of the September 26, 2010 Meeting of the Kanawha Alumni
meeting of the Kanawha Alumni Association was called to order by
Association President Tom Crutchfield at 2:00 p. m. at the
Burnsville Public Library.
in attendance were
minutes of the July 10, 2010 meeting were read and approved.
Lloyd / Linda Moore]
was noted that the originally scheduled meeting date of September
12, 2010 had been changed to September 26, 2010 by consent of the
was reported that there will be an open house on October 11 between
4:30 and 7:00 p. m. at Burnsville School to show case the recent
Report by Shirley Lloyd:
account balance at the end of June was $9,600.96;
the end of July it was $9,597.21.
CD balances were
Peck is to send Barbara Brown Wilson’s address to Margret
KAA approved a motion to see if Billy Rose’s blue grass/country
music band would perform the square dancing music at the 2011
banquet. Tom Crutchfield will see if the arrangements can be made.
[M/s Tom Crutchfield/ Margret Willey]
Willey will check with Helen Wine to confirm that the KAA has
reserved the Community Building for the alumni weekend.
Lloyd circulated a thank you card which she had received from the
Burnsville United Methodist Church expressing the Church’s
appreciation for the donation which the KAA had made to the Church
for the privilege of using the sanctuary for the 2010 annual
business meeting and program.
Willey reported that our tables and chairs will be moved downstairs
in the school to a new room for storage. Carl Ray Blake is building
a cart on which the tables and chairs can be efficiently stacked
for storage and for moving when needed. The materials for this cart
will cost about $250.00. The KAA will need to have the large trophy
case reassembled in the Alumni Room. The class pictures will be put
back up in the school. Some of the pictures are being
storage unit at Roy McDougal’s storage business is double locked.
It will be necessary to see how much we owe and to pay the past
Lloyd suggested that KAA designate one person to be in charge of
advertising and suggested that we inform the community and alumni
of KAA activities and plans frequently. Linda Moore volunteered to
be the KAA’s advertising reporter. Her first project is to
advertise the upcoming open house at the Burnsville School in the
President Tom Crutchfield discussed some of his plans for
implementing the “Old School—New School” theme for this year’s
Willey and Linda Dean are working on a project to make and sell KAA
tote bags as a fund raiser. Linda Dean’s daughter will sew the tote
next meeting was scheduled for October 31, 2010 at 2:00 p. m. at
the Burnsville Public Library.
meeting was adjourned at 3:30 p. m. [M/s Linda Moore/ Paul
Paul Peck, Secretary