The next Wheatland REA Annual Meeting is March 15, 2017 at the 4-H Building in Wheatland.
2016 Annual Meeting...
Our 79th Annual Meeting at the 4-H Building in Wheatland is now history. Approximately 288 people took advantage of the blood-draw at the health fair prior to the meeting. Bill Teter retired this year and did not seek re-election. Candy Geringer, was elected to the At-Large District seat for a 3-year term.
We wish to thank all of our members who participated in this year's meeting. Without you, your cooperative would not be successful.
Below are some of the pictures "snapped" at the meeting.
Below: Remember the young ladies with the science project at the meeting?
They went to the State Science Fair at UW and won 1st place in the Environmental Management Category, and also received the Laramie River Conservation District Special Award.
Below: Cindy, Levi (REA Lineman), and daughter Laura.
Below: New director, Candy Geringer, smiles for the camera.
Below: Bill Teter thanking the membership for allowing him to serve them.
Below L-R: Lynelle received a new watch in recognition of her 20 years with the REA. Rhonda received her 5-year tenure pin. President Brockman made the presentations.
Below: Proud mom, Lacinda Fortik, with daughters Cyndee and Shelby.
Wheatland REA pays for the blood chemistry profile.
WE HOPE YOU WERE THERE!
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