PSO hands out free LED light bulbs


Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) says it will distribute
122,000 free LED bulbs to Oklahoma families this year.

In the past 10 years, PSO’s Shine a Light program has distributed almost 1 million energyefficient bulbs, which last longer and use less energy. For PSO customers, that has meant more than $3 million in energy savings.

“We understand the challenges facing our customers. Shine A Light helps families save money while keeping the same or better light output,” said Scott Ritz, PSO director of customer service
and marketing.

LED bulbs last as much as 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

The Shine A Light project is available to food pantry clients but any PSO customer can take advantage of rebates and instant discounts on many energy-efficient products.

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Participating food pantries include:

Antlers: First Baptist Church, 208 NE B St.;
Atoka: Southern Oklahoma Nutrition Program of Carter County, 80-A Cedar Circle;
Barnsdall: Lighthouse Family Worship Center, 13749 OK-11;
Bartlesville: City Church – Bartlesville, 4222 Rice Creek Road;
Bartlesville: Concern Center, 333 SW Penn;
Blanchard: First Baptist Church, Food Distribution Center, 919 NE Tenth St.;
Broken Arrow: Arms Around BA, 840 S. Elm Place;
Broken Arrow: Broken Arrow Neighbors, 315 W. College St.;
Cache: New Life Assembly of God, 501 W. B Ave.;
Dewey: Dewey United Methodist Church, 618 N. Delaware St.;
Grove: Christian HELP Center, 1703 E. Highway 10;
Henryetta: Henryetta Church of Christ, 413 W. Broadway;
Hobart: Kiowa County Service Agencies – First United Methodist Church, 201 W. Washington
Jay: The Caring Kitchen Pantry, 1115 W. Washbourne St.;
Lawton: Lawton Food Bank, 1819 SW Sheridan Road;
McAlester: Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, 2119 N. Main St.;
Nowata: Aim High Center Food Pantry, 123 S. Ash St.;
Pryor: Northstar Church – Food Pantry, 521 N. Adair St.;
Pryor: Pryor Ministries Center, 15 SW Third St.;
Stigler: Ki Bois Community Action Foundation of Haskell County, 1025 E. Main St.;
Stigler: Piney Creek Fellowship Church, 105 Hidden Ridge Road;
Stigler: Trinity Baptist Church, 110 W. Main St.;
Tulsa: Catholic Charities, 2450 N. Harvard Ave.;
Tulsa: Church of the Resurrection, 4804 S. Fulton Ave.;
Tulsa: Coffee Bunker, 6365 E. 41st St.;
Tulsa: CommonGround Church – Food and Clothing Pantry, 7810 E. 49th St.;
Tulsa: DVIS Private Outpatient Pantry, 3124 E. Apache St.;
Tulsa: Eastland Assembly of God, 12310 E. 21st St.;
Tulsa: Emergency Infant Services, 1110 S. Denver Ave.;
Tulsa: Family Safety Center, 600 Civic Center, Suite 103;
Tulsa: Iron Gate, 501 W. Archer St.;
Tulsa: Kendall Whittier Food Pantry, 2915 E. Fifth St.;
Tulsa: Life Change Community Outreach, 1616 N. Gilcrease Museum Road;
Tulsa: Loaves and Fishes, 11321 E. 19th St.;
Tulsa: Mt. Zion Project Help, 419 N. Elgin Ave.;
Tulsa: Neighbors Along the Line, 5000 W. Charles Page Blvd.;
Tulsa: Parkside Pantry, 1620 E. 12th St.;
Tulsa: STEPS Resource Center, 4301 S. Union Ave.;
Tulsa: Tulsa Community Services Center, 2015 S. Lakewood Ave., No. A-B;
Tulsa: Tulsa Dream Center, 200 W. 46th St. North;
Vinita: Craig County Neighbors Helping Neighbors, 224 W. Sequoyah Ave.;
Vinita: Grand Nation Care Center, 330 S. Dwain Willis Ave.;
Wilburton: Ki Bois Community Action Foundation of Latimer County, 309 W. Main.;
Wilburton: Ministerial Alliance, 209 E. Ada St.

Source: PSO press release