The meeting was held at the home of David and Rachel Abraham. President Reg Heitchue called the meeting to order at and thanked David and Rachel for hosting the meeting. ExCom members Marilyn Clark, and John Brunelli were not present. The minutes of the August ExCom meeting were approved as distributed.
Treasurer Ray Jones reported and distributed copies of the treasurer’s report.
Wilma Sharer reported. There are no changes in the membership status. We currently have 191 members.
SKI TRIP COMMITTEE
Bob Marx was not present.
Mike Hatanaka reported. There is no new information on the ski trip
evaluations. Wilma said the Snowmass
Trip has 41 going to Snowmass and 12 going on to Beaver Creek. The insurance carrier has been changed. The
The BRSC meeting will be on Sunday 10/2. Charlie Huggins and Glade Flake will be attending.
David Abraham had nothing to report.
Ray McKinley reported on upcoming events. The following events are planned:
The January meeting will not have a quorum, so Ray McKinley will propose an alternate date at the next meeting.
It was suggested that we have a theater trip in DC. Margaret Wyckoff will look into what’s available.
Marvin Hass reported. He said it would be helpful if people submit information for the TOOT by email rather than on paper.
reported. The Frank Shelburne Memorial
hike will be October 29. Shirley Rettig will be leading the hike along a bike path from
Ray Jones said he has the forms to fill out that were
downloaded from a web site. He will fill
them out and send them in to the
Fortieth Anniversary dinner
Rachel Abraham reported on the
David Abraham suggested buying an adequate supply of wine
and having the treasury pay for the cost of the wine. Nancy McKinley suggested picking a date and
getting a reservation. Reg Heitchue proposed that we
tentatively select Sat. Nov. 5 as a date and have Rachel continue to pursue
negotiations with the
No new information.
Discussion was tabled until the next meeting.
Reg Heitchue has not yet talked to John Smith about insurance. Margaret Wyckoff said that John is working on it.
There was some discussion as to what constitutes an absentee member. Should a criterion for absentee membership be that you have to be a regular member first? How far away does a member have to live to be considered an absentee member? Should we just leave things the way they are? David Abraham motioned that persons may apply for absentee membership if their primary residence is at least 75 miles from the DC boundary. Mike Strand seconded the motion. Reg Heitchue suggested that we table the motion and bring it up at the next meeting. Mike Strand so motioned, seconded by Ray McKinley.
The meeting was adjourned at .