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ANNUAL Meeting


ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL


MEETING IN THE BOOKS


By Brianna Wall T e 2,387 members and their


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guests—a total of more than 6,300 people—who attended this year’s Annual Meeting Aug. 8 enjoyed an evening of great entertainment, food, family fun and lots of prizes. Surveys indicated the Annual Meeting, like every year, was a success. Members from all nine board


districts made their way to the Lloyd Noble Center for the annual barbecue dinner and prize giveaway. Kicked off by OEC District Lineman Danny Watters and his band, the Graystone Bluegrass Revival, and followed by Oklahoma Balladeer Les Gilliam and the award-winning Dove Brothers Band, members enjoyed all of the entertainment. According to the surveys, some favored the traditional gospel and bluegrass music while others wished for more variety. T e surveys are reviewed each year by


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staff and the board of directors, and we strive to fulfi ll as many requests as possible. T ank you to those who took the time to fi ll them out. In the Kids’ Zone, Sponji the


clown and his wife, Bobbin, were back again making balloon animals while CFL Charlie and LED Lucy had fun with the kids in attendance. Norman North High School cheerleaders were on hand to provide face-painting and many families took advantage of the photo booth—a new addition to the Kids’ Zone this year. Teens enjoyed the Van de Graaff , as well—an electrostatic generator that creates and stores positive electrons in a metal globe, transferring them via attraction to a negatively charged wand and producing a spark of electricity in the process. As always, the Kids’ Zone will be back next year to provide a place of entertainment


for kids and young families. Back on the fl oor of the Lloyd


Noble Center, Gov. Mary Fallin could be seen snapping photos with her many sup--porters and speaking with her constituents. Several other elected offi cials, as well as those running for election, were also on hand to get to know the citizens they serve. OEC gave away 88 giſt s this year


thanks to our generous vendors and business partners—that’s in addition to the $20 credit every member received for registering at the Annual Meeting. Newcastle’s Arthurita McFarland went home with the night’s biggest prize, a $1,000 check! If you attended the Annual


Meeting this year, thank you for coming out. We hope you had an enjoyable evening. If you could not attend, we hope to see you next year.


OKLAHOMA ELECTRIC CO-OP NEWS • OCTOBER 2014


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