The Chariton Valley Electric Cooperative will hold its annual meeting Monday, Aug. 5 at the Albia Community High School beginning at 6:30 p.m. The cooperative will hear reports from officers, directors and committee, elect three officers to three-year terms and distribute patronage checks for the years 2005 and 2006.
The event begins at 4 p.m. with voting and registration. Children’s activities include giant inflatables, Tom the Terrific Balloon Man, Giant Lawn Games, Spin Art, Kettle Corn and Cotton Candy.
The agenda for the business meeting includes reports from the president, Mike Miller, manager Charles VanDePol and a report from Washington, D.C. youth tour winners, Sarah Herz and Collette Teno.
A drawing will be held at the end of the meeting and includes grand prizes of a Whirlpool refigerator, iRobot Roomba Vacuum, Ryobi Lawn Tool Kit, Maytag 15-cubic foot chest freezer, KitchenAid stand mixer and 20 $50 energy credits.
Kid’s prizes include a Nintendo Switch, Apple iPad, Easy Bake Oven, RC Truck, two 20-inch kid’s bikes.
There will be four candidates on the ballot and one contested race in District 2. Randy Gottschalk is the incumbent in District 2.
Jerry Durian is a director candidate by petition in District 2.
Marchelle Brown is the incumbent in District 1 running unopposed.
Kenneth VandenBerg is the incumbent in District 5 running unopposed.