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Hicks, Moore selected for Youth Tour

Article was added on Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Congratulations to Courtney Hicks and Eaddy Moore for being selected as this year's students to represent Santee Electric Cooperative in Washington, D.C. this summer as part of the Youth Tour.

Hicks is a junior at Georgetown High School and Moore is a junior at Carvers Bay High School.

Each year, Santee Electric Cooperative, Inc. selects two high school students to represent the co-op as delegates for the Washington Youth Tour.

In the summer before their senior year, these two lucky students join hundreds of others from across the country - all-expenses paid - to network and learn about our nation's capital. The tour is a fast-paced leadership opportunity to see what makes America tick.

Washington Youth Tour, sponsored nationally by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) and statewide by Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina (ECSC), is a jam-packed backstage pass to Washington, D.C.

It offers rising high school seniors - students currently juniors - an unforgettable leadership experience in our nation's capital. It's free!

Since 1965, the Washington Youth Tour has given more than 40,000 students nationwide the opportunity to take part in this once-in-a-lifetime experience. The program was initially implemented at the request of President Lyndon Johnson to "send youngsters to the nation's capital where they can actually see what the flag stands for and represents."




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