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REC hires new employee

Recently, REC hired Nayeli Arballo as a Customer Service Representative. Arballo graduated from Lindsay High School in 2011 and currently lives in Lindsay. She has lived in Lindsay for 10 years and enjoys the small town atmosphere her community provides.


In her spare time, she enjoys being time with her family and loves spending time with her cousin’s two children. Other hobbies for Arballo include reading and photography.

Rounding up your monthly bill to help others in the community

Using seven guiding principles to define how Rural Electric Cooperative conducts business within the communities it serves, not only benefits REC's members, but everyone in the community. One of the seven principles is concern for community.
One of the ways REC shows concern for community is offering a program called Operation Round-Up. This program allows REC to help others in need by having the members round up their bill.

The Old West brought back to life

The days of the Old West, where outlaws’ rode into town on horseback with their guns drawn and shooting in the air are long gone. However, for Orvel Robinson, the Old West continues to live on outside of Bray, Oklahoma.
On his family’s property outside of Bray, Robinson built an Old West town. The town helps showcase what it was like in the 1870s.