April BOD Meeting MinutesApril 10, 2014
Kansas City Barbeque Society
Board of Directors’ Meeting Minutes
April 9, 2014
Present: Mark Simmons, Kim Collier, Candy Weaver, Bill Capstack, Dennis Polson, Randy Bigler, Richard Preston, Don Harwell, Dave Compton, Mike Peters, Carolyn Wells, Karrin Murphy and Mike McCloud. Wayne Lohman joined at 7:10. Steve Farrin was out.
Recognizing barbeque as America’s cuisine, the mission of the Kansas City Barbeque Society is to celebrate, teach, preserve and promote barbeque as a culinary technique, sport and art form.
I accept my duties as a KCBS director to further the KCBS mission so that truth, justice and excellence in barbeque and the American way of life may be strengthened and preserved forever.
Minutes of February Meeting
Candy Weaver: I move to accept minutes of last meeting. 2nd BY RANDY BIGLER. PASSED.
February Financial Statements
Kim Collier: The Finance Committee moves that the February financials be adopted as presented. 2ND BILL CAPSTACK. PASSED
THANKS TO DIRECTORS AND ALL COMMITTEES FOR WORK. REPORT THAT 100K MEALS IS IN MOTION, MORE DETAILS IN MARKETING REPORT. CHALLENGE TO ALL COMMITTEES TO PLAN 1-3 ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR 2014. REPORTING IN MAY – TECHNOLOGY, FINANCE, CBJ, EDUCATION, REP, MEMBERSHIP, STRATEGIC PLANNING, INTERNATIONAL AND SANCTIONING. JUNE – PHILANTHROPY AND BANQUET.
Karrin Murphy: Automatic Approval
REC’D DATES NAME CITY STATE
3/12/2014 6/20-22/2014 Sun BBQ Fest Uncasville CT
3/12/2014 7/4-5/2014 Sauce and Cycles Falls City NE
4/3/2014 7/18-19/2014 Bucks, Ducks & BBQ Conway AR
3/31/2014 8/15-16/2014 Missouri's North Star BBQ Championship Kirksville MO
3/24/2014 8/29-30/2014 Low Country Hog Fest Charleston SC
3/31/2014 10/3-4/2014 Go Hog Wild Arkansas BBQ Championship Sheridan AR
3/28/2014 10/10-11/2014 Rock'n Ribville Lawrenceville GA
3/27/2014 10/18-19/2014 BBQ Society Cook-Off Hoofddorp Netherlands
4/1/2014 7/4-5/2014 Fin To Fur Red White and Blue Thayer MO BBQ Blowout
3/10/2014 7/12-13/2014 Pork in the Park Stamford CT
3/21/2014 7/18-19/2014 10th Annual WildBlue BBQ Burlington KS
3/24/2014 8/15-16/2014 BBQ and Fly In on the River Excelsior Springs MO
3/31/2014 8/30-31/2014 Smokin' Brew BBQ Parker CO
4/1/2014 9/5-6/2014 Smoke on the River Quincy IL
3/7/2014 9/6-7/2014 Red, White and Que Cresskill NJ
3/21/2014 9/12-13/2014 Bama Brew & Que Tuscaloosa AL
3/10/2014 9/27-28/2014 The Best BBQ Chef Competiton New London CT
3/14/2014 10/3-4/2014 Squealin' on the Square Laurens SC
3/10/2014 10/17-18/2014 Back to Back to the Park BBQ Marshalltown IA
3/10/2014 10/18-19/2014 Back to Back to the Park BBQ Marshalltown IA
3/18/2014 10/18-19/2014 Sons of the American Legion Red Smithville MO White & Blue II BBQ Contest
3/10/2014 10/18/2014 I Grill Because I CARE (Competitor's Series) New Hope AL
3/17/2014 3/6-7/2015 Smokin In The Square Pensacola FL
3/28/2014 5/29-30/2015 BBQ 4 ASTOP Fond du Lac WI
Boar d Approval Needed:
3/19/2014 7/11-12/2014 Johnson County Fair BBQ Warrensburg MO Conflict: Wellsville, MO - 144 miles
3/18/2014 9/26-27/2014 Burg Fest BBQ Contest Warrensburg MO Conflicts: Blue Springs, MO - 43 miles Shawnee, KS - 66 miles
DISCUSSION REGARDING BLUE SPRINGS, KIM STATED THAT IT WAS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN THIS YEAR.
RANDY BIGLER MADE MOTION TO APPROVE BOTH WARRENSBURG, MO CONTESTS. 2ND BY WAYNE LOHMAN. PASSES
3/26/2014 8/29-30/2014 Smoke on the Beach Myrtle Beach SC Conflict: Charleston, SC - 96 miles
IN LIGHT OF ORGANIZER ISSUES, THIS CONTEST WILL NOT BE SANCTIONED THIS YEAR. DAVE ASKED ABOUT THE GROUP RESUBMITTING AFTER ISSUES ADDRESSED. DON STATED THAT THE CONTEST WILL OCCUR LIKELY UNDER OTHER SANCTIONING BODY.
Sanctioning Committee Report:
The Sanctioning Committee met on Tuesday April 1, 2014. Committee members in Attendance were Randy and Carol Bigler, Alan Osmer, Karrin Murphy, Carolyn Wells, and Mark Simmons. Our project for this month was to review and update the 2015 Sanctioning Application and Organizer's Guide. You were sent a copy of both documents earlier this week to review. I previously sent a motion to accept those documents. The Sanctioning Committee is currently working on the Backyard Sanctioning Application and an Organizer Guide and getting together other pertinent information for Backyard Sanctioning.
Randy Bigler: I would like to make a motion to accept the updated Organizers Guide and Sanctioning Application. 2ND BILL CAPSTACK. DENNIS POLSON, ADD KIDS Q TO GUIDE, WAYNE MENTIONED INTERNATIONAL ISSUES. RANDY WILL ADDRESS. PASSES.
MMA Report April 2014 – MIKE MCCLOUD
- Total March Sales: $3, 457
- 9 – 15% off coupons redeemed from Birthday emails
- 5 – Cookbooks: $100
- Advertising sold for March: $2,190
- 978 members have opted in to receive Birthday emails
100KCBS Meals Mission
- Since registration opened on April 1st – 23 events signed up AS OF 4/9 THIS NUMBER AT 43
- Registration will close on April 15th (LONGER IF NECESSARY TO FILL SLOTS) – Approval of events and total number of pork butts will be confirmed with each event after registration is closed. TALKING POINTS TO BE ISSUED FOR BOD AND EVENT ORGANIZERS. RANDY BIGLER STATED THAT IT WOULD BE BENEFICIAL TO KNOW WHICH EVENTS HAD SIGNED UP SO THAT REPS CAN ASSIST IN EFFORT, FORWARD THE INFORMATION TO ORGANIZERS OF CONTESTS REPPED. BILL CAPSTACK STATED THAT THE FIRST TIME HE SAW ANYTHING ABOUT 100K MEALS STARTING WAS ON FACEBOOK. BOD SHOULD BE INFORMED PRIOR TO START. MIKE PETERS ASKED ABOUT ANY OFFERINGS TO LATE ORGANIZERS. MIKE DISCUSSED CONTINUING EFFORT PAST BUDGETARY ALLOCATION. MARK INQUIRED AS TO JUDGE AND OTHER MEMBER INVOLVEMENT IN EFFORT. MIKE M. SAID THERE WOULD BE EBLAST TO GENERAL MEMBERSHIP.
- Eblast reminder went out on April 7. RICHARD ASKED THAT COPIES ALWAYS BE SENT TO THE BOARD.
- 7 Local events complete
- 1st Regional in Las Vegas on April 26, which is when our first marketing efforts begin to boost attendance and activity on site
- Successful so far in getting Troy Black on 4 TV programs to tout KCBS and Sam’s
- Continual PR/Social Media Updates
- On-going coordination and logistics for 2013 Sam’s TouR
- Social Media, using KCBS, and GAC Facebook and Twitter pages to promote KCBS-related events/promotion MIKE PETERS MENTIONED PUTTING 100K GAUGE ON THE TOUR VEHICLE FOR PROMOTION PURPOSES.
- GAC: 1% increase in Twitter Followers / 2% decrease in FB Likes (the decrease is due to the tour changing names)
- KCBS: 4% increase in Twitter Followers / 3% increase in FB Likes
- Updated News section of KCBS website as necessary
- Bullsheet Content – Sam’s, GAC, Reser's, BBQ Guru
- PIE FEST INTEGRATION STILL IN THE WORKS
- Reser’s – America’s Best Potato Salad Challenge starts on April 18 - High on the Hog Festival in Winchester, TN
- BBQ Guru Challenge – starts on May 3, Naptown barBayq Contest in Annapolis, MD
- 2014 GAC Schedule update – kicks off on April 18 – High on the Hog Festival in Winchester, TN
- Mike had meeting with BBQ Scores leadership; will update Board. CANDY WEAVER EMAILS BBQSCORES.COM PROPOSALS TO BOD.
International logo options shared with International committee (see attached).
Wayne Lohman: Attached, are the KCBS International Operations Documents. This information is too lengthly to go into detail and I'll be happy to answer any of your questions at Wednesday Meeting. Thank you for taking time to review this information as the International Board of Managers is ready to launch operations outside the States. WAYNE LOHMAN REVIEWS DOCUMENTS SHOWING IOS PAST EFFORTS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS. INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS EXPANDING. INFORMATIONAL ONLY. CHAPTER DOCUMENTS DONE BY LAW FIRM.
CBJ Committee Report:
The requirements to receive and maintain a CBJ, a TC, and the 100+ are now posted on the web and Bullsheet.
A CBJ committee meeting was held March the 25th, 2014.
Discussion was held on the following:
• The CBJ instructors were reminded to reiterate in their class to the CBJ students, that it takes about a week to generate CBJ numbers and a minimum of three weeks for them to receive their badges & certificates.
• Discussion was held on adding a CBJ number to the judges’ names on the KCBS web to help Reps. The office will look into this, but no request was to be brought to the BOD at this time.
• Discussion was also held on a developing a way to provide a list to Reps of the team’s membership number. This too will be looked into by the KCBS office.
• Questions have been asked to instructors as to if the CBJ and Table Captain Class’s Power Points and/or the classes can be copied. Per KCBS counsel, the following will be added to the first slide of the PowerPoint: “ THIS POWER POINT PRESENTATION AND THIS CLASSARE THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL OF THE KANSAS CITY BARBEQUE SOCIETY AND MAY NOT BE USED, REPRODUCED OR DISTRIBUTED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE KANSAS CITY BARBEQUE SOCIETY”
• There has been some question to the CBJ Committee as to what does fraternization mean?
- I ask that the BOD review two statements which I have provided to the BOD in an email on April the 1st and decide which best clarifies the word fraternization within KCBS.
- 1) Judges may be in the cooking area but not to be in a cook’s site on turn in day until conclusion of judging. This is to prevent a judge from observing a turn in box or any meats being prepared for the contest on turn in day.
- 2) Judges are not to be in the contest area containing the cook sites on turn in day until conclusion of judging. This is to prevent a judge from observing a turn in box or any meats being prepared for the contest on turn in day.
DISCUSSION AS TO WHICH STATEMENT BEST ILLUSTRATES THE INTENT OF THE FRATERNIZATION RULE. IS A MOTION NECESSARY? RANDY BIGLER MOVES TO SUSPEND 72 HOUR RULE TO MAKE MOTION. 2ND DENNIS POLSON. PASSES.
RANDY BIGLER MOVES THAT “JUDGES MAY BE IN THE COOKING AREA BUT NOT TO BE IN A COOK’S SITE ON TURN IN DAY UNTIL THE CONCLUSION OF JUDGING. THIS IS TO PREVENT A JUDGE FROM OBSERVING A TURN IN BOX OR ANY MEATS BEING PREPARED FOR THE CONTEST ON TURN IN DAY.” THIS IS TO BE INSTRUCTED AT CBJ CLASSES. 2ND BILL CAPSTACK. PASSES.
BILL CAPSTACK INQUIRED AS TO THE LOCATION ON THE WEB SITE OF THE JUDGE REQUIREMENTS. IT IS UNDER JUDGE, JUDGE REQUIREMENTS.
The next CBJ Committee meeting is scheduled for April 29th.
Kim Collier: I would like to make a motion to accept the following Doc as the new Rep in training requirement form.
See attached Doc. DENNIS WHY NOT HAVE APPLICANTS FOR REP MEET ALL 6 REQUIREMENTS. NEW DOCUMENT IS 5 OUT OF 6. DISCUSSION REGARDING REP NEEDS GOING FORWARD. 2ND CANDY WEAVER. ROLL CALL VOTE, YES: LOHMAN, COLLIER, WEAVER, CAPSTACK, BIGLER, PRESTON. NO: POLSON, HARWELL, COMPTON, PETERS. MOTION PASSES 6 YES, 4 NO.
Talked about rep issues and they were resolved to the committee satisfaction.
Clarifying the best procedure for processing the Rep in training contest training doc. It will be now turned in by the Rep who is doing the training to the Rep chair and Co-Chair.
Posted March recorded meeting to website
Maintenance on office computer and server
Built the Score install disk and started shipping to the reps.
I ask the board to accept this report. 2ND DAVE COMPTON. PASSES
The banquet committee has been communicating via emails. Current discussions include:
Online seating chart,
Reviewing 2016 Kansas City hotel options.
Richard Preston: The Membership Committee met on March 20, 2014. We discussed that new judges have a hard time finding contests. We felt that the CBJ Instructors might spend more time in class talking about how to go about signing up for contests. Another topic was having a standardized judge’s application or having an online signup for contests.
Below are the numbers for March, 2014.
Number of Total Members= 18,914
Number of New Members= 772
Number of Renewed Members=1340
Number of Non-renewals= 990
Number of members who signed up via the website= 244 (29 were families)
Number of New Members from Judging classes= 458
Number of Lifetime Members = 509 TOTAL NUMBER
Our next meeting will be Apr 17, 2014.
Dennis Polson: The Nominating Committee is submitting the article for 2015 elections to be put into the Bullsheet. DISCUSSION REGARDING ELECTION DATES FOR 2015 AND GOING FORWARD. ADJUST TO FIRST BUSINESS DAY OF THE YEAR (2015 JANUARY 5) THROUGH THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO THE BANQUET (2015 JANUARY 15 11:59 PM) DATES TO BE ADDED TO ARTICLE.
I move to accept this article as presented AMENDED. 2ND RANDY BIGLER. PASSES
Dave Compton: We have forty-five applications for Grants in Aid that were submitted by students this year, up from two dozen a couple of years ago and around thirty-five last year. Our committee is in the process of evaluating these at this time.
We will finish our evaluations and will then ask the Education Committee to review our findings (VIA E-MAIL). We anticipate being ready for final Board approval before our May meeting.
ACCEPT THE REPORT. 2ND BILL CAPSTACK PASSES
Candy Weaver: Ralph Williams and Kelly Cain have joined the committee. A phone conference was held on March 16, 2014
A summary of the meeting:
Attending: Richard Preston, Dennis Polson, Michael McDearman, Betsy Masters, Ralph Williams, Carolyn Wells and Candy Weaver
Judge Scorecard -- What's happening? Communications via e-mail, so group was informed. No questions.
EFFORT #1: Kids' Que and Backyard – Dennis and Michael heading this initiative! How many Kids’ Que events are there? Does the office track? No. There’s a need for Guidelines for Organizers of Kids’ Que and Backyard events. Discussion of CATS program. Dennis to get with Randy Bigler (sanctioning chair) to move forward. Recruiting kids for events, marketing outdoor cooking to BSA, GSA, Big Brothers, and others.
Richard: “Kids’ Que in a Box” to have everything necessary to put an event on with coupons for grills, charcoal, etc. Sponsors??? Make assisting at a Kids’ Que a Pitmaster requirement? Get with Mike Peters (membership chair) on this.
EFFORT #2: Bullsheet -- April review in process. Minutes have been dropped for 3 month trial period. More how to articles! Michael volunteered. Outdoor cooking focus not just smoking. How to get more folks to go paperless! Announce a date certain that KCBS is going paperless. Give members a chance to opt in (assume additional cost) of receiving a paper copy. Betsy to send link to the interactive (live web links in publication) version of her work publication. Estimated cost is $4 per page for this.
Advertising charges. Currently just one scale for advertisers. Look to change those charges for commercial barbeque companies. Interactive Bullsheet an incentive for advertisers because each copy is available online for a significant time duration.
Content: Do a Kids’ Corner with simple kid-friendly recipes, kid cook profiles and interviews. Q-Tips with best practices for outdoor cooking.
Other Education/Communications efforts: Develop online/video information dissemination for various topics.
This committee will hold phone meetings every third Tuesday of the month.
Strategic Planning Committee
Our committee met for the first time on March 31, 2014 and all members were present. The following statistics were discussed:
Membership increased 14% between 2012 and 2013. The following table shows projections for the next five years based on the 14%:
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
15,433 17603 20,067 22,876 26,079 29,730 33,892
Based on these statistics we agreed on a goal of 20,000 members by the end of 2014. The Membership Committee has agreed to pursue this challenge.
The number of contests increased 5.5% between 2012 and 2013. The number of teams participating in these contests increased by 8.4%. The following table shows projections for the next five years based on these statistics:
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Contests 414 437 461 486 512 540 570
Participating 16,162 17,515 18,986 20,581 22,310 24,184 26,215
Increase in Teams 1,353 1,471 1,595 1,729 1,874 2,031 Participating
Average number of teams participating in each contest 39 40 41 42 44 45 46
We agree that these projections are based on past performance and in some respects are “dreams” of what is possible. It’s something to consider. Consider this: Membership in 2008 was 7,181 and in 2013 it was 17,603. That’s over a 145% increase in membership during the last 5 years.
Another initiative discussed was the upcoming review of the MMA contract. A separate motion is on the table for your approval regarding this issue.
Each committee member was asked to bring their top strategic initiatives to the next meeting for discussion and prioritizing. Our next meeting will be April 14, 2014.
Regional Representation Committee
Wayne Lohman: The Regional Directors Committee was unable to schedule their first meeting in March. Dates are now being discussed for April.
CANDY WEAVER: Scott Shimano, CBJ 66015 / Green Card Q: I am requesting that the Board of Directors consider making an adjustment to the KCBS Contest Rep's Advisory directives concerning the process to deal with potentially undercooked entries. I have read what I believe to be the most recent revision dated June 13, 2013. If there have already been changes made to this section, I apologize for the inconvenience.
My request is that the directive 2.04 for Under Cooked Meat be adjusted to incorporate some of the existing procedures as stipulated in 2.02 Hair on Entry.
At present, section 2.04 makes specific comments for potentially under cooked chicken, but does not address what should be done in the event that a judge refuses to sample ribs, pork or brisket due to their belief that it is under cooked.
REQUEST CONSIDERATION BY THE CBJ AND REP COMMITTEES OF THIS ISSUE.
BBQscores.com Judge’s scorecard, finalization to be voted at the March 2014 meeting. BILL CAPSTACK WAS NOT AWARE OF APPROVAL OF RELATIONSHIP. MATTER REFERRED TO TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE.
Mike Peters: Certified BBQ Pitmaster Program (CBP)
Looking at 2012 and 2013 team participation, using an average, we had 722 teams cook 5+ contests. We had 250 teams cook 4 contests and 381 teams cook 3 contests. We can anticipate that there will be at least the same 722 teams cooking 5+ contests. If we plan for 1/3 of the 250 teams that cooked 4 contests will cook just one more contest and that 1/4 of the 381 teams will cook two more contests, we will have 272 additional teams cooking contests this year. That increases teams for contests and seats for judges.
722 established teams cooking 5+
82 teams cooking 1 additional
95 teams cooking 2 additional
899 total teams cooking 5+ contests
Considering $12/team sanctioning fees, KCBS should see a $3264 increase (82+95+95)
Teams must cook at least 5 contests,
Head cook must be a CBJ
Team will be recognized in the Bullsheet and receive a CBP pin. KCBS should establish a CBP Logo which could also be placed on a sticker along with promotions in the Bullsheet and at Cooks Meetings.
Each year a team must re-establish status and will receive an add-on hanger for their pin.
I would like to also see a "Certified Pitmaster" t-shirt design for purchase along with consideration of a "Master Pitmaster" for teams that host judges for their Master status.
Pin cost is $3 - based upon current pin cost. PLAN FOR A YEARLY PEN.
899 x $3 = $2697
CAROLYN WELLS ADVISED THAT “KCBS PITMASTER” IS A REGISTERED MARK. CONCENSUS WAS TO KEEP THE MARK AND ADAPT “CERTIFIED BBQ PITMASTER” TO “KCBS PITMASTER”. DISCUSSION REGARDING NUMBER OF CONTESTS COOKED – IS 5 ENOUGH? EXAMINATION OF GOALS OF PROGRAM. SUGGESTED THAT KCBS STAFF COLLABORATE AS TO TIME AND TRACKING OF TEAMS. THERE MAY BE MEANS ALREADY DEVELOPED TO DO THIS. CANDY WEAVER SUGGESTED PUTTING EFFORT ON THE TEAM, WITH TEAM SUBMITTING APPLICATION TO OFFICE WHEN 5TH CONTEST IS COOKED.
Other barbeque sanctioning bodies history and review. Mike Peters: What do we know about the St Louis BBQ Society? We will be taking the BBQ Tour to one of their events this year and I have been inquiring about their rules and how things are judged. They seem to mirror KCBS other than weighting of categories. I will have more information after we attend their event at the end of May. Have they been looked at concerning infringing on KCBS established processes?
Bill Capstack: I move that our Technology Committee explore what KCBS needs to do to get an estimate to use our proprietary information to create a site on our Member's Only page where members may retrieve their historical contest data. 2ND KIM COLLIER
DON HARWELL STATED THAT THIS WAS COUNTER PRODUCTIVE TO DO THIS WHEN SO MUCH HAS ALREADY BEEN DEVELOPED. . BILL CAPSTACK STATED WAS FOR US TO LOOK AT OUR CURRENT SYSTEM AND SEE WHAT IT WOULD TAKE TO DEVELOP A METHOD TO USE OUR DATA TO CREATE FEEDBACK TO JUDGES AND COOKS, BY DOING SO ALL INFORMATION WOULD BE ON THE TABLE; I.E. BBQScores AND OUR SYSTEM TO ALLOW BOARD TO MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION ON WHAT DIRECTION TO TAKE IN GETTING JUDGE AND COOK FEEDBACK PLACED INTO ACTION. DAVE COMPTION SAID THAT 2013 BOARD STARTED PROCESS LAST YEAR WITH DATA FROM 6 SAMPLE CONTESTS GIVEN IN JULY (EST.) FOR BBQSCORES.COM DEVELOPMENT. DATA SET EXPANDED LATE IN 2013 FOR PRESENTATION TO THE BOARD IN FEBRUARY. KIM COLLIER STATED THAT KCBSCORE WAS DESIGNED TO DO THIS AND THAT THE TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE STOOD READY TO DEVELOP AN IN HOUSE SYSTEM. CANDY WEAVER STATED THAT KCBSCORE WAS IMPLEMENTED TO REPLACE OUT-DATED BQ WIN SCORING SYSTEM, NOT WITH MEMBER REPORTING IN MIND. MENTION WAS MADE OF PROPRIETARY DATABASE SYSTEM DESIGNED BEFORE KCBSCORE. MATTER DIRECTED TO TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE FOR REVIEW AS PER EARLIER IN THE MEETING. DON HARWELL SAID THAT NO MOTION WAS NECESSARY.
Bill Capstack: I move that the Strategic Planning and Marketing Committees work together to conduct preliminary discussions concerning the possible renewal of the MMA contract. 2ND WAYNE LOHMAN. ROLL CALL VOTE, YES: COMPTON, BIGLER, POLSON, CAPSTACK, COLLIER, LOHMAN, NO: HARWELL, WEAVER, ABSTAIN: PETERS, PRESTON. 6 YES, 2 NO, 2 ABSTAIN. MOTION PASSES.
RANDY BIGLER MOVES TO GO INTO CLOSED SESSION. 2ND KIM COLLIER. PASSES.
MARK SIMMONS READS CLOSED AGENDA:
APPROVAL OF CBJ INSTRUCTORS IN TRAINING.
DISCUSSION OF UNDERAGE CBJ TRAINING REQUEST.
APPROVAL OF NEW REPS IN TRAINING.
DISCUSSION REGARDING INVESTMENT OF KCBS FUNDS.
DISCUSSION REGARDING BUDGET FOR GRANTS AND GRANTS IN AID.
10:52 PM -- OPEN MEETING
RANDY BIGLER MOVES TO APPROVE CBJ INSTRUTORS FOR TRAINING. 2ND WAYNE LOHMAN. 9 YES, 1 NO. MOTION PASSES. Mike Budai, Dennis Polson and Nancy Muller.
KIM COLLIER MOVES TO APPROVE NEW REPS IN TRAINING. Mike & Judy Thompson, NC, Rusty and Julie Cook, GA, Anita and Tony Moore, WI, Roxanne Gould, AL. 2ND DAVE COMPTON. PASSES
RANDY BIGLER MOVES TO ADJOURN. 2ND KIM COLLIER. PASSES