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Cheap Electronic Chargers Spell Trouble
The chargers that came with our phone, digital camera or other electronics seem to disappear as often as a sock mate sometimes.
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How to Make Cookies With Kids
Christmas cookie season is behind us, but don’t put away those baking sheets just yet: Making the sweet treats can be one of the most pleasant ways to pass a chilly, indoor afternoon with your children.
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Buying a Treadmill? Run Through Your Options
Treadmills make expensive clothes racks. If you’re in the market for one, think long and hard about how you’ll use it before sinking thousands of dollars into something that will collect dust once your resolve to exercise wanes. If you’re sure you’ll use it, though, a treadmill might be the best piece of exercise equipment you can buy for your home.
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Charter Oak Elementary Receives Grant
The Central Electric Cooperative Operation Round Up board recently approved a $1,482 grant to Charter Oak Elementary School to help fund a new playground.
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Central Now Accepting 2019 Youth Tour Applications
Central Electric Cooperative is pleased to continue sponsoring the Youth Tour program where the top two winners of our competition will go on a weeklong all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. The remaining four of the top six will receive a $250 Central Electric Cooperative scholarship.
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Central's Office Closed Tuesday for New Year's Day
Central's office will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 1, for New Years Day. On behalf of all Central employees, we hope you have a wonderful holiday and a blessed new year.
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Empty Freezer? Unplug It
If your extra freezer sits empty most of the winter, it’s using more energy than it does during the summer when it’s full of ice cream.
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Got Bedrooms? Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Any home with gas heat or other gas appliances needs carbon monoxide detectors.
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December's Tip of the Month
If you’ve always wanted a fireplace but don’t want the mess or risk that come with open-flame units, it could be time to buy an electric version.
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Skip the Open Fire
If you’ve always wanted a fireplace but don’t want the mess or risk that come with open-flame units, it could be time to buy an electric version.
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