Wednesday, September 01, 2004
Minutes of the General Meeting, 14 June 2004
In the absence of both the President and the Vice-president, the Secretary called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m.. It was noted that it was Flag Day. Following the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag, she welcome several guests. The Secretary read the minutes of the May meeting which were approved as read. The Treasurer s report indicated a checking account balance of $2,554.62 as of 31 May 2004.
The Chair announced that the July and August workshops would be on brickwalls. Members are asked to submit their brickwalls to the Society s mail list and then other members would offer suggestions for solving the puzzles. Members were also asked to bring something for show and tell.
Computer Committee Chairman, Frank Bryan, again said he would help anyone with PAF and would hold a class on it when he had several students signed up.
Membership Chairman, Jodelle Wilson, said the door prizes would be a book, a syllabus, and two magazine racks.
Publications Chairman, Barbara Maloney, said the June newsletter was available and that members should sign when they pick up a copy. Copies will be mailed to those not attending this meeting.
Acting Program Chairman, Glenice Fablinger, announced that Barbara Maloney will speak on Andersonville Prison at the September meeting.
During the break, Marjorie Henson provided refreshments. The drawing for the door prizes was held after the break.
Lila Sandstrom introduced the speaker, Sylvia McAuliffe, who spoke on the National Huguenot Society and on Huguenots who settled in Volusia County.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 11:20.