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C A N A D I A N October 2017


V ELECTRALITE SUPPLEMENT TO OKLAHOMA LIVING


17th Annual Dignified Disposal of Unserviceable American Flags


Tuesday, Oct. 10 6 p.m. CVEC Seminole office


Two winning essays on ‘United We Stand’ will be presented.


Free hamburgers, hot dogs & soft drinks provided


CVEC and local American Legion Posts welcome donations


of U.S. Flags for this ceremony 2017 Annual Meeting Summary of General Manager's Report


• Operation Roundup distributed $92,000 to assist not- for-profit organizations and people needing a bit of help this past year. Examples of the type of assistance ORU provided was $5,700 for a Boy Scout project, $5,000 for a library donation and $15,000 contributed to various rural fire departments.


• CVEC Youth Programs included sponsoring two high school juniors on Youth Tour, Oklahoma electric coop- eratives’ annual week-long tour of Washington, D.C. as well as two eighth grade students who attended Energy Camp. These programs are designed to teach young people about the role cooperatives have in our nation and develop new leaders for the future.


• CVEC emphasized the need for an aggressive preventa- tive maintenance program over the past year by replac- ing over 500 worn poles and moving forward with the replacement of another 900 poles this year. In addition, we trimmed trees along 600 miles of line and trim at least that amount this year. Keeping the lights on is a high priority.


• CVEC serves 4.65 members per mile of distribution line. Yet even with that low density of members our av-


erage residential rate in 2016 was 10.2 cents per kWh, one of the lowest rates in the State of Oklahoma.


• 2016 was a good year for service reliability with our power available 99.94% of the time.


• This fall, through NRECA’s International program and Oklahoma’s Energy Trails program electric cooperatives in Oklahoma will be sending volunteers to Guatamala to build a power line to a small village that has never had electric service. CVEC’s lineman, Daniel Franco will be joining these 1010320702 volunteers to help bring power to this small village.


• Working with our generation and transmission coopera- tive, Western Farmers, a new substation was built north of Prague this past year and we are moving forward with a new substation in the Eufaula region. These new substations will help improve reliability in these areas and provide for future growth.


• After 78 years, Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative continues to provide valuable service to our region. Due to the loyalty of our members, the commitment of our employees and guidance of our Board of Trustees, Canadian Valley continues to stand strong.


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