This Christmas, 65 families in the remote village of Chiis, Guatemala are enjoying the gift of electricityfor the first time – thanks to Oklahoma’s electric cooperatives and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s philanthropic arm, NRECA International.
Recently, electric cooperatives of Oklahoma sent 13 volunteer linemen, engineers and electricians, including ECE lineman Jason Childress, to build powerlines and wire homes in a poverty-stricken village in northwestern Guatemala.
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