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Board Meeting Minutes - May 17, 2018

Present:

  • Pam Merchanthouse, President (Friends Fellowship Community)
  • Dakota Collins (City of Richmond)
  • Beth Fields (Wayne County Government)
  • Jenie Lahmann (Morrisson-Reeves Library
  • Tim Love (Reid Hospital & Health Care Services)
  • Chris Mopps (Richmond Power and Light)
  • Richard Peterson (Porter Advertising, LLC)
  • Rob Tidrow, (Richmond Community Schools)
  • Jane Holman (Executive Director, WayNet.org, Ex-Officio)

Absent:

  • Aubrey Blue, Secretary (Cope Environmental Center)
  • Lynn Knight, (Earlham College)

Call to Order:

The meeting was called to order by Vice President Pam Merchanthouse at approximately 12:03 PM in the Clarence Brown Research Center of Morrisson-Reeves Library. Jenie Lahmann welcomed the Board to the Library and the new Center.

Old Business

Approval of Minutes

It was noted that the minutes presented from the March 22, 2018 meeting did not accurately reflect that Beth Fields was absent. Rob Tidrow motioned to approve the minutes with the correction. Jenie Lahmann seconded the motion and it was passed unanimously.

New Business

Balance Sheet Review

The Balance Sheet was reviewed. Jane Holman reported the possibility that the organization may not be able to survive another year under the current financial situation. Richard Peterson made a motion to approval the balance sheet with a second by Beth Fields. The motion was unanimously passed.

Director's Report

Jane Holman shared the Director's Report. Highlight from the report include two new members and the taping of Wayne County Connections with Habitat for Humanity and the Model T Museum.

Open Board Positions

Jane Holman shared that the name of Stephanie Wright of First Bank Richmond had been shared with her as a possible board member.

Adjournment:

There being no further business, Rob Tidow motioned to adjourn the meeting which was seconded by Tim Love and unanimously approved at approximately 12:47 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

Dakota Collins, Secretary

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