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Favorite Recipe to Oklahoma Living’s 65th Anniversary Cookbook


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Homemade Potato Soup Recipes


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Don’t Let Your Valentine Day Gift Shock the Neighborhood


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Make Summer Memorable with our Youth Programs


uniors attending high school in NFEC’s service territory are eligible to win the experience of a lifetime – an all-expense paid, week-long trip to Washington, D. C. this June as winners of our Youth Tour contest. In order to compete in the contest, interested students will take a test administered by Northfork Electric. Four students with the highest scores become finalists and are invited to NFEC’s Youth Tour banquet. There they will be asked questions about NFEC and the judges will the select which two finalists win the trip to Washington. The two runners-up each receive a $250 scholarship. Kenny Waugh, NFEC’s youth programs


coordinator, has left information packets with school representatives who can then distribute those packets to all interested students. The packets contain information on rural electrification along with information students can use to study for the test. They also contain contest rules and regulations, and all dates for the Youth Tour program.


Energy Camp is designed to help 8th grad- ers develop leadership skills, have summertime fun, and learn about one of this country’s most important industries...rural electrification.


Energy Camp is at Canyon Camp near


Hinton’s beautiful Red Rock Canyon, where students watch safety demonstrations, climb a utility pole, watch a co-op crew at work, and tour one of the largest generating facili- ties in Oklahoma. Plus, they will sharpen their leadership skills by working with newfound friends as they set up and run their own coop- erative business. To attend Energy Camp interested students need to write a 250-word essay on “How can I Conserve Electricity?”


Deadline to submit essays is March 15. To get a youth programs information packet, contact coordinator Kenny Waugh at (580) 928-3366.


Scholarships Available to Area Seniors


Each year NFEC awards $500 scholarships to six students who are graduating from area high schools. The selection committee reviews numer- ous applications searching for those students who have high academic standards, and who are also involved in school activities and their communi- ties.


“Education is freedom, and we take seriously our role in supporting our students. We are proud


to help these outstanding young people continue their education,” says NFEC General Manager Scott Copeland.


Seniors interested in applying for the scholar- ships are encouraged to contact Kenny Waugh, NFEC youth programs coordinator, at (580) 928-3366, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.


Applications are due no later than April 1.


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