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Annual Meeting Returns to Claremore Members can Register their Attendance Electronically and Save Time!


Great grand prize, registration gifts


and a whole lot of door prizes, popular entertainer, delicious free food – we are planning another fun annual meeting for you!


This year’s annual meeting will be


Saturday, October 19 and we are re- turning to the Robson Performing Arts Center in Claremore. It is located at 101 E. Roosa St., near the Claremore High School campus. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and con-


tinues until 11 a.m. We will be register- ing members in a new way this year. We will use hand-held scanners to read a specific barcode on members’ bills. In- formation in the barcode will tell us the member’s capital credit number, account number and board district. But the most important aspect of uti-


lizing this technology is members won’t have to stand in line to register anymore. “It takes just a second for the scan-


ners to read the barcode and register the member,” says Kay Rabbitt-Brower, annual meeting coordinator. “The barcode registers each member’s attendance and enters them in the prize drawings. “We are asking members to bring the


top portion of their electric bill with them, but we will still be able to register them electronically if they don’t have their bill.” For those wanting to be some of the


first to register, there will be free coffee and donuts available at 9 a.m. Registration gifts this year are a VVEC


cap and a blue gusseted organizer, which can be used in a home office for record keeping, or a car trunk for light grocer- ies, etc. A favorite with VVEC members, popular Country and Western singer Paul Bogart will take the stage at 9 a.m. He will entertain the crowd until 10:45. Paul will be available after the meeting for members who want to visit with him or buy his CDs. A free light lunch of hot dogs with all


the trimmings, chips and cold soft drinks will be served from 10:30 until noon. At 11 a.m. the business session opens. VVEC trustees will conduct the meeting until it’s conclusion when the popular prize drawings begin. A large number of great gifts such as


electric appliances, power tools, and elec- tronics are going to be awarded. Three members in each of the co-op’s


RECIPE Chicken Parmesan Pizza


1 10-oz. pkg. frozen garlic bread loaf 1/2 cup canned pizza sauce 6 deli-fried chicken strips


1 (4-oz.) cup shredded Italian three-cheese blend 2 Tbsp. chopped fresh basil


Preheat oven to 400. Arrange garlic bread, buttered sides up, on a baking sheet. Bake at 400 for 8 to 9 minutes or until basil is lightly browned. Spread pizza sauce over garlic bread.


Cut chicken strips into 1/2-inch pieces, and arrange over pizza sauce. Sprinkle with cheese and basil.


Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until cheese melts. Serve immediately. 4 September 2013 VVEC Power Circuit Bring Your Electric Bill to Annual Meeting!


Members who bring their bill with them to annual meeting for elec- tronic registration will be eligible for one of three $50 bill credits!


nine districts will win a $50 credit to their electric bills. One lucky member will win the grand prize – a $500 credit to his or her monthly electric bill. “Annual meeting is a highlight of our


year,” says VVEC General Manager Alice Houston. “We strive to make it both en- joyable and informative for the member- ship. We want them to enjoy the privilege of cooperative membership, while visiting with their trustees, neighbors, and co- op employees, and learning about our programs and services. We hope many of them chose to spend their Saturday morn- ing with us.”


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