Every year, a Youth Tour participant is chosen to represent his or her state on the Youth Leadership Council (YLC) by his or her state delegation during the NRECA Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. Click here to view the Youth Tour page of Facebook.
The purpose of the YLC conference is to build leadership and public speaking skills, and to enhance the delegates' knowledge of the energy industry and the cooperative form of business.
Click the image to the left to view this month's digital edition of enchantment on your mobile device or in your browser window. To view your co-op back page, click here.
enchantment is the second largest publication in New Mexico. Over one quarter of the state's residents receive our monthly publication, which they get as a benefit of their membership in one of New Mexico's rural electric cooperatives.
We believe New Mexico is a great place to live. We want to share our enthusiasm with the members of New Mexico's rural electric cooperatives.
Our goal is to tell the story of the people and places that make New Mexico special. We also want to offer useful and reliable information about energy use, conservation and rural electric cooperation.
enchantment has been in continuous circulation since 1960. It is published by the New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
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enchantment (ISSN 0046-1946) is published monthly by the New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Nearly 125,000 families and businesses receive enchantment as electric cooperative members. Nonmember subscriptions are available at $8 per year, or $13 for two years.
The New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association provides legislative and educational services for the 18 cooperatives that deliver electric power to New Mexico's rural areas and small communities. Each cooperative has a representative on the association's board of directors, which controls the editorial content and advertising policy of enchantment through its Publications Committee.
OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS: President: Charles Pinson, Artesia, representing Central Valley Electric Cooperative. Vice President: George Biel, Elephant Butte, representing Sierra Electric Cooperative. Secretary/Treasurer: Jerry Smith, Taos, representing Kit Carson Electric Cooperative.
MEMBERS OF THE PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE: William C. Miller Jr., representing Columbus Electric Cooperative; Lance Adkins, Clovis, representing Farmers' Electric Cooperative; Johnny E. Jaramillo, Espaņola, representing Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative; Virginia Mondragon, Mora, Mora San-Miguel Electric Cooperative; and Josheph Herrera, representing Socorro Electric Cooperative.
For more information on the New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association, visit www.nmelectric.coop.