Saturday, March 5 was the last day to vote in Co-op Elections. That evening, Board of Directors president Paula Wilk announced the winners of this year’s elections at the Co-op’s Annual Meeting. All three people running for the BOD were elected. Proposed bylaws changes passed overwhelmingly. Three nonprofits were chosen to receive Co-op Community Fund grants of approximately $500.
Here are detailed election results:
Total valid ballots cast: 249
Shefali Milczarek-Desai: 238
Joyce Liska: 225
Rob McLane: 223
Co-op Community Fund Winners:
Watershed Management Group: 136
Native Seeds (SEARCH): 134
Tucson Village Farm: 129
Oh man, the 2011 Annual Meeting is going to rock. We’ll have food catered by the Avenue Deli, beer, wine, a photo booth, a henna artist, heirloom tomato plants for sale, an on-site babysitter, and more.
Raffle prizes will include a cooking class with the Tucson Organic Kitchen, Co-op t-shirts, hats and more.
Best of all, the meeting will feature a performance by Salvador Duran!!
Annual Meeting 2011
St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church, 3809 East 3rd Street.
This event is for co-op member-owners.
Friday, March 4, is the last day to vote at the Co-op for Board of Directors members, Co-op Community Fund nominees, and proposed bylaws changes. Member-owners will be able to vote from 5-6 p.m. at Saturday’s Annual Meeting at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church, 3809 E. Third St. Voting results will be announced later on at the meeting.
Annual Meeting 2011
Saturday, March 5
St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church, 3809 E. Third St.
Chips and snacks are served, along with alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
Supervised children’s activities are available
Henna artist available
In-person voting starts (Early voting was available in February)
Raffle tickets go on sale
Salvador Duran plays music (45 min)
All the food is available
6:15 Welcome and Treasurer’s Report
6:30 GM Report
6:45 Board Intro
7:10 Board-lead owner activity
7:25 We toast the 40th birthday of the Co-op
7:30 Announcement of Election Results and introduction of Co-op management
7:45-8:45 Supervised children’s activities end. Salvador Duran plays music.
Friday, Feb. 18, is a super special Hot Dog Friday. Get a grass-fed, organic beef hot dog or a vegan Smart Dog, plus a Blue Sky Organic Soda and 2 oz bag of Boulder chips for $4.
Raw Milk: $11.49
Avocados: $1.19 each
Avenue Deli Hummus 20% off
This week, in anticipation of the Food Conspiracy’s 40th Birthday Celebration, we’ll offer great discounts on a different produce, deli and grocery item each day. On Tuesday, all Queen Creek products (including olive oil and tapenade) are 20% off, tempeh BLTs are $1 off, and red peppers are $2.99/lb.
Saturday, Feb. 19 the Co-op will celebrate it’s 40th birthday with live music, cake and more.
Saturday will also be a great day for Co-op member-owners to do their grocery shopping. Member-owners will get 10% off purchases up to $49.99, 15% off purchases of $50-$74.99, and $20% off purchases of $75 and up. It’s our way of saying thanks to the people who have enabled our success.
This week, in anticipation of the Food Conspiracy’s 40th Birthday Celebration, we’ll offer deep discounts on a different produce, deli and grocery item each day. On Monday, Feb. 14, local honey is 20% off, raw rawkin chocolate is 20% off, and strawberries are $4.99/lb.
Meet the three candidates who are running for spots on the Food Conspiracy Board of Directors: Rob McLane, Joyce Liska and Shefali Milczarek-Desai. Ask them questions. Tell them what you hope the Board will do in 2011. Get them to autograph your copy of the Food Conspiracy Co-op Cookbook.
Contrary to an original announcement, the event will be held at the front of the Food Conspiracy Co-op.
When: 1-2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 12