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Tom Kloeppel, Pres.. ..................Dist. 6 Ron Sproul,VPres. .....................Dist. 1 Jim Simmons,Sec. ......................Dist. 9 Robert Yeoman,Treas. ................Dist. 7 Dr. Susan Lee .............................Dist. 4 Gene Peters ................................Dist. 5 Floyd Driever .............................Dist. 3 Raymond Flatt ............................Dist. 8 Chalentz Hedges........................ Dist. 2 Mark Snowden ..............................CEO Barry Haynie


Youth Tour Contest (continued from page 1)


Alex Schweitzer CEC News Editor


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1. Check your fuse or breaker box.. 2. Check with your neighbors. Is their power off? If so, have they already reported the outage? 3. Call CEC at 375-4121 or our toll free outage number 1-800-375-4121 and the trouble will be corrected as soon as possible. Have your service number, account number, or map location ready. This information helps our dispatchers pin-point the location of your problem.


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Please do not call and request that a connect, disconnect, or reconnect be made from 5:00 p.m. on Friday until 8:00 a.m. Monday, as we do NOT have anyone on duty during that time for that type of work. All connects, disconnects will be made on a Monday through Friday schedule.


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1600 Youth Tour teens from 44 states will meet for a special Youth Day with leadership class- es and motivational speakers.


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Our Y.T. teens will get to meet their OK congressional mem- bers and their staff. They will visit the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument, Arlington National Cemetery and watch the Chang- ing of the Guards Ceremony. Also,the Vietnam War Memorial, The National Archives, Ford’s theater, boat ride on Potomac, Holocaust Museum, Union Sta- tion, Spy Museum, Wax mu- seum, U.S. Marine Corps Parade and much, much more.


and your answer is?


Oklahoma cooperatives send around 70 high school juniors to Washington, DC each year.


Cimarron Electric employee, Matt Crandall, was fortunate to be a chaperone last year. Matt said,”You can’t be there and not have a new found appreciation for the freedoms that we have, and the price that was paid for us to get to do the things we enjoy ev- ery day. I know the impact it has had on my life and I could see it in the faces of our kids!”


Oklahoma’s electric co-ops began sponsoring teens on Youth Tour in 1963. Over 2,900 Oklahoma stu- dents have participated in Youth Tour over the years.


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