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A SUPPLEMENT TO OKLAHOMA LIVING


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 OCTOBER 2011 | VOLUME 62 ISSUE 10 | PUBLISHED FOR MEMBERS OF TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE  


ore than 150 student athletes from eight Oklahoma Panhandle schools attended the first annual Media Day and Leadership Conference organized by Tri-County


Electric Cooperative and sponsored by Hunny’s of Guymon. “Our cooperative has partnered with Coaches Aid to bring


online streaming capabilities to local schools,” said Zac Perkins, vice president of Tri-County Electric’s Corporate Services. “Hosting this event provided student athletes in our area with an opportunity to hone their interview skills while also hearing from renowned leadership speakers.” Students and coaches answered questions in team interview sessions with Coaches Aid, a website and media outlet dedicated to high school sports coverage. The interviews were recorded and streamed live on the CoachesAid.com website. Several students were also interviewed individually by Coaches Aid. Students were enlightened and entertained by two well- known motivational speakers who focused on character, decision


making, leadership and teamwork. The speakers were Bill Cordes and Alan Milacek.


Local media outlets were invited to attend as well. KSCB


Radio’s Brock Kappelmann did a live remote. KGYN, the Guymon Daily Herald and the Beaver Herald-Democrat also attended. They mingled with the coaches and students. Schools that brought their team rosters to Media Day were


entered in a drawing for a video camera that takes high definition video and can also be used as a webcam. Hooker Public Schools won the video camera. In addition to Hooker, teams from Felt, Forgan, Goodwell,


Guymon, Texhoma, Turpin and Tyrone schools attended. Students also played games and visited vender booths while waiting to be interviewed. Hunny’s sponsored the event by serving a barbecue lunch. The event took place on Aug. 31 at the Texas County Activity Center in Guymon.


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