Committe To Nominate Directors For 2019 Election
The Nominating Committee:
District 1 - Glenda Taylor, 10081 Mcdougald, Broadway
District 2 - Raylon Wood, 71 Unity Church Rd., Four Oaks
District 3 - Iris Lucas, 887 Junious Lucas Rd., Faison
District 4 - Johnnie Baggett, 1108 Fayetteville Hwy, Dunn
District 5 - Anthony “Tony” Warren, 2392 Andrews Chapel Church Rd., Roseboro
District 6 - Carol Hudson, 3661 Murphy Rd., Fayetteville
District 7 - Warren Paul Jones, 5280 Loop Rd., Linden
District 8 - Walter Clark, 1124 Pony Dr., Hope Mills
At Large - Alexander Eastman, 995 Butler Rd., Salemburg
Members can also be placed on the ballot by submitting an authorized petition form 45 business days prior to the annual meeting. The petition must include the full name of the member and the district they wish to represent. The petition must also contain the printed names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least 150 South River EMC members.
Anyone interested in obtaining an authorized petition form should contact Barbara West-Lee at 910-230-2966.
Forms should be returned by close of business February 22.
If you have any questions or comments about our annual meeting, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Annual Meeting- We Came, We Saw, We Enjoyed
Each year, South River EMC is pleased to offer an opportunity to all member-owners of the Cooperative to gather for fellowship and to hear of the business of their Cooperative. This event is the Annual Meeting of Members, which was held April 19, 2018 at the Crown Arena and Theatre in Fayetteville.
The following directors were nominated by a committee on nominations, which met January 2:
District 3: Francis Clifton (J.W. Simmons nominated to fill unexpired term.)
District 5: Dorcas Autry Fisher
District 7: C. Wayne Collier
You can vote for directors at the annual meeting of members.
Documents to read in preparation for the meeting:
Doors Open At 6 p.m.
Arena Entertainment (6-7:25 p.m.) Erica Jones Band
Erica Jones is an Angier, North Carolina native who has been entertaining audiences since the age of 13. She has a love for all genres of music, but considers herself to be more of a polished traditional country music artist. A graduate of Campbell University, Jones has opened for recording artists including Rick Trevino, Diamond Rio and Jo Dee Messina, while at school and then with local country bands including Hobo Junction before heading to Nashville. She spent nearly a decade performing and doing demo work on Music Row, also performing regularly at the world famous Nashville Palace.
Jones recorded her first album entitled "I'd Find You" which included songs written by some of Nashville’s finest songwriters, but has since moved back to her hometown where she performs as a regular on the Country on the Outskirts Show, as well as performing locally for festivals, community, civic and church events.
Her band members are: Hugh Jackson, steel guitar; Brent Shattuck, lead guitar; Rich Holder, piano; Jody Jones, bass guitar; and Gage Havari, drums.
Vendor Bazaar (6- 7:30 p.m.)
Each year we welcome around 50 or so vendors with fun, interesting and helpful products. Come ready to pick up a must needed item, or just to shop around. We welcome new and favorite vendors each year.
Children's Area (6- 9 p.m.)
The Kids’ Korner offers a safe, secure, fun place for you to leave your children while you enjoy the entertainement. The Kids’ Korner will be run by the 4-H this year.
As you know, 4-H specializes in providing fun, creative hands-on activities for kids of all ages! Children will be able to learn the magic of electricity and create their own electric circuits, electromagnets, build brush bots, build their own energy efficient homes and more!
There will also be a bunny holding station outside thanks to one of the 4-H rabbit clubs!
Timothy Jenkins of Hope Mills was the winner of the 2011 GMC 1500 series truck! Congratulations!