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Enjoy Music At Your Co-op Annual Meeting


Members who attend the upcoming Kiwash Electric Annual Meeting on August 11, will enjoy music from two talented Oklahoma families.


Music from the Dunford Family will kick off the event at 4:30 pm. The Enid family blends music with ministry for the perfect family entertainment. Immediately following their performance, the singing trio of sisters, known professionally as Threefold Chord, takes the stage at the Cordell High School Auditorium.


Sisters Kallie (15), Kaycie (13), and Kambrie (11) Swaim began their singing careers at the ages of 5,3, and 2, performing for and ministering to a church nursery worker as she was battling cancer. While the trio have opened for Southern Gospel quartets such as Brian Free and Assurance, The Perrys, and Legacy Five, and performed at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN this past July, they say their hearts are most joyful when singing and ministering at nursing homes, the Veteran’s Center in Clinton, and at churches across western Oklahoma.


In recent years the sisters have added instruments to their performance. Kallie plays the piano, Kaycie plays the violin, and Kambrie rounds out the group with her mandolin. Their performances consist of singing accompanied with their instruments, a capella singing and songs accompanied by a soundtrack.


Kallie, Kaycie, and Kambrie are home schooled and are the daughters of Richard and Timmie Dee Swaim of Weatherford, OK and the granddaughters of Jim and Nancy Young, also of Weatherford, and Robert and Ruth Ann Swaim of Watonga, OK.


Please make plans to attend your Kiwash Electric Annual Meeting and catch these talented Oklahoma families doing what they do best—playing music. Bring your family, enjoy a free meal and meet your cooperative board members, employees and staff.


Kiwash Electric Cooperative, Inc.


75th Annual Meeting AGENDA


Monday, August 11, 2014


4:30-6:30 p.m. Meal Served at Washita County Activity Center Entertainment by the Dunford Family


6:30 p.m. 7:15


Entertainment – Threefold Chord


Welcome – Mr.Jack Sawatzky, President of the Board Invocation – Pat Garling, Bessie Peace Lutheran Church Introduction of Guests - Mr.Dennis Krueger,General Manager Action.coop - Video and Discussion on EPA fight for affordable electricity rates - www.Action.coop - Dennis Krueger,Manager COPA/ACRE - Video and Discussion on “Co-op Owners for Political Action” (COPA) campaign – Chris Myers,CEO of OAEC Business Meeting – Mr. Jack Sawatzky, Kiwash President


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Call to Order Introduction of Board Members


Request from the Secretary/Treasurer as to a Quorum Notice of Meeting and Business Agenda:


1. Request for a motion with second to consider and vote on the approval of the Notice of Meeting and Affidavit of Mailing as they appeared in the August edition of the monthly newsletter, Kilowatt.


2. Request for a motion with second to consider and vote on the approval of the 2013 Annual Meeting Minutes as it appeared in the August edition of the monthly newsletter, Kilowatt.


3. Request for a motion with second to consider and vote on the approval of the 2013 Financial Statement as it appeared in the August edition of the monthly newsletter, Kilowatt.


4. State the results of the District Meeting Elections for the Board of Directors in District numbers 2and 6.


5.Motion to Adjourn the Business Portion of the meeting


Youth Tour Moment - Lisa Willard,Director of Communications Annual Meeting Drawings -


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Kid’s Prize Drawings – (2) Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 COPA/ACREDrawing ($250 Credit on your electric bill) Action.coop Drawing - ($250 Credit on your electric bill)


Cash Prize Drawings - (1) $250 and (1) $125 and (1) $50 prize winner Per District


Grand Prize Drawing - (1) $500 and (1) $250 Winner Adjournment


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