Sharon Sattler, Vice President

Karrie Stevens, President

Evelyn and Josh beautifully entertaining our members


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Scroll down this page for information on Board Elections, Board Candidates & Bio-s, Policies, Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Meeting Minutes, and Strategic and Annual Implementation Plans

Our June 2021 Co-op Membership Meeting at Swan Lake Kitchen

Posters from Membership Meetings

Paivi Morse, Treasurer

Rusty and Gene holding our new Storefront sign

​Sign custom designed by Colville Sign of Colville, WA

Board of Directors
As of February 4, 2023, YOUR Membership elected Co-Op Board of Directors includes:

  • Cindy Bracken, Director - term ends 2025
  • Kristine Carlson, Secretary - term ends 2025
  • Sharon Sattler, Vice President - term ends 2024
  • Paivi Morse, Treasurer - term ends 2024
  • Karrie Stevens, President - term ends 2024

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2024 Board Meeting Dates

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Meetings occur on the 4th Wednesday of most months at 5 pm at the Co-op in The Meet Locker

  • Planned Meeting Dates:  January 24, March 29
  • Board Meetings will not be held:   February
  • March 29, 2024:  Annual Board & Manager workshop to occur before the March 29 board meeting.

Kristine Carlson, Secretary 

Photos from our February 2023 Membership Meeting & Kettle Crust Bakery Catered Dinner

Cindy Bracken, Director

Board Governance & Strategic Planning

  Five-Year Strategic Plan (2019 - 2024)

Current Board of Directors

Volunteer Info​
We strongly encourage members to get involved by volunteering 8 hours a month or more, although it is not required. Volunteers working at least 8 hours per month receive a 10% discount on most purchases.

Active Volunteers
Nancy McCambridge - Packaging, Clerk
Dave Robinson - Taxes (State & Federal)

Keith Bell - IT

Sarah Sundstrom - Produce, shelf stocking

Patrice Beckwith - Specialty orders, shelf stocking, clerk

Karrie Stevens - clerk, webmaster 

Colleen Drake - eNewsletter editor

Plus, your entire all volunteer Board of Directors 


Co-op Photo Gallery

​Welcome to a VIEW of our PAST

Board Candidate Election Information

2023 - 2024 Board Election Cycle

Nominations:  Dec 7, 2023 - Jan 5, 2024

Candidate Statements Due:  ​January 6, 2024

Election Period:  Jan 7-20, 2024

Votes Counted:  Jan 21, 2024

New Board Members Seated:  At the Annual Membership Meeting on January 27, 2024

Considering running for a board position?  If so, inform and educate yourself.  Explore this website for more information on What is a Co-op?, Board Governance, Strategic Planning, Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Policies, and past Board Meeting Minutes.

Plus, review the following documents for more information about Board service and how the Co-op Board operates.

Board Meeting Minutes

2015  2016

2017  2018

2019  2020

2021  2022

2023  2024

Membership Info

(one member, one vote)
Membership is not Required to Shop at the Co-op!

For just $25 per individual 18 and older, you can become a Lifetime Member (Level 1) of the Co-Op.  During your first year of lifetime membership, you will receive Level 2 membership benefits. 

SUPPORTING Members (Level 2) are the LIFE blood of the Co-op.  They support the Co-op by annually paying an additional $10 Capital Investment Fund (CIF) fee.  Supporting members are rewarded with in store member sale prices.

Click here to download a copy of our "CIF fee" flyer.

Memberships can be purchased at the Co-op.  Purchase of a Lifetime Membership is required; purchase of a Supporting Membership is optional.​

Click here to download a copy of our "Membership Benefits" flyer.

What is a Co-op?

The Identity of a co-op is defined as "an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically controlled enterprise."

Co-op Values are based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity, and solidarity.  In the tradition of their founders, co-op members believe in the ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility, and caring for others.

Co-op's put their Values into practice through the guidelines of the Seven Cooperative Principles.

Ferry County Co-op's Guiding Documents

Like Co-op's world wide, our Co-op is guided by our Articles of Incorporation (Washington State), our membership approved bylaws, International Cooperative Alliance Identity & Values, and by the 7 Cooperative Principles.

Click here to download a copy of our "What is a CO-OP?" flyer.