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News orthwestern Electric Vol. 67 Number 6 April 2016


It’s annual meeting time! Join us Apr. 7 at the Woodward County Event Center


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t’s that time of year again. Northwestern Electric’s annual meeting is just a few short days


away. For those of you who have never been, this isn’t just another boring business meeting. It’s more like a family reunion. As a mem- ber of Northwestern Electric, you are a part of our cooperative family. So make plans to join your friends and neighbors for a good barbecue meal, great entertainment, prize drawings and a short business ses- sion. (15837001)


Back by popular demand is the A Bar Bunkhouse Band. This youth- ful western swing band will have you tapping your toes and making you want to get up and dance to their classic western swing tunes. The annual meeting is also a good opportunity to meet face-to- face with our employees. NWEC will have an information booth


inside the main exhibit hall where you can ask questions and learn about the various programs we of- fer our members. SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT


PARKING: The meeting is in the Woodward County Event Center (fair building). Please keep in mind parking space is limited. Ad- ditional parking will be available inside the fenced area of the rodeo grounds. Members with handicap parking permits will be directed to the lot closest to the building on a ¿UVW FRPH ¿UVW VHUYH EDVLV Be prepared to walk! Even if you park close to the Event Center, you may have to walk a long dis- tance to enter the building. Before the meeting, NWEC personnel will provide transportation on golf carts from the parking lots to the main entrance. Rides are not available after the meeting is over. If you


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And last, but not least, we are giving away lots of prizes.


Registered members will receive a roll up


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Inside


Goodman retires...........2 Leadership summit.......3 Recipe............................3 Hospital donation .........4 Revolving loan fund.....4


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