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ORTHEAST Oklahoma Electric Cooperative understands that today’s teens are tomorrow’s cooperative members and leaders. That’s why the cooperative is committed to supporting teen programs and opportunities for growth and leadership.


In addition to its involvement in numerous activities that promote the interests of youth throughout its service territory, the cooperative is proud to sponsor two essay contests and four college scholarships annually. The cooperative is excited to extend an invititation for area youth to take part in some exciting opportunities for fun and adventure in 2013—not to mention a little extra cash for college. Cooperative membership is not a require- ment to participate in either Youth Tour or Energy Camp. Information packets are available to eighth grade and high school junior classroom instructors in Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Ottawa counties, and Chelsea High School in Rogers County. Scholarship applications will also be made available upon request.


Please request information by calling NEOEC Youth Programs Coordinator Amy Claborn toll free at 1-800-256- 6405, ext. 9392. Information is also available online at www.neelectric.com under the Community Services tab. “The youth programs offered by the cooperative provide a tremendous opportu- nity for kids in our service area to participate in some truly unique opportunities,” explained Claborn. “Youth Tour and Energy Camp are truly once-in- a-lifetime chances to have fun, make new friends and explore new horizons. In the case of the scholarship program, it is always nice to be able to defray the many expenses of a college education.”


Youth Tour Northeast Oklahoma Electric


Cooperative will be sending four high school juniors from its service area on a week-long, all-expense-paid tour of our nation’s capitol in 2013 as part of its annual Youth Tour Contest. If you are in the eleventh grade and are enrolled in a school or home-schooled within the cooperative service area of Mayes, Delaware, Craig, and Ottawa Counties, or Chelsea High School in Rogers County, you are eligible to enter and win this contest. Youth Tour winners will tour Washington, D.C., June 14-20, 2013. The deadline for the essay contest is March 6, 2013.


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2012 Youth Tour participants Wyatt Dunham, Courtnye Niece, Jill Manning and Tim Taylorim T


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2012 Energy Campers Jhonna Gilmore, Elisabethe Mathews, Catie Gann and Madison Grubbs


2012 Energy Campers Jhonna Gilmore, Elisabethe Mathews, Catie Gann and Madison Grubbs


YouthPower Energy Camp Four eighth-graders from the cooperative service area will enjoy a week-long adven- ture at Canyon Camp near beautiful Red Rock Canyon in Hinton, Oklahoma, during the 2013 YouthPower Energy Camp. A winning essay will earn these lucky eighth-graders a chance to take part in a fun and educational opportunity


that comes around only once. YouthPower Energy Camp is scheduled May 28-31, 2013. The deadline for the essay contest is March 20, 2013.


College Scholarship


High school seniors whose parents or guardians are Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative members and who live in a household served by NEOEC electric are encouraged to apply for one of four available $1,000 college scholarships. Application deadline is noon on March 6, 2013.


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