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COOPERATOR January 2014


Youth Contest Set for Area High School Juniors and 8th Graders


KAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE BLACKWELL, OKLAHOMA


A Touchstone Energy Cooperative A supplement of Oklahoma Living


Kay Electric Cooperative 300 W Doolin Ave • PO Box 607 Blackwell, OK 74631


Tele: (580) 363-1260


Toll Free: (800) 535-1079 Kay Electric Online www.kayelectric.coop


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Kay Electric is giving eight area high school juniors the op- portunity to win trips to Washing- ton, D.C., Steamboat Springs, Colo., or cash prizes.


The two trips are all expenses paid and are truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. KEC has participated in the National Rural Electric Youth Tour Program since the early 1960s. Each year, KEC has an es- say contest for area juniors. The students are asked to write a 500- word essay over a specific topic. This year’s topic is: “If chosen as a Youth Tour delegate you will be traveling to Washington, D.C. to experience and learn about Amer- ica’s rich history. What moment in American history do you wish you had been a part of and how would you have contributed?” KEC will have all the essay’s judged by a third party and the top eight will be asked to attend the annual Youth Tour Banquet in March. The top eights students


Pay via telephone during office hours by using a major credit card at 1-800-535-1079


Pay in person at KEC or use our 24-hour payment drop box in Blackwell


Board of Directors


will be asked to present their es- says in speech form and answer a few electric cooperative questions from a panel of judges. Once concluded, the top two stu- dents will represent KEC on Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. June 14-19, 2014; second place stu- dent’s will receive an all expense paid trip to Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp in Steamboat Springs, Colo. July 12-18, 2104; third and fourth place students will receive cash prizes.


Participants must be a high school junior and attending a school within KEC’s service ter- ritory. You do not have to be a member of KEC. Continued on page 2


District 1 District 2


Jake Olsen Chad Otto


District 3 Ron Shoffner District 4 Max Hohmann District 5


Mike Lebeda


District 6 Brady Hostetler District 7 Kent McAninch District 8 Dr. Tim Blanton District 9


Verl Brorsen


General Manager/CEO Joe Harris


PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW WHEN YOUR ELECTRICITY GOES OFF


1. Check your fuse or circuit breaker box.


2. Check with your neighbors. Are they off? Have they reported the electricity off?


3. Call 1-800-535-1079.


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