FEC meeting coming up

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All Flathead Electric Cooperative members (anyone who pays a bill to FEC) are invited to attend the Co-opís 82nd Annual Membersí Meeting March 16 at Canvas Church, located at 255 Summit Ridge in Kalispell.

Registration and breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m., followed by entertainment with local 1950s rock Ďní roll band Zino and the Bel Aires at 9 a.m. The business meeting will get underway at 10 a.m. and adjourn by noon. Child care will be available. Members in attendance will learn about the financial stability of the Co-op and Flathead Electricís continued focus on power supply, rates, growing technologies and more. They will also hear from those running for Board of Trustee positions.

There will be prize drawings for those in attendance, including the grand prize of a $500 energy bill credit. Four $500 scholarships will also be awarded to area high school seniors planning to enroll at an in-state college or university. To be eligible for scholarships, the studentsí parent or guardian must be a member of Flathead Electric and the student must be present at the meeting to win.

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