Freeborn-Mower Cooperative Services sponsors student competition for all expense paid trip to Washington, D.C.
For Immediate Release January 4, 2013
For more information contact:
Dawn Schroeder, Office Support Specialist
507-373-6421 Ext. 3104
Freeborn-Mower Cooperative Services sponsors student competition for
all expense paid trip to Washington, D.C.
Freeborn-Mower Cooperative Services’ (FMCS) Annual Youth Tour Competition is in full swing, attracting participation from 11th graders living in the FMCS service territory.
Eligible students from area schools lying within the FMCS service territory are invited to write a 500 word essay on this topic. Describe the cooperative business model. Give examples of why this model works for your electric cooperative and the members that it serves. A panel of outside judges has been selected and will review the essays and completed application forms.
Participants and family members will be invited to attend a banquet on March 19th where they will meet with the judges. One winner will be announced that evening. Students must be present to be eligible.
Cooperatives throughout the United States participate in the event, and the local winners will join their counterparts from coast-to-coast in Washington, D.C. from June 15 – 20, 2013.
To review photos and videos, check out NRECA’s website at http://youthtour.coop.
TIME IS RUNNING SHORT: DEADLINE FOR THIS EXCITING EVENT IS
MARCH 8, 2013.
APPLICANTS MUST BE MEMBERS OF
FREEBORN-MOWER COOPERATIVE SERVICES.
For application packet and details regarding this contest, students and/or parents may contact Dawn Schroeder at FMCS (507)373-6421 or 1-800-734-6421 x3104 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can also be found at www.fmcs.coop.
Freeborn Mower Cooperative Services is a member-owned and member-controlled electric cooperative celebrating 75 years of delivering retail electric power and energy solutions to its nearly 6,000 member-owners in Freeborn and Mower Counties. We are a Touchstone Energy® cooperative and a member-owner in the Dairyland Power system of electric cooperatives that generates and transmits reliable electric power in 62 counties of four states (Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois).