Beady Bunch Meeting Minutes for Nov 23, 2010
Congratulations Madame President!
The November meeting was called to order by Gail May with 11 members present.
Lisa Dryden gave the Treasurer’s report with our current balance. She will be making payments for the upcoming Judy Walker workshop, club business cards and to the church for our meeting room use for the year.
Beady Bunch cards were distributed to the members so they can hand them out to prospective members.
Old Business: Discussion was opened about promoting the spring Bead Bazaar, Gail has some flyers that can be posted in key locations. Denise offered to re work the flyer. Lisa has a list of media to contact for extra coverage of the event.
It was suggested that we add a “Current Events” tab on our web site to promote the event and include web site links to bazaar vendors as a way to enhance their exposure and make it more appealing to have a booth. It was suggested that we start in January with a PR committee.
New officer vote as follows:
Vice President…..Julie Overby
Marilyn moved and Charlene seconded, all approved.
Approval of volunteer positions: Judy Citta Librarian and Joni Stinson Web site person.
We were reminded that our yearly dues of $18 are due in January, if not paid by February then they should be mailed to Lisa, with the check made out to The Beady Bunch.
For the January meeting members are to bring a snack to share and a UFO or the November beaded bead project if you need more help from Joan.
Julie’s challenge project was put on hold until January since only 5 members brought their contribution. Chris suggested that we donate the finished projects to the Edna Perkins project.
Joan made a motion to offer an incentive for finishing the challenge such as gift certificates to the Papio Bead Store paid for by the club in the amount of $25,$15 & $10. The prize winners will be voted on by members. Lisa seconded the motion and it was approved.
Gail reminded us that it is Jim’s last night to bring his beads, so stock up everyone!
The meeting was adjourned, followed by show and tell and a lesson by Joan Duggan on a right angle weave beaded bead.
Denise Stahl, Secretary