LTBRN Minutes 5-4-2011
Attendance Present: Dan, Carol, Scott, Leticia, Larry S, Larry M, Robert, Rosie Absent: Linda, Joe, George, Miguel, Don, Rich, Tim, Sherri, Allen, Brian, Excused: Gina Guest: Steve Kolsnick
Meeting Topic: General business meeting. Discussions topics consisted of resolving a disagreement with a board member, a conflict with potential new member, and two existing members with one member purchasing a new business which may conflict with the other member. A suggestion was made to form a committee of non board members with one chairperson and 3-5 rotating group members to resolve rules of conduct when a disagreement arises…so it’s not the continuously the same decision makers. The members in attendance were in favor of continuing with our non competing clause in our bylaws, modeling us after other successful national and local business referral groups.
Attendance commitments are a minimum of seven meetings in a quarter. The second quarter began on April 1st. Members should have attended at least 3 meetings by next Wednesday.
LTBRN’s Facebook page updates summary activity this week: 35 monthly active users, 3 since last week. 37 people like our page, 1 since last week. 2 wall posts or comments this week, 1 since last week. 25 visits this week, 0 since last week.
Next Meeting: Will be a continuation our general business meeting. Sign Ups will be passed around for member business presentations. We will also conduct a new list of being the featured “business of the week” on our website
Business of the week: Elston Investigations is featured on our website this week www.taheobsuinesses.com Please keep Don in mind for referrals when talking with others this week.
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LTBRN minutes 4/20/11
Attendance present: Joe, Miguel, Sherri, Brian, Leticia, Scott, Linda, Larry M, Allen, Tim, Carol, Rosie, and Robert. Absent: George, Don, Larry S., Richard Excused: Dan, Gina
Speaker: Sherri – Max Design. Sherri passed around her beautiful graphic design portfolio and also her portfolio on CD. She also had a drawing for a wonderful gift basket containing items such as, a mouse pad, water bottle, hat, chocolate bar, almonds and more. Allen was the lucky winner! Sherri has been doing professional graphic design since 1979. She started in Seattle and then moved to Sacramento when she got married. She got a job at the Sacramento B. Then she applied for a job with the Cal Farm Bureau and was hired as their production artist. Afterwards, she was promoted as their art director and worked there for 13 years. Than their family moved to Alturas when her husband took a new job and she became self employed, starting her own business that has evolved into Max Designs…Take your advertising to the Max! Sherri has done extensive work for Barton Memorial Hospital and passed around her work combined with Larry’s printing for our group to view. She has an extensive portfolio, and hopes to include wine labels and book covers to it in the future. If you would like a CD of her portfolio you can contact Sherri at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next Meeting: Speaker, Dan Spano – Paradise Real Estate. Scott Hansen will run the meeting. Joe and Carol will be absent.
Business of the week: This week, Redwood Printing, Next week will be Max Designs.
Announcements: The highway 50 closure is approaching as soon as we have 10 days of consecutive good weather. The Chamber has e-blasted forms if you would like to promote your business specials on http://Way2Tahoe.com If you are planning to promote your business for free during the road closure, a form can be obtained from Katie@proprose.com and Shelley@proprose.com to send in along with your logos or printable coupons. If you need a local pass to go to and from work or school activities while construction is taking place at Echo Summit through Johnson Pass Road…Caltrans will issue passes on the following days: Wednesdays and Thursdays April 27, 28 and May 4 & 5 from 7a.m to 6p.m at the Caltrans maintenance yard; 2243 Cornelian Drive, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150.
Calendars are an important part in people’s everyday lives. We all need a calendar to be displayed in our home and office. But what is the true essence of the calendar? A calendar is useful in organizing and coordinating the day to day activities of people. It also serves as a bookmark of time, giving the people with the relevant details of history.