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NORTHWESTERN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.


June 2014 Summer fun on tap for Youth Tour winners T


hanks to Northwestern Electric and its proud tradition of sup- porting the youth in its service


territory, Lindsey Brown and Katelyn Cutsinger won’t have to worry about finding something exciting to do this summer.


Lindsey and Katelyn won an all- expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., along with a $500 scholarship. They will spend six fun-filled days in June touring the nation’s Capital. Paden Salisbury and Karly Gillispie captured a spot at the 2015 Touchstone Energy Leadership Summit along with a $500 college scholarship. Lindsey is the daughter of James


and Lyn Brown of Laverne and Katelyn is the daughter of Orval and Rosetta Cutsinger from Vici. Paden is also from Vici and her parents are


Lindsey Brown, Paden Salisbury, Karly Gillispie and Katelyn Cutsinger competed in NWEC’s 2014 Youth Tour contest. Lindsey and Katelyn will represent NWEC during this year’s Washington Youth Tour. Paden and Karly earned a spot at the 2015 Touchstone Energy Leadership Summit. All four students will receive a $500 college scholarship for being one of the finalists.


Kelly and Trisha Salisbury. Karly’s parents are Levi and Amy Gillsipie of


Shattuck. Congratulations students for a job well done!


NWEC announced the 2014 scholarship winners during its annual meeting held on April 10. Thurman Fussell presented the awards to this year’s recipients—Madeline Atha, Jake Fanning, Nicolas Smith, Kenny Kruckenberg, Randall Castor, Hannah Darr and Micah Morehart. Sarah Meinders was unable to attend the meeting.


NWEC announces 2014 scholarship recipients


Scholarship. Madeline Atha, Jake Fanning, Nicolas Smith, Kenny Kruckenberg, Randall Castor, Hannah Darr, Micah Morehart and Sarah Meinders will each receive a $1,000 scholarship for one year. NWEC’s scholarship committee members based their selection of the


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orthwestern Electric is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Fanning-Fussell


students on their knowledge of electric cooperatives, citizenship, leadership, and scholastic achievement. Madeline is the daughter of Todd


and Ada Atha, Arnett. Jake’s parents are Tom and Michele Fanning, May. Nicolas is the son of Brian and Lezli Smith, Arnett. Kenny is the son of Jay and Suzy Kruckenberg, Mooreland. Randall’s parents are Randy and Becky Castor, Vici. Hannah is the


daughter of Travis and Sonya Darr, Fairview. Micah’s parents are Kevin and Ellen Morehart, Fargo and Sarah is the daughter of John and Ingrid Meinders, Woodward.


NWEC established the scholarship in 2001 in memory of Max Fanning and in honor of Thurman Fussell. Congratulations to all eight recipients and we wish you the best of luck as you further your education!


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