Club Minutes 2006
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11/10/06 General Membership

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10/13/06 General Membership

9/8/06 General Membership

8/24/06 Board of Directors

8/11/06 General Membership

7/14/06 General Membership

7/11/06 Board of Directors

6/9/06 General Membership

5/15/06 General Membership

5/2/06 Board of Directors

4/14/06 General Membership

3/10/06 General Membership

3/7/06 Board of Directors

2/10/2006 General Membership

1/03/06 Board of Directors

1/17/06 General Membership

 


Mary Derby
Club Secretary 2006

INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING MINUTES
JANUARY 3, 2006
AY JALISCO RESTAURANT

The first Board of Directors meeting of the year 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by incoming President Dick Kesler at approximately 6:53 PM at Ay Jalisco.  In attendance:

                                    Dick and Lucy Kesler
                                    Tom and Hollyann Quina
                                    Steve and Bonnie Pfeister
                                    Rob and Cathie Callery
                                    Vilas Smith and Betty Brousseau
                                    Ro Bryant
                                    Ron and Mary Ann Derby

The following agenda items were discussed:

By vote of the officers, Board Members for 2006 were appointed.

                                    Webmaster – Tom Quina
                                    Newsletter Editor – Hollyann Quina
                                    Historian – Lucy Kesler
                                    Membership/Sunshine Committee – Ro Bryant

Motion was made and carried to accept the minutes of the October 11, 2005 meeting of the Board of Directors.

 Ro Bryant reported that we are starting the new year with a balance of XXXX in the Club checking account.

Ro Bryant also reported that the Club currently has 68 paid members – drivers and navigators.  We have four new members referred from the web site and two new members from Service Chevrolet.  To date, ten regular members have not paid dues for 2006.

January’s Mystery Dinner Ride on January 31, 2006 will be hosted by Ron and Mary Ann Derby.

Old Business included the following:

Since the regularly scheduled Board Meeting for July falls on the 4th, it was agreed that the Board of Directors would meet on July 11, 2006 at the regular time and place.

Dick opened the floor to discussion of the club’s sponsor.   After a lengthy discussion, it was agreed by all that the club sponsor support the club with a yearly donation.  Ro reminded those present that Dan informed the sponsor last year that only the first year’s membership would be a “freebie”.  

Bonnie agreed to be the club welcome committee and work with Greg at Service Chevrolet by being present when the keys are handed to a new owner of a Corvette.  She will present the owners with an Introduction/New Member package that includes a free one year membership to Indian River Corvette Club donated by Service Chevrolet.  

Discussion of a liaison to work with the sponsor led into a discussion of a member’s package. Ro and Heather had already created a introduction pamphlet for new members containing club information, recent photos of club events, etc.  It was agreed that Bonnie and Ro would put together a small “welcome to the world of Corvettes” package. 

Bonnie and Cathie led the discussion regarding the Club Charity for 2006.  The club will continue to support the Women’s Refuge Center of Vero Beach.  Donations of personal items such as bath and body products, toiletries and cash would be collected at the general membership meetings in April, May and June.  In June, the Club will host a cocktail party and present these donations to the Director of the Center. 

New Business included the following:

After a discussion of a suggested Valentines Day event, it was agreed that the general membership meeting would still be held on February 10th at the Carriage House and the MDR for February would be hosted by Steve and Bonnie Pfiester as scheduled.  Bonnie mentioned that it would a lovebird theme.

Regarding the Valentines Day Event, after much discussion, it was agreed that more time is needed to plan such an event. More information is needed regarding the minimum number of attendees, the price per person if less than 50 people attend and the type of entertainment offered.   Dick will get more information and pass along to Bonnie for consideration as a club event in the future.

A request from some club members to make changes to the Mystery Dinner Ride was brought up for discussion.  It was agreed NOT to change how the Mystery Dinner Ride is coordinated.

It was suggested that it would be helpful to include the cell number of the host on the front of the sealed envelope.

An email from  Deborah Batteiger of YourHub.com was presented for discussion. There is some concern that by making our club information available to non-Corvette owners, it could present problems for the Club.  One of the biggest concerns is that non-Corvette owners would have access to Club Event information and could use this information to vandalism our Corvettes.   It was agreed that we not pursue the use of this website at this time. This decision does not prevent individual members form accessing the site for personal use. 

A suggestion for a Cloud X Cruise as a club event was presented to for discussion.  It was agreed that the Bonnie would present this suggestion to the general membership for discussion.

Ro informed us that the Club sent flowers and a card to John McKee, a former member of the club who was in a very serious car accident recently.

The following upcoming events were mentioned:

  •  A reminder about The Lunch Cruise to Hurricane Harbor on January 15th.
  • Members who want to Caravan to Riverside Park for the event should meet at Al Jaisco at 11:30 AM.  The cost is $12.50 per person (tax and gratuity included).  Please bring CASH.  Any member interested in attending this event should contact Lucy Kesler.

  • Daytona Lighthouse Event is scheduled for May 30th.  Please check the website for application and further information.  
  • Our Christmas party will be Saturday, December 9th at the Indian River Club.  Same time, same place, same food, same band, same host and hostess, same fun!
  • More details will be available as Christmas approaches.

With no further business at hand, the meeting adjourned at 8:10 PM. 

Respectfully submitted,

Mary Ann Derby
Indian River Corvette Club Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
 GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
INUTES
JANUARY 17, 2006
HOME OF DAN AND RO BRYANT

 Due to inclement weather and a previous booking for Friday the 13th at the Carriage House, the first General Membership meeting of the year 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by incoming President Dick Kesler at approximately 7:25 PM at the home of Dan and Ro Bryant.   There were 27 members present including 2 new members. 

Many thanks to Dan and Ro for opening their home to us and to all for the delicious salads, sandwiches and desserts.

Welcome to Linda and Harry, our newest members. 

Birthday wishes were expressed to the following members:

Ro Bryant                January 14th
            Paul Kovac               January 30th

 Sign-in/Member Info Sheet was available and all members were reminded to sign in.

Meeting Minutes from the November 11, 2005 general membership meeting were approved as submitted.  Copies of these minutes were available at the meeting as well as on the website.  

Minutes from the 1st Board Meeting of 2006 (January 3, 2006) were approved as submitted.  Copies of these minutes were available at the meeting as well as on the website.

Treasurer’s Report shows a current balance of XXX.  As always, detailed statements of receipts and disbursements are available for review. 

For those members who have not yet paid their Annual Membership dues, please bring your account current or let Ro know if you are not intending to rejoin this year.  Just a reminder that the annual dues are $30.00 per year.  This includes the Driver and the Navigator.  Single memberships are not available.  

There are new member flyers available for hand-out along with Club Business Cards and print outs of the Club History 2005.  Please take advantage of these resources to try to recruit new members.

Don’t forget to read the Corvette Gazette that is posted on our website.  If anyone does not have access to the internet, please let Dick know.  You can receive the Gazette, Club Activities and   posted on the web by snail mail.

The 2005 Club History is posted on the website.  Hard copies are also available tonight.

 At this time, there will be no changes made to the Mystery Dinner Ride. To refresh your memory and for those new to the Club, the MDR is held on the last Tuesday of the month –January through October.  We meet at the TJMAXX parking lot and leave at 6:00.  Maps in sealed envelopes are given to each navigator (or driver) in case you should get separated from the group.  Guidelines when planning a MDR remain the same – no more than a 30 minute ride going the posted limit and no more than $20.00 per person before gratuity.  If you have a special evening planned that exceeds these guidelines, please notify the webmaster and so the information is available to members.  January’s MDR will be Tuesday, January 31.

There was a great turnout Sunday, January 16, 2006 at Hurricane Harbor. Thanks to all the members from our club who attended. Dick encouraged our participation in neighboring Corvette club’s activities.  Details are available on our website. 

Upcoming events will be posted on the website for all to review.  Hard copies will be made available at meetings and will be mailed to members who do not have access to the Internet.   That being said, the

Activities Director reviewed the following events/dates:

·         REMINDER:  Mystery Dinner Ride on 01/31 hosted by Ron and Mary Ann Derby

FEBRUARY EVENTS

·         The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is scheduled for Saturday, March 11th
If you are interested participating, please talk with Bonnie. 

·         Club Event – Andretti Thrill Park – February 25th.  Information is available on the website.

·         Mystery Dinner Cruise on February 28th will be hosted by Steve and Bonnie

 FUTURE EVENTS

·         Watch the website for more information on the cocktail party to be held in June in support of the club charity – Women’s Refuge Center. During the months of April, May and June, the club will be accepting donations from the members to donate to the Center.  Bath and body products, perfumes and the like will be accepted at the monthly meetings.  More information regarding the types of items needed will be made available at the next meeting. 

·         The annual Christmas party is planned for Saturday, December 9th.  Same time, same place, same food, same band, same fun  . . . . . . 

SUGGESTIONS for future club events include a dinner/dance at the Italian American Club.  

INFORMATION on extra events such as the NCRS Winter Meet, Neighboring Club’s Events (Ponce Inlet), Car shows and Racing Events is available on the website.

DEADLINES for extra events come fast and hotel accommodations sell out quickly.  If you are planning to attend events hosted by other clubs, please send your reservations in early.  Since these are not Club Events, caravan arrangements are not arranged by the activities director.  If you are interested in attending any of these events, ask around. Someone else may also be looking for someone to go with.

Reminder that the Under the Oaks Car Show will be held on March 25th.  We have attended this in past years.  If anyone is interested, contact Karl or Bonnie for more information.

Our regular meeting room at the Carriage House has been secured for the year.  Our February meeting will be held at the Carriage House as scheduled.

Service Chevrolet will be having a grand Re-opening and would like very much to have a showing of Corvettes.  More information will follow as to date and time.  Management has also offered the conference room to the club for meetings if needed.  We can bring in food, speakers etc.  

At 8:00 PM, with no further business, the meeting adjourned to the dessert table. 

Respectfully submitted,

Mary Ann Derby
Mary Ann Derby
Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES
February 10, 2006
CARRIAGE HOUSE RESTAURANT

The 2nd General Membership meeting of the year 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by President Dick Kesler at approximately 7:15 PM at the Carriage House.  There were 30 members in attendance.

Welcome to new members, Jim and Judy Gallagher.

Birthday wishes were expressed to everyone with a birthday in February.

Congratulations to all members who have become the proud owners of new, different or additional Corvettes.

Sign-in/Member Info Sheet was available and all members were reminded to sign in.

Meeting Minutes from the January 13th, 2006 general membership meeting were approved as submitted.  Copies of these minutes were available at the meeting as well as on the website.  

Treasurer’s Report was accepted as read.  As always, detailed statements of receipts and disbursements are available for review.

 If you have not yet paid your dues for this year, they are past due.  We have 78 paid members and still growing.

 Thanks 

            to Dan and Ro for opening their home to us for our January meeting.  It was a great evening.

            to the hosts of January’s Mystery Dinner Run to Mama Claras.  Although the dinner lasted longer than usual, the company was great and the food was excellent.

            to Hurricane Harbor and everyone from our club in attendance at the January  BBQ. 

Be sure to read the February Newsletter on the club website.  New format, new editor and lots of interesting information.  If you do not have access to a computer, one will be mailed to you.  Just ask.

The Activities Director reviewed the following events/dates:

  • Club Activity of the Month: 

Saturday – February 25th

Andretti Thrill Park

Anyone who wants to caravan, we will leave the Mobil Station on Route 60 & 90th at 9:00 AM

Lunch to follow at NOON at Texas Roadhouse in Palm Bay

  • One HOT Mystery Dinner Ride on 02/28 hosted by Steve and Bonnie

Bonnie handed out fliers with information of upcoming events.  For more information visit our website at www.ircorvettes.com

  • A sneak peak of March’s events include Under the Oaks Car Show at Riverside Park and the Mystery Dinner Run hosted by new members Linda and Harry.

Old Business concluded, the following New Business was discussed:

  • Reminder that March brings out the Leprechaun in all of us.  Mark your calendars for March 11thSt. Patrick’s Day Parade in Vero.  See Bonnie or Karl for more details. 
  • Tom White, a club member and first President, is running for City Council and would appreciate your support.
  • For information of the 12 Hours of Sebring, please visit the Club Website or email Tom Quina. 
  • Reminder to make your reservations for the Vettes At The Light show in May sponsored by the Ponce Inlet Corvette Club.  Hotel rooms are renting quickly.
  • An invitation was extended to attend and enjoy the Italian American Club’s Food Festival – March 3rd, 4th and 5th. The event included live entertainment, raffles, prizes and the best Italian food.  The Event is held at the Italian American Club at 25th St. and 16th Av.  For more information, contact Frank.
  • Bonnie reviewed plans for the charity drive to benefit the Women’s Refuge Center.  Donations will be accepted at our meetings beginning next month. Bath and Beauty products would be greatly appreciated.  She will put together a list of items and distribute at the next meeting.   An event is scheduled for June to present our donations to the director of the Center.  More information to follow as plans are finalized.
  • FOR SALE:  Tom and Hollyann have a 1992 for sale.  If interested, please contact for more information.

50/50 - $100.00 jackpot was split with Amy.  Congratulations to Amy and thanks to all for participating.  A dessert run to the Cracker Barrel followed the meeting.

A reminder that we are not paying for the use of the room so please remember to take care of your bill and generously tip the waiter and waitress.  

With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:45 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

Mary Ann Derby

Mary Ann Derby
Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING MINUTES
March 7, 2006
AY JALISCO RESTAURANT

 The Board of Directors meeting for March, 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by incoming President Dick Kesler at approximately 6:55 PM at Ay Jalisco.  In attendance:

                                    Dick and Lucy Kesler                        Rob and Cathie Callery

                                    Ro Bryant                                         Bonnie Pfiester

                                    Greg Williams                                   Tom and Hollyann Quina

                                                         Ron and Mary Ann Derby                  

                                    The following agenda items were discussed:

 Ro reported that she has received several requests for more information regarding membership in the Club from visitors of our web site.  Currently, there are 79 paid members.

Old Business included the following:

Thank you to Steve and Bonnie for arranging two very successful club events in February.  Good times, good fun and good food were had by all who attended the Saturday fun day at Andretti Thrill Park and the Mystery Dinner Run to Zapata’s in Port St. Lucie.  

Congratulations to Cathie.  In the recent issue of Luminaries, Cathie was highlighted for her many hours of charity work.  If you missed the article, you can read it on luminariesweb.com.  Please let Tom know of any Members in the News so he can capture it on the web site.

Jack Berg has his 2002 Corvette for sale if anyone is interested or knows of someone who may be interested.  

New Business included the following:

The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held this Saturday, March 11th.  Cathie will have more details available at our General Membership meeting on Friday.

Several members of the Club will be making the trip to Sebring on March 18th.  Tom will send an email posting information on the Sebring Race.

The annual Under the Oaks Car Show is being held on March 25th.  As in the past, members of the Club display their cars and enjoy the delicious Hobo Stew feast.  As a club, we will get a discounted entry fee of $15.00.  Our cars are considered a special interest draw and are not eligible for judging.

Harry and Linda are the hosts for the March 28th Mystery Dinner Run.

Our activities director will further discuss the March Events at the March 10th General Membership meeting.

The following upcoming events were mentioned:

  • April 8thEckler’s Spring Show.  This is not a club event but that does not prevent interested members from attending.
  • April 15th – Service Chevrolet’s Grand Re-opening.   The time is 10AM to 3PM.  Club members are asked to display their cars from 10AM to 1PM.   Greg will have further information at the general membership meeting on March 10th.
  • April 22ndVettes At The Port. 
  • April 25th Mystery Dinner Run.  Karl and Bonnie Steene will be the hosts.  

Members have been asked to display their cars at the Gifford Youth Activity Fund Raiser.  Discussion on this event was tabled to give the Activities Director time to obtain further details. 

George Blythe from Habitat For Humanity has asked to come speak at our general membership meeting on March 10th to discuss a Poker Run to be held on April 1st.   Members of various automobile and motorcycle clubs within the county are participating.  Members of Indian River Corvette Club have been invited to participate.  Dick will call him and confirm.

Until last year, the club event for November was Corvettes in Paradise in the Keys.  Last year, the club event was Silver Springs.  Both shows have been held on the same weekend.  This year, Corvettes in Paradise will be held the weekend following Silver Springs.  Our club event for November will remain unchanged this year – Silver Springs.  For members interested in attending Corvettes in Paradise, information is posted on our website.  

With no further business at hand, the meeting adjourned at 7:30 PM. 

Respectfully submitted,

Mary Ann Derby
Mary Ann Derby
Indian River Corvette Club Secretary
  

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB GENERAL
MEMBERSHIP MEETING
MINUTES
March 10, 2006
CARRIAGE HOUSE RESTAURANT

The 3rd General Membership meeting of the year 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by President Dick Kesler at approximately 7:15 PM at the Carriage House.  There were 40 members and 4 prospective members and 1 guest in attendance.

 Welcome to prospective new members, Otis and Susan; Steve and Christine; and Bob and Jackie.  Welcome also to Eric, Jim Gallagher’s guest for the evening.

Birthday wishes were expressed to everyone with a birthday in March.  

Congratulations to all members who have become the proud owners of new, different or additional Corvettes.

Sign-in/Member Info Sheet was available and all members were reminded to sign in.

Treasurer’s Report was accepted as read.  As always, detailed statements of receipts and disbursements are available for review. 

Thanks to the hosts of February’s HOT Mystery Dinner Run to Zapatas.  Teniamos un buen rato y la comida estaba delisiosa.  (We had a good time and the food was delicious)

Reminder to read the March Newsletter on the club website.  If anyone has any news that they would like printed or if someone in the club makes the news, please let Hollyann know so she announce in the monthly newsletter. 

Although the turnout was small, those members that made the trip to Andretti’s Thrill Park had a great time and enjoyed a terrific lunch at Texas Road House in Palm Bay.  Thanks to Steve and Bonnie for planning this club event.

Announcements:

It was announced that the Rotary of Vero Beach produced a CD of the Christmas Parade.  If anyone is interested in obtaining one, please see Dick C.  The cost is $10.00.

Service Chevrolet is having a grand reopening on April 15th and would like members to show their cars in the front of the showroom from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.  Come join the fun and enjoy some refreshments.

Tom White, our 1st President, is running for City Councilman and would appreciate our support.  The election will be held Tuesday, March 14th.  Be sure to turn out to vote for your choice of elected officials.

Tom and Hollyann are making a special trip to the Corvette Museum this week-end.  You can catch the Monday morning activities on the Museum Website.

Thanks were expressed to everyone for all the calls and emails following Bill’s accident. 

A printed Tribute to Betty Skelton is on each table for members to read. Betty spoke briefly about her early days with General Motors. 

There are flyers on the tables with suggestions for the donations to the Women’s Refuge Center.  Please be sure to read and bring your donated items to future meetings. 

The membership chairman would like to remind everyone to sign in at the meetings to stop and look at the information on the front table.  You can pick up copies of the minutes, the treasurers report and the club history; business cards; welcome fliers; and other printed hand-outs.  Also, you can buy club shirts at Southern Embroidery.  And if you need a new name tag, let her know.

The Activities Director’s reviewed the following events/dates:

The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held tomorrow, March 11th.  For those planning to participate, please meet on Cardinal Drive at 9:00 AM.  Don’t forget your 
green decorations and Irish spirit.  As with the Christmas Parade, CD’s will be available at a future date.

 March 15th-18th:  The 12 Hours of Sebring.  Please contact Tom or Rob for information regarding events and caravan to the race.

Club Activity of the Month:

Saturday – March 25th Under the Oaks Antique Car Show at Riverside Park Registration is from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM.  The show runs from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Although our cars are not eligible for judging, we are all encouraged to participate or attend. This promises to be the largest field of entries in the history of the show.  As with past shows, HOBO stew will be the Corvette Club dinner special of the day.

 March Mystery Dinner Ride on Tuesday, 03/28 hosted by Linda and Harry.  We leave TJ Maxx at 6:00 PM for destination unknown.  Bring your appetite.

  A sneak preview of future events include the April 1st poker run to support

       Habitat for Humanity; Eckler’s Springfest on April 8th; Service Chevrolet’s grand reopening on April 15th; and our

       Mystery dinner ride on April 25th hosted by Bonnie and Karl  Not over 21? – no problem, just bring your mother Cost is $20.00 – all inclusive  Adult entertainment provided                  Bring $ingle dollar bill$ 

50/50 - $100.00 jackpot was split with prospective new members Otis and Sue.  Congratulations to Otis and Sue and thanks to all for participating.  A dessert run to the Toojay’s followed the meeting.

A reminder that we are not paying for the use of the room so please remember to take care of your bill and generously tip the waiter and waitress.  

With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:58 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
Mary Ann Derby
 Mary Ann Derby
Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
MINUTES
April 14, 2006
CARRIAGE HOUSE RESTAURANT

The 4th General Membership meeting of the year 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by President Dick Kesler at approximately 7:15 PM at the Carriage House.  There were 35 members and 4 prospective members and 1 guest in attendance.

New members and guests were welcomed; birthday wishes expressed to club members with April birthdays and congratulatory wishes expressed to recently engaged members.

Members of new corvettes spoke briefly about their cars and Frank talked about a new program at NCM where a Corvette owner, for a small fee, have his car “redelivered” at the Museum just as with the Museum delivery option for new Corvettes. 

Treasurer’s Report was accepted as read.  As always, detailed statements of receipts and disbursements are available for review.   Motion to accept as read was made by Dick Cantnor.  Seconded by Frank Bauto. Motion carried.

Secretary’s report of the March 10th general membership meeting was accepted.  Motion to accept as written was made by Sue Smith.  Seconded by Amy Harp. Motion carried.

Announcements:

Dan and Ro announced that they still have a few tickets available for the Hibiscus Ball for Saturday evening, April 22nd.  Speak with Dan or Ro for more information.

Corvette Corral:

Our guest, Bill, announced that his Vette is for sale.  For more information, you can contact Bill or IRC member, John Mulligan.

Tom and Hollyann also have one for sale.  Contact Tom for information.

Reminder:

Service Chevrolet is having a grand reopening on April 15th and would like members to show their cars in the front of the showroom starting at 11:00 AM.  Come join the fun and enjoy some refreshments.

In the absence of the Activities Director, Dick reviewed upcoming Corvette Events.  Information can be found on the club website and there are some flyers available on the front table.

 April Mystery Dinner Ride on April 25th will hosted by Bonnie and Karl. 
Watch your email in the coming days for further information.

50/50 - $110.00 jackpot was split with Bill.  Congratulations Bill and Marlene and thanks to all for participating.  A dessert run to the Bob Evans followed the meeting.

A reminder that we are not paying for the use of the room so please remember to take care of your bill and generously tip the waiter and waitress.  

Meeting adjourned at 7:55 PM.

Minutes recorded by
Mary Ann Derby
Mary Ann Derby
Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING MINUTES
May 2, 2006
AY JALISCO RESTAURANT

The Board of Directors meeting for May, 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by incoming President Dick Kesler at approximately 6:55 PM at Ay Jalisco.  In attendance:

                                    Dick and Lucy Kesler
                                    Harry Butler
                                    Tom and Hollyann Quina
                                     Ron and Mary Ann Derby 
                                     Denver and Sharon Sperry

The following agenda items were discussed:

Old Business:

Thank you to everyone who participated in the March and April club events including:

Under the Oaks – 12 club cars participated

Service Chevrolet’s Grand Re-opening – 12 to 15 club cars participated

Thanks were expressed to Harry and Linda Fallon for hosting the March Mystery Dinner Run to Marsh Landing in Sebastian and

Karl and Bonnie Steene for hosting the April Mystery Dinner Run to Greek Village Tavernia

New Business included the following:

  • Reminder that the following shows are scheduled: 

            May 13th – Stuart Car Show (Fort Pierce Marina)

            May 20th – Vettes at the Inlet (Daytona)

            June 17th – Vettes at the Villages (St. Augustine)

If you are planning to attend and have not yet sent in your show registration or booked a motel room, time is running short.

It was mentioned that we should try to get together as a club and attend the Eckler’s Casino Cruise in July.  This is will discussed at the general membership meeting on May 12th.

New Business cont’d:

  • Mystery Dinner Runs:

May 30th Dan and Ro Bryant will be hosting this event at their home. 

June 27th – Dick and Lucy Kesler, hosts.  

The recent concerns regarding a request for membership were discussed.  As a club, this needs to be put to rest and we need to move forward.  Tom motioned that Dick correct the misinformation in writing and present to the membership.  Harry seconded this motion.  Motion carried.  

This has raised concerns regarding the club By-laws.  It has been a while since these were reviewed and updated.  Creation of a By-laws review committee will be open for discussion at the general membership meeting on May 12th.

Dick presented the Board with the email resignations of Officer –at- Large Rob Callery and Activities Director Cathie Callery.  Harry Butler motioned to accept their resignations.  Tom Quina seconded.  The Board voted to approve these resignations.  At this time, only the Officer-at-Large position needs to be filled.  It is the feeling of the Board that we do not need to fill the position vacated by Cathie Callery at this time.  Our current Activities Director can ask for assistance as needed. Motion was made by Harry Butler to open the floor for volunteers and nominations for the Officer –at-Large position at the May 12th general membership meeting.  Motion seconded by Mary Derby. Motion carried.  

There has also been some concern regarding the Women’s Refuge Center donations.  In lieu of personal items, it was suggested that the club present the Center with a donation.  Of course, this does not mean that an individual cannot also donate items needed by the Center.  Tom Quina made a motion to donate $100.00.  Motion was seconded by Lucy Kesler. 

Motion carried.  Dick will speak with the treasurer regarding this.

With no further agenda items to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 7:50 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

Mary Ann Derby
Mary Ann Derby
Indian River Corvette Club Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
 GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
MINUTES
May 12, 2006

CARRIAGE HOUSE RESTAURANT

The 5th General Membership meeting of the year 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by President Dick Kesler at approximately 7:10 PM at the Carriage House.  There were 35 members and 4 prospective members in attendance.

New members and guests were welcomed; birthday wishes expressed to club members with May birthdays. 

Members of new or recently purchased corvettes spoke briefly about their cars and guests Frank and Cheryl announced that they will be taking museum delivery of a 2006 Z06.  Greg announced that Linda and Harry Fallon have ordered a new Corvette.

Treasurer’s Report was accepted as read.  As always, detailed statements of receipts and disbursements are available for review.   Motion to accept as read was made by Amy harp.  Seconded by Sue Smith.  Motion carried.

Secretary’s report of the April 14th general membership meeting was accepted.  Motion to accept as written was made by Frank Baudo.  Seconded by Tom Quina.  Motion carried.

May Board Meeting Decisions:

At the May 2nd Board of Directors meeting it was suggested that the club donate $100 to the Women’s Refuge Center as a club donation.  Tom Quina made the motion to approve and Harry Butler seconded.  Motion carried.  Members can still bring personal items to meetings to donate to the center.

The Board of Directors also voted to accept the resignations of Rob and Cathie Callery.  This will leave an opening on the Board for a member-at-large.  

New Business:

Dick received a letter of resignation from Harry Butler.  Tom Quina motioned to accept his resignation.  Karl Steene seconded.  Motion carried.

With the office of Vice-President vacated as well as the Officer-at-large potion, Dick announced that nominations for these positions would be accepted through the June 1st.  A vote will be taken at the June general membership meeting.  Harry Fallon, Sue Smith and Lucy Kesler will serve as the nominating committee for this election.  Bill Ulisky was nominated for Officer-at-Large.  Frank Baudo and Ron Derby were nominated for Vice-President.

We still need hosts for the summer Mystery Dinner Runs.  Thanks to the following volunteers.

          June – Lucy and Dick Kesler
                July – Connie and Frank Baudo
                August – Sue and Terry Smith

 Activities:

In the absence of the Activities Director, Dick reviewed upcoming Corvette Events.  Information can be found on the club website and there are some flyers available on the front table.

                Reminder:  The monthly club event – Stuart Club Corvette Snow at the Fort Pierce Marina will be held tomorrow -  Saturday, May 12th.  Rain or Shine.

                Ponce Inlet Show in Daytona – Saturday, May 20th.  

May Mystery Dinner Ride on May 30th will hosted by Dan and Ro at their home. Watch your email in the coming days for further information.

50/50 - $90.00 jackpot was split with Bonnie and Karl Steene.  Congratulations Bonnie and Karl and thanks to all for participating.  Frank Baudo suggested a dessert run to the newly opened IHOP on Route 60.

A reminder that we are not paying for the use of the room so please remember to take care of your bill and generously tip the waiter and waitress.  

Meeting adjourned at 8:45 PM.

Minutes recorded by
Mary Ann Derby
Mary Ann Derby
Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
 GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
MINUTES
June 9, 2006
CARRIAGE HOUSE RESTAURANT

The June General Membership meeting of the year 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by President Dick Kesler at approximately 7:07 PM at the Carriage House.  There were 32 members in attendance.

The club welcomed Jerry Heron of Vero as our newest member.  Jerry drives a Red 1981.

Birthday wishes were expressed to those members with June birthdays.

Carol Johnson, a candidate for election to the Indian River County School Board and an invited guest of Frank Baudo, gave a brief campaign speech.  

Thanks were expressed to Dan and Ro Bryant and daughter Heather for hosting the May Dinner Ride at Heather’s home.  There were 54 members present and several invited guests.  It was a fun time for all, great food and a birthday celebration for Betty Skelton Erde. Special thanks to the Party Dolls for a delightful evening of entertainment. 

Dick reported that Beth Butcher had been involved in an accident.  Best wishes for a speedy recovery for Beth and her yellow 93.

Congratulations to Harry and Linda Fallon on the delivery of their new 2006.

Greg Williams informed the members that ID cards are being made for all members that will give members a 10% discount on parts and labor at Service Chevrolet.  Tires are not included.

Karl and Bonnie Steene announced that they have a 2000 Corvette for sale – red with tan interior.  New tires.  Extended warranty.  If interested, speak with Karl or Bonnie.

Wayne and Eva Sandlin, Lee and Terry Harris and Dick and Lucy Kesler will be making the trip to Bloomington next week-end.  We wish them all a good time and safe trip.

Treasurer’s Report was accepted as read.  As always, detailed statements of receipts and disbursements are available for review.   Motion to accept as read was made by Sandy Ericsson.  Seconded by Leslie Sperlock.  Motion carried. 

 Secretary’s report of the May 12th general membership meeting was accepted.  Motion to accept as written was made by Frank Baudo.  Seconded by Dan Bryant.  Motion carried.

Membership report:  Ro reported that we now have 120 members.

Activities:

In the absence of the Activities Director, Dick reviewed upcoming Corvette Events.  Information can be found on the club website and there are some flyers available on the front table.

                Reminder:  The 4th of July Parade in Sebastian.  Meet at the Park at 6:30 AM.  The parade starts
                        At 8:30. Remember to decorate your cars in patriotic fashions
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                                   June Mystery Dinner Ride on June 27th will hosted by Dick and Lucy Kesler.  Watch your
                      email in the coming days for further information.

New Business:

Bonnie Pfiester has asked for assistance as activities director.  Sue Smith volunteered to help out and speak at meetings in Bonnie’s absence.  Ro made the motion to appoint Sue as assistant Co-Activities Director to replace Cathie Callery who resigned in April.  Wayne Sandlin seconded the motion.  Motion carried.  Congratulations Sue.

 Elections to fill the positions of Officer-at-Large and Vice-President vacated by Rob Callery and Harry Butler were held.  Bill Ulisky was elected Officer-at-Large and Frank Baudo was elected Vice-President.  Congratulations Bill and Frank.

Dan Bryant made a motion to drop the slogan ”the friendliest Corvette Club in Florida” and replace it with ‘Home Club of Betty Skelton Erde” or something to that effect.  Motion dropped.  Denver motioned that we just add “and the Home Club of Betty Skelton”.  Karl seconded the motion subject to the approval of Betty Skelton.

Questions regarding the election of officers, the by-laws and the voting process were raised by Leslie. Members feel that each member (driver and navigator) should have a vote – not one vote per membership.  Some members also questioned as to whether the election was conducted per the by-laws.  After a brief discussion, Dan motioned that a committee be appointed to draft necessary changes to the by-laws.  Sue seconded that motion.  Motion carried.  A committee will be formed at the July Board meeting to discuss changes to the by-laws.

50/50 - $90.00 jackpot was split with Frank and Connie Baudo.  Congratulations Frank and Connie and thanks to all for participating.  In place of a dessert run, Lucy and Dick Kesler arranged for the club to have a dance at the Carriage House immediately following the meeting.  Music will be provided by Play It Again.  Many thanks to Ro Bryant, Lucy Kesler and Linda Fallon for providing desserts for this evening.

A reminder that we are not paying for the use of the room so please remember to take care of your bill and generously tip the waiter and waitress.  

Meeting adjourned at 8:10 PM.

Minutes recorded by
Mary Ann Derby
Mary Ann Derby
Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING MINUTES
July 11, 2006
Conference Room
SERVICE CHEVROLET

The Board of Directors meeting for July, 2006 of the Indian River Corvette Club was Called to Order by President Dick Kesler at approximately 6:00 PM in the conference room at Service Chevrolet.  In attendance:

                                                Dick and Lucy Kesler                        Terry and Sue Smith
                                                Tom and Hollyann Quina
                                             Ron and Mary Ann Derby                 Frank and Connie Baudo
                                             Denver and Sharon Sperry               Bill Ulisky
                                                Harry Fallon                                     Ro Bryant

Dick expressed our gratitude to Gregg Williams of Service Chevrolet for the use of the room and for supplying cold soda and water for refreshments.

The following agenda items were discussed:

Dick welcomed and congratulated the new officers – Vice President Frank Baudo and Officer-at-large Bill Ulisky.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Fourth of July Parade in Sebastian.  A special thanks to Bill Ulisky for coordinating the parade and arranging for breakfast following at Marsh Landing in Fellsmere.  Everyone who attended had a good time.

Dick spoke with Betty Skelton Erde regarding the insertion of “and Home Club of Betty Skelton” to the club motto.  She has no problem with this change.

Tom Quina requested floor time to express his concerns regarding recent happenings at club meetings and events and also the ambiguity of the club by-laws.  After some discussion, it was agreed that the by-laws are hard to interpret and need to be revised.  Also, the club rosters and lists need to be updated to correspond with the clarification of the by-laws.  Following the discussion, a By-laws committee chairperson was appointed – Ro Bryant.  Three board members have volunteered to help her – Denver Sperry, Tom Quina and Sue Smith.  More volunteers are needed and will be brought to the general membership at the July 14th meeting.

To date, there are no scheduled club events for the months of August and September with the exception of the Mystery Dinner Runs.  Sue and Bonnie will meet and come up with an event for these months.  Dinner at the Italian-American Club on Sunday night August 6th or 20th was mentioned as a possible club event. 

Reminder that Frank and Connie Baudo are hosting the Mystery Dinner Run on July 25th and Terry and Sue Smith are the hosts for the August 29th MDR.

Dick announced that he and Lucy would not be in town for the September 5th Board Meeting.  Frank Baudo will chair this meeting.  

The club secretary will be on vacation through November.  Lucy Kesler, Connie Baudo and Ro Bryant have volunteered to record the minutes during her absence.  A very big thank-you to Lucy, Connie and Ro.

Dick spoke briefly about the possibility of doing a car show in conjunction with a local Corvette owner.  Taking on a show is a large responsibility and something that the board feels is too large an undertaking at this time.  Sue and Bonnie will contact Mr. Deubel and speak with him regarding the possibility of doing something small such as a club event or monthly meeting at his establishment

With no further agenda items to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 7:00 PM.  Dinner at Chili’s for anyone interested.

Respectfully recorded by,
Mary Ann Derby
 Mary Ann Derby
Indian River Corvette Club Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES
July 14, 2006

President Dick Kesler called the meeting to order at 7:10 P.M. at the Carriage House.  There were 27 club members present.  Guests present were:  David and Shelagh Ancil and Barry and Deanna Bracken.

In the absence of the Secretary, Mary Derby, Lucy Kesler was asked to record the minutes.

Members with July birthdays were acknowledged.

Treasurer's report was accepted as read.  Motion was made by Greg Williams and seconded by Amy Harp.  Motion carried. 

Secretary's report of the June 9th General Membership meeting was accepted.  Motion was made by Tom LaRocca and seconded by Harry Fallon.  Motion Carried.

Secretary's report of the July 11th Executive Board Meeting was accepted.  Motion  was made by Amy Harp and seconded by Tom LaRocca.  Motion carried.

There was a discussion regarding guest speakers at the General Membership meetings.  A motion stating "We do not want political campaigning at our meetings" was made by Sue Smith and seconded by Wayne Sandlin.  Motion carried.

Members of the By-Laws Committee are:  Ro Bryant, Chairperson, Sue Smith, Frank Baudo, Denver Sperry, Greg Butcher, and Tom Quina.

There were 25 members present at the June 27 Mystery Dinner Run at Waldo's in the Driftwood Inn.  Dick and Lucy Kesler, who hosted the event, thanked all who braved the inclement weather to attend.

Eight club cars participated in the Sebastian July 4th parade.  After the parade a brunch at Marsh Landing was enjoyed by 19 members and guests. A "thank you" was relayed to Bill Ulisky for setting up the event.

Highlights of the Bloomington Gold Show in St. Charles, IL, on June 17 & 18 were given by Wayne Sandlin.

Activities:

  Mystery Dinner Run, July 25, hosted by Frank and Connie Baudo

  Mystery Dinner Run, August 29, hosted by Sue and Terry Smith

  Mystery Dinner Run, September 26, Dan and Ro Bryant

The 50/50 ($40) was won by Greg Butcher.

Meeting adjourned at 7:40 P.M.  A dessert run to the Boardwalk followed.

The next General Membership Meeting is August 11, 2006 at the Carriage House.

Respectfully submitted,
Lucy Kesler
Acting Secretary (for Mary Derby)

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES
August 11, 2006

President Dick Kesler called the meeting to order at 7:35 P.M. at the Carriage House.  There were 32 club members present.  Guests present were Carl and Nancy Michaud who later joined the club. Welcome Carl and Nancy. 

 In the absence of the Secretary, Mary Ann Derby, Lucy Kesler recorded the minutes.

 Members with August birthdays were acknowledged.

 As Ro Bryant, Treasurer, was out-of-town, Sue Smith gave the Treasurer's report.  The report was accepted as read.  Motion was made by Frank Baudo and seconded by Tom LaRocca.  Motion carried.

 Secretary's report of  the July 14th General Membership Meeting was accepted.  Motion was made by Amy Harp and seconded by Beth Butcher. Motion carried.  Positive comments were made regarding  the minutes being sent to the members via e-mail (Yahoo).

 Sue Smith, reporting for Ro Bryant, Membership Chairman, stated that the By Laws committee had met and were working on revisions of the By Laws.  When the revisions are completed, they will be presented to the Board, then to the general membership for approval.

 Frank and Connie Baudo were given a "thank you" for hosting the July 25 Mystery Dinner Run.  There were 34 members who enjoyed the cruise to the Jasmine Restaurant in the Village Shops.                

 Activities director, Sue Smith, announced upcoming activities for the club.

  Pasta night at the Italian American Club, August 13.
  Mystery Dinner Run, August 29, hosted by Terry and Sue Smith
  Mystery Dinner Run, September 26, Dan and Ro Bryant
  Mystery Dinner Run, October 26 (Thursday), Wayne and Eva Sandlin 

The membership present agreed to switch the October 31st Mystery Dinner Run from the last Tuesday, which is Halloween, to the preceding Thursday, October 26.

 Frank Baudo, Vice President of the Italian American Club, gave additional information on Pasta night on August 13 and invited all to attend.

 Additional activities were listed, i.e., SOLO, Corvettes at Carlisle (PA), Eckler's Reunion,  and the 2006 Funfest (Effingham, IL).

 Bonnie Steene inquired why pictures of club events have not been posted on the website since April.  The delay has been attributed to hard drive problems.  Members favored posting available photos even if the portfolio is incomplete.       

 The 50/50  was won by new member, Carl Michaud.

 The meeting adjourned at 8:30 P.M.  A dessert run to Baskin-Robbins followed. 

 The next Board meeting will be September 5, 2006, followed by the General Membership meeting  on September 8, 2006.

 Respectfully submitted,

 Lucy Kesler
Acting Secretary (for Mary Ann Derby)

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING MINUTES
August 24, 2006

The regular Board meeting of the Indian River Corvette Club was held on August 24th, 2006 at the home of Ro and Dan Bryant.  The meeting began at 7:00 p.m.

The attendees were:  Ro Bryant, Frank Baudo, Sue Smith, Tom Quina, Holly Ann Quina and Bill Ulisky.  Connie Baudo substituted for Mary Derby as secretary.

Subject-  Creating a nominating committee for upcoming elections.

The nominating committee should consist of 1 Board member and at least 2  general members.
The Board chose Frank Baudo as the Board member and Greg Butcher and Dan Bryant as the 2 general members.  If anyone else would like to volunteer to be part of this committee, please contact Frank Baudo.

The duties of officers will be provided at the next general meeting to any candidate running for office.

Tom Quina made the motion for adjournment and Sue Smith second it.  The Board meeting was adjourned at 7:25 pm.

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
September 8, 2006

The meeting was called to order at 7:30, at the Carriage House, by Vice President Frank Baudo. There were 31 club members in attendance and 1 guest.

Treasurers report was given and accepted. Motion was made by Dan Bryant & seconded by Amy Harp.

Secretary's report from the August 11th meeting was presented. A motion to accept this report was made by Greg Butcher and seconded by Alan Erde.

Frank announced the following people for the nominating committee. Dan Bryant, Greg Butcher, and Frank Baudo. Frank asked for volunteers from the membership to help. No takers.

Members with September birthdays was presented to the club.

Old Business:

A photo album was present to Betty Skelton Erde on behalf of club from the May dinner ride.

The by-laws committee will meet again on September 14th at Ro Bryant's house.

Thank you to the Smith's for the August mystery dinner run.

Tom Quina updated us on everything present on our website.

New Business:

Activities Report: Mystery dinner run for September will be Dan & Ro Bryant (Tuesday Sept. 26)
                         Mystery dinner run for October will be Wayne & Eva Sandlin
                         Road Atlanta will be August 26-30. Eckler's reunion will be October 26th.

Greg Williams will have VIP cards ready for paid members from Service Chevrolet. Greg will coordinate the distribution of the cards with Ro Bryant. Recalls on some "05s & 06"s. See Greg if this effects you.

Dan Bryant and the nominating committee ,Greg Butcher, & Frank Baudo will be meeting next week.

The 50/50 was won by Sue Smith. The dessert run was to Cracker Barrel

The meeting was adjourned at 8:20 P.M. with a motion made by Dave Ancil and seconded by Fran Kamberger.

Minutes taken for Mary Derby, and
Respectfully submitted by,
Ro Bryant

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES
OCTOBER 13, 2006

The meeting was called to order by President Dick Kesler at 7:30 P.M. at the Carriage House. There were 40 members present.  Vice President Frank Baudo led the group reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Members with October birthdays were acknowledged.

 VIP cards from Service Chevrolet entitling members to a 10% discount on parts and labor were brought to the meeting by Greg Williams and distributed by Ro Bryant.

The Secretary's report of the September 8, 2006, meeting was accepted. Motion was made by Dr. Allen Erde and seconded by Dick Cantner.  Ro Bryant gave the Treasurer's report which was accepted as read. Motion to accept was made by Sue Smith and seconded by Sandy Ericsson. The motion carried.

Ro reported that the Christmas Party will cost $29 + tax + gratuity per person. Ro proposed that each membership (maximum of two people) pay $10, with other non-member guests paying $25 each. Greg Butcher made a motion to accept. Tom LaRocco seconded. The motion carried.  As in the past, Paradise Central, Inc. will cover the cost of the music.

In lieu of the gift exchange among members at the Christmas Party, Wayne Sandlin suggested that members consider donating a minimum of $10 for Christmas gifts for needy children.  Also suggested was the purchase of international phone cards for overseas servicemen.  The matter was tabled until the November meeting.  Bill and Marlene Ulisky will handle publicity to give Indian River Corvette Club credit for donations.

Dan and Ro Bryant were thanked for hosting the September Mystery Dinner Run to Mrs. Macs Filling Station,

Thanks were extended to the By Laws Committee for their work reviewing and revising the By Laws.  A copy of the proposed By Laws was given to the officers for review prior to the Board meeting on November 7.  Following approval by the Board, the proposed By Laws will be presented to the membership at the General Membership meeting November 10 and approved at the January meeting.

The nominating committee consisting of Frank Baudo, Dan Bryant and Greg Butcher reported the following slate of officers for 2007:

            President - Ro Bryant
   
         Vice President - Frank Baudo
   
         Secretary - Karen Atwell
   
         Treasurer - Greg Butcher
   
         Activities Directors - Sue Smith and Beth Butcher

As there were no further nominations from the floor, the nominations were closed. The slate will be approved at the November 10 General Membership Meeting.  The nominating committee was thanked for their efforts.

Among the activities presented by Sue Smith were:  Run for the money Poker Run, Sunday October 15;  Ecklers Corvette Reunion, October 21;  Mystery Dinner Run, hosted by Wayne and Eva Sandlin, October 26 (changed to Thursday because Halloween is the last Tuesday);  Corvettes in Paradise Islamorada, November 4; and 9th Annual Corvette Show, Silver Springs, November 4.  Dick Cantner will organize the Club's cars participating in the Vero Beach Christmas Parade on December 2.

The next Board of Directors meeting is Tuesday, November 7, at 6:30 P.M. at Service Chevrolet.  The next General Membership Meeting is November 10.

The 50/50 was won by Frank and Cheryl Casano.  Additional drawings determined winners for the four quilted covers donated by David and Shelagh Ancil.

The meeting adjourned at 8:35 P.M. following a motion by Terry Smith, seconded by Dick Cantner. A dessert run to Marble Slab followed.

Respectfully submitted,
Lucy Kesler, Acting Secretary (for Mary Ann Derby)

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING MINUTES
November 07, 2006

President Dick Kesler called the meeting to order at 6:15 P.M. in the conference room of Service Chevrolet, our Corporate Sponsor.

Board members in attendance were Dick Kesler, Frank Baudo, Bill Ulisky, Mary Derby, Ro Bryant,  Sue Smith, Lucy Kesler, Hollyann Quina and Tom Quina.  Also in attendance were Connie Baudo, Denver Sperry and Gregg Williams.

After a lengthy discussion by of the proposed BY-LAW revisions, motion to make necessary spelling and grammar corrections and delete the examples clause from Article IV: Associate Member was made by Sue Smith and seconded by Tom Quina.  Motion carried.  All other changes and/or corrections will be passed along to the 2007 BY-LAWS Committee for revision.

Gregg Williams mentioned that the new Marketing Director for Service Chevrolet will be joining our club and has some great ideas for club events, particularly with a charity event in support of the Marine Corps League Toys For Tots Drive.  He also mentioned that Service now owns an older fire truck that they would like to use in parades such as the Christmas Parade to lead the Indian River Corvette Club contingent. 

With no further business to discuss, motion was made by Frank Baudo to adjourn.  It was seconded by Mary Derby.  Meeting adjourned at 7:15 PM.

Recorded by

Mary Derby
Secretary

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INDIAN RIVER CORVETTE CLUB
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
NOVEMBER 10, 2006

President Dick Kesler called the meeting to order at 7:00p.m., at the Carriage House.

New members were introduced and birthdays honored.

General Membership minutes were from the past meeting were approved by Greg Butcher and second by Dan Bryant.

Treasurer's Report was approved by Beth Butcher and second by Dick Canter.

Activates Director report: November 12,2006 Cypress Gardens car show. Dick Canter will be in charge of the Xmas Parade for our club. November 18,2006 will be Downtown Melbourne Vettes.

Old Business: Service Chevrolet will host Toys for Tots. Motion was made by David Ancil and second by Linda Fallon that we donate money to service instead of a gift exchange at the Christmas Party.

The Christmas Party is Saturday December 9th, 2006. The party is to be held at the Indian River Club with a cost of $5.00 per member, and $25.00 per guest.

No December meeting.

50/50 raffle was won by Fran Kamberger in the amount of $40.00.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 with a motion by Lucy Kesler and second by Bill Ulisky.

Recorded by
Karen Atwell, Acting Secretary

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