KCBS BOD SPECIAL MEETING QUICK NOTES - November 28, 2012November 29, 2012
KANSAS CITY BARBEQUE SOCIETY
Board of Director's Special Meeting - November 28, 2012
These Quick Notes reflect the actions taken at the board meeting on the above date. They will become the actual Minutes of that meeting when approved by the Board of Directors at its next scheduled monthly meeting.
President Candy Weaver called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m. central time.
BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Executive Director Carolyn Wells, Candy Weaver, Mike Budai, Mark Simmons, Tana Shupe, Randy Bigler, Mike Lake, Jeff Stith, Steve Farrin, Paul Kirk, Dave Compton, and Arlie Bragg.
MEMBERS CALLING IN: Don Harwell, Kevin Keeling
MEMBER REQUESTS TO SPEAK: Don Harwell
President Weaver reported that she and Carolyn Wells have not heard back from our legal counsel regarding the Destination America Agreement and asked the Board to be prepared to approve the Agreement at our next scheduled meeting in December.
President Weaver reported that she and Carolyn Wells have not heard back from our legal counsel regarding the Trade Show Proposal from Enid, OK and asked the Board to be prepared to approve the proposal at our next scheduled meeting in December.
By request from the Board, Kevin Keeling described the Judges' Liaison Program.
O Voting for the 2013 election of the board will continue through Friday, January 11th.
O Discussion of proposed Bylaws change and legal opinion. Weaver withdrew her request for changes to the bylaws.
O President Weaver and Tana Shupe will prepare a list of questions to be added to the election ballot to poll members for their input regarding regional representation, and will send their suggestion to the board by Dec. 9th.
The Strategic Planning meeting date for the 2013 Board of Directions will be held in Kansas City the 15-16th of February.
After conclusion of the Special Meeting, Mike Budai showed the KCBScore program to the Board. It was requested that question/s also be submitted on the election ballot regarding the use of comment cards.
At 8:45 p.m. Tana Shupe made a motion to adjourn; seconded by Mike Lake, the motion passed.