Morgan County Rural Electric Association will hold its 80th Annual Meeting on Saturday, March 18, 2017, at Fort Morgan High School. All members of the electric cooperative are invited and encouraged to attend. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. for registration and a complimentary lunch will be served. The business meeting begins promptly at 12:30 p.m. Attendees are asked to enter through the upper gymnasium doors off the parking lot.

Features of the annual meeting of members will include information about the state of the cooperative and election of directors. Current board members Tim Peggram from District One and David Arndt from District Two are running unopposed and will be seeking renewed three-year terms. Terry R. Linker is the lone petitioner from District Three, and will also be seeking a three-year term.

Reports will be given at the annual meeting by Board President Randy Graff; Tri-State Generation and Transmission Senior Vice President/CFO Pat Bridges; Colorado Rural Electric Association Executive Director Kent Singer; Board Treasurer Tim Peggram and Manager of Office Services Robb Shaver; National Cooperative Youth Tour and Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp delegates Nicole Doll and Hannah Johnson; and MCREA General Manager David Frick. The 2017 Morgan County REA scholarship recipients will also be recognized prior to the business meeting.

Vendors, along with MCREA staff and employees, will be on hand before the meeting to answer questions and provide information on a wide assortment of programs and services.

A variety of door prizes will provide incentive for attending the annual meeting. An Annual Meeting prize drawing of $250 will be awarded from the registered members at the meeting. The Grand Prize of $1,000 will be drawn from the total membership, and awarded providing the member drawn is in attendance.

Organized in 1937, Morgan County Rural Electric Association is a not-for-profit electric cooperative owned by their members – the people they serve. The cooperative strives to provide goods and services that enhance the quality of life in rural America.

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