Madisyn Jordan, the student Wake Electric sent to the Woflpack Women’s Basketball Camp last summer, was honored during the N.C. State University women’s basketball game on Sunday, Feb. 11.   All camp attendees were honored for winning a Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarship to the program.

Madisyn, a student at Leroy Martin GT Middle School in Raleigh, was recognized at half court during the Wolfpack Women’s basketball game against UNC. Twenty-six scholarships are awarded to young women across the state annually by North Carolina’s Touchstone Energy cooperatives, along with 26 scholarships for young men to attend the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Madisyn and her family received free tickets to the basketball game and attended a pre-game luncheon, where each camper was awarded a certificate of accomplishment. North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives also presented a check for $16,226 in support of next year’s scholarships to the Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp during the game.

More information and the 2018 application are available at