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Speech! Speech! Youth Tour Finalists Announced (but, it's not over yet)


 Speech banquet, April 3


four winners will be chosen to attend Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. this summer as OEC’s delegates. Join us in congratulating the following 10 students on


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their hard work and for making it to the fi nal rounds of the contest. ★ Katrina Maston, Bridge Creek High School ★ MaJoi Moore, Chickasha High School ★ Tawn Neidy, Chickasha High School ★ Ashley Owens, Chickasha High School ★ Tempie Stewart, Chickasha High School ★ Joshua Craft, Community Christian School ★ Jazzlyn Pennybaker, Community Christian School ★ Harrison Williams, Community Christian School ★ Preston Sturgell, Dibble High School ★ Tanner Gatlin, Newcastle High School


T e four winners will travel to Washington, D.C. with


70 others from Oklahoma in June. While on Youth Tour, they will visit national and historical landmarks, take a dinner cruise down the famous Potomac River, attend a Broadway show, and even have the opportunity to speak with Oklahoma’s Congressional delegates. Watch for the list of winners to be announced


on OEC’s Facebook page (facebook.com/OklaElec) following the banquet. T ey will also be featured in the May issue of the OEC News.


en fi nalists of the Youth Tour contest will present speeches at the annual Youth Tour Banquet April 3. Following interviews by a panel of judges and their speech presentations,


There’s still time for your eighth grader to attend the 2014


YouthPower Energy Camp! Energy Camp, a fun-fi lled, four-day camp,


builds leadership skills in students while teaching them what it means to be part of a cooperative. T e attendees form their own coke and candy co-op and elect a board of directors and a general manager. In addition to conducting “co-op” business, camp activities include team-building exercises, electrical safety demonstrations, lineman-assisted electric pole-climbing and bucket truck ride (rising 50 feet in the air!), and an afternoon at Celebration Station. T e fi nal night, a pizza and dance party is held to celebrate the end of a fun week and the beginning of new friendships. To apply, eighth graders must write a 200-


word essay answering the question ‘How are cooperative diff erent than other businesses?’ Essays are due in OEC’s offi ce by 5 p.m., Monday, April 14. An entry form can be found at www. okcoop.org. Energy Camp will be held May 27-30 at


Canyon Camp and Conference Center south of Hinton. Essays are due to OEC Monday, April 14 by 5 p.m. If you have any questions, contact youth programs coordinator Brianna Wall at 217-6708.


Youth News


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