Key Peninsula Business Association Sept. 4th, 2015 Breakfast Meeting

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The meeting was called to order at 7:35am.
In Attendance: Ruth Bramhall, Brandy Ellzey, Frank Grubaugh, Tara Hendrickson, Dick Kelly, Jud Morris, Tracey
Oliveira, Todd Rosenbach, CC Williams, Scott Gallacher, Marcia Harris, Rosina Vertz, Edie Morgan

Secretary’s Report: Todd Rosenbach made a motion to approve and it was seconded by Frank Grubaugh. Approved as
presented.
Treasurer’s Report: Bank Balance $10371.64. Looking for volunteers for the budget committee to meet in october.
Come to next month’s meeting prepared to sign up.

Old Business:
Peninsula Schools Education Foundation Breakfast: The table has been filled.
Marketing & Web site: Have you seen the web site? Do you have any feedback? If your information does not look
correct, please email taxshack@aol.com.
2016 Election: We need volunteers for the secretary position and the treasurer position. Contact Tracey Oliveira.
Membership Dues – The billing is going out soon and will be due November 15th.

New Business:
Roadside Cleanup: Cleanup is scheduled for 10/10 at 8am. Meet at the Home Park. Breakfast to follow at The
Homeport.
The Angel Guild sent a thank you note for our donation, which will go towards a new porch for their storage shed.
Next month, we will be discussing the Secretary duties under New Business. It has been proposed that we adjust some of
the requirements with regards to the minutes. We will also be re-examining the structure of our meetings with regards to
the individual business reports. If you would like to give feedback, please attend next month’s breakfast meeting.

Individual Reports
Frank Grubaugh, Key Peninsula Fire: Several people over in Eastern WA. Keeping staffing at the minimum (5) right
now. That means if they have multiple calls, it could take them time to get there.
CC Williams, Better Properties: Properties on the peninsula are at a standstill even though they are moving elsewhere.
Ruth Bramhall, Sportsman’s Club: There is a dance tonight. This is a busy month for activities.
Dick Kelly, Key Peninsula Vets: The vets will be out this weekend in Belfair at the Celtic Festival.
Jud Morris, KP Family Resource Center: They are helping kids with school supplies based on supply lists provided.
Brandy Ellzey, KeyFest: Nothing new to report at this time. At the Angel Guild Halloween has sprung!
Tara Hendrickson, The Tax Shack Inc: Tax deadlines are coming up. Identity theft is still a huge problem.
Tracey Oliveira, Serenity Salon: September is a slower month so they are remerchandising.
Todd Rosenbach, LPL Financial: This has been a busy month on the market. Do not worry. Volatility is not always bad.
Marcia Harris, KP Bus Connects: Their 3 day/week schedule starts Tuesday and they are able to take kids home from the
Red Barn.
Rosina Vertz, Key Center Libraray: They have 4 registrations for the tech class right now. 09/19 they will have
somebody there to help you with computer problems. Make an appointment.
Edie Morgan, Mustard Seed: 09/17 they are resuming the community forum and the topic is “Falls Prevention.”
Scott Gallacher, KP Parks: Mary Poppins is playing tonight as the last movie in the movie series. Volunteer Park was
vandalized last Monday night and all of the ball field lights were cut and stripped. There will be logging over by Wright
Bliss near the lavender farm to make way for an access road and to be able to remove some culverts.
The meeting adjourned at 8:35am.

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