Lawrence Trail Hawks conducted their monthly meeting at the Lawrence Public Library on May 1. 39 members attended.
Lisa called the meeting order at 7 p.m.
Josh: $20,879.26 operating fund at the moment. $10,000 expenses to spend if needed.The rest is to spend on other race expenses for the rest of the year.
Skyline Shuffle: 45 registered, 17 that are new and have not participated on any races on UltraSignup.com. Josh used a Facebook ad to get new people to sign up. Josh is going to mark it this weekend and the weather looks ...
Lawrence Trail Hawks Meeting
March 28, 2018
In attendance Lisa Ball, Jeff Triplet, Josh McVey, Kara Protasio, Michael Schmitz, Tamara McEwen, Cara Combs, Ami W, Trudi Chavez, Matt O’Reilly, Gary Henry
The meeting was called to order at 7:37 p.m. by Lisa.
Lisa:Volunteer recognition: Josh and Lisa have been working on the idea of a volunteer recognition program. The idea of the program is to keep volunteers and race directors happy. To prevent extra work on RDs, someone else would be in charge of the program. The duo is reviewing the idea of a common volunteer ...
February 28, 2018 Meeting
In attendance: Jeff Triplett, Josh McVey, Lisa Ball, Trudi Chavez, Kara Protasio, Caroline , Matt O’Reilly,
Meeting called to order by 7:04 by Matt.
Josh: Financial report: $18,830.58 current balance. Current operating fund is $12,000 operating fund. We’ve made $415 membership revenue. Last year we had over $2,000 from membership revenue.
Josh-Accountant: Our average revenue will be above 50,000 for the third year in a row, which requires LTH to file a special tax non-profit form. The form has 50 page manual of instructions for adding a tax item ...
10th Annual Lawrence Trail Hawks All Hands Meeting January 20, 2018
Matt O’Reilly called the meeting to order at 7:03 p.m.
Matt-State of the Club:
Josh McVey-Treasurer’s Report: The Lawrence Trail Hawks are 100% transparency thanks to the Google Doc’s that Josh has made. Last year the Race Directors managed the races well and make it easy for Josh. In 2017, the LTH spent $7,461.28 on non-race expense. The club bought LTH Tech Shirts, so buy one! The club ended with an operating fund of $10,430.25. LTH donated $6,033 to ...
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Minutes of the Lawrence Trail Hawks board meeting, Thursday, June 15, 2017
Minutes of May Trail Hawk Board Meeting
The Lawrence Trail Hawks Board of Directors held its monthly meeting May 17, at the Lawrence Public Library. Attending: Matt O’Reilly, President, Benita Jones, Vice President; Josh McVey, Treasurer; Kara Protasio, Secretary; Ami Weidler-Hyten, RD for the Hawk, Trudi Chavez, Saturday Run Leader and Gary Henry, former Secretary. Matt called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m.
Matt deferred the conflict of interest policy discussion until next meeting. Gary has volunteered to edit the conflict of interest documents for the board.
Ami discussed a fundraising idea with the board. Ami ...
Minutes of April Trail Hawk Board Meeting
The Lawrence Trail Hawks Board of Directors held its monthly meeting April 11, at Josh McVey’s house. Attending: Matt O’Reilly, President, Benita Jones, Vice President; Josh McVey, Treasurer; Kara Protasio, Secretary; Caroline Wroczynski, Membership Chair; and Jeff Triplett, Webmaster. Matt called the meeting to order at 7:10 p.m.
Josh’s Treasury Report: As of 4/8/17 The total balance of the Trail Hawks budget is $11,532. What we currently have for an operation budget is $1,974.34. We spent $2,695 on club t-shirts. We need ...
This post is in no way an official representation of Trail Hawks policy or stance on any issue. It is just one member's opinion.
At one of these Whitewater Center meetings last October, Linda Craghead, assistant secretary of parks and tourism, said she would love to see alternative ideas to help the parks make some money. So I sent her the following email with a few ideas for less expensive, less intrusive ideas for methods that could be instituted in many parks, trying to be positive and encouraging as possible.
Linda never responded ... not even a "thank you" for ...
This post is strictly the perspective of the author and in no way is meant to reflect any official position of the Lawrence Trail Hawks.
REPORT ON WHITEWATER CENTER MEETING MARCH 8, 2017
I went to the community meeting about the proposed Whitewater Park development at Clinton Lake, held at the Cider Gallery in North Lawrence last night. The Gallery generously donated the space for an hour, but we were there, peppering the presenter, Jeff Wise, with questions for about 90 minutes. Jeff Wise is the head of the U.S. National White Water Center, a recreational “outdoor lifestyle” park ...