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Vol. 65 Number 3


orthwestern Electric has scheduled three board member elections for February. The districts are seven, eight and nine and are highlighted on the map pictured below.


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Huckaby, will meet at the First Baptist Church in Buffalo on Tuesday, Feb. 18. The District 8 meeting is Monday evening, Feb. 24, at the Buffalo High School auditorium. Dean Stone is the current director. Gil Perkins has set the District 9 meeting for Monday, Feb. 17, at the Victory School south of Logan.


According to Tyson Littau, Northwestern’s CEO, Huckaby and Perkins plan to file for re-election. Stone has announced he is not seeking another term on the board. The portion of the Bylaws pertaining to director nominations and elections was published in the December 2013 Northwestern Electric News. Interested candidates should contact


MOCAINE KNOWLES CLEARLAKE 9


Board District Map 1. Kenny Knowles 2. Clair Craighead 3. Duane Henderson 4. John Bruce, Jr. 5. Ray Smith 6. Wayne Hall 7. Lee Huckaby 8. Dean Stone 9. Gilbert Perkins


GATE ROSSTON DOBY LAVERNE District 7, represented by Lee Lee Huckaby Dean Stone 8


SPRINGS PARK


SELMAN 7 MAY FT. SUPPLY CATESBY GAGE SHATTUCK ARNETT HARMON VICI CAMARGO LENORA 5 1 2 FARGO WOODWARD TANGIER SHARON 4


BOILING SPRINGS


QUINLAN MOORELAND CEDARDALE MUTUAL CHESTER RICHMOND District 8


Meal at 6 p.m. - Meeting at 6:30 p.m. Buffalo High School Auditorium


District 9


Meal at 6 p.m. - Meeting at 6:30 p.m. Victory School south of Logan


Monday, Feb. 17, 2014 Monday, Feb. 24, 2014 6 3 HEMAN


Tyson Littau or Rhonda McMakin at the Woodward office for complete details on filing. The filing period is open during the month of January. To announce their intentions to run in the February newsletter, candidates need to contact NWEC before Jan. 8. Lee Huckaby and his wife, Edith, live in the Selman area. He designs heating and air conditioning systems for a wholesale distributor and works for Harper County District 3. Lee is seeking his eighth term as director for District 7.


BUFFALO Gil Perkins


Dean Stone is a retired lineman. He is stepping down from the board after serving four terms as director for District 8.


Gil Perkins is a U.S. Mail carrier. He and his wife, Mary, farm in the Gate area. Gil is looking to serve a sixth term as director for District 9. The purpose of the meetings is to elect a director to serve a three-year term on the board of Northwestern Electric and report on information concerning the operations of the business. The meetings are also an excellent time for members to ask questions since several staff members and directors will be present. Each of the meetings begin with a meal at 6 p.m., followed by the busi- ness meeting at 6:30. The three dis- trict meetings and their locations are:


District 7


Meal at 6 p.m. - Meeting at 6:30 p.m. First Baptist Church, Buffalo


Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014


News orthwestern Electric January 2014 NWEC schedules board elections for February


Inside


Storm preparations ......2 Stone retires..................3 Recipe............................3 Cash for college............4 Youth contests..............4


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