2020 Annual Meeting
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The meeting is held at Miami University's Millett Hall on April 30th.
5 p.m. Registration begins and buffet opens
6:30 p.m. Business meeting
Entertainment and door prizes follow business meeting
Millett Hall's Address:
500 East Sycamore
Oxford, Ohio 45056
Annual Meeting Entertainment
Entertainment will follow the business meeting. Guests will enjoy the music of Butler County's own Ryan Broshear.
Chosen as an “Artist to Watch” by Billboard magazine, Ryan Broshear’s energetic stage show and appealing country vocals immediately connect with audiences, even across genres. His traditional–leaning country sound with an edgy, bluesy feel makes for an entertaining show from his first song to his last. Ryan Broshear has toured in Texas, Chicago, New York City, and Florida and has shared the stage with some of country music’s greats — opening for Luke Bryan, Justin Moore, Chris Young, Lee Brice, Brantley Gilbert, Easton Corbin, Joe Nichols, Tracy Lawrence, Diamond Rio, Craig Morgan, David Allen Coe, Gretchen Wilson, Randy Travis, and Merle Haggard.
Despite remaining independent of a Nashville record label, Broshear’s single, “Spin Me,” from his album, “Paint It Red,” found a 17–week spot on country radio’s Billboard chart and the accompanying music video debuted on TV — all alongside country music’s superstars. He’s been described by Roughtstock.com as “a star in the making, deserving his place next to the legends like George Strait.”
Broshear is also a multi-talented artist with attractive lyrics and melodies in his songwriting. He has secured two self-penned songs on Music Row's Country Breakout Chart as well as a featured song placement in the film Sunlight Jr., starring Naomi Watts, Matt Dillon, and Norman Reedus. You can also hear his signature sound with a twangy country song in the popular family film, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Hall. His next release is coming in early 2020 and will mark a new chapter for Broshear by not delivering a song written by him, but by making a song from hit songwriter Josh Kear one of his own.
Democratic Member Control
As a member of Butler Rural Electric Cooperative, you are also an owner of the cooperative. It is your right and responsibility to understand how the cooperative operates, and the annual meeting will provide that opportunity for you. The meeting also gives you the chance to discuss issues and changes you feel would positively affect the entire cooperative membership. As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, we operate with the sole purpose of serving you, our member. The cooperative relies on your input to make changes, set goals, and prepare for the
future needs of our members. At the annual meeting, we will also announce the election results for the Board of Trustees. Democratic member control is one of the principles the cooperative was founded on and still abides by today. Our members have the responsibility of choosing trustees who will best reflect their interests and the interests of their community.