President Therese Payne opened the meeting with the opening prayer.
Roll call was answered by 11 members sharing a highlight from their spring breaks.
The group received a thank you letter and certificate from the Literature Festival. Bonnie Walz represented the chapter and received the plaque from the festival.
Virginia Cook made a motion to accept the minutes as written and was seconded by Cindy Ayers. Motion passed. Cindy shared the treasurer’s report. Lila Reekie made a motion to accept the treasurer’s report as presented. Radcliffe seconded the motion, which passed.
No bills were presented.
Several reminders were included in the state President’s March Newsletter. Chapter members were asked to send in the “Change of Status” form when needed, to consider running for a state office, to buy tickets for the Pandora bracelet to be raffled off at the state convention to support the K-State Scholarship fund and to register for the state convention by April 18.
Walz and Cook were working on the Kansas Woman of Distinction nominee form, which was due by April 30. The Spring Mini Scholarship form was due April 15.
No May meeting was planned. The chapter’s next meeting was set for June 10 at Three Sister’s in Baldwin City. The group’s members discussed the lunch choices for Three Sisters. Payne asked the chapter to invite members and perspective members to this meeting. She needed to know the number attending by the end of May.
Cook led the chapter in program planning for 2014-2015. The installation of chapter ADK officers for the 2014-2016 biennium followed program planning.
Patty Nelson received an Easter table runner for the door prize.
The meeting was closed with the singing of “The Lamp of ADK.”
Those attending were Ayers, Cook, JoAnn Duvall, Gloria Kruse, Diane Lang, Nelson, Payne, Reekie, Radcliffe, Walz and Coffman.
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