Thursday May 13 2021 @6:00 – 7:00 pm
Join us for an online presentation of our Annual Report, hosted by the Board of Directors of the Littleton Food Co-op. Entertainment will include a short film about our cooperative as well as music by the Barnyard Incident, and we’ll be giving away raffle prizes and Littleton Co-op gift cards.
This meeting will be held online via zoom. Please RSVP on Eventbrite and we will email you a link to the meeting as the date approaches. During the meeting attendees will be muted, and we’ll be hosting a live, moderated chat so that community members can ask questions.
RSVP early! The first 75 RSVPs will receive a free Local Tasting Tote, full of sample-size snacks and goodies to share during the meeting.
We thought it would be nice to be able to share food together, even though this is a virtual event! The Tasting Tote will contain a variety of sample-size snacks and goodies from local producers for you to enjoy during the meeting. We’ll also include a can of locally-produced Woodstock Brewery root beer so that we can share a toast to celebrate 12 years of cooperation!
Totes are limited to (1) per Membership, and will be available for pickup on Wednesday May 12, the day before the Annual Meeting. Please don’t reserve a Tote if you are unable to come to the Co-op to pick it up on that day. Due to their perishable nature, unfortunately we cannot hold, mail, or deliver Tasting Totes (sorry!). Before pickup day we’ll send a reminder to attendees with more information and instructions about picking up their Tote.
During the meeting we’ll be giving away prizes to attendees who RSVP, including stickers, gift baskets, co-op logo gear, and gift cards!
This year our Annual Report will be published as part of the Spring issue of the Radish, our store magazine. We’ll link it here when it’s ready so that you can read ahead.
Joining the Meeting: When you first join the meeting you will be placed in a virtual waiting room. The host will admit participants one at a time, so please be patient. All participants will be muted and have video turned off when entering the meeting. Please leave your video off. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Chat: We will have a chat available so that attendees can ask questions. The chat will be moderated by Co-op staff, and we will answer and direct questions as time allows. While we welcome open and candid discourse, we ask that everyone behave respectfully to our staff and fellow attendees.
Accessibility Note: This webinar series will have auto-generated closed captions at the bottom of the screen that can be turned on or off. We will also be recording the meeting so that it may be viewed later.
Browser: Please make sure your web browser (e.g., Chrome, Safari) is updated for the best experience on Zoom. If you don’t have Zoom already downloaded, you may want to download the free Zoom app ahead of time here: https://zoom.us/download .
Zoom features: If you are not familiar with Zoom feel free to practice in advance, making sure you know how to mute and unmute (some functions will be limited during the meeting to minimize disruptions), post a comment in the chat, and use gallery view.
Your device: If possible, we encourage you to connect to Zoom using a desktop, laptop, or tablet with a webcam (built-in or external) and microphone. You may also join the meeting by calling in on a phone, but you will not be able to see the other meeting attendees and they will not be able to see you.
Connection: If you are joining by computer, please make sure you have a stable WiFi connection or Ethernet cable and ensure your device is fully charged.
Interruptions: In the case that a session is interrupted or the Zoom link does not work, please check your email for a new Zoom link to rejoin the session.