Youth Tour


June 14 - 21, 2019

Application Deadline:  February 1, 2019

Hard copy applications may be dropped off at the CEC office, faxed, emailed or postmarked by the deadline.

(xxx) xxx-xxx
List scholastic activities that you have participated in for school or in your community, any special awards or honors you have received or offices you have held. Be sure to include dates of participation.
Write a letter to an elected official about an important issue you are interested in and attach it to this application. This letter should be no more than one page in length. You may choose to write in favor of or against this issue. The topic for the letter may be of local, state or national interest. And depending on the topic, the letter should be addressed to your representative on your county board of supervisors, to Richmond to your General Assembly members or to Washington, D.C. to your members of Congress.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png.
Attach a letter from an adult who is a school, community, or church leader. This person should not be your parent, guardian, or other relative. Reference should include the following information: How have you become acquainted with the student? How long have you known this student? Why do you feel this student would be a valuable representative on the Washington, D.C. Youth Tour?
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png.

Electrical Safety Checklist

Electrical Safety Quiz

Storm Center

Be Prepared for Storms!

Storm Checklist

To report an outage, call YOUR CO-OP at 1-8XX-XXX-XXXX or submit an outage report.

If your lights go off during a storm, be prepared for the power outage. Assemble supplies to have on hand rather than rushing around when the storm is coming and waiting in long lines fo rmilk or bread. Rotate your supplies to keep them fresh and use the following checklist to prepare for power outages:


At your Touchstone Energy cooperative, member safety is important to us. Below are some links to important safety information to help keep you and your family safe,

Power Line Safety

Accidentally contacting a power line can be dangerous and in some cases, even deadly. Your Touchstone Energy cooperative wants to help our members stay safe around power lines.