Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting

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Save the date for GreyStone's first drive-thru Annual Meeting!

Bring your copy of the October Georgia Magazine with you to receive your prize! 

Mark your calendars and save the date for GreyStone Power's 84th Annual Meeting of Members, which will take place on Saturday, Oct. 9, from 8 to 10 a.m. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and an abundance of caution, this year’s Annual Meeting will be a drive-thru event. Members will not be required to get out of their vehicles.

“We were looking forward to returning to an in-person event this year, but due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, we felt we had to transition to a drive-thru event,” says GreyStone President/CEO Gary Miller.

Those members who register at the Annual Meeting will receive a free gift. To simplify registration, bring your copy of the October Georgia Magazine. The member will also receive an email allowing them to show a QR Code digitally during registration. The member (whose name is on the bill) must be present to register.

The event will be at GreyStone’s new headquarters at 3400 Hiram Douglasville Highway in Hiram, with members entering at Ridge Road. We are excited to welcome members to our new facility in Paulding County.

Members will still have the opportunity to win door prizes and the grand prize, a 2012 Ford F-150 4x4 Supercab truck retired from the GreyStone fleet. 

Members have a voice in the operation of their electric cooperative through the election of directors. Annually, three of the nine positions on GreyStone’s Board of Directors are elected by members. Every member may vote on every position to elect directors. The following three directors were nominated by the Nominating Committee: Genevieve B. Cole, District 1; Neal Dettmering, District 4; and Jim Johns; District 8. No additional candidates were nominated by member petition. See the back of the October Georgia Magazine issue for your ballot.
Formed in 1936, GreyStone Power is celebrating 85 years in business. We have grown from the small co-op once known as the Farmers Electrical Association to one of the largest electric co-ops in the state and nation, which today serves more than 123,000 members in eight counties.
To learn about the latest updates and registration information, stay tuned to this page and our Facebook page,
GreyStone’s 2020 Annual Meeting of Members was held virtually, and you can view that meeting on GreyStone’s YouTube page at
Thank you for your participation in the business of your cooperative!
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