Heartland Chevelle Club
Meeting Notes
November 12, 2017 - Holiday Party @ Omaha Gun Club, 82" & Center, Omaha, NE

Members in attendance: Greg Hansen, John Porcel, Nick Tomcykowski, Steve Fitch, Russ Detjens & Connie Johnson, Bob & Karen Clegg, Rich & Cindy Colfack, Bob & Cathy Von Kaenel, Kin & Lisa Cheung, Jay & Linda Johnson, Stacy Lambert & girls, Rick & Jan Lambert, Greg Reisdorff & Son, Chris & Tami Saunders, Steve Kohler, Ron & Linda Liston, Larry Jansky & Daughter Monica, Jon Torrey, Justin King, Mike and Lynda Tesar.

Meeting was called to order by president Greg Hansen at 2PM

Treasurer's Report:
Report was given was given by Connie Johnson

Secretary's Report:
Not Available

Member News:

Agenda Items:

Greg said that at the October Meeting, 2' nominations were taken and voted on for the 2018 club officers: The 2018 Club officers are: President- Greg Hansen, Vice President- Steve Fitch, Secretary- Terri Kendall, Treasurer- Connie Johnson.

Greg said that he would like the $4,758.46 that was left from the 2017 Regional Car Show to be saved for our next show in 2021. Everyone agreed.

Greg asked what everyone thought about giving $500 to Sweet Cases for Sweet Faces and $500 to the Nebraska Children's Home Society for Project Elf out of Club funds. There was club discussion and a vote was taken and approved.

Greg asked if everyone had a chance to look at the video that was playing from the car show, and talked about the price for copies to be made. Price was around $5 for a dvd or flash drive.

Greg purchased $600 in gift cards from club funds and gave away as door prizes.

Connie Johnson, recipient of last years traveling Heartland Chevelle Club, Golden Chevelle Award, that is given to recognize members who have demonstrated outstanding dedication to the club & the hobby in a Chevelle oriented manner, was pleased to present it to this year's recipient Bob Clegg.

Next Club Meeting:

Motion from Rick Lambert to adjourn the meeting and 2nd by everyone. Motion carried and meeting adjourned.

Minutes submitted by Connie Johnson