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May 2018 Minutes

May Monthly Meeting Minutes

Melissa Bird introduced herself and welcomed everyone to the May Luncheon. There were 18 members and 2 guests present at this month’s meeting.

Motion to approve April meeting minutes, 1st Melinda Novak and 2nd Jeff Vaughn.

Our current treasurer report was $4,373.97.

Melissa reminded members to invite guests to the meetings so we can grow the membership and to register for the meetings online.

Old business:

Members who took name tags last meeting to reach out to people who aren’t coming said they are still working on reaching out.

Two students from Penn Highlands may be interested in working on our website. That will be an ongoing project and Ed Porada will provide an update next time he is in attendance.

New business:

$2.49 Bake Shoppe recently opened in the East Hills plaza. Sue Henry suggested we send them a welcome basket and invite them to a free lunch. Karen O’Shea mentioned sending them chocolate covered strawberries instead. Motion to send chocolate covered strawberries, 1st Sue Henry and 2nd Larry Crespo.

We had mail to pass around that asked for donations for different functions. Junior Achievement Program, YWCA Greater Johnstown and Community Arts Center of Cambria County asked for donations. We had a motion by Sue Henry to donate $50.00 to each organization. Stan Haberkorn gave a second motion to approve.

We passed around the box of new business cards that we hand out to other people to invite them to lunch. All members were invited to take a few. Melissa will have the box of cards if anyone needs more or didn’t get them.

30 second commercials at the end of our meeting.

Next month’s guest speaker will be Mike Kane from Community Foundation for the Alleghenies. He will be discussing how to start a scholarship for the organization. Next month’s meeting with be held on June 21st at Flair of Country Banquet Hall.

Stan Haberkorn is next month’s free lunch winner.

50/50 winner was Andi Cveykus.

Motion to adjourn, Sue Henry and Roger Luther.

 

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