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PAGE 4 | MARCH 2012 Shandy Edenborough Stands Out By Erin Moore, Member Relations Specialist


upporting local communities and schools is what Tri-County Electric looks for in selecting a student of the month and this month Shandy Edenborough was selected for her altruistic qualities. Shandy’s desire to help and care for others is evident in the activities she keeps herself involved in at her school. She is a leader among her peers and also volunteers numerous hours on a weekly basis to encourage and support younger students. Shandy is a senior at Goodwell High School where she works as an aid in third grade. She helps with reading and math and even helps with basketball skills. “Her patience and example are inspirations for all the


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students,” Frieda Burgess remarked about Shandy in her nomination. “Shandy enjoys the younger students and wants to be a positive infl uence on their growth as students and athletes.” During her tenure in high school, Shandy has participated in


cheerleading, basketball, golf, softball, and track and participates in Business Professionals of America. Amidst her busy schedule she is enrolled in concurrent classes with Oklahoma Panhandle State University and consistently remains on the honor roll. Shandy’s basketball skills were recognized when she was selected as all conference most valuable player in 2011. Notably, Shandy was selected among her peers to attend Oklahoma Girls State this past summer hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary. The program is held on the University of Oklahoma’s campus located in Norman. Its purpose is to help develop leadership skills while learning about the function and role of the government. In her community, Shandy is a member of the Methodist


church in Goodwell. She has helped her youth group volunteer and support the county food bank, Loaves and Fishes. She


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also devotes her time to helping the Community Sports League with mini basketball tournaments. S handy


works for the family business at Edenborough & Edenborough, an accounting fi rm, where she helps with accounting duties and fi ling. Shandy cites her


older sister, Cassidy as her role model and someone she looks up to. “She is a sophomore at Oklahoma State University and is a


hardworking, studious, and independent person, which is few of the many reasons why I aspire to be like her,” said Shandy. Beyond high school Shandy plans to pursue a career in


nursing. She has yet to determine where she will attend college. Roger and Shelley Edenborough of Goodwell are


Shandy’s parents. Anyone can nominate a high school student for the Electrifying


Student award. Complete the nomination form online at www.tri-countyelectric.coop.


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