The Frontier Power Company participates in many projects involving the youth of our area.
Supporting our schools, we offer to come into the classroom and educate students about Frontier Power and how electricity is made and travels into homes. We also host a cook out for the last day of school at River View Jr. High - our "Adopt A School", and have educational and safety seminars for groups of students participating in field trips from the school.
Programs are offered to area 4-H clubs for safety meetings and energy meetings. Frontier Power also helps with the area 4-H Kickoff held in April of each year and directs the "Lamps at Camp" project at 4-H Camp each year. Frontier Power also supports youth involved with 4-H and FFA by purchasing livestock at the Tuscarawas and Coshocton County Fair.
Scholarships are offered to qualifying students and a Youth Tour to Washington DC is available.
The below links will be updated for 2019 after the first of the year, and are currently here for informational purposes only.
Children of Members Scholarship Application - Deadline to turn in application to Frontier Power for 2019 will be in February 2019.
Youth Tour Application - Deadline to turn in application to Frontier Power for 2019 will be in February 2019.
For more information about the Cooperative Youth Tour please click on the icon on the left.
2018 Scholarship Winners
Girls Division: 1st Place – Allie McCoy, River View High School, daughter of Kevin & Amy McCoy
Allie also placed 7th in Statewide competition earning additional scholarship monies!
2nd Place - Amber Mourer, Ridgewood High School, daughter of Charles & Amy Mourer
Boys Division: 1st Place - Christian Stark, Indian Valley High School, son of Duke & Polly Stark
2nd Place - Caden Sauerbrey, Tri-Valley High School, son of Wade & Letitia Sauerbrey
2018 Youth Tour Winners
Emma Anderson, River View HS, daughter of Tim & Beth Anderson
Andrew Martin, River View HS, son of Steve & Jackie Martin