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Organizations Must Present OFFICIAL REGISTRATION FORM


In order to be included in the Annual Meeting quorum count and to be eligible to vote, all commercial accounts, schools, churches, public buildings, and towns holding a membership with Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative, must present an ORGANIZATION CERTIFICATE. Such organizations are encouraged to use the accompanying registration form. This form indicates the


bearer to be the official voting representative of the organization. The form must be completed in full and presented by the bearer at the time of registration at Annual Meeting.


(Corporate Seal)


Organization Certificate


BE IT RESOLVED THAT ______________________________________________ who is a member or officer of said organization, is hereby designated the official representative by


(Person’s name typed or written in ink) (Name of organization)


_______________________________________________________________ to vote at the Annual Meeting of Members of Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., to be held October 15, 2011 and any adjournments thereof held within thirty (30) days of said date, on all matters which at said meeting of members may properly come before them; to action of said representative and all that he or she may do in this behalf is hereby ratified and confirmed as the act of


(Name of organization)


(President)


(Secretary)


ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULE OF EVENTS


Saturday, October 15, 2011 Bartlesville Community Center 300 Southeast Adams Blvd.


9:00 a.m. 


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 9:00 - 10:45


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10:30 - 12:00


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11:00


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PROFILE Ronn Badertscher


Oklahoma Firefighters Burn Camp


For five days each summer Ronn Bad- ertscher works with some very beautiful people. He serves as a counselor at the Oklahoma Firefighters Burn Camp. Held at Dry Gulch, USA, northeast of


Pryor, the camp is aimed at young people who have suffered any type of a variety of debilitating physical injuries. Kids from 5 to 16 years old enjoy arts and crafts, horse- back riding, swimming, bumper cars, mov- ies, Karaoke, fishing on Lake Hudson, and a trip to a nearby wild animal sanctuary. Ronn, VVEC’s meter tester and a


volunteer fire fighter with the Collinsville Rural Fire Department, has been a burn camp counselor for nine of the camp’s 12 years. The camp has one counselor for each camper, and Ronn also works with the junior counselors. “These people are very inspirational


people,” he says. “They fight their disabilities everyday. Burn Camp gives them the oppor- tunity to be themselves. Here, no one looks


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“Beauty is how you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical.”


Sophia Loren


at them like they’re any different; they’re just normal kids.” Ronn feels he benefits from the camp too.


“Working with these kids makes me count my own blessings.”


Seeing their inner beauty reflected in his eyes makes him a friend as well as a counselor.


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