Our Cooperative Community
Pumpkins at the Park
Join PTCI and TCEC, your community cooperatives, for the Pumpkins at the Park cooperative celebration on Monday, Oct. 3, from 5-6:30 p.m. on the east side of Sunset Lake at Thompson Park in Guymon.
This free event features pumpkins and train rides for children and free hot dogs, cookies and water for everyone. Come out and help us celebrate National Cooperative Month!
Free Swims - Beaver, Boise City, Hooker, Texhoma
Community Co-ops PTCI and TCEC sponsored free swim celebrations during July at area pools. Family fun was for all ages with giveaways, trivia and a free snack and drink. It was🔥! Thank you to all 413 members attending the free swim cooperative celebration events hosted at the Texhoma Swimming Pool, LuAnn Fischer Memorial Swimming Pool, Beaver City Pool, and the Boise City Recreation Foundation Pool by your local cooperatives PTCI and Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. #freeswim #coopscare
TCEC and PTCI are again coming together under the cooperative principles of Concern for Community and Cooperation Among Cooperatives. They donated a total of $500 to the Main Street Guymon Outback event to be held on May 13. This is the Home fourth year that the cooperatives have worked together to support the Five State Motorcycle Run. The Run covers 300 miles throughout Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas.
Co-ops Care: Co-ops team up to help keep the train running
The Lions Club Train at Sunset Lake has broughtHome smiles to panhandle area kids since its first ride in 1958. But the G16 1946 Model was badly in need of a transmission overhaul. That’s when two Panhandle cooperatives came together to provide the funds needed for the repairs. PTCI and TCEC donated a combined $2,360 as a part of their Co-ops Care initiative to make sure this iconic piece of Guymon history keeps rolling down the tracks.
Co-ops Care: PTCI and TCEC come together to donate $5,000 to local Y
The YMCA of Texas County in Guymon is more than a gym; it’s a community. PTCI and TCEC, two local cooperatives, brought the Seventh CooperativeHome Principle of ‘Concern for Community’ to life with their joint contribution of $5,000 for the thirteenth consecutive year to kick off the 2022 YMCA fundraising campaign.