TWIN RIVERS SHAG CLUB
"SEPTEMBER 8, 2019 Meeting Minutes"
The meeting was called to order, and the invocation given by President Greg Mills at 6:08 pm.
There were no visitors.
The minutes were approved as written on the website.
The Treasurer's report was given and will be attached to the minutes.
MEMBERSHIP - 129 members
SOCIAL - Ann Brinson reminded everyone of our Fall-O-Ween party on November 2, 2019
at Attitudes. Door fee will be $5.00 and the meal of Brunswick Stew and Cornbread
will be $6.00. The party will begin at 6:00 pm at Attitudes. Please contact Ann
Brinson or Debbie Travis at numbers listed below to RSVP. Ken Jones will be our DJ,
and be sure to wear your best costume. Prizes will be awarded to First and Second
place for most original costume. Door prizes and 50/50 raffle during the event.
COMMUNICATIONS - If you are not getting our emails, please check your email address
with Juliet Meyer.
WAYS AND MEANS - Jackie Case reported that the Queen of Hearts raffle would conclude
tonight. Tickets will be 3 for $5.00, and the pot should be close to $800 to be split
between the winner and the club.
SUNSHINE - Lora Starr reported that a sympathy card was sent to Wayne Pittman whose
brother passed away. A Get Well card was sent to Butch Connor. Lora read two thank
you cards, one from Mike Edwards and the other from LaVerne Mozingo. Lora was so happy
to report that last Sunday, September 1, 2019 a true miracle happened when we all saw
Doris and Jim dancing on the new dance floor. Congratulations to Jim for his awesome recovery.
OLD BUSINESS - Greg needs either money or tickets for Fun Monday Tickets tonight, as the
money must be mailed tomorrow.
NEW BUSINESS - Rich Meyer has been appointed as the Nominating Committee Chairperson.
Monte Starr made a short statement thanking Tanya Twichell, Jackie Case, Homer Ray,
Ann Brinson, and Patricia Lyon, for serving on the Bylaws Committee. He told the
membership that the committee had invested approximately 120 hours, read and studied 7
other shag club bylaws to compose our proposed bylaws.
The members who had not voted on the bylaws were urged to do so at that point. Jackie
Miraya reported that 77 members checked in with her, 39 members voted YES, 37 members
voted NO. Discrepancy of 1 vote. Since there was not a 2/3 majority of members present,
which would be 51, the old bylaws stand.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 6:23 pm.
Patricia Lyon, Secretary