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HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS!
COULD WIN AN ALL-EXPENSE PAID TRIP TO OUR STATE CAPITAL IN MARCH AND
WASHINGTON D.C. IN JUNE!
MISS OUT ON THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME!
2015 RURAL ELECTRIC YOUTH TOUR TO
WASHINGTON, D. C.
spring an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D. C. will be awarded to two
young people from this area by Clarke Washington Electric Membership
Corporation Inc. To be eligible for the contest, you must be a high
school junior and your parent or guardian must be a member of CWEMC.
The Rural Electric Youth Tour is an annual, week-long event in June during
which high school juniors from all over the country convene in Washington to
learn more about government, cooperatives and rural electrification. The
tour is coordinated by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
(NRECA), the Washington-based national service organization of the nation's
rural electric systems. The tour is sponsored by NRECA, local
cooperatives and statewide organizations.
As participants in the Youth Tour, local contest winners will travel by plane
to Washington to spend one week seeing historic sites and visiting members of
Congress. Students will follow state-planned itineraries, which include a
day on Capitol Hill observing the House and Senate in session and visiting with
members of Congress. Delegates also participate in educational seminars
and other fun events, such as a dinner dance on Youth Day.
Many applicants to the program will also be invited to attend the Youth
Tour in Montgomery in March. Attendees will learn about their state's
government as they visit the state capital, Supreme Court, and other places of
interest. During the overnight trip, they will have an opportunity to
meet with representatives and senators of their state legislature.
Contest entrants need to fill out an application form, which will be used
to select the finalists. The finalists will be interviewed by a panel of
judges from other electric cooperatives who will then select the winners.
This is the 29th year EREC has sponsored a Youth Tour contest.
Approximately 1,600 Youth Tour participants from across rural America will meet
in the nation's capital in June for the National Rural Electric Youth Tour.
To enter the contest, high school juniors should contact Member Services
at CWEMC, (251) 246-9081 or (800) 332-9081, for an application. CWEMC will
also visit high schools in its service area to pick up applications.
Clarke-Washington EMC, a Touchstone Energy® Cooperative, is a member owned electric cooperative headquartered in Jackson, Alabama. Clarke-Washington EMC serves nearly 22,000 meters across some 4,000 miles of line in Clarke, Washington, Monroe and Wilcox counties of Alabama, the municipalities of Coffeeville, Chatom, Millry and McIntosh.
Notice: Effective January 1, 2010 a convenience fee will be charged for use of credit card, debit card and e-check payments for payment of electric bills. This fee is a pass-through fee from the company we use to make these transactions. The fee will be $1.00 for e-checks and $2.00 for credit and debit card transactions.