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									                 OCTOBER 1, 2002 BAND BOOSTERS BOARD MEETING

Present: Cathy Miller, Denice Markley, Kathy Phelan, Susan Derhaag, Karen Colgan,
Nancy Poleshaj, Sue Wolfe, Carla Taylor, Sandy Coffman, Steve Lipes, Mike Meyer, Larry
Fitkin, Carl Collins, Drew Anderson, Sue Swanson.

The meeting was called to order by president Cathy Miller. Secretary’s minutes
accepted as corrected. Treasurer’s report accepted. The Boosters books were audited
during the summer by CPA and band parent Marcia Johnson. The $50 “inactive” fee
charged on Boosters accounts by Wells Fargo Bank was returned to the accounts, but
will be charged again unless money is “moved around.” This could involve buying 6-
month cds. Boosters agreed to move $30,000 from the uniform account into a 6-month
cd, avoiding the charge and giving the Boosters time to research other banks and
accounts.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:
         Newsletter: copies of the fall issue are available and will be mailed this week.
         Chaperones: Steve Lipes thanked those who accompanied the band to the pep
rally at the
                 junior high during homecoming week. Parents have signed up to
chaperone the band
                 on trips to the contest in Iowa City on Oct. 5 and to the State Marching
Band Festival in
                 Muscatine on Oct. 19.
         Uniforms: Sue Taylor is making capes for the drum majors for their “Phantom
of the Opera”
                 look.
         Color Guard: the girls are wearing new black tops over their white dresses.
They sewed the
                 tops themselves.
         Patron Program: $2635 received, some designated to various funds. Thank
you notes are in
                 the mail. A request for more patrons is in the newsletter.
         Ways & Means: the magazine sale was done in one day. There were 117
family orders, an
                 unusually high number. Krispy Kreme doughnut discount cards were
suggested, but D.
                 Anderson will have to check with the Activity Director, as the school does
not like to
                 have two groups sell the same thing.
         Concessions: no report, as all volunteer slots are filled.
         Fruit & cheese: Larry Fitkin & Mike Meyer are splitting the responsib ilities this
year, in
                 preparation for Larry’s “retirement” from the job on his son’s graduation.
There will be
                 a price increase on nuts. Caramel corn is an additional product. Since
there is no trip
                 this year, commission is 10%.
        Junior High: 8th grade band teacher Kris Joy has another baby boy. The
addition to the music
               room is progressing.

OLD BUSINESS: none
NEW BUSINESS: C. Miller will buy a card and $50 Target gift certificate for Kris Joy as
a baby gift.

BAND DIRECTORS’ REPORTS:
        D. Anderson: Oct. 5 will be the band’s first competition of the year. The band
will practice in the morning, with a critique by the director of Ankeny H.S. bands,
followed by lunch at Coral Ridge Mall, then performance at Iowa City High at 3:30.
Seven students went to the All-State workshop at UNI. All-State auditions are 10/26 in
Muscatine. Concert band auditions for chairs start Thursday. State Marching Festival is
Oct. 19 in Muscatine.
        C. Collins: the band website is continually updated during the marching season,
including pictures and itineraries. Mini-files are available with music parts for practice.
Drum majors are working on “Phantom” costumes.

       Submitted by Kathy Phelan, Secretary.

NEXT MEETING: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, HIGH SCHOOL BAND ROOM.

								
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