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Youth Tour winners headed to the capital

JNEC selected two area high school juniors to participate in the June 2016 Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.

Selected for the trip were Alyssa Cody, District 2, Deweyville High School and Mikah Boyd, District 4, Kirbyville High School.  The winners were announced April 21 at the JNEC Annual Meeting at JNEC Headquarters in Kirbyville.  JNEC board members along with management joined parents and families honoring the students. 

The Washington, D.C., Youth Tour is organized by the National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association.   Once in Washington, D.C., students will join about 1,500 other Youth Tour representatives from across the country and spend one week learning about government, history and the role of cooperatives.

Brown, Smith and Clotiaux re-elected as JNEC trustees

JNEC incumbent trustees Pat Brown, District 2; James Smith, District 5; and Reagan Clotiaux, District 8, were re-elected.  The results of the mail election were announced at JNEC’s annual meeting, April 21. 

There are nine trustees on JNEC’s board, and every year three of those seats are up for election. 


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