Marlin Gubser, left, accepted the grand prize of a $250 electric credit on behalf of Gubser Farms. Board member Dennis Wright, right, presented the award.

Board member Jim Crawford, right, presented the children’s grand prize, a Kindle Fire, to Bentley Teten, left.

Atchison-Holt Electric Cooperative held its 84th annual membership meeting Thursday, July 28, 2022, at the Rock Port High School Gymnasium.

This year’s meal was catered by Paula’s Cafe, Craig, Missouri, and Ben Johnson provided entertainment.

The business meeting was conducted, and names were drawn for prizes. Gubser Farms won the grand prize of a $250 electric credit, and Bentley Teten won a Kindle Fire, the children’s grand prize.

Also winning children’s prizes were the following: Ryan Love, sidewalk chalk; Emma Teten, light-up water squirter; Blayne Gubser, headphones; Lincoln Jackson, football; Eli Rogers, Wave bouncer ball; Evan Rogers, wiffle bat and ball; Haley Love, sidewalk chalk; Bentley Teten, light-up water squirter; Nash Schomburg, headphones; Ryan Love, kickball; Emma Teten, basketball; Blayne Gubser, volleyball; Eli Rogers, pool hammock; Evan Rogers, Wave bouncer ball; Lincoln Jackson, ladder ball; Lincoln Jackson, pool chair lounge; Blayne Gubser, soccer ball; and Haley Love, Jetson scooter.

Other adult prize winners were: Bill Hawkins, Hamilton Beach hand mixer; Larry E. Wright, Husky tool bag; Bressler Farms, Igloo cooler; Steven Stenzel, $25 electric credit; David W. Rhoades, KitchenSmith immersion blender; Todd R. Herron, Husky 25’ extension cord; Bart Geiger, Husky LED flashlight; Benjamin Lucas, Husky LED headlamp and pliers; Dennis Mier, $25 electric credit; John Webster, Black & Decker electric griddle; Ben Rogers, toaster; Neal Voltmer, BBQ grill utensil set; Stacey E. Voltmer, 25’ lightweight hose; Betty Herron, Oster electric skillet; Bill C. Taylor, $25 electric credit; Carl E. Shelton, 7-quart Crockpot; Glen Stenzel, Husky locking pliers and hammer; Warren D. Rolofson, Kidde smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector; Big Lake Baptist Church, Mr. Coffee 12 cup coffee maker; Chris Staples, $25 electric credit; Marvin Reents Living Trust, Husky 12-in-1 ratcheting screwdriver; Dale Marshall, bag chair & insulated cup; Robert Porter, Amazon Fire TV Stick; Steven Sheldon, Dash mini waffle maker; Turner Estate, $25 electric credit; Derek Teten, Husky 16’ ratchet tie downs; Dennis Peregrine, surge protector and Stanley tape measure; Joy L. Trimmer, KitchenSmith electric kettle; Edward Ingram, Dash popcorn maker; M.L. Peters & N.A. Peters Ramily Rev. Trust, $25 electric credit; Fred Weaver, BBQ grill utensil set; David Hume, fishing rod and reel; Frances Brannen, bag chair and insulated cup; Leon Love, Blink doorbell; Jade Wright, $25 electric credit; Richard Athen, 2-quart Crockpot; Kenneth Lane, Husky 25’ extension cord; Edith Beasing, Igloo cooler; Lowell Lauman, Dash sandwich maker; Richard Jackson, $25 electric credit; Michael Peters, Stinger 2.5 gallon shop vac; Whelan Farms, surge protector and Stanley tape measure; Mark Kahn, Kidde smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector; James D. Holtz, Mr. Coffee Iced+Hot; Russell R. Herron, $25 electric credit; Gaylen R. Swanson, Power XL air fryer; Scott Deatz, JBL wireless speaker; Shirley Hughes, Amazon Fire TV Stick; Cameron Pope, 25’ lightweight hose; State Line Farm Co., $25 electric credit; Roger J. McCoy, Husky 16’ ratchet tie downs; Cow Branch Farms, Husky 50-piece mechanics set; Cunningham Farms Inc., Husky LED flashlight; Julia Bennington, Kindle; Shirley Stoner Rev Living Trust, $25 electric credit; Carroll R. Jones, 32” TV; Richard E. Thomas, Keurig K-Slim coffee maker; Marlene Demott, Blink camera set; and William R. Smith, Pelican cooler (Border States).