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Jeremy Baker, Cookson Hills Electric Cooperative


“These people didn’t have anything, but they were full of joy. If we ran out of water, they would go out of their way to buy us a 2-liter bottle of Coke. That speaks to your heart.”


Jason Brown, Rural Electric Cooperative


“The people and children have impacted me the most. They were so gracious and friend- ly. We got to meet the president of the vil- lage El Torito and she expressed to us how impressed she was with our work.”


Derec Janaway, Oklahoma Electric Cooperative


“Seeing all the people show up for the celebration when we completed our project, it felt like a victory lap. It was awesome when they turned the switch on and the lights came on.”


Heath Martin, Northfork Electric Cooperative 22 Wade Hurst, Okla. Assn. of Electric Cooperatives


“I was reminded of how much of the small things we take for granted: electricity, air conditioning, quality of water. They oper- ate with so much less than we do. The lo- cals were extremely grateful, from the kids to the adults.”


Stacy Bourne, East Central Okla. Electric Cooperative


“It was pretty amazing at the celebra- tion. When you get people’s lights on and you get to go home, that’s the big- gest deal. To see everybody benefi t from what we’ve done for two weeks.”


“We went to Bolivia with hope, and we left that hope there. Now, with electricity, they have hope for a better quality of life.”


Larry Cisneros, Northeast Okla. Electric Cooperative


“It’s a life experience to give these people something that would have tak- en countless number of years for them to attain. Very rewarding.”


Damon Lester, Indian Electric Cooperative


“I want to encourage other linemen to experience what we just experienced in Bolivia. We can do projects back at home, but we can’t tap into the spiri- tual fulfi llment a job like this brings.”


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