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REC Day R


78th


EC Day will return to the Grove Civic Center on Saturday,


September 17, 2016. Registra on runs from 8 a.m. un l noon. Each member household will receive a special edi on REC hat, so cooler, and wall calendar featuring photos of our area, submi ed by members, just for registering.


Be it entertainment, food, a rac ons or prizes, there will be something for everyone to enjoy at the big annual event.


Fresh doughnuts and hot coff ee will greet morning arrivals.


Joining us to entertain the crowd is Paul Bogart. Paul is an up and coming country musician that fi nds his inspira on in tradi onal western music.


Although Paul is young, he is an old soul with a knack for capturing  me-honored tradi ons and summing up classic sen ments in


catchy songs. “All of my music just fi ts under a


cowboy hat,” Paul says explaining the straigh orward appeal of his sound. “I want people to shoot straight with me – to just be real – and that’s what my music is: honest, sincere songs that people can relate to.”


With all of the ac vity, co-op members are sure to work up an appe te. Back for a second year, Frito chili pies and a selec on of cold drinks will be available. A convenient ea ng area will once again be furnished outside under the tent where members can enjoy the sound of a local favorite, Reverse Reac on. This band entertains with a wide range of tunes.


Younger co-op members always have a blast playing carnival games and winning lots of prizes


at the outdoor Kid Zone. Also in this area, school-age children of members can sign up for a chance to win one of four computers to be given away during the business mee ng. Kid Zone will be located under the big tent in the northeast corner of the civic center parking lot.


Craig General Hospital is once again off ering valuable health screenings during REC Day. Health checks are available to co-op members between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. at the south end of the civic center. A small fee may apply to cover the cost of certain tests. Those par cipa ng in the blood draw are reminded to not eat anything a er midnight the night before to ensure tes ng accuracy.


A trade show on the fl oor of the civic center will feature displays from member businesses, local organiza ons, various coopera ve products and services, and some good deals from coopera ve subsidiary enterprises.


Members will be asked to help the coopera ve take care of business by cas ng a vote for one trustee in each of three districts during the general elec on. While James Wade (District 7) runs unopposed, Districts 2 and 9 will each have two candidates from which to choose. Andy Steward and Benny Seabourn vie for the District 2 seat, while Dr.


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