Over 400 Attend 69th EREC Annual Meeting

April 26, 2008


Over 400 people attended the 69th Escambia River Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting Saturday.

Johnie Johnson from Escambia County and Marshall Diamond from Santa Rosa County were re-elected to the EREC Board of Trustees.

There were 341 EREC members present at the annual business meeting held live in the Northview High School theatre. An overflow crowd watched the proceedings via video in the Northview gym. During the annual meeting, there was no old business or new business conducted.

erec14.jpgScholarships were preseted to Andrea Byars (pictured left) from Northview High School, Amber Barr (pictured right) from Central High School and Karrin Zimmerman (not pictured) from Jay High School.

Nearly 100 door prizes were presented, ranging from a grand prize of a $500 electric bill credit to the Byrneville Methodist Church to a big screen TV gift certificates, gas cards, small electric appliances and more.

Each child received a prize bag, plus they enjoyed face painting, a bounce house, balloons and more

Entertainment was provide by Crossfire and the Northend Stompers.

For more photos the 69th EREC Annual Meeting, click here.

Pictured top of page: The Northview theatre was packed for the annual EREC meeting, with an overflow crowd watching via video in the gym. Pictured below: Names are drawn for one of nearly 100 door prizes. NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.



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