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August 2011 Supplement to Oklahoma Living Come Join the Fun!


Annual Meeting Offers the Privilege of Co-op Ownership, Good Food, Entertainment and lots of Prizes


A fun day is on order for members attending Northfork Electric’s 72nd annual meeting.


The meeting will be held in the Sayre Municipal Park Saturday,


August 20. The park is located one mile south of town. Should there be bad weather, we will hold the meeting at the Sayre School Auditorium. Registration begins at 9 a.m. All members registering their atten- dance will receive a NFEC ball cap and a knife as registration gifts. At 10 a.m. we’ll draw the name of the lucky person who will win our grand prize. But we’ll keep that name a secret until the end of the meeting when we announce the identity of the winner. Entertainment this year is Roy Lee Scott, the Flying Cowboy, who performs at 9:30.


At 10 a.m., the business portion of the meeting opens, and called to order by Jimmy Taylor, president of your board of trustees. Elections for trustee positions in districts 4, 5, and 6 will be held during the business session also. Chris Meyers, CEO of the Oklahoma Association of Electric Coop- eratives is the featured speaker this year. Toward the end of the business session, we will draw for several prizes and award $50 to the oldest member present. At noon, everyone will enjoy a delicious 9077-004 barbecue lunch provided by Dyer’s, who is an annual meeting favorite. For our younger set, we have made arrangements for them to spend the morning cooling off in the pool at the park or playing miniature golf, free of charge.


“Our employees have been planning this meeting for the past year, and I’m certain our members are going to find it informative and fun,” says Scott Copeland, NFEC general manager. “We always look for- warding to visiting with our members and participating in the coopera- tive form of business.”


Roy Lee Scott ‘The Flying Cowboy’


Roy Lee Scott is a singer song- writer who truly believes in the power of a story with music. He has been playing in a cover band in Oklahoma for over 25 years focusing on good two- steppin’’ music. He has become a fairly skilled bass player which has been a big asset because sing- ing bass players are hard to come by in a lot of areas.


Roy Lee is also a commercial spray pilot/crop duster with over 15,000 hours flight time. That’s how he came to be known as “The Flying Cowboy.” Roy Lee has recorded two


albums. The first, released in 2003, was titled “Roy Lee Scott - The Flying Cowboy” which has a unique video featuring him and his airplane. In April 2008 he released a new CD titled “Let’s go Parkin’.” Of the 25 songs he has recorded, Roy Lee wrote 21 of the tracks.


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