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May 2016


OK State Highway 1, Roff , Oklahoma


A newsletter for PEC’s electric consumers


Youth Tour Winners Power Up for Trip of a Lifetime


Three local high school juniors soon will pack their bags for a week long trip to Washington D.C., where they will join hundreds of other students from cooperatives across the U.S. on the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Youth Tour.


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ach year, PEC awards an all-expense paid trip to the winners of its Youth Tour Contest, a 50 question fi ll in the blank test. The contest is open to all 11th


grade


students enrolled in a school system located in one of the 11 counties served by PEC.


413600100 The Winners


The three students who will represent PEC this year are Brooke Hill, Vanoss High School, Bailey Kinsella of Latta High School and Laramie Reed of Latta High School. The students will spend six days in Washington, D.C., with nearly 70 peers from local electric cooperatives across Oklahoma. During the week long trip, Oklahoma’s delegation will join more than 1,500 other students from across the country who are participating in their state’s Youth Tour program.


The Trip


Oklahoma’s Youth Tour delegates will begin their trip June 10, 2016, with a “Get Acquainted Banquet” in Oklahoma City, and then depart for the nation’s capitol the next


See YT 2016, Page 2


(l-r) PEC’S 2016 Youth Tour winners: Brooke Hill, Vanoss High School, Laramie Reed of Latta High School and Bailey Kinsella of Latta High School.


INSIDE THIS ISSUE Finance a New Heat Pump


Beat the summer heat with a new heat pump. Let PEC set-up convenient monthly payments.


Page 2 HOLIDAY CLOSING


PEC’s offi ces will be closed in observance and honor of Memorial Day


Monday, May 30, 2016 Energy Camp Winners


Four area 8th grade students have been selected as winners of PEC’s Youth Power Energy Camp essay contest.


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