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  • Channels Have Moved
  • Winner, Winner Turkey Dinner
  • Business Spotlight: Whiteside Museum of Natural History
  • Recipe: Chicken Pot Pie
  • Tech Tip


 

In This Issue:

  • Techno Tip
  • Santa Rosa Recognizes Employees at Awards Banquet
  • Business Spotlight: The Dairy Bar
  • Recipe: Crockpot Chicken and Vegetables


 

In This Issue:

  • 2016 SRTC Scholarship Winners
  • 65th Annual Membership Meeting and Celebration
  • Business Spotlight: Blossom's Boutique
  • Recipe: Vegetable Bars
  • Board Member Welcome: Jay Culley


 

In This Issue:

  • Techno Tip
  • Electronic Device Insurance
  • Business Spotlight: KSEY RadioO
  • Recipe: Tortilla Soup
  • SRTC Directory Photo Contest Guidelines
  • February Promotion


 

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  • SRTC TV Pricing Makes It Easier
  • To Understand the Impact of Programming Fees
  • On Your Monthly Cable TV Rate
  • Business Spotlight: Kaleidoscope
  • Recipe: Bankston Cake
  • Techno Tips For Summer


 

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  • Business Spotlight: Snyder Steel & Hardware
  • Recipe: Lemony Crisps
  • National Cooperative Month Celebrations
  • Techno Tip: Dropbox


 

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  • Techno Tip
  • Business Spotlight – Ernie’s River Mill
  • SRTC Announces Winner in National College
  • Scholarship Program for Rural Youth
  • Recipe - Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes
  • Splash Into Summer Savings

Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative Announces Winner in National College Scholarship Program for Rural Youth

May, 2 2014 - Vernon TX -Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative is pleased to announce that Lyndon Baty of Knox City is the recipient of a $2,500 college scholarship from Santa Rosa Telephone and the Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) the philanthropic arm of NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association.

The FRS scholarship program awarded over $98,000 in scholarships to rural youth across the United States. Out of over 1,500 applications received this year, thirty six scholarships were awarded.  The goal of the scholarship program is to help further higher education opportunities among rural high school students.  Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative strongly supports the youth of our community and is thrilled to sponsor this worthy program. 

Scholarship recipients were selected by an independent team of reviewers from the education field. To be eligible, recipients must be sponsored by a NTCA member system, and must indicate a desire to return to their rural communities once their collegiate studies have been completed. 

“We are thrilled to offer this program, with the goal of leveling the playing field for rural students who often face financial obstacles in their pursuit of higher education,” said Kirk Petty, General Manager.  “The FRS scholarship program enables rural telecommunications providers to show their support of the youth living in the communities they serve.  It is a source of tremendous pride for us and for the entire community of Knox City.”

The scholarship program is open to all graduating high school seniors that receive local telecommunications service from Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited two-year or four-year college or university, or vocational technical school, and have at least a C-grade point average. 


 

In This Issue:

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  • Long Time Board of Director Passed Away
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  • School Supply Drive
  • Recipe - Cranberry Salsa
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