Board of Directors Election Information

Winter 2018/2019 Board Candidacy Package - click here for everything you need to know when considering a run for the board and here for a quick one page overview.

DIY

Ideas for "Do It Yourself"

Reusable Food Wrap


Board of Directors
As of September, 2018, YOUR Membership elected Co-Op Board of Directors includes:

Patrice Beckwith, Secretary - term ends 2020
Karrie Stevens, President - term ends 2020
Judy Jeffrey, Vice President - term ends 2020
Anita Brucklier, Treasurer - term ends 2019
One position is vacant - term ends 2019


Contact your Board at ferrycountycoopboard@gmail.com

 

2019 Board Meeting Dates

Jan 7, Feb 21, Mar 18, Apr 15, May 20, Jun 17, July - Sept no board meetings, Oct 21, Nov 18. 

TBD in December - Annual Board & Manager workshop.

2019 General Membership Meeting

February 2, 2019 at 5:30 pm at the Fairgrounds Carousel Building.  The Co-op's Kettle Crust Bakery will be catering a Curry Dinner (chicken & vegetarian).  Tickets available at the Co-op for $15.00 per person in advance, $20 at the door (includes beer, wine, or soda).

Congratulations NEW Board Members

Board elections ended Feb 26, 2019 and the membership elected Sage McKee (left) and Laura Martens (right) for join current board members Patrice Beckwith, Judy Jeffrey, and Karrie Stevens

Rusty and Gene holding our new Storefront sign

​Sign custom designed by Colville Sign of Colville, WA

FERRY COUNTY CO-OP Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation​​
Click here to view Bylaws and here to view Articles of Incorporation. 

Evelyn and Josh beautifully entertaining the membership

Membership Info
Membership is not Required to Shop at the Co-op!


For just $25 per individual 18 and older, you can become a Level 1 lifetime member of the Co-Op. Level 2 members support the Co-op by annually paying an additional $10 Capital Investment Fund (CIF) fee.


Anyone 18 to 21 years of age may purchase a Level 1 lifetime membership for $12.50 (50% off the standard one-time fee of $25.00).  To receive this benefit, the Level 1 membership must be purchased prior to the individuals 21st birthday.


Level 1 members receive the following benefits:

  • One vote in Board of Director elections,
  • Eligible to serve as a Board member or member of a committee,
  • Attendance at the Annual or Special Membership Meetings,
  • One vote in all matters submitted to a vote of the membership,
  • Earn discounts at other Co-op’s throughout the USA who provide reciprocal benefits,
  • Earn Member-Owner equity in the Ferry County Co-op business,
  • Belong to a Co-op that actively supports local food producers and other local products and promotes our community, and
  • During the Member-Owners first year of Level 1 investment, they can enjoy all of the benefits of Level 2 investment without paying the $10 annual CIF fee. 

In addition to Level 1 benefits, Level 2 members receive  the following benefits:

  • Take advantage of member only sales,
  • Discounts on bulk orders,
  • In years when the Co-op makes a profit in excess of our operating expenses, and when declared by the Board of Directors, Member-Owners share in those profits by receiving a discount or dividend.

To become a member, purchase of a Level 1 membership is required; purchase of a Level 2 membership is optional.​


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

Board Meeting Minutes

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

What a wonderful membership meeting this year!  Thank you to everyone who attended and thank you to those who organized and made it all come together so wonderfully. Also,thank you Moonslice for your musical entertainment!

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

Active Volunteers
Nancy McCambridge
Gene Rietzke
Dave Robinson

Dan Lutjemeier

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR TIME, HARD WORK, AND DEDICATION TO YOUR LOCAL CO-OP.​

POLICIES

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Board Governance & Strategic Planning