Stockmen’s Feed Bunk started as a traditional bulk feed supply store 40 years ago, in 1982. Owners John and Vikki Schumacher expanded the company when they purchased the current building to carry products from brands like Purina, Moormans, Sweet Lix, Nutrena and Vita-Ferm.
Children are making gift wish lists with haste. A winter chill is hitting the air. That means the holiday shopping season is here.
Speaking of ‘here,’ TCEC serves the Oklahoma Panhandle and Elkhart, Kansas, where many local businesses wait to help you provide unique gifts and experiences to those you love. TCEC’s Co-op Connections member discount card can help you save while keeping your dollars local.
Summer 2023 may seem like a long time away as fall fades and winter approaches, but finding stellar delegates for youth trips takes time. We encourage all eligible students to apply for the summer youth trips from TCEC. Apply online at www.tcec.coop/youth.
All told, the cooperative will select 11 delegates for its youth trips.
Area food pantries are thankful for their local electric cooperative and its employees this month. TCEC (Tri-County Electric Cooperative) matched donations from its employees to eight food pantries, issuing checks totaling $7,000 to help feed children, seniors and families living with food insecurity. While local results may vary, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma helps provide four meals for every dollar donated. That measures up to 28,000 meals made possible by the contribution.
Join us at the art show on October 1 from 10 a.m. – Noon on the north side of the Texas County Courthouse on 4th and Main in downtown Guymon. This is an event the whole family can enjoy! Browse unique art from local artists or enter the show yourself.
TCEC sponsors the art show as part of the Meet Me at the Market series promoting the Farmers Market through Main Street Guymon. It is outdoors during the Bacon, BBQ, Brews, and Blues Festival.
Show and sell your art
A joint news release from PTCI and TCEC issued September 16, 2022
Mark your calendar for the seventh annual Pumpkins at the Park event on the east side of Thompson Park in Guymon on Monday, October 3, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Members in TCEC’s Oklahoma service area can now sign their child/children up to receive a free book once a month from birth until their fifth birthday. TCEC has partnered with the Dolly Parton Foundation and the Oklahoma State Department of Education to be your local affiliate, bringing the Imagination Library to the Panhandle. Dolly Parton and TCEC believe that you can do anything, dream anything, and be anything if you can read. Through Dolly’s Imagination Library program, she wants to ensure all children have books at home, regardless of the environment in which they grow up.
Located in Goodwell, Sublime Sanctuary is a local animal rescue serving Texas County. The rescue was awarded $1,000 in Operation Round Up funds by the TCEC Foundation to help with securing and expanding its operations.
TCEC recently recognized ten high school seniors in the Oklahoma Panhandle who received scholarships. Because Oklahoma Panhandle State University is a cooperative member, TCEC funds eight $2,000 scholarships through the Panhandle State Foundation for students who choose to attend the local university.
The following area seniors received scholarships funded by TCEC:
Members in TCEC's Oklahoma service area will soon be able to sign their child/children up to receive a free book once a month from birth until their fifth birthday. TCEC has partnered with the Dolly Parton Foundation and the Oklahoma State Department of Education to be your local affiliate, bringing the Imagination Library to the Panhandle. Dolly Parton and TCEC believe that you can do anything, dream anything, and be anything if you can read.