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Elm Creek & Marquette Co-ops Amalgamation Vote a big YES!

It was a very resounding "yes." Elm Creek and Marquette Co-ops set out to amalgamate their respective operations to increase stability and provide members with more options. The idea rolled around for ten years, and steps were just made to move forward and do it. April 9th saw Elm Creek hold the vote, and 97 per cent were in favour. Marquette Co-op held its vote April 11th, with 95 per cent in favour. See More....

 

 

Board of Directors:

 

General Manager:

Dave Henderson

Dave has over 25 years of experience in the Co-operative Retailing System. Quality Products and Excellence in Customer Service at a fair price is what we strive for.

 

 

Check Out Our Video!!

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In honour of our 85th Anniversary we held a competition at our local high school, challenging students to create a promotional video for Elm Creek Co-op.

 

The video you are about to view is the winning entry.

Click Here or on the above image to view the video.

 

Significant Dates:

1928

Co-op incorporated

1960

Bought first 1 ton barrel delivery truck

1965

Bought shop garage

1974

Built new store beside garage

1989

Built new warehouse across from store,  Tore down original Co-op store, dismantled bulk plant

1992

Renovated inside of Co-op store

1999

Major renovations and expansion. Installed  Cardlock. Complete upgrade to facility.

2001/2

 

Complete Service Bay upgrade. Commissioned Operator took over 2002.

2003/4

Purchased Mack Fuel Truck; New Service Centre floor; Co-op introduces Grocery, Liquor, Lottery & Tobacco (following closure of local store). Warehouse expansion completed.

2005/6

New floor plan (store) completed May 2006 - more room to Grocery & Hardware. Offices temporarily moved to office trailer.

2007

Construction of new Office/Sales addition.

2009

Moved into newly expanded office area

2010

Installed new coolers & freezers. Began selling Premium Gas & Dyed Regular Gas.

2011

Successfully expanded into large appliance sales. Increased floor space by removing Boardroom. Re-paved customer parking area to south of building.

2012

Expanded truck parking. Moved compound to north-east of building - expanded and fenced. Bought new Freightliner fuel truck.

2013

Small extension added to main building by closing in the previously-open garden centre This increased floor space & productivity.

2014

 

3 new freezers added - Look out for many new products!

 

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Contact Information:

Elm Creek Cooperative Oil & Supplies Ltd.

Box 130, Elm Creek, MB, R0G 0N0

Phone: (204) 436-2493

Text: (204) 745-7197

Fax: (204) 436-2391

Hours:

7:00am to 6:00pm

Monday to Saturday

Closed Sundays and Holidays

ATM available in-store

 

 

 

 

President: Michelle Lepp

Box 100 Elm Creek MB. R0G 0N0. Ph: 204-436-2125  Cell: 204-750-3069  miacres@yahoo.com

 

Vice President: Willie Schroeder

Box 160 Elm Creek MB. R0G 0N0.  Ph: 204-436-2534 Cell 204-745-8041 lwsch83@gmail.com

 

Secretary: Gayle Wolfram

Box 339 Elm Creek, MB, R0G 0N0. Ph: 204-436-3259

Cell: 204-745-9615  pronet@pnscanada.net

 

General Manager: Dave Henderson

Box 151 Elm Creek, MB. R0G 0N0. Ph: 204-436-2717  Cell: 204-293-1378  elmcreekcoop@mts.net

 

Director: Jan Willem Jongsma

Box 144 Haywood MB. R0G 0W0.  Ph: 204-379-2198  Cell: 204-750-2311  mirnav22@hotmail.com

 

Director: Mark Boyachek

Box 400 Elm Creek Mb. R0G 0N0

Cell: 204-999-6666

boyko840@hotmail.com

 

Director: Garnet Williams

Box 138 St. Claude, Man. R0G 1Z0

Ph: 204-379-2902

EMail: BevCW@mts.net

 

Director: Larry Perrin

Box 346 Oakville, MB. R0H 0Y0  Ph: 204-267-2119 or 204-239-6308 lperrin33@hotmail.com

 

Junior Representative: Shelby Dheilly

Box 22 Elm Creek MB. R0G 0N0.   shelbydheilly02@gmail.ca

 

 

Junior Representative: Jaylyn Deurbrouck

 

 

 

Committees:

Environment & Finance -  Michelle Lepp (Chair); Dave Henderson; Gayle Wolfram; Willie Schroeder.

 

Member & Employee Relations - Larry Perrin (Chair), Mark Boyacheck, Shelby Dheilly, Michelle Lepp, Dave Henderson,

 

Image & Fixed Assets - Jan Willem Jongsma (Chair); Garnet Williams, Jaylyn Deurbrouck, Dave Henderson, Michelle Lepp.

 

 

Original Board of Directors: (All were farmers in the Elm Creek district)

  • H.W. Barager

  • R. Ivey

  • H.C. Hargest

  • Ed Clucas

  • N.W. Scott

  • R.A. Hargest

  • George Sharp.

Elm Creek Coop History

 

"To provide the residents of Elm Creek and surrounding areas with goods and services for their consumption and use on a co-operative basis"  (extracted from the Elm Creek Co-op's Board minutes)

This was the original purpose of the Co-op. Those services have been provided by Elm Creek Co-op since 1928, and are still provided today. The very day the Co-op was granted it's charter, the price of gasoline dropped by 6 cents per gallon in the Elm Creek District. This was to set an example for years to come, showing that Co-ops are a benefit to the community. The picture above is of Co-op in 1970

The Elm Creek Co-op has undergone many changes since 1928, both financially and physically. Members, Board Members, Management, and Staff have all benefited from this business over the years. Co-op has provided employment for families in the area & many have served on the Elm Creek Board, and learned the Co-operative way. The picture to the left shows Co-op in1985. Some early products are pictured to the right

Although a great many people have been involved in our  Co-op since 1928, one name remembered by most is Archie Janzen - manager of the Co-op for many years.  He also served on Provincial Credit Union Boards, as well as Co-op Federation Boards.

The Co-op has faced many challenges through the years, none more difficult than the economic downturn during the 1980s. It survived!!!!!!!! Today there are still challenges to face, but we have a stronger Co-op because of it's loyal membership. the picture to the right shows co-op in early 1989.

Taken from: "Elm Creek Centennial History Book, 

1892 to 1992 - A Century of Memories" 

 

What you see today is after many years of extensive planning with FCL and Elm Creek Co-ops Board and Management. The Grand Opening took place during Co-op Week in October of 1999, with over 300 people attending the celebration.