The Annual Meeting, which is just a few short days away, is a great opportunity to catch up offseason, meet members from other locations, and share what is always a fantastic meal! Aside from fun and food, there will be a brief business meeting to cover finance and the voting in of our 2016 Board of Directors. You will also get a chance to meet our main growers, Rob and Meghan Lynch from Riverland Farm in Sunderland, MA.
Make sure you have RSVP’d by replying to the email you received.
Place: Moraine Farm, 701 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA
Date: Sunday, February 28th
Time: 4:30 – 6:30 pm ET
You are welcome to arrive late or leave early depending on your schedule and the attention span of the smaller members of your party. We would really appreciate your attendance during the business meeting portion of the evening.
What to bring depends on the first letter of your last name.
A – J Main Course, K – R Sides / Salads, S – Z Desserts.
*Please bring place settings for everyone in your party (napkin, plate, bowl, cup, and cutlery).
Schedule for the evening 4:30 – 4:45 – Arrivals, 4:45 – 5:45 – Dinner,
5:45 – 6:15 – Business Meeting, Rob Lynch Update +Voting, 6:15 – 6:30 – Dessert
The FDC Board of Directors and staff sincerely hope you can come enjoy a meal with us, and help out by being present to vote.
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Payment Due Soon:
If you haven’t yet paid your final balance, it is due by August 1st .This means that unless you have a payment plan in place, you should be paying your balance to zero. If you are unsure of your balance, statements will be emailed before your next depot day. If you cannot make this payment in full, please reply to this email to set up a payment plan.
Please keep in mind that after August 1st, we ask that balances stay under $40. This allows members to make small purchases at the depots without having to write multiple small checks. Details about payment options can be found on our website under How The Coop Works. Continue reading