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TRUSTEE NOMINEES Jack


Teague is a lifelong Hulbert resident and a graduate of Hulbert High School. Teague


has 25 years experience as owner/operator of Jack’s Muf- fler Shop and 10 years as owner/ operator of Jack’s Auto Parts. Teague has served on the Lake Region Electric Cooperative Board since 2000 and currently holds the position of Assistant Treasurer-Secretary. Teague has earned credentials as a Coopera- tive Trustee and Board Leader- ship Certification given by the National Rural Electric Coopera- tive Association (NRECA).


Scott


Manes is a lifelong resident of Hulbert and a 1985 graduate of Hulbert High School. Manes attended four


years of trade school to become a sheet metal worker. Manes is co-owner of American Environ- mental and a cattle rancher in Cherokee County. In addition, he owns a small business, Triple J. Equipment in Hulbert. Manes has served on the Lake Region Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees since 2009.


Louis


Bohanon I am a husband


and father of three, a life- long resident of Cherokee County and a USAF


veteran. I graduated Tahlequah High School, as well as Northeast- ern State University and I hold a B.A. and an M.A in Education. I retired from the dairy business in 2005, converting my operation to beef cattle, while at the same time beginning my career as a teacher. I am a 4H volunteer and cur- rently teach at Lowrey Elementary school and enjoy working with the students, as well as parents and members of the community.


Hulbert Youth Tour Student


Chosen to Represent State In February, Bethany Shultz attended the National Rural Electric Cooperative Asso- ciation’s (NRECA) annual meeting of electric coopera- tive leaders from across the country in Orlando, Florida.


Bethany was selected to the


National Youth Leadership Council during her Oklahoma Youth Tour trip. She was chosen to be the youth representative for the state of Okla- homa. These select students from each state, play an important role during the NRECA annual meeting. They are recognized on stage, they have hands-on experience with virtu-


2 LREC Powerline Press After these students time on the


National Youth Leadership Council, they leave the program more poised, confident and better developed leaders with strong undertstanding of how the electric cooperative’s of America work. Further, they leave having built lifelong friendships with other youth leaders from across the country.


ally every facet of the national meet- ing including the resolution process and helping members communicate with their legislators.


Bethany also will be invited to attend the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperative, (OAEC) state- wide annual meeting in Oklahoma City this April, where she will give a speech.


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