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4 DISTRICT NEWS
   There was a great amount of discussion over the summer and early in the Nebraska football season about the work that the football players performed in the offseason under the guidance of the strength conditioning coach. The Nebraska volleyball and men’s basketball teams participated in overseas trips during the summer to provide the student athletes with educational experiences and the opportunity to play games against overseas competition. The time and effort put forth by these student athletes in the offseason is
done with a passion for improving their opportunities for success in their upcoming seasons. The commitment made by these student athletes is impressive.
I am equally impressed with the commitment and knowledge of the State Senators and their Legislative Aides that represent Norris Public Power District customers. These leaders demonstrated a desire to obtain a better understanding of electric utility operations along with opportunities and challenges facing public power districts
   during their visit to Norris in August 2019.
Norris hosted State Senators
 From left: Mary Jacobsen – Legislative Aide representing Senator Suzanne
Geist, District 25; Tyler Mahood – Legislative Aide representing Senator Mark Kolterman, District 24; James Dukesherer – Nebraska Rural Electric Association (NREA) – Assistant Director of Government Relations and Grassroots Coordinator; and Jerry Enns - Norris Manager of Engineering shows various causes of outages.
Tom
and
Dorn Legislative Aides Mary Jacobsen from Senator Suzanne Geist’s office and Tyler Mahood from Senator Mark Kolterman’s
Brandt Myron and
Preparation in the Offseason Leads to Success and Informed Decisions
Bruce Vitosh
General Manager & CEO
 These leaders demonstrated a desire to obtain a better understanding of electric utility operations along with opportunities and challenges facing public power districts.
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