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January:  Bill Cockrell

February:  Richard “Schooner” McGuire

March:  Ted Villarreal

April:  Capt’n Josh

May:  Ted Villarreal

June:  Joel T. Cook / Highway One

July:  Jimi Pappas

August:  Capt’n Josh

September:  Joel T. Cook / Highway One

October:  Jason Webb

November:  John Beck

Jan 13Mar 14

March Council of Pheathers

March 2014

March Council of Pheathers

Held at Friendly Confines

March 24th, 2014

Pam Hausle Call to order 7:13

Submitted by Jackie Dorsey, Secretary

In Attendance:

President Pam Hausle

Vice President Bruce Broulik

Secretary Jackie Dorsey

Treasurer Suzanne Templin

Membership Occifer Amy Clark

Keeper of the Phlock Jeanette Freeman

Communications Occifer Shawn Goos

Communications Occifer Norbert Camacho

Member Advocate Terry Clark

Member Advocate Joe Deluzio

PHormer President Jim “JT” Thomas

Co-Keepers: Lou and Pat Perkins

Member Linda Broulik

Cabana Boy Rich Hausle

Member Mary Lubrano

OCCIFERS REPORTS:

 

SECRETARY’S REPORT:

Minutes for February were submitted to council via email. Revision will made then sent to Shawn to be placed on website. Bank accounts reviewed. Amy Clark made the motion to accept the report Bruce Broulik seconded the motion and the motion passed unanimously.

 

TREASURERS REPORT

Suzanne Templin submitted the monthly report. She also noted that she had some bank charges reversed from FITA. A motion to accept the report was made by Jackie Dorsey and seconded by Amy. It passed unanimously.

 

MEMBERSHIP OCCIFER’S REPORT:

Amy reports 60 people were at the last phlocking. Two people were inducted. Amy submitted membership report. To date there are 315 members including keets. A motion to accept the report was made by Jim Thomas and it was seconded by Jeanette Freeman and the motion was approved unanimously.

 

KEEPER OF THE PHLOCK REPORT:

Jeanette states the Lucky Stars will collect items for Harbor House on behalf of Karen Chappel. After some discussion Bruce agreed to run the raffle and collect for Give Kids the World. The musician will be Rich “Schooner” McGuire. A motion was made by Shawn Goos to accept the report it was seconded by Jim Thomas. Motion was passed unanimously.

 

COMMUNICATIONS OCCIFER’S REPORT:

Norbert asked Shawn to send Emails for volley ball events in order to get more folks out for the fun. A motion was made Jim Thomas by to accept the report it was seconded by Amy Clark. Motion was passed unanimously

 

VICE PRESIDENT’S REPORT:

Give Kids the World pool party will be April 26th. Bruce needs to know a week ahead of time who is coming for security reasons. A motion was made by Shawn Goos to accept the report it was seconded by Amy Clark. Motion was passed unanimously

 

EXECUTIVE OCCIFER’S REPORT:

Norbert Camacho discussed volleyball needs. A motion was made by Amy Clark to accept the report it was seconded by Bruce. Motion was passed unanimously

 

MEMBER ADVOCATE’S REPORT:

Terry announced many members may be jealous of his FITA award winning high scratch game. Other than that, he has no complaints to note. A motion was made by Amy Clark to accept the report it was seconded by Norbert Camacho. Motion was passed unanimously

 

PRESIDENT’S REPORT:

Pam announced she plans to make aprons for the people selling 50/50 and raffle tickets for the phlockings to help identify. She also plans to make extras for next year FITA.

 

OLD BIDNESS:

Photo album of club members is being worked on by Lou Perkins and Don Tompkins

 

NEW BIDNESS:

Due to the fact that there were some many complaints about the Silly Grape, we will not be holding the April Phlocking there. Pam spoke to the manager of Friendly Confines and made a motion to have the Phlocking there this month. Amy Clark seconded the motion. After a short discussion, the motion passed unanimously.

A motion to adjourn made by Norbert and it was seconded by Suzanne Templin the motion was approved unanimously.

Meeting adjourned at 8:28