Lake Country Power annual meeting to be held April 21
Lake Country Power is holding its 11th annual meeting Saturday, April 21, at the Myles Reif Center in Grand Rapids for all co-op members. Prior to the business meeting, members will be treated to a continental breakfast and musical entertainment ...
Lake Country Power is holding its 11th annual meeting Saturday, April 21, at the Myles Reif Center in Grand Rapids for all co-op members. Prior to the business meeting, members will be treated to a continental breakfast and musical entertainment by Not Necessarily Bluegrass, featuring Don and Mary LaPlant.
Co-op members are invited to bring donations for the Second Harvest North Central Food Bank to help stock its food shelves. In exchange for cash donations or nonperishable food donations, Lake Country Power will give members up to two compact fluorescent lights during registration from 9-10 a.m. The lights are ENERGY STAR® rated and help reduce energy costs in homes and businesses.
The co-op's annual business meeting, which begins at 10 a.m., will be preceded by a continental breakfast beginning at 9 a.m.
Lake Country Power's annual business meeting will feature updates on power costs, innovative programs, investments in technology and reliability. The cooperative's wholesale power supplier, Great River Energy, will also be present to report.
Director election results in Districts 2, 4 and 8 will be announced during the business meeting. Candidates running for election:
- District 2: Jack A. Huhta, Gilbert, current LCP director; Charlie Mistek, Ely; and Charles Renner, Ely.
- District 4: Carter M. Pettersen, Grand Rapids, current LCP director.
- District 8: Danny G. Smith, Tamarack, current LCP director; John Manninen, Wright; and Franklin A. Turnock, McGregor.
All mail ballots must be received at the Grand Rapids post office no later than 5 p.m. Friday, April 20. Lake Country Power members may also vote at the annual meeting before the polls close.
Lake Country Power, www.lakecountrypower.coop , is a Touchstone Energy® cooperative serving parts of eight counties in northeastern Minnesota.