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Invasion mmer program


Kanaan has a niche for computers. One of his tasks this summer was helping to pre-program the routers for the new BOLT Fiber Op c Services. He also traveled to surrounding communi es, including Grove, to aid RECtec workers in various tasks as well.


“This employment opportunity has given me invaluable work experience, as well


as income for the future as well,” he affi rmed.


Kanaan is also grateful for this chance to work, and thanks both the Cherokee Na on and NEOEC.


“I like the Cherokee Na on Summer Youth Program. They got me a job working in a fi eld I like. I’ve really enjoyed my  me being here at REC as well.”


Charlie Brewer Charlie Brewer is from Grove, Oklahoma. He is currently a ending the University of Oklahoma, pursuing the fi eld of Civil Engineering. He was employed in the


Public Rela ons department.


“It certainly was an interes ng summer, to say the least,” he stated. “My  me in PR took me all over the coopera ve complex and beyond.”


One of his primary assignments that would prove to be the one of the most extended and interes ng: digi zing photos and newspaper ar cles accumulated in the PR archive. This involved scanning and cropping physical photos and saving them to a computer database.


“It was an experience seeing the 75+ year history of REC translated into


Story and individual photos by Charlie Brewer Meg Watkins


right, back row: Kodee Bohannan, Dylan Woods, Charlie Brewer, Kanaan Nichols ow: Allyson Boyd, Sydnee Hopwood, Meg Watkins


August 2015 - 5


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