the core, leaving a well in the center.


3. In a bowl, mix brown sugar, cinnamon, cranberries and walnuts (using a spoon or fork) until blended.


Ingredients: 4 - Honeycrisp apples 1/2 cup brown sugar 2 tsp ground cinnamon 1/4 cup dried cranberries 1/4 cup chopped walnuts 4 tblsp butter


creamy caramel sauce (optional) vanilla ice cream (optional)


4. Stuff each apple with 1/4 of brown sugar mixture.


5. Place apples in a deep baking dish, topping each apple with 1 tblsp butter and a sprinkle of cinnamon.


6. Pour about 1/2” of water into the baking pan, around the apples, and bake for 50 - 60 minutes, until apples are tender. 7. Serve warm, topped with caramel sauce and vanilla or butter pecan ice cream.


SWRE App www.SWRE.com


1-855-980-6821 Automated Line


1-800-256-7973 SW


700 North Broadway, Tipton, OK 73570


 Area Banking Institutions:


Altus – Frazer Bank, National Bank of Commerce


Blair – Peoples State Bank


Chillicothe – American National Bank Crowell – State Bank


Electra – Waggoner National Bank Frederick – BancFirst, Frazer Bank Snyder – All American Bank


Vernon – Herring Bank, Waggoner Bank, Bank of the West


NOTE: When paying at a bank, allow 10 days prior to the bill’s due date.


SWRE News


Kenneth E. Simmons, Manager/CEO Haley Hoover, SWRE News editor Board of Trustees


Don Ellis, Pres. ................... District 1 Ronnie Swan, Vice Pres. .... District 6 Don Proctor, Sec. ............... District 3 Dan Lambert ....................... District 2 Ray Walker ......................... District 4 Dan Elsener ........................ District 5 Dan White ........................... District 7 Carl Brockriede ................... District 8 Jimmy Holland .................... District 9


Southwest Rural Electric Assn. P.O. Box 310


700 North Broadway Tipton, OK 73570-0310 1-800-256-7973


SWRE News is published monthly for distribution to members of South- west Rural Electric Association. SWRE is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


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