PCC Board of Trustees report
Sound Consumer | June 2014
There was no board meeting in April. We’ll report on the May 27 board meeting and the 2014 election results in the July Sound Consumer. The next board meeting is June 24 at the co-op office at 5 p.m. Member comment period is at 7 p.m.
The members met on April 29 at St. Demetrios Hall. The board and management reported on the co-op’s stellar results from 2013. The texts of their remarks are now posted on our website on the annual meeting page. We’ll print excerpts from both reports in the July Sound Consumer.
The board candidates also were introduced to the membership and each gave brief remarks. Voting in this year’s election began that evening and ended on May 15. Results of the elections are now posted on the election page on our website and in all stores.
The education portion of our meeting was devoted to a celebration of PCC’s first 60 years. Director of sustainability Diana Chapman presented a preview of the historical document she is working on and the members were very excited about the look back. The work on the archival document continues. See "We want your story" (below) to participate.
We want your story
Several stories about our co-op’s colorful past were shared at the 2014 annual membership meeting but they barely scratched the surface — because they didn’t include yours.
You are invited to share a special memory or experience of your own history as a PCC member, together with any photographs or PCC memorabilia that may still be in your possession. Here’s how:
Submit in writing or by e-mail by August 15:
- First and last name
- E-mail address
- Daytime telephone number
- PCC member since
- Memory or experience (250 words or less)
- Description of photo(s) or memorabilia
E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Please include "PCC History" in subject line)
Postal mail to:
PCC Natural Markets
4201 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Thank you! Together we’ll make certain the PCC story never is forgotten. Look for future notices about how we’ll share everyone’s input after it has been compiled and preserved.