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Written by JUDITH BENSON   
Tuesday, 08 March 2016

AGENDA

February 9, 2016

 

1. Call meeting to order

 

2. Pledge of Allegiance

 

3. Roll call

 

4. Approval of agenda

 

5. “We All Need Trees” poster contest awards presentations

 

6. Introduction of volunteers and guests:  Remarks, if requested (3 minutes each)

 

7. Approval of January 2016 meeting minutes

           

8. David Millard of NRCS

 

9. Chair’s report – Judith Benson

 

10.  Vice-Chair report – Geoff Kendrick

 

11. Treasurer's report – Edmund Young

 

12. Secretary's report – H A Duncan

 

13. Public Relations report – Justin York

 

14. Associate Supervisor's reports/discussions: TBA

 

15. Old Business: 
·         Central Florida Fair – display, literature, booth staff
·         World Water Day – Tuesday March 22 
·         Casselberry Earth Fest – Saturday April 30 

 

16. New business: Open discussion

 

17. Announcements and open comments: TBA

 

18. Next meeting – March 8 2016, tentative Presenter Betty Jo Tompkins, Director of Hillsborough SWCD
            Workshop with David Millard, NRCS immediately follows meeting

 

19. Adjourn

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