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July 2012


NORTHWESTERN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.


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adison Evans, Braxton Kor- nele and Kylie Wilson recently returned from the 2012 Rural Elec- tric YouthPower Energy Camp where they served as delegates from North- western Electric Cooperative. The three students were among 82 outstanding 8th graders chosen from across the state to represent their lo- cal rural electric cooperative during the four days at Canyon Camp, just east of Hinton, Okla.


“The most exciting part of the trip for me was going on the rope course,” said Evans. “Having to trust your team in the trust fall was so scary but lots of fun.”


For Kornele, the dance was his fa- vorite event. “The dance we had on the last night of camp was so much fun” he said. Wilson enjoyed meeting new people and the ropes course, but


Area youth experience a powerful good time at camp M


listed pole climbing as her favorite. “Pole climbing  exciting part of camp. It was such a great way to get over your fears,” said Wilson. (3080003) While at the camp, the delegates attended ses- sions on energy, electrical safety and rural electric careers. They elected their own manager and board of directors and operated a coke & candy cooperative. Other special activities of the four-day program


Madison Evans, Vici; Braxton Kornele, Fort Supply; and Kylie Wilson, Buffalo, represented NWEC at the 2012 YouthPower Energy Camp.


included hands-on electrical demon- strations, such as pole-climbing and bucket truck rides from linemen, a 13 low-element ropes course, swim- ming, an energy battle tournament and a trip to Celebration Station for


video games and go-carts. Evans is the daughter of James and Lisa Evans of Vici. Kornele is the son of Kevin and Amy Kornele, Fort Supply. Wilson’s parents are Steve and Stacie Wilson, Buffalo.


Hidden account number contest


Last month’s numbers went un-


claimed. They belonged to Lewis Wanger and Wayne Boyd. We have hidden two account numbers somewhere in the articles in this newsletter. The numbers will always be enclosed in parentheses and will look similar to this example (XXXXXX).


If you recognize your account


number, all you have to do is give us a call on or before the 8th of the current month and we’ll give you a credit on your bill for the amount stated.


This month’s numbers are worth $50 each. Happy hunting!


3/4 lb. boneless lean beef sirloin steak 1 tablespoon canola or soybean oil 2 medium bell peppers, cut into strips 1 small onion, thinly sliced


4 cups salad greens, torn into bite-size pieces 1/3 cup Italian dressing 1/4 cup plain yogurt


Cut beef across grain into bite-size strips. Heat oil in 10-inch non- stick skillet over medium-high heat. Cook beef in oil about 3 minutes, stirring occasionally, until brown. Remove beef from skillet.


Cook bell peppers and onion in skillet about 3 minutes, stirring oc- casionally, until bell peppers are crisp-tender. Stir in beef.


Place salad greens on serving platter. Top with beef mixtures. Mix dressing and yogurt in small bowl; drizzle over salad.


Yield: 4 servings. Fajita Salad


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