Annual Meeting of Members

2018 Annual Meeting to Celebrate 80 Years in Business

Fall River Electric’s 2018 annual meeting was held at Teton High School in Driggs ID on Saturday, June 16, 2018.

A FREE breakfast of pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, hash browns, and assorted beverages will be served starting at 8am to all owner-members.

Nearly two dozen exhibitors will be on-hand at our Health, Energy & Community Expo. Kids activities will include FREE bucket truck rides, free bounce houses, face painting and rides on the Fall River Propane train.

The annual business meeting will commence at 10am with presentations from Board President Doug Schmier, CEO Bryan Case and the board candidates that are running for the three board positions up for election. Owner-members will also hear from special guest Elliot Mainzer, Administrator of the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA).

A $1000 energy credit will be the Grand Prize along with several thousands of dollars in additional FREE prizes will given away to members in attendance. Complete information about the Co-op’s annual meeting will be mailed to all owner-members in late May. This mailer will include information on all the candidates for the board and voting instructions.

*Free gifts will be given one per membership NOT one per person.


Fall River Electric Cooperative’s 2013 Meeting Celebrated 75 Years!

More than seventy five years ago, 90% of our rural ancestors were “living in the dark,” cooking on wood stoves, hauling water in buckets from a nearby well, putting perishable food in a stream or an icebox, and fearing the destruction that their gas or kerosene lamps could cause if accidentally knocked over inside their home or barn.

In 1938, a group of rural neighbors in the Ashton, Idaho area got together and formed Fall River Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc. This new nonprofit organization was one where everyone who received power from the Co-op was consider an owner, could vote for members to represent them on a board of directors, had a say in how the business was operated and had access to a locally based, friendly staff who was interested in answering their questions and concerns. Today, more than seventy eight years later, those same objectives and benefits of membership continue.