• It was the 76th Annual Meeting of the membership of the Ozark Border Electric Cooperative. There was important business conducted, but it was not a typical a business meeting. It had an atmosphere of a family reunion or old time church meeting. Blue Grass music and gospel music filled the Bess Activities Center on the Three Rivers College Campus. Old friends greeted one another; everyone finding time for the picnic lunch and registering to win prizes in the drawing that would be held later. Stanley Estes, General Manager for Ozark Border, says that's exactly the way this meeting is supposed to feel. “Ozark Border is unique. Our customers are actually our members, and it feels like family because many of these people

    Aug 02,

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