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2017 HARMON ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION YOUTH TOUR CONTEST


High school juniors throughout the service


territory of Harmon Electric Association are encouraged to begin developing their ideas for the 2017 Harmon Electric Association Youth Tour Contest.


Information


packets containing copies of the rules, regulations, and basic details on the contest will be distributed to the high schools across the area during the month of January. Two students will receive an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. June 8-15, 2017.


The trip begins when they join approximately


sixty other winners from across the state for a “Get Acquainted Banquet” in Oklahoma City. The delegates will board a jet the following morning and fl y directly to Washington, D.C. Six thrill packed days in the nation’s Capitol will include a tour of the capitol, a riverboat trip on the Potomac, tour of Mount Vernon, breakfast with Oklahoma’s Congressional delegates and many other points of interest.


paid trip to the Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp in Steamboat Springs, CO July 14-20, 2017. three decades the electric Kansas, Wyoming


and


cooperatives of Colorado, Oklahoma have


Also, two students will be awarded an all expense For


nearly conducted


an outstanding educational seminar known as the Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp. Every July nearly 100 high school students travel to Clark, Colorado (north of Steamboat Springs) after being selected by their local cooperatives as participants. The seminar strives to help develop leadership skills that will assist students with the challenges they will face in the future.


scholarship.


please contact Beth Penington at (580) 688-3342 email Beth at csrbethp@harmonelectric.com.


The remaining runners-up will each receive a $300 For more information about the contest, or


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