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Tuesday August 4th, 2015 2:01PM

JEMC looking for young leaders looking for a 'trip of a lifetime'

By Ken Stanford Reporter
JEFFERSON - Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (JEMC) is seeking applicants and will send four student delegates on an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., June 12-19 for the 2014 Washington Youth Tour (WYT). Interested applicants should contact their school counselor or guidance department.<br /> <br /> All of the details, an application and FAQs are available from high school counselors or on the cooperative's website at www.jacksonemc.com/wyt.
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