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Chapter #: 11220
Chapter Name: Twin Cities
Reported By: Thomas Cress
Officer Title: Chapter President
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City: Minneapolis
State/Province: MN
Number In Attendance: 4
Meeting Date: 4/21/2015
Meeting Type: Business
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Speaker Name:
Minutes: Chapter #: 11220 Chapter Name: Twin Cities Reported By: Russ Lindback Chapter Vice President City/State: Minneapolis, MN Number in Attendance: 4 Meeting Date: 4/21/2015 Meeting Type: Business/Planning Minutes of the Twin Cities Chapter (#11220) meeting, April 21, 2015 Meeting was called to order by President Nick Cress at approx. 6:07 PM. Club Officers in attendance were the following: Nick Cress , President Russ Lindback, Vice President Charles Desnick, Treasurer Chapter members in attendance: Mike Toman Larry Garold Meeting minutes: OLD BUSINESS TREASURERS REPORT: Charles Desnik, Treasurer, presented the Treasures report. There is $6,331.17 in the Chapter bank account, which includes the following deductions for outstanding checks for the following: $325.50 for International Retiree Dues $151.62 for Rolf Bloms Expenses Treasures Report Approval - motion by Larry G. 2nd by Mike T. Motion to pay bills for TCF Bank Stadium Tour Postcard Expense ($129.22) Motion by Mike T, 2nd by Russ L. Motion to remove Bruce Lundeen from secretary and web officer position. Motion by Mike Toman, 2nd by Russ L. NEW BUSINESS TCF Bank Stadium Tour is approaching, Russ L. will advise parking and meeting area logistics. Future Meeting Ideas: Nick Cress and Russ Lindback are willing to present if needed (Nick mentioned KE2 Therm Controller, Russ mentioned KeepRite evaporator applications) IRS Tax Exemption Status: Chuck Desnik filed the E-Postcard RSES Officers will perform the Chapter Audit in the September Business Meeting Motion to adjourn: Motion by Chuck D, 2nd by Larry G. Meeting Adjourned at 7:11PM
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