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DENTON COUNTY MASTER GARDENER ASSOCIATION BOARD MEETING October 5, 2011 10:00 A.M. County Extension Office I. CALL TO ORDER: Meeting chairman Jenny Estes called the Board of Directors meeting to order at 10:05 A.M. In attendance were Aimee Bissett, Zoe Broxson, Jacqueline Carney, Sharon Coleman, Susan Cosio, Jenny Estes, Wally Gehrke, Monique Goodhart, Janet Laminack, Susan Loos, Diana McMillin, Laurel Wallace, Linda Williams and Donna Wolfe. II. MINUTES: Minutes for the September board meeting had previously been forwarded to the board via email by the Secretary. Printed copies were available at the meeting. The minutes were accepted as presented. III. TREASURER’S REPORT: - Wally Gehrke - Copies of the financial report were provided at the meeting. Proceeds from the Garden Shoppe’s sales during Fall Garden Fest totaled approximately $1500. On an annual basis the Garden Shoppe is bringing in a return of 30%. There is still approximately $1500 of budgeted money for the DiG; because of the hot weather there has been little activity and expenses there. The treasurer’s report was accepted as presented and will be filed for audit. IV. COMMITTEE REPORTS A. Project Administration – Jenny Estes for Diane Almand The 2012 slate of officers were submitted to the board. They are as follows: Jacqueline Carney, President; Zoe Broxson, Vice-President; Laurel Wallace, Secretary; Dale Powell, Treasurer; Susan Cosio, Communications Director; Claud Singer, Education Director; Phyllis Minton, Delegate at Large; and Jenny Estes, Past President. Linda Williams moved that we accept the slate of officers as presented, the motion was seconded by Monique and passed unanimously. The 2012 slate of officers will be presented to the membership at the October membership meeting.
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