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Brinkley & Evans Attend Energy Camp Destiney Brinkley and Zach Evans both of Granite


“Youth-Power Energy Camp”, where they served as delegates from Harmon Electric Association, Inc. Destiney, daughter of Meredith and Troy Barham,


recently returned from the 2016 Rural Electric


and Zach, son of Mark and Nicole Evans, were among approximately 80 outstanding 8th graders chosen from across the state to represent their local rural electric cooperative during the four days at Canyon Camp located just east of Hinton, OK. When asked what he thought was the most exciting


part of the trip, Zach said, “I really liked making electromagnets. The dance and outside games were fun too”. When asked about her experience, Destiney replied, “I enjoyed the chance to meet new people and make new friends. The crazy games were a lot of fun”. While at camp, delegates attended sessions on


energy, electrical safety and rural electric careers. They elected their own Manager and Board of Directors and operated a Coke & Candy Cooperative. Other special activities of the four-day program included hands-on electrical demonstrations, such as pole climbing and bucket truck rides from linemen, a 13 low-element ropes course, swimming, an energy battle tournament and a trip to Celebration Station for video games and go-carts. The “YouthPower Energy Camp” is held each year and is coordinated by the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives and Harmon Electric Association, Inc.


The Harmon Electric office will be closed July 4th for the holiday. To report an outage call


580-688-3342 or 800-643-7769. Have a safe 4th of July!


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