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Minutes of our last meeting:

RCBA

Board Meeting Minutes

January 4, 2020 – 8:30 a.m.

The Robinson Community Building Association Board met Saturday, January 4, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. Those present were President Greg Bryant, Richard Tesoriero, Gary Ramey, Angie Muckey, Sarah Davies, and Judi Bruning. David and Ivy Nunn were guests.

President Greg Bryant called the meeting to order.

The minutes of the December meeting were read and approved.

Greg also reported the election results and that there were no changes to the Board.

The board approved renewal of the bulk mail permit.

The RCBA Treasurer’s Report was $3,393.39.

Following was a short discussion regarding the Sunday dinner. Richard had some questions about it. He informed the Board that the Social Club would like to donate funds for one of the upcoming Sunday dinners, in an effort to help out the store and the community.

At this point, Greg told the Board about a Club that he and Susan are starting called Meadowlark Ukulele Society. They were asking about the possibility of holding the meetings in the back of the store. There were no objections to the request.

He also mentioned that he and Susan have a collection of CD’s they’d like to bring to the store for anyone to purchase at $.50 each. This was also approved.

SNAP card service was the next item of discussion. Greg encouraged everyone to watch the video regarding it, and he told us that a training is required for all volunteers and all Board members. He will do the training and give the test.

The meeting adjourned at 9:20 a.m.

About Greg Bryant

I teach writing and literature at Highland Community College in northeast Kansas.
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