The Voter: May 2018 Annual Meeting
Dues will continue at $55.00 and are being accepted from now to September 30. You can pay via PayPal by visiting our website lwvchillicothe.org or Liz will be glad to take your check at the annual meeting.
STUDENTS ARE NOW $5.00 If you are a student or know someone that might want to join, let them know. According to our By-Laws members must be age 18.
Sub-Committees from the “Where Have all the Voters Gone” project will meet over the summer to complete goals set in March. There are some really great ideas here and we need lots of input. If you work with any student groups that want to get involved in civics activities, let us know.
When: Monday May 21. Gather at 5:30, dinner at 6:00
Where: The Dock at Water - 80 E Water St, Chillicothe, OH 45601
Menu: Use the enclosed page to make your selections and bring it to the dinner to give to our server.
You can also relay your food preference by calling call Sarah Skinner at 740-779-0804
This is a great opportunity to bring someone that you think might be interested in joining the League of Women Voters. Members who bring a guest may submit a copy of their receipt to the League to be reimbursed for half the cost of the guest’s dinner.
Minutes from the 2017 Annual Meeting
May 23, 2017 at 17 East Restaurant in Chillicothe, OH
6:00 welcome from current president Bart Henshaw followed by a dinner buffet
6:40 Business meeting began with the approval of the minutes from May 2016 (motion Sharon Verhoff/ second Ruth Tootle)
The proposed budget for 2017 -18 was presented by Liz Gibbons-Camp and discussed. The budget depends on a fund raising project in the fall of 2017 which will yield about $2000.
Budget approved (motion Dawn Zarbakhsh; second Kit Kinnamon)
Community Action Report by Betsy Moore League Representative
Community Conversations initiative Courtney Kinnamon
Fair Districts Petition Drive to end Gerrymandering for Federal elections:Ruth Tootle
Voter Service report: Sharon Verhoff
Program Proposal conversation led by Sarah Skinner: Voting Barriers in Appalachia and
Understanding Rural Voters received the top votes. This will now be the theme of programming in 2017-18
Fund Raising Project:
Sarah Skinner explained the gift wrapping project for November and December of 2017. Volunteers will be needed for four Saturdays and other days deemed most popular for downtown shoppers
Election of Officers: The proposed slate was approved:
Bart Henshaw and Sarah Skinner as co-presidents
Heather Hansford as Vice President Program
Tammy Simkins as Secretary
Ruth Tootle will serve as a member at-large
Speaker: Teri Minney the coordinator of the “Heroine Partnership Alliance” spoke about the successes and challenges of multiple agencies working to address the heroine epidemic.
Budget Proposal July 2018 - June 2019
PMP: $55 per member
State and national dues: $55 per member
($25 State, $30 National)
Fundraiser expenses: $ unknown
Website cost and maintenance: $165
Voter services: Candidates’ Night