The file includes: notes on planning workshops; lists of delegates, directors, committees, staff attending, guests; sketch map showing the meeting location; recommendations for future annual meetings; invitation to social evening.
This series consists of minutes of Annual Meetings, the Board of Directors meetings, and the Executive Committee meetings. Includes annual addresses of President George Sayle (1971-1973). Includes minutes and documents of special meetings regarding the relationship between UFA Co-op and Alberta Co-operative Wholesale Association (1947-1952). Includes a copy of the (unapproved) minutes of the 2010 Annual Meeting.
The Board of Directors is the governing body of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative. It was originally composed of 7 Directors, each representing a District and elected from among the Delegates representing the Sub-Districts of the UFA Co-op trading area. In 2008 the number of Directors was changed to 12, elected at large from among the Delegates. The Directors elect from among themselves an Executive Committee consisting of a President and two (originally one) Vice-Presidents.
The 1964-1973 minutes were accumulated by Director Andrew Silver and donated by Ken Hoppins.
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative
The Risk and Information Management Department of United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative has a complete run of minutes of Annual Meetings, Board of Directors meetings, and Executive meetings.
This series consists of publications of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Ltd., usually issued at the time of the Annual Meeting, containing reviews of the previous year's activities and financial transactions. In many years, more than one annual report was issued. Titles of the reports vary, and include Annual Report, Annual Review, and Board of Directors Report. The series includes audited financial statements which were issued separately in some years. The reports were issued for a fiscal year ending on July 31, until December 31, 1969, when accounting was switched to a calendar year basis.
The file includes: Report to Annual Meeting of Delegates, Febraury 19-20, 1982, Hotel Fort Garry, Winnipeg, Manitoba, for the year ending October 31. 1981 / The Canadian Co-operative Implements Limited. Includes related news release, agenda, and notes [by Jim Johnson?].
The file includes draft agreements with governments and co-operative enterprises for refinancing of Co-op Implements; reports summarizing and analyzing the refinancing plan; related resolutions passed at the Co-op Implements Annual Meeting; comments by solicitors; correspondence; and notes by Jim Johnson or other UFA Co-op staff member.
The file includes the Annual Report of Canadian Co-operative Implements Ltd.for 1983 and notice of meeting; agenda; notes (probably by Gerry Metz); and the notice of meeting, agenda, and minutes of the Series A and B Preference Share Holders' Meeting.
The file contains the annual report for 1984; financial statements for 1984; notice of meeting; agenda; notes (probably by Gerry Metz); and notice of meeting, agenda, and minutes of the Preference Shareholders' meeting.
The file contains photographs and thank-you correspondence from recipients of UFA co-op's charitable donations: Ag Expo (Lethbridge), [Alberta Beef Producers' Association?], Alberta Paint Horse Club, and the "abreast of 'bridge" team from the Lethbridge Dragonboat Festival.
The file contains photographs and thank-you correspondence for charitable donations and sponsorships made by UFA Co-op to: Calgary Arabian Horse Association, Calgary Canucks, Camrose Cougars Mosquito baseball team, Canadian Cow Horse Supreme, Canadian Farmers Curling Championship, Canadian Limousin World Congress, Canadian National Junior Shorthorn Expo, Canadian Old Timers Rodeo Association, Canadian Quarter Horse Cup Futurity, Carstairs Bruins Tykes hockey team, Central Spring Holstein Show, Claresholm Figure Skating Club, Cremona Midget A hockey team, and the Czar Rodeo pancake breakfast.
The file consists of photographs of winners and participants in events sponsored by UFA Co-op : , Calgary Stampede Horse Show, Calgary Stampede World Blacksmith Competition and Calgary Stampede World Miniature Donkey Show.
File contains photographs of the Fairview UFA Petroleum Agency, agents Dunc Fentie, Dave Fentie and Clarey Fentie. There are two photos of Dunc Fentie with hockey teams he coached. File also contains a biography form.
This file was held by the Member Relations department.
Dunc "Dunc" Fentie was appointed petroleum agent at Fairview in 1963. In 1981 he was joined by his sons Dave and Clarey. Dunc retired in 1999.