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Wednesday, June 21, 2017




Cast Your Vote     Guidelines 2016 Annual Report
Stand Up   Photo Gallery Map Directions


5:00 p.m.   


6:20 p.m.   


6:30 p.m.   






Registration Begins
Meal Served

Meeting Kickoff Prize Drawing
(winner must acknowledge presence)

Business Meeting Begins
Call to Order – David J. Jones, chairman
The National Anthem
Pledge of Allegiance
“God Bless America”
Invocation – Donald L. Moore, director
Welcome – David J. Jones
Introduction of Board of Directors – Peggy Lee, director
Recognition of Special Guests – Franklin B. Myers, director
Recognition of Military Personnel and Veterans
Patriotic Video
Business Session
          Secretary/Treasurer’s Report – D. Stanley Duffer
          President’s Report – John C. Lee, Jr.
          Election of Directors
Awarding of Door Prizes (winners must acknowledge presence)


Be sure to visit our booths during this event:
Right-of-Way      811 Display Truck       ODEC
Health Department, CMH/VCU - Blood pressure screening
Kids Game Booth          Energy Efficiency Display


MEC Nominating Committee Announces Board Candidates

Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative’s (MEC) Nominating Committee, comprised of 11 members of the Cooperative, met on March 23, 2017 at MEC’s Headquarters office in Chase City to consider candidates to serve on the board of directors. Each candidate was interviewed, and after discussion the committee nominated the candidates listed below to serve three-year terms. No further nominations were submitted for consideration. For additional information on each of these candidates, refer to Cooperative Living magazines May 2017 issue on our website.

Peggy Lee is the retired executive director of the United States Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency for Brunswick County, a position she held for 25 years. She grew up in

Brunswick County where she developed an appreciation for rural Virginia and the challenges facing its communities and their residents. She has served on the MEC board since 2008.

For more information, refer to the January 2011 issue.



Donald L. Moore owns and operates Moore Farms in Pittsylvania County with his son, Daniel. Moore has been a member of Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative all his life and has served on the MEC board for 20 years. He is a charter member of the Olde Dominion Agricultural Foundation and is involved in a number of organizations that support local agriculture in Southside Virginia.

For more information, refer to the March/April 2011 issue.


Michael H. McDowell is the owner and operator of Locust Level Farm in Vernon Hill. He raises Black Angus breeding stock and has been recognized for a number of agricultural achievements. McDowell serves as pastor of County Line Baptist Church in Java, Va. He has served on the MEC board of directors since 1988.

For more information, refer to the February 2011 issue.



Franklin B. Myers is president of Gasburg Land and Timber Company and Gasburg Timber Corporation. He also serves as vice president of M. M. Wright, Inc., and Gasburg Equipment Company. He serves on a number of other area boards in leadership positions and has served the members of MEC as a director since 2006.

For more information, refer to the May 2011 issue.





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