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September, 2016


McLane & Durrence Attend Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp www.harmonelectric.com


were selected by Harmon Electric to attend the 40th annual Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp near Steamboat Springs, Colorado, July 16-22. McLane and Durrence joined approximately 100 youth from across Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Wyoming to participate in the leadership camp sponsored by the electric cooperatives in each state. As part of the week-long adventure, the students established


Lexie McLane of Olustee and Marshall Durrence of Duke


a candy cooperative business, in which they elected a general manager and board of directors, participated in daily membership meetings and paid membership dues of 50 cents to the newly established co-op business. “The Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp is specifi cally


designed to empower student leaders and help them better understand the cooperative business model,” said Charles Paxton, General Manager of Harmon Electric.


highlights the co-op’s commitment to their communities, but it also helps teach the students to become community leaders.” When not tending to their candy cooperative, the students


“This camp not only


learned about electric co-ops, witnessed a high-voltage safety demonstration and built a transmission line from craft supplies. They also created multiple committees to help plan and implement the week’s activities while improving leadership and interpersonal communication skills. The youth toured Fish Creek Falls, Trapper Mine, and


cooperatives through an essay and speech contest, coupled with an interview process based on their knowledge of their local electric cooperative. “The one thing that had the most signifi cant impact on me was


the motivational speaker that taught us to let our self-confi dence prosper and be the person we wish to be.” Stated Marshall. He added, “I was really inspired by the ambassadors because they showed me how to be myself and let loose.” McLane said “This trip inspired me to be a better person. I


want to be the kind of person who is real and authentic like our speaker talked about in his motivational leader speech. I want to become more involved in my community after seeing how politics can aff ect us. Also, watching the ambassadors really inspired me to venture out of my comfort zone and meet new people.” Harmon Electric sponsors the Leadership Camp each year as


local electric


Craig Power Plant; visited Steamboat Springs; experienced the adrenaline rush of river rafting; and enjoyed traditional camp activities such as volleyball, swimming, dancing, and competing in a talent show. Camp participants were chosen by their


part of our strong commitment to the community and our mission to help the future generations to become leaders. Harmon Electric sponsors two students for the trip. For more information about the trip contact, Beth Penington, Youth Tour Coordinator for Harmon Electric Association.


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