Breakfast Meeting: January 8, 2016 @ 7:30AM
Present: Tracey Oliveira, Barb Heard, Frank Grubaugh, Mary Williams, Kim & Gwen Quon, Scott Gallacher, Rosina Vertz, Richard Kelly, Ed Robison, Cheryl Johnson and Todd Rosenbach.
Secretary’s Report: Minutes not yet distributed.
Treasurer’s Report: Approved as presented following questions and explanations.
Dinner Updates: Per Tracey, all is going as scheduled including dinner, coffee, name tags and certificates, with centerpieces yet to be determined.
Brochure Committee Updates: Per Scott, Sir Speedy (Tacoma) can print brochures next Wednesday. Motion approved to accept bid of $1400 + tax (5000 ea) for printing costs. A larger brochure is planned for the future.
Auction Committee Update: Per Rosina, donations are coming in, while more are welcome. There is interesting artwork being donated by Angel Guild.
Dessert Auction: Per Barb, three more dessert items are needed for the expected 12 tables. Consider providing that special dessert (purchase or bake yourself) that will have donations “flying off the table” for that first dessert pick. Very exciting!
Parks Dept. Presentation Discussion: Per Scott, numerous KP Parks sponsorship opportunities exist ranging from single donations to ongoing commitments. Some opportunities include: 4th of July Hot Dog Social, exercise equipment, benches at Gateway. The question is how does the KPBA want to be represented, and to determine the parameters of keeping our nonprofit status with potential sponsorships. Voting will take place at the February business meeting.
Upcoming Committee for Updates to the Bylaws and Donation Policies: Will wait to organize until after the KPBA Dinner.
Refund 26th District Democrats: Motion approved to refund $75 membership fees due to their information not posted on KPBA website.
Harbor Wild Watch request: Per Tracey, letter received requesting sponsorship for educational programs. No action taken at this time, will move to Feb/March meeting.
Scholarship Committee: Barb, Ed and Todd will meet in March to determine KPBA scholarship recipients.
Sound Credit Union Account/Change Signers: Motion was approved to remove Brandy Ellzey and add Mary Williams (treasurer) to the bank account. Tracey Oliveira(president) will remain on the account.
Individual Business Reports
Frank G: The fire department is happy that assessed values are coming in higher.
Mary W: Backpacks for Kids is in a state of transition regarding job responsibilities. Looking for suggested fundraiser activities.
Kim Q: Self employed architect just moved to the KP from California.
Gwen is a horse and dog trainer.
Scott G: Shawn Jensen is replacing Bill Trandum on the KP Parks board. A seasonal maintenance person is needed. The trailer was broken into again. Next event is the Pet Easter Egg Hunt on March 19.
Rosina V: Presentation by the “Bug Man” is tomorrow. The library will be reaching out to the community for suggested needs.
Richard K: KP Veterans had a successful Tree of Giving season. The bricks are in!
Ed R: Busy with his engineering business.
Cheryl J: Costco is planning a business membership promotion soon.
Tracey O: Serenity Salon was busy during the holidays, is fully staffed with a massage person that can also do skin care.
Todd R: Establishing office hours for Key Center (T & F) and Purdy (M W Th). Remember, investing is a long term adventure.
Barb H: Planning on attending a workshop on hoarding.
Lunch Meeting January 15th, 2016 12:00pm at El Sombrero