Ozark Electric Cooperative’s 79th Annual Members’ Meeting
Friday, July 31, 2015, Mt. Vernon High School
Ozark Electric Cooperative members are invited to attend your 79th Annual Meeting on Friday, July 31, 2015, at the Mt. Vernon High School, Mt. Vernon, Missouri. The schedule for the day is as follows:
- Registration 10:45 am - 1:00 pm
- Lunch 10:45 am - 12:45 pm
- Entertainment 11:15 am - 12:45 pm
- Business meeting 1:00 pm
We are pleased to introduce a new entertainment group who will be performing in the gym this year from 11:15 am – 12:45 pm, “That Dalton Gang”. Other activities for the day will include:
- Election of Directors
- Cooperative update
- Free registration gifts
- Free steak sandwich lunch
- Free musical entertainment
- Free well water testing
- Free blood pressure and heart rate checks
- Free Veterans’ information
- New game… Spin the wheel! Win a prize!
- “Power On” Electric Safety Presentation Demonstrations
- Chevy Volt Hybrid Car on display (runs on electricity and gas)
- Drawing for attendance prizes after business meeting
- And more...
Register by 1 pm and get a $10 credit on your electric bill! The first 20 members who register and are wearing their annual meeting commemorative tin buttons from 2013 & 2014 will also receive a $10 gift card.
Please read your 4-page “Electric Sparks Annual Meeting Special Edition” in the July issue of your “Rural Missouri” for complete meeting details. Then be sure to detach your registration card (address label) from that issue and bring it to the meeting on July 31!
Introducing a New Service for Old Friends!
Home Energy Audits Now Available to Ozark Electric Members
Beginning May 1, Ozark Electric Cooperative members can start taking advantage of our new Take Control & Save Home Energy Audit program. This program, which is offered year-round, is designed to increase the purchase and installation of high-efficiency products in members’ homes. The home energy audits and weatherization measure is a multi-faceted program designed to improve the energy efficiency of the member’s home. The program is being implemented by OEC with the goal of increasing member awareness of saving energy.
The home energy audit will be conducted by certified auditors and will cost the member $75 (a $300 value) and will be provided regardless of the type of heat found in the home. Once the audit is completed, an incentive of 50% of the cost, with a cap maximum of $500, will be paid to the member for corrective actions taken.
- Must be a member of Ozark Electric Cooperative.
- Audits are available for new or existing homes.
- Rebate program is limited to cooperative services that use 6000 or more kilowatt-hours on an annual basis. Eligible services also include lake homes, workshops, and barns, etc.
For more information call any of our office #s and ask for the Member Services Department.