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chelly hill Jun 17
Youth Tour 2019⚡️💛
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Jim Matheson Jun 17
Proud to attend the Washington DC Youth Tour visit representing America’s Electric Cooperatives from 47 states. Great energy and passion for their communities.
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Chely Jun 19
I never would’ve thought I could make so many friends with such amazing people in just a week, but Washington Youth Tour proves different! LOVE and it’s so sad that tonight is the last night
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Tri-County Electric Cooperative Jun 18
It has been an action packed few days for the Florida Delegates of the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour!
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Talquin Electric Cooperative Jun 17
Florida Youth Tour delegates had a great time into history today! Each day gets as better than the last. They can’t wait to make the most of the next few days as they continue to with other young leaders!!!
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JD Lowery Jun 19
This crew went Hog wild when they meet with today! We appreciate his time!
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Trico Electric Co-op Jun 19
Thank you for meeting with our Washington students today.
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Georgia EMC Jun 19
Georgia’s Electric Co-op Youth Tour delegates spent time with former Ga. gov. and now Sec. of Agriculture Sonny Perdue who discussed how the is assisting with rural broadband, farm production & food safety. Thank you, !
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Talquin Electric Cooperative Jun 19
YT delegates wrap up their final full day with an impactful visit with their congressional reps ( and ) after touring the Capitol! They also got the chance to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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Benton REA Nov 29
Youth Tour applications are due tomorrow at 5 p.m. Sophomores and Juniors can drop off their application at our West Richland or Prosser offices. Don't miss out on this trip of a lifetime to Washington, D.C.!
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Talquin Electric Cooperative Jun 19
Day 4 was spent exploring George Washington’s home, taking in the beautiful scenery at Mount Vernon and visiting the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. What a truly eye-opening experience today has been!
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Horry Electric Cooperative Jun 20
Shout out to our 2 fabulous chaperones and the 5 incredibly awesome students from Horry County who represented HEC at the 2019 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour. We are glad to have them back home and are very proud of the manner in which they represented Horry Electric!
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Trico Electric Co-op Jun 20
This week, four students from Trico area schools, were in our nation’s capital as part of the Washington . Going to be a high school junior in the fall? Visit to see how you can join in on the fun next year.
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Trico Electric Co-op Jun 19
Day 5 of the Washington included a tour of the Capitol Building, Smithsonian museums and the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial. Today students are visiting with their elected officials. Learn more about the tour at .
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Grand Valley Power Jun 19
The annual Washington, D.C. Youth Tour is underway and GVP's youth representative, Izzy Mease, has had a jam-packed experience this week! Izzy is pictured by the Statue of Freedom and the statue of John L. Swigert Jr. given by in 1997.
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JD Lowery Jun 17
Our students learning that Freedom is not a free.
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JD Lowery Jun 17
We spent part of our day paying respect to the victims of 9/11 at the Pentagon crash site. The students on the trip this year were either born in 2001 or 2002.
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NRECA Jun 18
👀🙌 Looks like Electric Cooperative Youth Tour is off to an exciting start here in D.C., per this video from our CEO!
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Benton REA Jun 21
Nathan & Michelle returned from the yesterday. On their last day, they visited (not pictured) and . They toured the Captial Building and viewed the Senate floor.
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Senator John Boozman Jun 19
So great to meet with these young Arkansans in DC with the Youth Tour. We called the Hogs on the steps of the US Capitol and showed our pride for the Natural State. Hope they have enjoyed their visit and learned a lot.
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