WARSAW — The 79th annual meeting for Kosciusko REMC is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 10 at Warsaw Community Church, 1855 S. County Farm Rd, Warsaw.
A hot breakfast will be provided along with a coffee bar and live entertainment. Six candidates will vie for three seats on the Kosciusko REMC board of directors. Tony Fleming, incumbent, is opposed by Dillon Whitacre. William Stump, Jr., incumbent, is opposed by Brian Weideman. Incumbent Dan Tucker is opposed by Ken Anderson II. Information on each candidate is available on the co-op’s website www.kremc.com.
The business meeting will convene at 10 a.m. and includes the board election, executive reports, and prize drawings. Attending members will receive a $10 credit on their electric bill and will also have a chance to win one of many fantastic door prizes.
This year, the cooperative will award $1,000 scholarships to six members.
“This is a really terrific event,” said KREMC’s communications specialist, Jennifer Barger. “It gives us a chance to meet our members and hear their ideas and concerns. We have some wonderful things planned. I’d encourage every KREMC member to come out.”