In consideration of CDC recommendations, the Special Meeting was held as a Drive-Thru Event. The 74 members who attended were able to vote, receive door prizes, and be served a grilled hotdog and hamburger meal, all from the comfort of their vehicles!
Drawings were also held, and the lucky winners were: $250 Capital Credits Retirement – Bill & Lois Price (Rozel), Craig & Carol Scheuerman (Bison); 1 Month Free Internet – Terry Harrold (Ness City), Julie Wagner (Rush Center); Firestick and 1 Month Free StreamIt – Jim Holopirek (Timken), Kevin Brewington (Rush Center); $50 Cellular Accessories Gift Certificate – Marge Moran (McCracken).
Gene Knieling and Philip Martin were re-elected to another term as Trustees, and the proposed Bylaws amendment was approved.
We want to thank everyone who attended and made the Drive-Thru Event a huge success!
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