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Seventy-Fifth Anniversary 1938-2013 June, 2013


75 75th Annual Meeting Celebrating 75 years of service, Harmon Electric Association held its 75th Annual


Meeting on April 5th. Approximately 100 members and guests attended the Annual Meeting.


Around 50 people took advantage of the Health Fair that was sponsored by Jackson County Memorial Hospital. The Child ID Program was also conducted during the Annual Meeting with fi ngerprints of 63 kindergarten children being recorded. This is the twenty-fi rst consecutive year that HEA, along with the Hollis Police Department and the Harmon County Sheriff Department have given parents an opportunity to obtain a permanent record of their child’s fi ngerprints. The Hollis All Sports provided attending members and guests the opportunity to


purchase a “burger bag”. Harmon Electric employees and Hollis All Sports volunteers prepared and served the burgers. All proceeds went to the Hollis All Sports. The welcome and opening remarks were given by Burk Bullington, President of


the Board of Trustees. Charles Paxton, General Manager, introduced the guests, Board Members, and employees. Mr. Paxton then brought the membership up to date on the current issues facing HEA. 592900


Nolynn Moreau of Mangum discussed his experience of attending the 2012 Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. He said that it was a great experience and thanked the membership for making it possible to attend. Portraying Franklin D. Roosevelt, Sid Sperry, Director of Public Relations & Communications of OAEC, spoke on the establishment of the Rural Electrifi cation Administration and how diffi cult life was before electricity came to the rural areas. At this time the business session was held. Due to a quorum not being present, there was not an election held in districts 3 and 7. The seats remained vacant at that time.


After the Annual Meeting the Board of Trustees held their reorganization meeting at which time Lee Sparkman was appointed as board member for district 3 and J. R. Conley was appointed as board member for district 7. Burk Bullington representing district 5 remained president, Jean Pence representing district 6 remained vice-president, Jim Reeves representing district 2 was elected as secretary-treasurer and Bob Allen representing district 4 was elected assistant secretary-treasurer.


In This Issue:


75th Annual Meeting........................................................................ 1 From the Desk of Charles Paxton .................................................. 2 Thank You Notes...............................................................................2 FilterChange.com ............................................................................ 2


75th Annual Meeting Prize List....................................................... 3 Classifi ed Ads .................................................................................. 4 Recipe - Banana, Chocolate & Graham Cracker Truffl e ............... 4 Hidden Account Number Worth $50.00 ......................................... 4


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