Present: Guy Allan, Danna Webster, Todd Rosenbach, Ruth Bramhall, Christina Hallock, Scott Gallacher, Mary Jackson, Tracy Oliverra, CC Williams, Amy Faeth, Edie Morgan, Phyllis Henry, Rosina Vertz, Frank Grubaugh, Laurie Rice, George Robison, Ed Robison, Michael Ouellette, Barb Heard, Larry Seaquist, Jud Morris, Jessica Wisberger, Ted Ralston, Cheryl Johnson, Stan Flemming and Gary Schrier
Secretary’s Report: MSP
Treasurer’s Report: Available on the first of the month at the Business Meeting.
Old Business: None
New Business: Frank Grubaugh announced that the KP Vets are selling engraved bricks for $45 for up to 3 lines to raise money for a flag pole at Gateway Park. You can contact Lois Uram at 253-884-4551.
The Tree lighting ceremony will be at the Key Center Corral on December 7, 2014 at 4:pm. Santa will attend.
Guest Speaker: Stan Flemming: Pierce County Council there will b e a recount of votes due to a close race. He did a great wrap up of all he’s done for the Key Peninsula this past year. Thanks Stan!
Individual Reports: Guy Allan, Fire chief, reported a need for more money for their budget. They will also be co hosting the December 6th Santa Breakfast.
Danna Webster of the KP Community Council thanked KP parks for helping to fund the Farm tour. Steve with WSDOT will be at the next meeting, December 10, for a SR 302 update.
Todd Rosenbach of LPL Financial helped pour wine for some scouts and a great cause.
Ruth Bramhall of the Longbranch Church also participated in the Farm tour.
Christina Hallock of the KP Parks is the new marketing and Recreation contact.
Scott Gallacher of the KP Parks announced that the tickets for the Breakfast with Santa they are co sponsoring with the Fire Department will have pre sale tickets for $5 and $10 at the door. The times are at 8:30, 9:15, and 10:45. Also the next meeting will be December 3rd at 6:30 @ Minter creek Elementary.
Mary Jackson of Lake Kathryn Village will be having an Open house at Purdy Costless Drugs on December 6th.
Tracy Oliverra of Serenity Salon is getting ready to be our 2015 KPBA president.
CC Williams of Better Properties is happy with business picking up.
Amy Faeth of ServPro of Gig Harbor is happy to join us and would be happy to help all with any clean ups.
Edie Morgan of The Mustard Seed Project would love to hear from anyone that would like to participate or hear their annual Random Acts of Caroling on Saturday, December 13th. They are also happy to announce that they are moving forward with the visibility study and looking for property in Key Center to purchase.
Phyllis Henry with the Angel Guild are very busy and everything is going fast.
Rosina Vertz of the Key Center Library will be hosting a Holiday Concert on December 6th at 2:pm sponsored by the Friends of the Key Center Library.
Frank Grubaugh of the KP Veteran’s announced the brick sale and the progression of the reading program for the schools.
Laurie Rice of the Toastmasters is just joining us as she is taking over as president.
George Robison of the KP Lions Club announced that they were able to provide dictionaries to the elementary schools and pocket constitutions to the Key Peninsula Middle School.
Ed Robison of Civil Engineering had nothing new to report.
Michael Ouellette of Frog Creek Lodge is glad to be a new member and to have had the help of Barb Heard and her husband in the KP Highway cleanup.
Barb Heard of the Sound Credit Union wants all to know that the KP Vets will be putting up the giving tree in the bank next week.
Larry Seaquest our State Legislator rep until the end of December will continue to be with us as a member of the KPBA and will keep fighting for better education. Thanks Larry!
Jessica Wisberger of Office Consulting reports staying busy.
Jud Morris of Family Resources wants to thank Stan Flemming for all the financial help this year.
Ted Ralston wanted to thank everyone for participating in Make a Difference day.
Cheryl Johnson of Costco says that the $20 off of the executive membership campaign is coming to an end.
Gary Schrier of Wave Cable have added coverage by the baseball field at Volunteer park and at the Red Barn.
Next Meetings: 12/5/14 @ 7:30 AM at Homeport and 12/19/14 @noon at El Sombrero