CAPITAL DISTRICT KIWANIS FOUNDATION, INC.
The 165th meeting of the Board of Directors of the Capital District Kiwanis Foundation was held on August 18, 2006 at the Hyatt Regency Reston Inn in Reston, Virginia. President Hank Brodsky called the meeting to order at 3:30 PM. President-Elect Joe Maranto led the Pledge of Allegiance and Trustee Dale Larson gave the Invocation.
Roll Call indicated the following were in attendance:
Minutes of the last meeting, May 13, 2006- Motion to approve the minutes as corrected was made by Ron Reynolds. Second by Warren Kane. Motion passed.
Treasurer’s Report- presented by Marion Allen, II- Copies of the Treasurer’s report were distributed to the Board and are made a permanent part of the minutes.
Founder’s Society-Roger Diehl/Bob Cressy Hank, Roger and Bob will make presentations about the Founder’s Society. The Capital Builder needs to be modified to reflect how you can join the Founder’s Society. Three Founder’s Society medallions will be presented at the Honor’s reception. Wear your medallion at all Convention functions.
Thank You Letters and Donations- We received thank you letters from: (1) Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters for the $3,350 donation for the Kiwanis transport vehicle (2) Katie Smith, Presidential Division CKI Lt. Governor for financial support to attend LeaderShape . Roger Diehl has won a Prudential CARES Volunteer Grant for his volunteer service with the CDKF. $250 was donated by the Prudential Foundation in honor of Roger’s work.
Ducky Derby Shirts- H.L. Marks asked about the possibility of getting Ducky Derby shirts like the ones we have worn in the past. Doc Thrush obtained the original shirts and will check into their availability.
Election of Officers- A motion was made by Neal Behan to elect Marion Allen as Treasurer and Charles Adams as Executive Secretary for the 2006-07 administrative year.
A motion was made by Stan Miller to elect Hank Brodsky as President, Joe Maranto as President-Elect and Tom Varner as Vice President for the 2006-07 administrative year.
CKI Budget- Doc Thrush reported that CKI needs $9520 from the Foundation. A motion was made by Stan Miller to include the $9520 for CKI in the Foundation’s budget to be presented at the November Board meeting. Jeff Wolff, District CKI Administrator reported that these funds are found as line items 605 to 648 on the CKI Budget.
There being no further business to be brought before the Board, a motion was made by Charlie Bowie and seconded by Charles Adams to adjourn the meeting. Motion passed. President Brodsky adjourned the meeting.