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LREC-Sponsored Hulbert Student Selected for National Youth Leadership


National Youth Leadership Council (YLC) is composed of one student from each of the states that participate in the Youth Tour. The Oklahoma winner was Bethany Shultz of Lake Region Electric Cooperative. Shultz will be the Oklahoma state representative.


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The purpose of the YLC conference is to build leadership and public speaking skills, and to en- hance the delegates’ knowledge of the energy in- dustry and the cooperative form of business. These students will also make presentations at their statewide and local cooperative annual meetings. Each student will prepare a 5-7 minute speech about what inspired them during their Youth Tour trip. You can view the YouthTour YouTube chan- nel for examples of prior speeches. Also, the YLC National Spokesperson will be selected to address the membership at the NRECA Annual Meeting and to address the Youth Tour delegates the fol- lowing year.


Members of the YLC play an important role during NRECA’s Annual Meeting the following spring. Not only are the YLC members recog- nized on stage, they have a hands-on experience with virtually every facet of the meeting including the resolutions process and helping our members communicate with their legislators. Youth Leadership Council members leave more poised, confident and a better developed leader with a strong determination to improve your com- munity and make their country a better place. Fur- ther, they leave having built life- long friendships with other student leaders from across the country.


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and driving expenses. LREC continues to offer its


members beneficial and conve- nient services related to receiving and paying their monthly bills. We offer Automatic Bank-Draft four times a month for members to have their electric bill drafted. Automatic Bank-Draft payments are transferred directly from your checking or savings account to LREC. We hope these draft dates


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help members who re- ceive their paycheck or income at different times of the month. Automatic draft dates are the 1st, 5th, 12th, or 19th of each month. Members will have the option of setting the date they want their monthly bill drafted. If a member is already partic- ipating in the Automatic Bank-Draft program, you can ask to be switched to your preferred draft date. Automatic Bank- Draft can be set-up by visiting one of our offices or calling our office to re- quest a form. Members can also apply online at www.lrecok.coop. Mem-


bers will need to continue paying their electric bill as normal until “BANK DRAFT” is printed on the bill.


Members who sign up in the month of August for the Automatic Bank- Draft program will be put into a prize drawing for one of four $25.00 Wal-Mart gift cards.


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gram, please contact our offices at 918-772-2526 or toll-free at 800- 364-5732. You can also visit our website for more information at www.lrecok.coop.


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