On Aug. 11 at 7 p.m., REC will hold it's Annual Meeting remotely in an effort to protect the health and safety of it's member-owners. There will not be an in-person meeting this year. You can watch the 2021 Remote Annual Meeting live beginning at 7 p.m. on Aug. 11.

Cooperatives are democratic organizations controlled by their member-elected boards of directors, who actively participate in setting policies and making decisions. The Board of Directors is accountable to the membership. The Annual Meeting is the forum in which REC consumer-members exercise the democratic principle of electing the board, and where members receive updates about their cooperative and influence its future.

Open March 1, 2021: Nominations for the 2021 Director Elections. Learn More

Director elections will be held this year in the following three regions:
Region II, Region III and Region VIII.

Board region map



2020 Annual Meeting and Director Elections

To quickly view a segment of the 2020 Remote Annual Meeting please see the time stamps below:

  • Call to Order: 0:27
  • Invocation: 02:30
  • Secretary's Report: 09:14
  • Election of Directors: 11:06
  • Treasurer's Report: 16:02
  • Kent D. Farmer: 21:31
  • Chairman's Report: 26:15
  • President's Report: 37:13
  • Q&A: 46:56

How to Participate
The Proxy Designation Process opens July 1, 2021, and closes Aug. 4, 2021, at 5 p.m. 

Proxy Designation Options 

Member-owners will have two online options to access their proxy designation. In July, the online proxy portal will be available to all member-owners. Members will also have access to the portal when they log in to MyREC SmartHub

All member-owners will receive their official 2021 Proxy Designation Form by U.S. mail in July. This form can be completed and returned with the postage-paid envelope. 

Register in advance and participate in the 2021 Remote Annual Meeting on Aug. 11 and vote during the meeting. 

More Details
To obtain further information regarding the Director Elections, click here.


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