RALPHO TOWNSHIP BUSINESS ASSOCIATION MEETING MINUTES
JULY 20, 2017
The meeting opened in short form due to lack of a quorum.
President Frank Berger expressed his appreciation to the officers of the Association for offering to serve another year.
Meeting Minutes: The minutes of the June 15 meeting were accepted with a motion by Frank Berger and a second to the motion by Carole Swank after changing the price of the All Home Days breakfast to $7 for adults and $4 for children up to10 years of age. Financial Report: The Financial Report was given by Treasurer, Carole Swank.
A motion to accept it was made by Frank Berger and seconded by David Latorre.
New Map Distribution: The maps have arrived and are being distributed. If anyone would like to have some, please contact Frank Berger.
Library Donation Format: The Librarian will be called to check with him about our $150 donation being changed to a memorial donation in memory of members of the RTBA who have passed away.
Penn Dot Letter on Highway Sign: A letter was received from Penn Dot relating to our Yard Sale signs. It seems there is a problem with them being placed at the intersections to town. We will try to relocate them at a different place in the future. Everyone will be kept updated on this situation.
Facebook Page for RTBA: We are trying to find out how we can establish a facebook page for our Association. Vice President, David Latorre talked to a friend about doing this and planning is taking place at the present time.
All Home Days Breakfast: President Frank Berger presented a copy of the menu for this year’s Breakfast. It will be served on Sunday, September 3, 2017, with the work crew arriving at 7 a.m. and breakfast starting to be served at 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. or until we “run out“ of food. Menu price is $7 for adults and $4 for children starting at age 10. Please save the date—always looking for help. Treasurer, Carole Swank will take care of supplies as usual.
FBLA Update: Chairperson, David Latorre presented a thank you card from our Student of the (third) Quarter, Jessica J. Henrichs expressing her appreciation and stating that the money will go toward furthering her education at West Chester University. David also stated that he has contacted the advisor of the FBLA regarding the Student of the (fourth) Quarter Award but has received no response yet.
OUR NEXT MEETING WILL BE AUGUST 17, 2017.
A motion for adjournment was made by Frank Berger and seconded by Ann Roadarmel.
Ann Roadarmel, Secretary