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MOREAU AND DILLAHUNTY RETURN FROM HARMON ELECTRIC SPONSORED YOUTH TOUR


Nolynn Moreau of Olustee, OK and Chris Dillahunty of Mangum, OK recently returned home following an


eventful, fun-packed week in Washington, D.C. Moreau, son of Roy Wayne and Rhonda Moreau, and Dillahunty, son of David and Sarah Dillahunty were the winners of the 2012 Rural Electric Cooperative “Youth Tour Contest”, sponsored by Harmon Electric Association in Hollis, Oklahoma. T ey were among the approximately 1,500 high school students from across the country who participated in the Rural Electric Youth Tour. T e 49th Annual Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour began June 15, 2012 with a “Get Acquainted Banquet”


in Oklahoma City. T e 73 young winners, representing twenty-fi ve of the state’s rural electric systems, departed for the nation’s capital the next morning. “In my opinion, the most exciting part of the trip was getting to visit the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum and


also getting to ride in the fl ight simulator”, said Moreau. “I also enjoyed getting to meet fi ve of our seven Oklahoma congressmen and getting to know so many great kids from all over Oklahoma.”


Dillahunty added, “T e most


exciting part of the trip to me was seeing in person things I had only heard of before. Other highlights of my trip were the cruise on the Potomac, meeting our Oklahoma congressmen, and the many breathtaking views.” In addition to seeing all the historical monuments and taking photos of the


White House, the Oklahoma winners toured the U.S. Capitol, T e U.S. Holocaust Museum, T e Pentagon, Ford’s T eatre, Mount Vernon and enjoyed a riverboat cruise of the Potomac River. T e group also hosted a Congressional Summit for the Oklahoma Delegation, aides and guests, assisted by Congressman Lucas, Cole and Senator Inhofe and their staff . T e Rural Electric Youth Tour is a joint eff ort of local electric cooperatives such as Harmon Electric Association, the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives in Oklahoma City and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association in Arlington, VA.


26401 In This Issue:


Local Winners Return From Youth Tour ........................................ 1 From The Desk of Charles Paxton ................................................. 2 Green Dot Pre-Paid Card Scam ...................................................... 2 Energy Effi ciency Tip of the Month ............................................... 2


WFEC/Rocky Ridge Wind Project. .................................................3 Classifi ed Ads ..................................................................................4 Recipe of the Month - Crock Pot Egg Brunch Casserole ............4 Hidden Account Number Worth $50.00 .........................................4


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