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San Isabel Electric Association, Inc. Member is Recognized in National Contest
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#WhoPowersYou! Contest Winner, Lori O. Lara, with San Isabel Electric Board President, Debbie Rose, after being interviewed for the Touchstone Energy documentary film.
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Pueblo West, CO Lori O. Lara, Beulah resident, and San Isabel Electric Member, was recently recognized as a top ten finalist in the Nationwide, Touchstone Energy #WhoPowersYou! Contest, the first of its kind. Touchstone Energy, a National cooperative branding network, wanted to create a campaign that gave faces and voices to the Members of rural electric cooperatives to illustrate the good the cooperatives do in their communities and in turn, how that motivates individuals, like Lori, to make a positive impact in her community. On Wednesday, June 21, a film crew from Touchstone Energy came to Beulah to interview Lori and her local representative, Board President, Debbie Rose, for a documentary film highlighting the most impactful stories from contest winners. Lori was chosen for this production.

Lori is being recognized as a leader of her household who empowers her family. She has taught K-8th grades for fifteen years and shown love and encouragement to every student shes encountered. She has a strong passion for the arts which has influenced her teaching style and motivated students to pursue their wildest dreams. She serves on the Beulah Educational Support Team, the Booster Club and the Beulah Valley Arts Council. She also serves on other community boards, including one supporting non-profit Adult Education, and one through the Beulah School, that supports students fighting against alcohol and drug addiction. She works hard to ensure every student is seen, heard, and is made to feel worthy and valuable. Her husband quotes, I think she powers one of the most important grids in our valley- the children.

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