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REC Day


members between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. at the south end of the civic center. A fee may apply to cover the cost of certain tests. T ose participating in the blood draw are advised to not eat anything aſt er midnight on September 21. As cooperative shareholders, REC members have


Fresh donuts will be plentiful!


of former REC Day headliners, Shawn Howe and Mon- te Gaylord, are set to open for Allsup, starting at 9 a.m. A trade show on the fl oor of the civic center will


feature displays from local organizations, various co- operative products and services, and some good deals from cooperative subsidiary enterprises. Members are invited to browse the arts & craſt s booths outside on the south end of civic center parking lot, where ven- dors are sure to have a variety of interesting items for sale.


New this year for younger co-op members is


an outdoor kidzone complete with numerous game booths and prizes. T e kidzone will be located under a big big tent in the northeast corner of the civic center parking lot. Craig General Hospital will once again off er


valuable health screenings available to co-op members during REC Day. Health checks are available to co-op


a unique opportunity to have a voice in the direction of the cooperative. T ey can do this by voting in the general election. Five individuals will be vying for three seats on the board of trustees. T e individuals whose names will appear on the 2013 ballot include: incum- bent Benny Seabourn and challenger Ronnie Lane from District 2, incumbent Jim Wade and challenger Larry Holloway from District 7, and incumbent Jack Caudill from District 9.


Members receive information on payment options at REC Day. A very special stroll down memory lane awaits co-


operative members who remember life without conve- niences aff orded by electricity. A display sponsored by Har-Ber Village of vintage pre-electricity items, aptly named “Diamond Refl ections,” will be the centerpiece of the 75th REC Day. “We realize that we have members out there who


Vinita Rotary cooks for the crowd at REC Day 2012.


have been with us every step of the way. T ey’ve been here from day one—when the lights fi rst came on,” said Due. “T e Diamond Refl ections collection is a tribute to them. T is visual experience will give our younger members a small glimpse at life before electricity. It will aff ord many of us a deeper appreciation for those who endured the hardships that existed before this conve- nience.”


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