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they be able to swim and play volleyball, they’ll also experience the life of a cooperative lineman first-hand with a ride in a bucket truck and some electric pole climbing. Kids at Energy Camp will have fun while building valuable leadership skills that will last a lifetime. They’ll hear speakers address topics such as: Life Before Electric- ity, Managing a Rural Electric Cooperative, and Being a Co-op Board Member. They’ll tour Caddo Electric Coop- erative, witness a pole-top rescue demonstration, and visit Western Farmer’s Electric Cooperative for a facilities tour. A group trip to Celebration Station for a round of go- carts, batting cages, video games and pizza will give kids a break from the camp experi- ence Wednesday afternoon and evening.


Activities will


begin winding down Thursday, which is highlighted by an evening


pizza party and Kickin’ Karaoke & DJ dance. Kids will load up and return home Friday.


Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative will be sending four to Energy Camp this summer. Winning essays qualified the following students for the trip: Chelsea Middle School’s Elisabethe Mathews, daughter of Antoinette Wisdom; Adair Middle School’s Madison Grubbs, daugh- ter of Shelly Grubbs; Bluejacket Middle School’s Jhonna Gilmore, daughter of Cat Gilmore; and Adair Middle School’s Caitie Gann, daughter of Stacey Fipps. NEOEC appreciates the instructors who assisted the


students qualifiers with their winning essay entries. These instructors are eligible for $200 to be used toward the purchase of classroom materials and equipment: Christina Quinton of Chelsea Schools, Linda Crawford of Bluejacket Schools, Clint Webb of Wyandotte Schools, Linda Fracek of Grove Schools, Cassidy Fraley and Darlene Brandon of Adair Schools, and Diana Just of Vinita Schools. “We have been impressed by the effort put forth by all participants—not just the winners—in our youth programs essay contests this year,” remarked Amy Claborn, youth


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programs coordinator for the cooperative. “There were many quality entries and our board and panel of judges had a difficult time narrowing down the list of finalists.” Added Claborn: “It is also important to recognize the


teachers in the classrooms where these essays were pro- duced. Without instructors, the timely completion and submission of these entries would have been more challeng- ing.


“We have a good group of students this year. I’m sure they will all make the most of their Youth Tour and Energy Camp experiences.”


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