Windsor Manor, Wednesday Evening, April 11, 2018 - Loren Heckathorne
Election of officers was held at the regular meeting. Jerry read the slate of officers. The office of 3rd Vice President was vacant. Charlie Lloyd volunteered to be the new 3rd Vice President. Steve Jordening made a motion, 2nd by Loren Heckathorne to close nominations and cast a unanimous ballot for the slate. Motion passed.
Bob Hunter reported that the paper truck is out. The load was 19,340 lbs, which is $386.80. This makes 1,426,000 lbs and $26,257 since we began this recycling program.
Willy Morfitt had nothing new to report for eyeglasses.
The Nevada Lions Club held its regular Board of Directors meeting, April 11, 2018, in the Windsor Manor dining room. President Jerry Radke called the meeting to order at 8:19 pm and acted as Chairperson, with the following members present:
John Beals Loren Heckathorne Bob Hunter Carlene Hunter Charlene Jarboe Steve Jordening Charlie Lloyd Paul Malsom Willy Morfitt Jerry Radke Susan Radke Mike Seaboch
Secretary Heckathorne read the minutes from the Mar 14 Board meeting. Susan Radke made a motion to approve the Minutes as read, Second by Charlene Jarboe. Motion passed.
Treasurer John Beals presented the financial report. Mike Seaboch made a motion to accept John's report, Second by Carlene Hunter. Motion passed.
Bills of account: Windsor Manor billed $154 for meals in March. No motion is needed for Windsor Manor meals. Also, there was bill for sacks to Bob Hunter for $30.90. Charlene Jarboe made a motion to pay the bill, Second by Charlie Lloyd. Motion passed.
Bob reported, again, that the truck load of paper is gone. The weight was light because of too much cardboard and also because there was an increase in the amount of shredded paper.
Mike Seaboch reported that Kum and Go was purchased by White Oak, but they still plan to recycle paper with us.
Willy Morfitt reported that there were no new requests for eyeglasses.
Charlene reported on the scholarships. The school does try to honor our first request. The criteria are what they did and how well they did. The scholarship committee does have information about how much they need for school, but doesn't include the financial status of the parents.
We are going to do only breakfast for Odyssey of the Mind, as there weren't enough people signed up to do the lunch. Breakfast is served from 6:30 to 9:30 am and the dates are Wednesday May 23 thru Saturday May 27. At least for now, nobody is signed up for Sunday May 28.
For our pancake fundraiser, Charlene is ordering things. She ordered 60 lbs of sausage. Pick up is Friday. The hours 8 to12 contradicts what was on the street signs. Charlie Lloyd made a motion to change the time in the paper and on the flyer to be 7 to 11 am, but for this event only, Second by Susan Radke. Motion passed.
We are planning to serve a meal for the Youth Exchange Camp. Charlene (leader), Loren and Willy volunteered to do the meal this year.
Jim Fenn reported on peach sales and said that it is too early to start now. At some point we need to get prepared. The company will contact Jim, probably in May. We should start selling in June.
Charlene reported that there are no scholarship materials yet. Charlene and Charlie will do this later, when they receive the student's applications. Graduation day is last Sunday in May, which is May 28.
Jerry talked about who from our club has received a Warren Coleman award. Jerry sent me a list via email.
Loren Heckathorne, Secretary
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