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October 2017


COOPERATOR K-Up Foundation Raises Over


A supplement to Oklahoma Living


$24K for Local Communities Second and third quarter grants awarded


ted for the second and third quarter of 2017. Grants totaling $19,300 for these two quarters have been awarded to eleven recipients. KECF has awarded $24,300 in grants so far in 2017.


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Most Kay Electric Cooperative members participate in K-UP, in which electric bills are rounded up to the nearest dollar. The amount rounded up can be as little as one cent and is never more than 99 cents a month. On average, each participating member contributes around $6 a year.


The funds are pooled and administered by the KECF boards of directors, which meets quarterly to consider grant appli- cations. The board consists of Presi- dent Jared Grell, Vice-President Barbara Regier, Secretary/Treasurer Candy Oller, Director Sue Streller, and Director Rose Mary Hoemann. There are also three non- voting advisory board members: KEC’s CEO Tim Rodriguez, COO JD Soulek, and Director of Communication Services Cyndi Mitchell.


The second and third quarter grants for 2016 include:


Applications for K-Up Foundation grants are due October 2, 2017. For details and application forms, visit:


http://www.kayelectric. coop/content/foundation


he Kay Electric Community Foundation (KECF) board met in April and July to review the grant applications submit-


Blackwell Softball Association will use the $150 grant to help fund insurance, shirts and equipment.


Blackwell Youth Football League’s $1,500 grant will be used to help purchase new helmets.


Ponca City Charity Angels will use their $1,700 grant to help purchase AmTrykes for the handicap.


Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma will use the $2,000 grant to help fund the Food for Kids Backpack Program.


Blackwell High School Band’s $800 grant will be used to help purchase marching band mellophones.


Leadership Blackwell – Class of 2017 is using their $2,500 grant to build a shelter at the baseball field.


Survivor Resource Network is using their $2,500 grant to purchase forensic inter- view supplies and equipment.


Shidler Volunteer Fire and Ambulance will use their $2,500 grant to repair & replace fire and rescue equipment.


Blackwell OK Okies 4-H Club received a $650 grant to help purchase equipment and supplies for competition.


Blackwell Wrestling Club will use the $2,500 grant to help purchase wrestling mats.


Kaw City Volunteer Fire Department received a $2,500 grant to help purchase storage for their gear.


Cont’d on page 3 ➛ BOARD OF DIRECTORS


District 1...............Jake Olsen District 2...............Chad Otto District 3...............Ron Shoffner District 4...............Max Hohmann District 5...............Mike Lebeda District 6...............Brady Hostetler District 7...............Kent McAninch District 8...............Dr. Tim Blanton District 9...............Verl Brorsen


General Manager/CEO Tim Rodriguez


Convenient Bill Paying Options


Pay online using our secure site at www.kayelectric.coop


Pay via telephone during office hours by using a major credit card at 800-535-1079


Pay in person at KEC or use our 24-hour payment drop box in Blackwell


Kay Electric Cooperative 300 W Doolin Ave • PO Box 607 Blackwell, OK 74631


Tele: (580) 363-1260


Toll Free: (800) 535-1079 www.kayelectric.coop


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