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Board Meeting Minutes - March 21, 2013


  • Jenie Lahmann, President (Morrisson-Reeves Library
  • Pam Merchanthouse, Secretary (Friends Fellowship Community)
  • Dudley Fetzer (First Bank Richmond)
  • Richard Peterson (Porter Advertising, LLC)
  • Tim Love (Reid Hospital and Health Care Services)
  • Gary Arndts (Blue Raptor)
  • Jane Holman (Executive Director, WayNet.org, Ex-Officio)

Call to Order:

President Jenie Lahmann called the meeting to order at 12:00 p.m. in the Richmond Power and Light Conference Room.

Old Business:

The January 17, 2013, minutes were reviewed and corrected to reflect Tim Love's attendance at the last Board Meeting. Tim Love motioned acceptance of the amended minutes and Dudley Fetzer seconded the motion. It passed unanimously.

New Business:

There was a brief discussion of the income and expenses on the balance sheet. Dudley Fetzer made a motion to approve the balance sheet and it was seconded by Richard Peterson. All were in favor.

Jane Holman advised she is an exempt employee which clarifies a question from last month's regular meeting (see 1/17/2013 minutes for employment details.)

Jane Holman recommended acceptance of this waiver for Wayne Co. Challenge. Tim Love made a motion to accept and Gary Arndts seconded. All approved.

Jane Holman discussed membership changes since our last meeting and gave an update on our site plus a review of website traffic.


Being no further business, Jenie Lahmann asked for a motion to adjourn. Richard Peterson made the motion and Tim Love seconded. All approved and the meeting was adjourned at 12:45 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Pam Merchanthouse, Secretary
March 25, 2013


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The Levi Coffin House in Fountain City is recognized as the "Grand Central Station" of the Underground Railroad. Levi and Catharine Coffin were legendary, helping more than 2,000 former slaves escape to freedom in the North.