Notes from the latest ZOOM Board Meeting

BOARD MEETING NOTES

May 20, 2020

 

The Columbia Center Rotary Board met via ZOOM on Tuesday evening at 5:00pm.  President Bill Robertson greeted everyone.

 

Secretary Report, Nancy - Minutes for April’s Board Meeting were Reviewed and Approved.

 

Treasurer Report, Jeff - BINGO transfers are reduced from $16,000 to $2,000 per month while BINGO BLVD is closed due to the pandemic.

 

BINGO Oversight, Mark - Opening BINGO BLVD will depend on Dept. of Health and the Gambling Commission and following their requirements for safety.  We have purchased plexiglass panels and will devise a plan for social distancing for seating, concessions and purchases knowing we will need to begin slowly with a limited number of guests.  Are waiting for the okay to open from the Governor.

 

Vocational & Educational, Jarrod - No report

 

Foundation Committee, Jackie - Received refund check from Bella Italia.

 

Membership, LoAnn - Nothing new to report

 

International Service, Randy - Even tho process is slowed due to the pandemic, the building in Belize is going up and photos were shared.

 

Special Projects, Chad - Nothing new to report

 

Club Service, Jay - Due to great fining and collections, we have over $1,000 in the kitty for parties!

 

Community Service,  Dave - Need to be thinking of Duck Race proceeds and how those will be distributed this year due to low budgets for all committees.

 

Youth Services, Traci - No report

 

Administrative Asst., Sondra - Nothing new to report

 

Human Trafficking Funds, Mark - TV ads are ready to go but will not air until Boat Race weekend and the B/F County Fair which are events that drive higher activity.  Social media programs are getting higher than average hits and replays!

 

NEW BUSINESS:

Things to consider when re-opening weekly Rotary meetings:

- spend the time now to come up with a plan so we’re ready to go

- how to social distance 

- how do we provide a lunch and retain social distancing?

- can we include an ZOOM meeting option for those who would rather not attend physically?

- LoAnn volunteered to head the committee to develop a plan with the Board all volunteering to be on the committee.

 

Incoming President, Mark - recently attended District meeting

- developing a budget for next year

- how do we do an Installation Banquet in July?

- can we do something new and different for 2021 ‘Shine the Light’ event?

Rotary is about Service and we need to keep that in mind during these challenging times!

 

Meeting was adjourned by President Bill at 6:20pm.