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Northfork Sparks & Flashes August 15 It’s Annual Meeting Time! Join Us August 15 for a Morning of Fun, Friendship and Co-op Ownership CONTENTS PAGE 2


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Update on New Headquarters’ Construction


Trustees Allocate 2014 Margins


PAGES 4 - 10 Correct Addresses Needed for Capital Credit Statements


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It’s a fun morning, with good food, good information, and good friends, along with the privilege of co-op ownership! It’s our 76th Annual Meeting of Members and it’s scheduled for Saturday, August 15. The meeting will be held in the Sayre Municipal Park, located one mile south of town. Registration begins at 9 a.m. All mem- bers registering their attendance will receive a navy blue NFEC ball cap and a stainless steel spatula as registration gifts. And each member’s child - 12 years old and younger - will get a free $1 coin available at the registration booth.


At 10 a.m. we’ll draw the name of the lucky person who will win our grand prize. But we’ll keep that name a secret until the end of the meeting when we reveal the iden- tity of the winner. This year’s grand prize is a Bad Boy 60-


inch Zero-Turn mower from Wootton New Holland.


Entertainment this year is a member-fa- vorite we’ve had a past annual meetings. Roy Lee Scott, the Flying Cowboy, is returning to entertain the group.


At 10 a.m., the business portion of the meeting opens, and will be called to order by Jimmy Taylor, president of your board of trustees.


Elections for two trustee positions will be held during the business session. Chris Mack- ey currently represents members in district 6 and Charles Hickey represents district 7. Featured speakers this year are Gary Roulet, CEO of our wholesale power supplier Western Farmers Electric Co-op, and General Manager of the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, Chris Meyers, . Toward the end of the business session, we will draw for several prizes and award $50 to the oldest member present. At noon, ev- eryone will enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch provided by Dyer’s, who is another annual meeting favorite.


Our younger set can spend the morning in the pool at the park or playing miniature golf, both free of charge. “We look forward to annual meeting each


year,” says Scott Copeland, NFEC general manager. “As employees and trustees, it gives us the opportunity to show the members that we take seriously the faith and trust they place in us to be good stewards of their coop- erative. We look forward to visiting with them and want them to enjoy a morning of fun and friends, while exercising the privileges of co- op ownership.”


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