• Nov052015

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    Randolph Electric Membership Corporation will send one student to Washington, D.C. next summer for an-all-expense paid trip the week of June 11-17, 2016To be eligible, a student must be current sophomore or junior in high school. While in Washington, D.C., the REMC delegate joins other electric cooperative representatives from throughout the United States for a week of fun and learning. Here is a glance of what experiences students participate in during Youth Tour:


    • Participate in Youth Day, where students learn more about America's electric cooperatives;
    • Lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery;
    • Visit Capitol Hill and meet with our North Carolina Senators and Congressmen;
    • Visit the sites of Washington, D.C. including the monuments;
    • Vist the Smithsonian museums
    • Take a boat trip down the Potomac River
    • Visit the Newseum  
    • Visit the Holocaust Museum
    • Attend an All States Dance.


    Please share this information with your students, church friends or anyone who may be interested in the program. More information on the tour along with applications are available at www.RandolphEMC.com. Completed applications are due by December 8th, 2015. For additional questions, please contact Lauren Ingold at 336-625-5177 ext. 2338 or at Lauren.Ingold@RandolphEMC.com.

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