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c o - op v a lue s


coming up in Kiamichi Country


September 30 - October 1 Metcalf Gun & Knife Show Southeast Expo Center, McAlester


October 3-6 Romancing the Arts Art Show Southeast Expo, McAlester


October 6-7 Honobia Bigfoot Festival Kiamichi Mountain Mission Campgrounds Honobia


October 7-8 Wild West Festival in Old Town Historic Old Town, McAlester


October 14 Hard Times Festival Main Street, Hartshorne


October 20 Night Maze Wild Things Farm, Pocola


October 20-21 Indian Territory Coin Show Southeast Expo, McAlester


October 20-21 Poteau Balloon Fest Leflore County Fairgrounds, Poteau


October 20-22 Robbers Cave Fall Festival Robbers Cave State Park, Wilburton


October 21 Caddo Heritage Festival 110 Bufalo Street, Caddo


October 27-29 McAlester Ranch and Home Show Southeast Expo Center, McAlester


October 28 Trick or Treat Party in the Street Downtown, McAlester


Talihina Fall Foliage Festival Ag Buiding, Talihina


KEC Salutes Co-op Month Commitment to local communities is reason to celebrate!


National Co-op Month, which recognizes the many ways cooperatives are committed to strengthening the local communities they serve. “Co-ops Commit” is the theme for this year’s celebration, spotlighting the ways cooperatives meet the needs of their members and communities.


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“Delivering safe, reliable, affordable power is Kiamichi Electric’s top priority,” said Brett Orme, CEO. “But we are also invested in our communities because we are locally owned and operated. Revenue generated by the cooperative stays here.”


Rural America is served by a network of about 1,000 electric cooperatives, most of which were formed in the 1930s and 40s to bring electricity to farms and rural communities that investor-


iamichi Electric Cooperative (KEC) is joining 30,000 cooperatives nationwide in October to celebrate


owned power companies ignored due to higher costs involved in serving low- population and low-density areas.


In addition to providing the vital power co-op members depend on, Kiamichi Electric provides opportunities for teens through programs such as Youth Tour and Operation Roundup college scholarships. Member donations to Operation Roundup provide thousands of dollars in grants each year to local organizations and charities. Kiamichi Electric also offers an energy education curriculum for local schools and offers members energy saving services that include cash rebates on heat pumps and water heaters and free home energy audits.


For information on Kiamichi Electric services and other ways it commits to local communities, please call 800-888-2731 or visit www.kiamichielectric.org.


Robbers Cave Fall Festival Promises Fun Arts and crafts, handmade quilts, car cruise and crazy good food!


If you attend the Robbers Cave Fall Festival on Oct. 20-22, be sure to come hungry.Food vendors will be whipping up gastronomical creations of varying degrees of decadence. On the menu: deep friend Oreos and Snickers, chocolate dipped cheesecake, caramel kettle corn, deep fried quail, fried squash, Indian tacos and cinnamon roasted nuts. That's just a few of some 62 food items available.


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Wash it all down with a homemade rootbeer while you browse booths displaying handmade quilts and other fine arts and crafts, or check out the classic cars rolling in from the fall foliage cruise.


The festival is held at Robbers Cave State Park in Wilburton. You'll find plenty to see, plenty to do— and plenty to eat. Enjoy!


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