Jacob Lof chosen for Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in D.C.

Jacob Lof
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Jacob Lof, the son of Dustin and Shelley Lof of Park Rapids, was selected as Itasca Mantrap’s Youth Tour representative. Lof was one of 1,239 high school students from across the country who participated in the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour June 14-19 in Washington, D.C. Itasca-Mantrap Cooperative covered all of the expenses.

Students on the tour learned about electric cooperatives and political history. They also saw American government in action and toured famous historical monuments.

Lof was selected based on his personal achievements and community involvement. He is involved in the Park Rapids Business Professionals of America, trap team, Boy Scouts, band, scuba diving and student council.


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