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Co-op Family Christmas Helps Neighbors During the Holidays


“The Co-op Family Christmas was born when a group of employees saw a need within our membership and wanted to help,” explains NFEC General Manager Scott Copeland when discussing NFEC’s Co-op Family Christmas program. North- fork has been sponsoring the program for more than 10 years. Copeland goes on to explain each year recipients are selected by a committee of employees who are personally familiar with the circumstances faced by each family. Those VHOHFWHG KDYH EHHQ LGHQWL¿HG DV IDFLQJ PRUH WKDQ WKHLU VKDUH of challenges in the past year related to health, loss of family members, or loss/damage of personal property. The program has helped families through bill assistance and gift baskets, in DGGLWLRQ WR SURYLGLQJ VSHFL¿F KHOS VXFK DV DQQXDO /LIH $OHUW VHUYLFH SODQV RU OHQGLQJ DVVLVWDQFH DIWHU D IDPLO\ VX㑅HUHG D


FDWDVWURSKLF HYHQW VXFK DV WKH ORVV RI D KRPH GXH WR ¿UH “This is truly an employee-motivated program,” explains Copeland. “The employees are sincere in their desire and com- mitment to help where they know help is needed. I am proud of them for caring so deeply about their neighbors, and I am KXPEOHG WR ZRUN ZLWK VXFK D VHOÀHVV JURXS ´ KH VD\V “The number of families that will be helped through this program will be contingent on the amount of donations we receive,” Copeland says.


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note at: P.O. Box 400, Sayre, OK 73662. (Donations are not tax deductible.)


Northfork Electric Seeks Students )RU 7RXFKVWRQH (QHUJ\® /HDGHUVKLS 6XPPLW


Northfork Electric is seeking students to partici- pate in the 2017 Touchstone Energy® Leadership Sum- mit to be held Saturday, January 14, 2017 at the Chesapeake Finish Line Tower in Oklahoma City’s Boathouse District. This annual event is designed to excite and motivate high school students to become leaders of their communi- ties.


Two students cur- rently in the 10th, 11th or


12th grade will be selected from NFEC’s service area to attend the Leadership Sum- mit. In addition, NFEC will provide both students with a $250 scholarship. Thirty students representing Touch-


stone Energy® electric cooperatives around Oklahoma will be attending the event. Almost 400 Oklahoma high school students have been recognized for their leadership abilities by having the opportu- nity to attend one of the previous Touch- stone Energy® Leadership Summits. The January 14 program will be from D P WR S P DQG ZLOO IHDWXUH HQHU-


getic and motivating leadership expert, Rhett Laubach, owner of Edmond-based <RXU1H[W6SHDNHU


“The Leadership Summit program is unique in its design and truly provides an unforgettable experience for each student who attends,” said NFEC Communication Specialist Matthew Swint.


“NFEC and the other Oklahoma electric cooperatives are proud to provide students from across the state the opportu- nity to expand their leadership abilities by taking part in this fun and exciting leader- ship program.”


Students selected to attend the Lead-


ership Summit, their parents, and their co-op sponsors will attend the Oklahoma City Blue basketball game at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City that eve- ning. The students will be presented their scholarships at a quarter break during the game!


For more informa-


tion about the Touchstone Energy® Leadership Summit or to receive an application form, please contact Matthew 6ZLQW DW


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plications must be submitted to Northfork Electric on or before December 12, 2016. Touchstone Energy® is a national alliance of local, consumer-owned electric cooperatives committed to providing high standards of service to customers large and small. More than 600 Touchstone Energy® cooperatives in 44 states deliver energy and energy solutions to more than 17 million customers every day. Touch- stone Energy® cooperatives serve their members with integrity, accountability, in- novation and a longstanding commitment to communities.


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