Annual Meeting 2017

Annual Meeting 2017

Annual Meeting 2017 Highlights


 

Annual Meeting Mobile App

 

Community Outreach

Parking

Parking personnel will be available to direct you to designated parking areas.

Transportation to and from your vehicle is provided.

Limited parking for persons with disabilities is available. Your disability mirror tag or license plate should be visible.

Golf carts are circulated to parking areas to pick up persons with disabilities.

In case of rain, you will be directed to parking areas where buses will pick you up and return you to your vehicles. Buses will run throughout the meeting.

Parking Large

 

Registration

Registration4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

First 1000 members to register receive a $10 electric credit which will be posted to their electric account by June 1, 2017.

Capital Credit Checks
Capital credit checks will be issued upon registration. If your refund is less than $15, a check will not be issued at this time.

Members will receive voting ballot during the business meeting which begins at 7 p.m.

 

Dinner

Dinner4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Grilled hot dogs, chips and cookies.

Bottled water and soda.

Bottled water will be available in the business meeting area.

 

Community Fair

Community Fair4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Area Chambers of Commerce
Health Fair
Geothermal Dealers
Insulation Dealers
Electric Car Display
Various Other Organizations

Co-op Displays

4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Board of Directors
Meet and visit with your directors

Pathfinders
PCEC’s member volunteer group

Customer Service & Product Information

  • Water Heaters
  • Water Heater Service
  • Water Softeners
  • Generators
  • Convectair Room Heaters
  • Ritchie Waterers
  • LED Bulbs
  • Community Solar
 

Affiliated Businesses

PCEC Partners And Affiliates

 

Carnival & Other Activities

Carnival Large

4:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Zip Line
Soar through the air on this exciting ride. (Weight Limit – 70 lbs to 250 lbs)

Ballistic Swing Ride
This traditional swinging ride is fun for the whole family! The 8 buckets seat up to 3 kids or 2 adults each.

Wild Zoo Crawl Through
This animal-themed play land is perfect for the littlest of patrons. This inflatable features dazzling digital print both inside and out, kid-friendly obstacles, plenty of bouncing area, and 3-D animal pop-ups.

Hungry Hippo Chow Down
Hippo Chow Down is the latest interactive game guaranteed to keep you laughing for hours. This is a 4-player bungee tug-o-war style game that involves speed, strength and agility. Object of the game: Once the referee blows the whistle, each of the 4 players starts from their back wall and races to the pond of balls in the center of the game to retrieve as many balls as possible and return them to the mesh bag at their starting wall. Once all of the balls are chowed down, the player with the most balls in their bag is the winner.

Crash Course™
Crash Course™ is fast and exciting for both kids and adults! A series of obstacles await you just around every corner. Two opponents race in opposite directions through numerous obstacles to make it to the finish line first!

 

Prizes ~ Prizes ~ Prizes

Kids Prizes:
Kids may enter the drawings beginning at 5:45 p.m. until 6:45 p.m.
Prize drawing is at the conclusion of the business meeting.

  • Contixo Quadcopter Drone
  • Parrot Mambo Drone
  • Kindle Paperwhite
  • 32” LED HDTV
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A
  • Xbox One 500 GB/Go
  • Girl’s Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler (Age 0 – 5)
  • Boy’s Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler (Age 0 – 5)

Guidelines:

  • Parent of child must be a PCEC member to enter contest.
  • Member’s child may enter all drawings (based on age and gender) but may only win one prize.
  • Parent must be present with child to claim prize.
  • Voting Member wristband will be required to claim prize.
  • These prizes will be given away at the end of the business meeting at approximately 8 p.m.

Prizes

 

Grand Prizes:

Annual Meeting 2016 Grand Prize Check

1 year of electric service (maximum of 1000 kWh per month for a maximum total of approximately $1,500)

6 months of electric service (maximum of 1000 kWh per month for a maximum total of approximately $750)

6 months of electric service (maximum of 1000 kWh per month for a maximum total of approximately $750)

A credit will be issued to winner’s account that will be equivalent to 12 monthly customer charges and an average of 1000 kWh per month beginning June 1, 2017.

Prize drawing is at the conclusion of the business meeting and you must be present to win.

You must be present to win all prizes!

 

Business Meeting

Aunnual Meeting 2016

7:00 p.m.

Business Agenda:

Call to order
Report of quorum
Reading of the Annual Meeting notice and proof of mailing
Reading of unapproved minutes of last year’s meeting
Reading of financial reports for 2016
Presentation of nominees and election of directors
State of the Co-op
Old Business
New Business
Report of election results
Adjournment

Annual Reports will be available to review the cooperative’s financial standing.

Director Candidates:

  • Robert Ray – West District (Buchanan and Platte Counties)
  • Debi Stewart (Incumbent) – North District (Clinton, Caldwell and DeKalb Counties)
  • Gary Shanks (Incumbent) and George Schieber– South District (Clay and Ray Counties)
 

Proposed Cooperative By-Law Changes and Additions

Article V-Meetings of Directors

Section 3. Notice of Directors’ Meetings. Written notice of the time, place and purpose of any special meeting of the Board of Directors shall be delivered to each director not less than five days previous thereto, either personally or by mail, by or at the direction of the Secretary, or upon a default in duty by the Secretary, by the President or the directors calling the meeting. If mailed, such notice shall be deemed to be delivered when deposited in the United States mail addressed to the director at his address as it appears on the records of the Cooperative, with postage thereon prepaid.

Proposed Change:

Section 3. Notice of Directors’ Meetings. Written notice of the time, place and purpose of any special meeting of the Board of Directors shall be delivered to each director not less than five days previous thereto, either personally, by mail, or by way of electronic communication, by or at the direction of the Secretary, or upon a default in duty by the Secretary, by the President or the directors calling the meeting. If mailed, such notice shall be deemed to be delivered when deposited in the United States mail addressed to the director at his address as it appears on the records of the Cooperative, with postage thereon prepaid.

Article X-Financial Transactions

Section 4. Change in Rates. The Cooperative shall file with the Administrator of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the United States (and if required, any corresponding agency of the state) not less than thirty (30) days, or such other time period required by state or federal regulation, prior to the date upon which any proposed change in the rates charged by the Cooperative for electric energy becomes effective. (Amended August 2, 2001)

Proposed Change:

Section 4. Change in Rates. The Cooperative shall timely file all required notices concerning rate changes or other financial transactions with the appropriate governmental authorities.

Article XI-Miscellaneous

Section 4. Accounting System and Reports. The Board of Directors shall cause to be established and maintained a complete accounting system which, among other things, and subject to applicable laws and rules and regulations of any regulatory body, shall conform to such accounting system as may from time to time be designated by regulations of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the United States. The records of the Cooperative shall be reviewed regularly by the Board of Directors or a committee of the board. The Board of Directors shall also after the close of each fiscal year cause to be made a full and complete audit of the accounts, books and financial condition of the Cooperative as of the end of such fiscal year. Such audit reports shall be available to members upon request. (Amended August 2, 2001)

Proposed Change:

Section 4. Accounting System and Reports. The Board of Directors shall cause to be established and maintained a complete accounting system that complies with all applicable laws, rules, regulations and contractual obligations. The records of the Cooperative shall be reviewed regularly by the Board of Directors or a committee of the board. The Board of Directors shall also after the close of each fiscal year cause to be made a full and complete audit of the accounts, books and financial condition of the Cooperative as of the end of such fiscal year. Such audit reports shall be available to members upon request.

 

Public Accommodations

A wheelchair is available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Guest Registration table.

Air-conditioned restrooms will be located outside on the north side of the building.

A restroom will be available for persons with disabilities inside the building.

Kearney EMTs will be on hand for health emergencies.

 

Severe Weather Meeting Cancellation

TornadoIn the event of imminent, extreme weather or extraordinary circumstances, Platte-Clay may cancel the Annual Meeting. If cancelled, the Annual Meeting will be held May 18. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., the business meeting will begin at 7 p.m. No additional activities will be available. To confirm cancellation, please see the co-op’s website, www.pcec.coop, or check the co-op’s Facebook page.

 

NOTE: Additional details will be posted as they become available.

We look forward to seeing you there!