February 2017 Newsletter


Kalona Cooperative Technology Company eNewsletter

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KCTC Employee of the Month – Richard Brenneman 

We wanted to feature Richard as Employee of the Month again to celebrate the 43 years he dedicated to KCTC. We appreciate all Richard has done and wish him a very happy retirement!

Richard Brenneman was employed with KCTC since 1974. Richard has been amazing at project management. He has seen us through many changes in equipment – from the outside all the way to inside the home. His dedication to seeing a project all the way through from start to finish and motivating staff to accomplish goals has been very appreciated. In addition, Richard is a wealth of knowledge. His 43 years of experience are second to none. We have appreciated his dedication to ensure each customer is taken care of. Thank you, Richard, for being so awesome!


Two To View – A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don’t Want To Miss


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Beyond First Class
Some airlines far outdo roomy seats and champagne. Fancy flights with beds, mini bars, showers, and more can be had for as “little” as $13,000.
Liquid Van Gough
Watch as this artist brings famous Van Gough paintings to life with water and paint in a graceful and fascinating marbling process. It’s mesmerizing.






KCTC Spam & Virus Protection – Report Update


Email messages sent to KCTC customers: 11,077,820

SPAM email messages blocked by KCTC filters: 10,581,417

Percent of email received by KCTC servers as SPAM: 96%

Virus-infected email messages blocked by KCTC: 165

As always, you can check the KCTC Quarantine Report to see which messages are being filtered out by the KCTC spam filters, or use the “Quarantine” tab on KCTC Webmail. These are standard features of all KCTC email accounts. For more information on the Quarantine option, go to the support page.

FREE Featured Apps – These Three Are Well Worth A Look


Wheel of Fortune Glympse Quik

Wheel of Fortune

Can’t get enough WOF? There’s an app for that! Solve puzzles, collect prizes, and compete with players from around the world.Learn more… 






Whether you’re running late or just want selected friends to know you’re safe, send a Glympse to show your current location.Learn more… 






Use this app to make impressive videos. With just a few taps you can add text and music, trim shots, and select filters and formats.Learn more… 








Stay Alert – Fake “FTC Investigation” Email


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Go Pinterest-ing! – Cool Stuff To Pin On Your Pinterest Boards


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Chicken Noodle Soup With Heart Carrots

Valentine Popcorn & Sweetheart Note

Chocolate Covered Pretzels For V-Day

You haven’t started pinning on Pinterest yet and you want to get started? If so, click here.





Sites of the Month – Great Sites To Check Out In February


How to Improve Your Heart Health
heart.org – February is Heart Health Month, and you can find out more about how to keep yours going strong at the American Heart Association’s website. Explore information about heart conditions and check out tips for healthy eating, physical activity, weight and stress management, smoking cessation, and more.
See Earth From Space
ustream.tv – Have you always wanted to go into space? This site offers the next best thing, allowing you to observe Earth as seen from the International Space Station. You can enjoy the view in real time or observe a scene from a few hours or a few days ago.
Food Favorites For February
foodnetwork.com – With several more weeks of winter remaining, you may need some fresh ideas for warm comfort food, and this site can help. With tantalizing photos and complete recipes, the slide show offers great suggestions like 5-Star Lasagna Rolls, Cajun Stuffed Peppers, and Slow-Cooker Taco Soup.
instructables.com – Looking for some fun projects to satisfy your DIY urge? Check out this site for items ranging from jewelry to home improvement to toys and games. Try a hand-sewn mini elephant plush toy, a wooden tape dispenser, a magnetic garage shelf, or a pair of beaded earrings.





Short Tutorial/FAQ – What’s The Difference Between Virtual And Augmented Reality?


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Thanks for your business!

Best regards

Casey Peck
General Manager

Kalona Cooperative Technology Co.
510 B Ave
Kalona, IA 52247



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