Minutes of the January
The CSA council met Jan. 18, 2000, at the Pangburn
Dining Room. Present were Deatta Chapel, Corinne Hansen,
Ginny Sunding, Gloria Spitler, Myron Sullivan, Jeanne
Hanson, and Paulette Palladino. Not present were Becky
Dovre, Marilyn Luscombe, Ellen Boyd, Linda Torgerson and
Vice President Deatta Chapel called the meeting to
order. Minutes of the December meeting were read and
approved, motion by Paulette Palladino, second by Jeanne
Due to Marilyn Luscombe's absence no treasurer's
report was available.
Paulette Palladino will e-mail a list of what to bring
to the CSA winter social, Friday, Jan. 21. She has
reserved the room and ordered food. The bookstore will
donate a gift certificate, and a couple other door prizes
will be available.
There was no safety and facilities report.
Vice President Deatta Chapel opened the floor for
nominations for the office of president. Deatta Chapel
was nominated but declined the position. Paulette
Palladino was nominated and unanimously elected president.
Gloria Spitler nominated and Myron Sullivan seconded
Deatta Chapel as vice president. She was unanimously
elected. Paulette Palladino nominated and Myron Sullivan
seconded Jeanne Hanson as secretary. She was unanimously
elected. Gloria Spitler reported Marilyn Luscombe would
take the finance officer position again. She was
Myron Sullivan volunteered to serve on the safety and
Gloria Spitler, Ginny Sunding and Corinne Hansen
volunteered to serve on the welcome basket committee.
They will see that any new employees that have not
received baskets do so.
Palladino will contact President Flickema for his
preferences on the strategic planning committee
All other committee appointments will be made at the
Jeanne Hanson reported that she was not elected to the
state PMAB. She thanked everyone for their support and
indicated she would run for the position again in two
The next CSA meeting is set for Feb. 15, 2000, at 9
a.m. in the Pangburn dining room. Amendment: The meeting
date was changed to Feb. 8, 2000.
Recorded by Jeanne Hanson, CSA secretary
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