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NEWS FROM RAPPAHANNOCK ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE


REC Warns of Potential Scammers

REC urges members to beware of anyone calling to demand immediate payment for services from the co-op. Callers may claim the electric service will be disconnected unless the bill is immediately paid.

 

Get Connected pictureCommunity Connects with REC

REC's annual community event, Get Connected, attracted more than 500 members to Lydia’s Barn in Stanardsville. REC employees connected with residents of Greene County and surrounding areas as they gathered for an evening of food, entertainment, learning about their Cooperative and - mostly - community.



outage restoration pictureREC Restoration Effort
Nears Completion

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) and mutual aid crews worked through the night to restore service to members who lost power during what the National Weather Service described as a “mini derecho” Monday night. As of 9 this morning, approximately 1,600 members remain without power.

 

 

storm damage photoREC Continues Restoration
Efforts after 'Mini Derecho'

Power restoration efforts will continue overnight after storms packing winds of up to 75 mph barreled through REC's service territory Monday evening, knocking out power to more than 38,000 members at the storm's peak.

 

 

 

Restoration imageREC Crews Respond
to Outages after Storms

Strong thunderstorms with gusty winds crashed through Rappahannock Electric Cooperative's (REC) service territory Monday evening, snapping trees, downing wires and knocking out power to more than 38,000 members. About 12,000 remained without power as of 7:30 this morning.



community grant photoREC's Community Grant
Application Now Available

REC has made its grant application available to emergency service agencies, community non-profits, and educators for 2018. The grants are made possible through REC's community grant program, which provides supplemental funding for projects that will positively impact members of the cooperative. Completed applications must be returned to one of REC's offices, or postmarked, by April 13, 2018.

 

 

restoration picturePower Restoration Complete
After Wind Storm Riley

REC crews completed the weeklong, tedious task of restoring outages caused by the 36-hour windstorm that thrashed REC's 22-county service territory. The final outages persisted in REC's western region, which saw wind gusts up to 78 mph. Restoration was completed yesterday evening.

 

 

storm photoWind Storm Riley
Restoration Nearly Complete

REC and mutual aid crews entered the homestretch today as they race to restore service to the final few hundred members who remain without power after last week's 36-hour windstorm. All storm-related outages should be restored by later today.

 

 

 

Storm damageREC Continues Restoration Efforts

Crews continued to tackle devastating damage in REC's western territory today, replacing poles, setting transformers and rebuilding electric lines battered by last week's 36-hour wind storm.

 

 

 

damage photoREC Restores Service to
92% of Members Without Power

REC and an additional 200 mutual aid workers from Virginia and out-of-state electric co-ops have restored more than 92 percent of the outages caused by the catastrophic wind storm that hammered the state last week.

 

 

 

damage photoREC Continues to Discover
Extensive Damage to Infrastructure

REC continues to discover more broken poles and extensive damage as crews make their way into previously inaccessible areas, especially west of State Route 29, as well as Route 17 corridor in Southern Fauquier.


 

Storm photoREC Continues to Repair
Extensive Damage to System

While members in REC's Eastern territory of Caroline, Essex, Hanover, King and Queen, King William, Louisa and Spotsylvania will see service restored today, some members west of State Route 29 may not see service restored until Wednesday.

 

 

Restoration imageREC Aggressively Working
to Restore Power

REC and mutual aid crews again worked through the night to restore service to about 5,000 members who lost power during the powerful wind storm. As of 8 a.m., more than 16,000 members remained without power, and restoration efforts will continue beyond this weekend.



Storm photoREC Makes Restoration Progress,
Much Work Remains

Over 250 workers and REC employees continue around-the-clock efforts to restore power to more than 23,000 members who remain without service. That workforce, about double REC's normal force of line personnel, includes REC crews and more than 50 crews from other cooperatives.


Restoration GraphicREC's Restoration Efforts Continue
after Devastating Wind Storm

REC crews worked nonstop overnight to restore power to several thousand members who lost service during the extended and dangerous wind storm that roared through REC's 22-county service territory. REC cautions that many of the outages may extend beyond this weekend into next week.

 

Tree damageREC Cautions Members
to Prepare for Extended Outages

More than 40,000 REC members remain without power Friday evening as the dangerous wind storm continues to pummel the Cooperative’s 22-county service territory.REC cautions that many of the outages may extend beyond this weekend and into next week.

 


Dangerous Winds graphicREC Responds to Widespread
Outages as Wind Storm Continues

REC's crews will continue to work as long as they can do so safely. Right-of-way and power line contractors are assisting REC, and additional assistance has been requested from other cooperatives. Sustained winds of 30 mph with gusts over 50 mph are expected to continue through tonight.

 

 

Prepared imageREC Prepares for Outages in Advance
of Expected Wind Storm

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative crews are preparing for possible power outages due to the major wind storm expected to impact REC's entire 22-county service territory.

 



Casey HollinsHollins Promoted to Director of
Communications and Public Relations

Casey Marie Hollins has recently been promoted to director of communications and public relations for REC. In her new role, Hollins leads REC's communications and public relations department, which facilitates the Cooperative's internal and external communications, digital and social media, public and media relations, and school and community involvement programs.

 



Youth Tour photoREC Sponsors Richmond
Youth Legislative Day

To show the importance of being involved in the legislative process, REC recently hosted its annual Richmond Youth Legislative Day. Sudents from REC's 2017 Washington Youth Tour program traveled to Richmond to view state government in action.

 


Ann Lewis
REC Names New Eastern Region
Director of Member Services
and Community Relations

Ann M. Lewis was recently promoted to director of member services and community relations for REC. In her new role, Lewis oversees the member services department in the Cooperative's Eastern Region, based out of the Bowling Green office in Caroline County.

 



SolarREC Seeks Approval
of Community Solar Pilot Program

On Tuesday, January 30, REC, along with three fellow Virginia electric cooperatives, began seeking formal approval of a pilot program to provide additional solar energy to interested members. If approved, the Community Solar Pilot Project will allow members of the cooperative to subscribe to solar energy generated from two facilities in Virginia.

 

Maxie RozellREC Names New Manager
of Eastern Region

David M. "Maxie" Rozell Jr. was recently selected to be manager of REC's Eastern Region, based in Bowling Green. Rozell is responsible for the eastern region distribution operations and construction. He will oversee vegetation management services, fleet management and contracts and permitting throughout REC.

 


Eugene Campbell Jr.Cooperative's Region IX
Board Member Vacancy Filled

In the fall, the Board of Directors of REC announced the Region IX director vacancy in Cooperative Living magazine and in several newspapers. Region IX covers the counties of Essex, King and Queen, and King William. After interviewing all candidates, the Board took action to appoint Eugene L. Campbell Jr. to the position. In accordance with the Bylaws, Campbell began serving the Region IX term effective January 17, 2018.

 

 

Youth Tour
Youth Tour Applications
Available From REC

Picture this: an opportunity to travel to Washington D.C., meeting nearly 2,000 other students, a tour of Capitol Hill, meeting congressional representatives, a Potomac River cruise, touring museums like the National Museum of African American History, and so much more!

 



house in snowDid I Really Use
That Much Electricity?

During December and January, REC service area experienced record-breaking cold temperatures that put heating systems into overdrive and increased electricity use.






The Power of ChangeThe Power of Change Can Boost Your Non-Profit - Applications Available

REC is excited to announce The Power of Change application is now available. Non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply.

 

 

Dev PatelREC Community Scholarship Application Now Available

REC is now accepting applications for its 2018 Community Scholarship program. For the first time ever, REC is now offering one-time $1,000 scholarships to current college students, along with current high school seniors.

 

 

 

 

Patricia Hatcher
REC Names New Director
of Human Resources

In her new role, Patricia James Hatcher is responsible for assisting the manager of human resources and employee development in overseeing the day-to-day human resource operations. She has the primary responsibility for directing the staff and in executing personnel policies and practices.

 




Snow photoREC Aggressively Working
To Restore Power

REC's restoration efforts are under way as crews work to repair damaged lines and equipment from this weekend’s winter storm.

 

 



Jeff HinsonREC Names New Director of Member Services and Community Relations

Jeff Hinson has recently been promoted to director of member services and community relations for REC.





 

The Power of ChangeLocal Organizations Benefit from Generosity of REC Members

Over 16,000 members of REC voluntarily participate in The Power of Change, a program through which the Cooperative rounds up electric bills to the nearest whole dollar, with the extra change used to support community efforts.

 

Agribusiness LogoREC Recognized as Agribusiness of the Year

The Cooperative was honored for its long commitment to the Virginia agricultural community.

 

 

2017 Annual Meeting


2017 Annual Meeting

Smart, Efficient, and Progressing with You REC's Annual Meeting took place Aug. 10 at the Fredericksburg Conference Center. More than 6,100 REC members participated either in person or by proxy.

 

 

 

John HewaREC Announces New Member
of Executive Leadership Team

John D. Hewa has joined REC's executive management team, where he will oversee several functional areas including Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, Safety and Security, and Technical Services.

 

 

 


LEARN 325REC Receives Awards for Excellence in
Communications

REC recently received national recognition for excellence in its communications efforts. Recognition was awarded by two organizations that promote effective communications: the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association's (NRECA) Council of Rural Electric Communicators, and the Cooperative Communicators Association (CCA).

 

 

LEARN 325

REC's LEARN Grant Program Provides
Funds for Local Schools, Non-profits

REC recently awarded $16,000 in grants to non-profits, emergency service agencies, and local schools. The grants are made possible through REC's LEARN (Literacy, Education, and Rural Networking) program.

 



Youth Tour picture
Local Students Discover
D.C. and Cooperatives

This year seven students from REC's service territory had the opportunity to participate in the National Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour.

 

 

 

 

Tree Line USA logoREC Recognized
by Tree Line USA

For the fifteenth consecutive year, REC has been named a Tree Line USA utility by The National Arbor Day Foundation.

 



 

rate logoREC Files for Rate Adjustment

REC has filed a rate application with the State Corporation Commission (SCC) to adjust its rate structure and rates effective in 2018.



Gaff n Go PictureREC Linemen Excel
at Gaff-n-Go Lineman Rodeo

Safety, precision and teamwork were on display over the weekend at the 15th Annual Terex Gaff-n-Go Lineman & Equipment Operator's Rodeo held at Meadow Event Park in Doswell, Va. Competing with other utilities from across the mid-Atlantic states, several REC linemen participated.

 


Get Connected ImageStraight from REC Members:
My Co-op Cares

What did REC employees and the Board of Directors do Wednesday night? They hosted the "Get Connected" event for hundreds of their members. This year's event was held in Tappahannock.

 

 



LEARN Scholarship ImageREC Rewards Outstanding
Student Achievement

Volunteerism, resourcefulness, and determination are characteristics exhibited by those seeking to reach their lifelong dreams of a being a nurse, engineer, teacher or one of many other career paths. REC recently awarded $16,000 in LEARN scholarships to students exhibiting these qualities.



Area Students Receive Electric Co-op College Scholarships

You wake up each day, flip the switch on and power through your day. It may have never occurred to you that the very company delivering the electricity to power your every day would also help send your child to college. That’s exactly what happened to twelve high school seniors whose families receive electricity from REC.

 

David Johnson PictureREC Names New Key Accounts
Executive/Energy Services Coordinator

David Johnson is now the primary contact for designated key accounts and large power activities for members in the southern portion of REC’s service area. He will work primarily from REC’s Bowling Green office.

 

 



Suspect in Wire Thefts Apprehended in Louisa County

The Louisa County Sheriff’s Office arrested Teddy Eugene Speights Jr (47) and charged him with multiple violations stemming from an intensive investigation into multiple incidents where electrical substations in Louisa County were broken into and vandalized.

 

Mr. Lane PictureWilliam E. Lane: REC
Director 1982 to 2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of REC Board member William E. Lane. William passed away Friday, March 31.

 

 

 

 

Restoration PhotoOutage Restoration Nears Completion

REC is reporting that under 450 outages remain in the wake of yesterday's severe weather event. Line crews worked around the clock to restore power to over 20,000 REC members after storms passed through the service area on Thursday, April 6.

 

 

 

Downed tree and lines pictureDamage Assessment and
Restoration Efforts Under way

Restoration efforts are under way, but with the significant damage that we are uncovering full restoration may take multiple days. REC urges its members and the public to stay safe in these hazardous conditions.

 

 

 

Man Charged After Report of Vandalism at REC Substation

Sheriff Roger L. Harris announced the arrest of Teddy Eugene Speights Jr. (47) of Louisa County, VA - charging him with Destruction of Property, Larceny and Trespassing. Teddy was detained by Louisa County Sheriff’s deputies and transported to a medical facility to be evaluated. Further charges are pending in Louisa County.

 

 

The Power of Change imageREC Members Provide
The Power of Change

Over 14,000 members of REC voluntarily participate in The Power of Change, a program where the Cooperative rounds up electric bills to the nearest whole dollar, with the extra change used to support community efforts.

 

Kent Farmer pictureFarmer Selected as
Secretary-Treasurer for National
Rural Utilities Cooperative
Finance Corporation

During its Annual Meeting in San Diego on Feb. 27, National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC) selected REC CEO and president Kent Farmer as its secretary-treasurer of the CFC Board of Directors.

 

 

 

REC member wins award
REC member receives
Unsung Virginian Award

A local retiree's volunteer community-improvement efforts, including work to improve trails within our nation's historic battlefields, has earned him a statewide honor bestowed by Virginia's electric cooperatives. REC member and Lake Wilderness resident Dorse Counts received the Unsung Virginian Award in a ceremony in Spotsylvania.

 

 

Snow PictureREC Nears Completion
of Restoration Effort

REC crews are nearing completion of their restoration effort from the effects of winter storm Stella. Over 5,500 members were without service at the height of the storm, and as of 4:30 p.m. 125 members remain without electricity.

 

 


LEARN Grant Applications
Are Now Available

REC will award $16,000 in grants to emergency service agencies, community non-profits, and educators in 2017.

 

William Alphin PictureWilliam ''Bill" Alphin:
REC Director 1976 to 2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of REC Board member William "Bill" Alphin. Bill passed away Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017.

 

 



Youth Tour PictureREC Opens
Youth Tour Applications

Picture this: a free trip to Washington D.C., meeting over 1,000 other students, a tour of Capitol Hill, meeting a congressional representative, and so much more! All of this is available through REC's Youth Tour Program and open to high school students in REC's service territory.



LEARN Scholarship PictureLet REC Help You
Pay for College

REC is now accepting applications for its 2016 LEARN (Literacy, Education, and Rural Networking) Scholarship program. To be eligible, a student must be a current high school senior and be enrolled or plan to enroll in an accredited educational or training institution.

 

 

 

REC Reduces Power Costs

As a result of a combination of efforts by Cooperatives members to reduce demand for electricity and changes in the wholesale power market, members will soon see an average bill credit of more than $5 on their monthly electric bills.


ORU photoApply for Funds
from REC's ORU

REC is excited to announce Operation Round Up funds are now available. Non-profit organizations and charities are encouraged to apply.


 

Kent Farmer PictureREC's Kent Farmer Honored
by Caroline County Chamber

Kent Farmer was recently named the 2016 Business Person of the Year by the Caroline County Chamber of Commerce. Farmer accepted the honor at the Chamber’s annual holiday gala held in Ladysmith.

 

 

 

Gift of Electricity ImageGive the Gift of
Electricity with REC

This holiday season, give your friends and loved ones the gift of electricity. REC offers gift certificates to help members during one of the most expensive times of the year.

 

 

Capital Credits imageREC Returns Over
$3 Million to Members

REC returned over $3 million in capital credits to members noted as a credit on their November electric bills.

 

The Power of Change graphicREC Members Provide
The Power of Change

Each month, over 11,000 members of REC voluntarily allow the Cooperative to round up their electric payment to the nearest dollar with the extra change donated to Operation Round Up.

 

REC Supports Local ClinicREC Supports Local Clinic

With help from a LEARN (Literacy, Education and Rural Networking) grant provided by REC, the Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley will be able to expand their Project FIRST program. The program provides free screenings for risk factors of certain chronic conditions.

 


Storm Preparation PhotoREC Monitors Weather
in Advance of Matthew

REC crews are preparing for the possibility of power outages due to Hurricane Matthew. Although the projected course has shifted direction, wind and rain are still in the forecast for Saturday.

 

 

LEARN Grant photoREC Donates to Caroline Emergency Services

With a grant from the LEARN (Literacy, Education and Rural Networking) program at REC, the Caroline County Department of Emergency Services has been able to purchase quick-clot bandages and chest seals.


Hunting pictureREC Urges Safe Hunting

Hunting season is underway, and REC has important tips for hunters to ensure their safety and the safety of others. "We want all of our members, as well as employees, to have a safe and enjoyable hunting season," said Maxie Rozell, manager of safety, security and risk management at REC.

 

Kent Farmer PictureFarmer Returns for Second
Term on National Board

At the Sept. 8 National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC) District 1 Meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan, delegates re-elected Kent Farmer to a second, three-year term on the CFC Board of Directors. Farmer is president and CEO of REC.

 

 

Tosh Bowe REC Names New Director of Procurement, Facilities Management

Bruce "Tosh" Bowe Jr. has recently been promoted to director of procurement and facilities management for REC.







 

REC CEO Kent D. Farmer speaks at the 2016 REC Annual MeetingSustaining the Success of Your
Cooperative: 2016 Annual Meeting

REC's Annual Meeting took place Aug. 11 at the Fredericksburg Conference Center. Over 6,300 Cooperative members participated either in person or by proxy. Those present received, from REC's leadership, a review of the past year, updates about the Cooperative's financial strength, and a preview of plans for the future.

 

Tips for Understanding Your BillCooperative Offers Tips
for Understanding Your Bill

July 27, 2016
With heat indexes topping 105 this week, REC wants to ensure that members understand their energy usage and how it translates to their electricity bill.

 



LEARN Grants AwardedREC's LEARN Grant Program
Awards Funds to Local Groups

July 26, 2016
REC recently awarded $16,000 in grants to emergency service agencies, non-profits and local schools. The grants are made possible through REC's LEARN (Literacy, Education, and Rural Networking) program.


REC wins communications awardsREC Recognized
for Keeping Members Informed

July 7, 2016
REC was recently recognized with national awards for communication excellence. REC has always recognized the importance of connecting with member-owners in ways to keep them educated, engaged and informed.

 

REC's 2016  Youth Tour StudentsLocal Students Discover
D.C. and Cooperatives

June 30, 2016
What do you get when you add seven students to a mix of 1,700 of their peers from across the United States? You get the National Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour! This year seven students from REC service territory were awarded this opportunity.

 

 

Casey HollinsCommunications Specialist
Receives National Recognition

June 21, 2016
Casey Hollins, REC's (REC) communications specialist, recently received national recognition from her peers at the Cooperative Communicators Association (CCA) at the CCA Institute in Omaha, Neb.

 

 

Photo: REC Crews Complete Power RestorationREC Crews Complete
Power Restoration

June 20, 2016
REC crews worked nonstop through Saturday night to restore power to more than 18,000 members who lost electric service in Thursday night's storm. By Saturday morning, that number was down to under 500. All outages were restored by about 9 p.m. Saturday evening.

 

 

REC crews work to restore power after storm.REC Continues Power
Restoration Efforts

June 17, 2016
As of 4:30 p.m.,REC crews have restored power to approximately 85 percent of the members who lost electricity during last night's powerful storms. About 1,700 members remain without electricity. More than 145 separate outage locations are yet to be repaired. Crews will continue to work around the clock in 16 hour shifts until all power is restored.

 

 

Storm Damage PhotoREC Aggressively Working
to Restore Power for Members

June 17, 2016
Damage is extensive and widespread with several broken poles and trees on the lines, throughout REC's 22-county service territory. REC's restoration efforts are well under way as crews worked through the night to repair damaged lines and equipment from the storms.



2016 LEARN Scholarship imageREC Rewards Outstanding
Student Achievement

June 13, 2016
REC recently awarded $16,000 in LEARN scholarships to recognize outstanding student achievement. "LEARN" is an acronym for Learning, Education, And Rural Networking. The scholarships are awarded to select graduating high school seniors from the communities served by REC.

 

Gaff-n-Go 2016REC Linemen Showcase Skills
at Gaff-n-Go Lineman's Rodeo

June 6, 2016
Linemen from REC participated in the 14th Annual Gaff-n-Go Lineman's Rodeo, held June 3-4 at Meadow Event Park in Doswell, Va. This event gets its name from the gaff - or metal spike - that linemen attach to their boots to assist in climbing wooden utility poles.

 

Larry AndrewsREC Names New Manager
of Administrative Services/Controller

June 1, 2016
Lawrence G. "Larry" Andrews has recently been promoted to Manager of Administrative Services/Controller for REC. Prior to assuming his new position, Andrews was director of finance and accounting. In that role, he oversaw and monitored controls, policies, and procedures to maintain the financial integrity of REC.

 



Gaff 'N' Go Rodeo Electric Linemen to Show
Skills at Gaff-n-Go Rodeo

May 31, 2016
The public can get a closer look at the skills and equipment used by electric utility linemen on June 3-4 when teams from Virginia and surrounding states compete in the 14th annual Gaff-n-Go Lineman's Rodeo and the Terex® Equipment Operator's Rodeo at the Meadow Event Park in Doswell, Virginia.



REC Earns Tree Line USA RecognitionREC Earns Distinguished
Tree Line USA Recognition

May 20, 2016
For the fourteenth consecutive year, REC has been named a Tree Line USA utility by The National Arbor Day Foundation. This national recognition of excellence has only been earned by approximately 4% of electric utilities, and only 3 in Virginia.

 

 

 

Frayed electrical cordNational Electric Safety Month

May 19, 2016
May is National Electrical Safety Month and REC is teaming up with the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) to raise awareness of potential home electrical hazards and the importance of electrical safety.

 

 

 

Get Connected 2016REC Hosts Member Appreciation Event
to Connect with Clarke and Frederick

April 20, 2016
Over 500 people attended REC's "Get Connected" night at the Clarke County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, April 19. REC hosted the event to provide its members an opportunity to interact with their Cooperative. The member-focused night featured free entertainment, family activities and food.

 

National Lineman Appreciation DayThank a Lineman on April 11

April 11, 2016
America's electric cooperatives have designated the second Monday of April as National Lineman Appreciation Day.

 

 


Operation Round UpREC Members Improve Their Communities Through ORU

March 25, 2016
Several local charities were awarded funding this month from Operation Round Up dollars, including The disAbility Resource Center of the Rappahannock Area to purchase medical equipment and Friends of the Rappahannock to support educational programs.

 

LEARN Grant Applications Available for 2016REC's LEARN Grant
application is available

March 7, 2016
REC will award $16,000 in grants to emergency service agencies, non-profits and local educators in 2016. The grants are made possible through REC's LEARN (Literacy, Education and Rural Networking) program. Completed applications must be returned to one of REC's offices or be postmarked by April 15, 2016.

 

Downed Power LinesRestoration Efforts Continue
After Devastating Storm

Feb. 25, 2016
REC crews worked through the night to restore power to more than 8,000 members who lost electricity during last night’s powerful storms. With the exception of about 300 outages in Essex - where the storms caused devastating damage - all other outages have been restored.



Essex County Storm DamageREC Crews Restoring Service

Feb. 24, 2016
Restoration efforts are underway, but with the significant damage that we are uncovering, we are expecting power will not be restored until Thursday afternoon. REC urges its members and the public to stay safe in these hazardous conditions.




Co-op Connections ProgramMembers Save $2 Million
on Prescriptions with Co-op Connections

Feb. 17, 2016
With Co-op Connections, REC members save 10 to 85 percent on prescriptions at over 60,000 participating pharmacies including CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Target and many more.




REC Wins Community Impact AwardREC CEO Kent Farmer accepts award from Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce

Feb. 3, 2016
At the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet and Gala, REC received the Chamber's Community Impact Award, given to a business or organization that expands opportunities to improve lives in the local community.


 


JonasHave You Checked On Your Heat Pump?

Jan. 25, 2016
Don't let a heat pump covered in ice or snow become the cause of your higher than normal electric bill. Do something about it now, so you don't end up paying for it later.

 





Youth TourYouth Tour Applications Now Available

Jan. 18, 2016
To participate, students must be a high school junior with a parent or guardian who is a member-owner of REC. Completed applications must contain a sample letter to an elected official.

 



 

 

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