Daylee Hanson.tiff

In June 2020, Daylee Hanson will embark on a trip of a lifetime. It may sound like a cliché but it truly is an opportunity that our youth should take advantage of. Students were asked to write an essay on how electricity can be used to save and improve lives, especially in developing nations. Daylee’s concern for those with no source of electricity is the efficiency of work which also would affect the economy. Lack of heating, cooling and medical care are also items that Daylee listed could even lead to loss of life. She feels that “Electricity can grow a community through the economy and through industry, primarily in developing nations.”

Daylee is the daughter of Kristopher and Meghann Hanson of Baker, MT. We are very pleased that Daylee will be representing Southeast Electric Cooperative Members in Washington DC.

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