President Dave R. opened the meeting at 6:00 PM.
There were 46 members and guests present.
Prior to the meeting there were many members that brought in items for trade, sale and buy. This is growing every month and has become an important part of our meetings.
Dave R. welcomed everyone and had every member and guests introduce themselves.
The meeting was held on the third Monday this month due to the VFW using the facility for the Memorial Day activities taking place on the fourth Monday. This will be a permanent date for our May meetings each year from now on.
Dave welcomed long time no sees Pat and Chris D., Phil A., Linda S. Henry I. I made a boo boo.. I forgot to welcome back Brian K. SO WELCOME BACK BRIAN K.. Silvia R. presented Brian K. with his long lost table cloth that he used at our show last March. No storage fee this time Brian!
Thanks! To All who donated for the good of the club …
Mr. Frank S. and Ms. Jean Pierre F. for their tremendous generosity towards the good of the club ..
Our beloved webmaster, Bob. K. presented to the VFW a 5X5 projection screen for everyone’s use. Thank you Bob, for your kind donation of this much needed item.
Dave R. told the members that the cost to do our annual show was increased and our paid advertising has also risen. As a result a vote was taken and passed to raise the member tables to $30.00 to help offset these higher costs. Non members who wish to have a table will remain at $65.00. To qualify for the $30.00 member table all dealers must be a member in good standing for one year.
Our next show will be our 10th Annual Stamp and Coin Show to be held on the first Saturday in March 2014. Contracts will be available at our next meeting. Our last show was a sell out and we have a waiting list for 2014.
The date of the show is March 1, 2014.
After a discussion on the youth area and free stamp table it was voted to continue this youth area with no fees to anyone who wishes to go through donated stamps. The majority felt that this is a great draw to bring in new collectors to our hobby and in time will enrich our participating dealers when the new collectors need better material.
Our members also voted not to have coffee and Danish in the morning to avoid spills at the tables. Dave R. will ask the Elks if they will provide coffee in the dinning room for those that wish to purchase their AM coffee.
Dave R. informed the membership that on July 18 2013, on a Tuesday, at the Library at 2:00 PM an adult class on stamp and coin collecting will be presented by our club. This is the first time our club will be doing an adult version of our program.
Mark your calendars.. For our October meeting we will have our first Holiday Chinese Auction fund raiser. There will be a lot of surprises for our last meeting of the year. (November meeting is our Holiday Meal).
Our guest speaker for the evening was our Vice-President Frankie D. who gave an update on the post office. A lot of questions were asked by our members and answered. This was a fun and learning educational program that was enjoyed by all.
Our members returned the decorated mailing tubes handed out at our last meeting. Our members voted on the best ones and the Grand Prize went to Ed Wolf and 2nd prize went to Max Wolf. Every one who participated received an award.
Dave held up 14 different collectable limited edition lighthouses for the members to identify. All but two were handed out to winners and the last 2 were given out as door prizes.
We had a very active auction and a lot of surprises. Jacob S. was the highlight of the bidding wars. Great job Jacob.
Thank you Bob K., for manning the welcome table.
Thank you Ruth K., for taking care of the 50/50.
Thank you Frankie D., Kraze K, Francine F. Dave R., Jacob K., C.L., and Kendra, for your help with the auction.
Thank you Jane M., for helping pass out door prize tickets.
And thank you Paul S., Dave R., Mike N., Jane M., C.L., Max W., and Jacob K. for helping with the tables.
At our next meeting we will discuss some new ideas for our youth for helping at the club.
Our door prize voucher winners :
Geri F. and Dave G.
Our 50/50 winner was:
The Treasure Box would have been won by Mark Wells if Mark was present at the end of the club auction.
Our club had 56 members and guests present.
President Dave R. opened the meeting at 6:05 PM and welcomed everyone to our meeting.
Dave R. mentioned the bad weather and thanked everyone for attending.
Before the meeting started several guests brought collections in to be appraised. One group that I found interesting was a group of three young ladies that brought in a collection of United States stamps that were found in a storage locker they had purchased at auction. This reminded me of one of my favorite shows
“Storage Wars”. After showing these stamps to several members they sold them.
Our members are bringing more items to sell and trade before the meeting starts. This, I hope, will become a tradition for our club and will lead to new members joining our club.
It is always fun to see where all of our guests hear about us. Tonight all of the guests either attended our show or read about it in the newspaper. One guest, a young girl named Kendra and her Grandfather found us on our web site.
Dave R. spoke about our spring picnic. Alas, the weather was cool and the wind was brisk but everyone that attended had a great time.
Dave R. announced that our May meeting will take place on the third Monday in May which is May 20th, 2013 due to the VFW needing the room for Memorial Day activities. So mark your calendars.
Jacob and Kendra passed out the mailing tubes to be decorated in coin and stamp themes and brought back to our May meeting. The best ones will receive a great prize.
Dave R. shared an envelope that showed prison art on it and also showed an old stamp hinge dispenser from times gone by that was featured in a recent edition of the American Philatelist. At every meeting our club encourages our members to bring in items of interest and share them with us.
Dave R. spoke briefly about some changes that may take place at our next show for our youth table. This will be brought up again at a later date when more members show up at our meeting.
Mike N. spoke for a moment about the coin denominations that could help reduce the cost of minting new coins and paper money. Mike N. also told our club that the calendars for 2014 have been ordered and will be delivered in time for our November Holliday Party which will take place on November 25, 2013 and will take place at 2:45 PM at the Golden Corral Restaurant. Of course details will be sent out at a later date.
This is the first time our Holliday Party will take place before Thanksgiving.
Dave spoke about obtaining a projector screen and donating it to the VFW. Bob K. later offered to donate a screen to our club to present to the VFW. Thank you Bob K. for this generous offer.
Get well wishes for Florian B., Helen E., Geri F, Cathy C, Lily C., Mike B., Kathy R. and her husband, Pat D., all of which are having some health problems. We look forward to seeing all of you back at our meetings real soon.
Cliff W. let the membership know about the Jacksonville Coin Show. He stated that 120 tables have been sold for this show. Bob K. will be posting this to our web site.
Our club welcomes our newest member, Jacob S. #221 as our newest and youngest member.
Jacob even helped with one of our auction lots. Jacob is a very bright and energetic youngster and will be a great asset to our club.
Thank you Phil K. for the donation of the Columbus/St. Augustine medallions to be handed out at our youth programs.
Thank you Frankie D., Francine F., Kraze K., C.L. W., Dave R., Jacob S., and Kendra for helping with the auction.
Thank you Steve H., Frank M., Paul and Bob S. for helping set up and take down the auction tables.
Thank you Francine for taking care of the 50/50.
A great big thank you to Vera B. for taking care of the sign in table. We could not do it with out you.
Thank you Bob K. for all that you do for our club.
Thank you John D. for leaving us with a few dollars in our treasury.
Thank you Jack G., Danny R. and Robert K. for handing out prize tickets.
Thank you Jean P F for your donation of albums the good of the club.
Thank you Jean P for you donation for the good of the club.
Thank you John D. for you donation of coins for the treasure box.
32 members stayed for the auction. Special “Money Cans” were given out as prizes for those that had winning tickets during the auction.
The 50/50 was won by Phil Kniceley. Congratulations Phil.
The door prize vouchers were won by Francine F. and Frankie D. both sitting at the same table.
The name pulled for the Treasure Box was # 214 Frank W. Next month we will try again.
Silvia Rosenthal, Hostess
There were 82 members and visitors present.
Prior to starting the meeting, there was a lot of activity taking place with trading, buying, selling, and free appraisals. We encourage all members to bring in their duplicate stamps, extra coins, paper money, etc., for sharing with our membership.
President Dave R. started the meeting at 6:00 PM and it took almost five minutes for the large crowd to take their seats.
Dave R. welcomed everyone to the meeting and introduced all of the first time guests.
The report for our 9th annual Stamp, Coin and Collectable’s show was given by Dave R. Our club had another very successful show and we look forward to another show next year on Saturday March 1, 2014, at the Elk’s Lodge on Old Kings Road North. Dave is planning some great surprises for our 10th show.
Thank you to all the members for the help that was given to make our 9th show a great success.
Dave R. reminded everyone that our 1st Annual picnic will be held on Sat. April 6th, 2013 at Herschel King Park Sr., 1000 GRADY PATHER JR Cove, off Colbert Lane in Palm Coast. The eating and cooking starts at 11:00 AM and is a covered dish event. Our club will provide hot dogs, burgers, cheeseburgers, drinks and all the fixings that go with it. Pizza will be delivered at noon time. Bring folding chairs so you can sit where you want. There will be special activities, grand prizes, and crafts for the young and games for the young at heart. Bring a fishing pole and try your luck. Or just watch the boats go down the intercoastal. Members can bring their family and guests to this event. Free Parking for all.
Our show and tell had the best participation ever. Thank you Jean P., Billy “Bob” B., Dar A., Mike N. Bob C. Dave R., Robert C., C.L. W., Max W., and Ed W and others (my thirty second memory again) for sharing.
The highlight of the show and tell was a great presentation by Ed. W. on pilot’s wings from WW1 and WW ll. and the half wing for the hot air balloonists.
We want to welcome into our club Lewis and Linda S. We also welcome new member Dave G.
What a great surprise visit we all had, Rod and Carmela from Canada visited our club for the first time. They found us through our website on the internet. Thanks to Bob K. for the great job he is doing as our web master.
The door prize vouchers were won by Gunter A. and John R.
50/50 was won by Lewis S.
What a terrific auction as the tables keep getting longer and longer for our viewing materials.
We thank Frankie D., our log master, for without him this could not happen. He has to write down everything on paper and keep up with the fast pace of the auction.
And thank you Francine for being his auction helper.
We thank Jacob and Max for being the runners
David, Cl, and Kraze, for being the auctioneers.
And To all 44 members who participated in the auction
We thank Bob C., Frank S. and Paul N. for donating for the good of the club. These donations help the club cover our costs of running our monthly meeting.
The Treasure Box could have gone home with Henry K…. If Henry was in attendance!
Minutes submitted by Silvia R. Hostess.
President Dave opened the meeting at 6:02 PM.
There were 78 members and guests present.
Before the meeting was called to order there was a lot of activity at the member tables. Members brought in stamps and coins to buy and sell and the auction view table was full of great items to look over for our live auction.
There were a lot of visitors that brought in items for free appraisals, most of whom (or is it who) met our members at our table at the Flagler County Home Show.
Dave discussed the upcoming 9th Annual Stamp, Coin, and Collectables show to be held at the Elk’s Lodge. Members were asked to wear their club shirts to be recognized as a club member. Volunteers were asked to meet at 9:30PM March 1st to help set up tables.
Dave R. gave a report on the Library program held on Feb. 19th. Over 50 people attended this event. Jim D. gave a great talk on Abe Lincoln followed by Ed W. who always entertains us with his wit and humor. The News Tribune gave the club a great front page write up with photos of this event. Thank you Silvia R., Dave R., Jody D., Bill B., Joyce D., Phil S., Mike N., Francine F. and Bob K. for your help.
Thank you Helen E., Geri F., and Cathy C., for cutting out hundreds of stamps for our Library program and the Home Show and a special thank you to these wonderful ladies for all their behind the scenes help and support.
Our First Annual Fun Day Picnic will be held at Hershel King Sr. Park off Colbert Lane on the first Sat. in April. This will be April 6th, 2013. Cooking will start at 11:00 AM. Members can start arriving at 10:00 AM. We have reserved the shelter for the entire day. The club will supply hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers and drinks and at 12:00 noon Pizza will be delivered. Members and guests that are attending need to bring a covered dish.
There will be a great youth area with special crafts, oldies music and board games for all adults to enjoy. Bring a lawn chair or two to enjoy the grounds. This park is on the intercostal waterway where you can watch the yachts float by. Bring a fishing pole and try your luck.
With a show of hands at the meeting we expect at least 100 members and guests.
Dave introduced all of our first time visitors and some long time no sees: Joe H., Chris and Pat DeP. Welcome back.
Ray H. was introduced and presented a slide show of the first Federal Mints in Philadelphia. We have had many presentations by Ray in the past and this one is one of his best. Ray comes from Jacksonville, FL and it is always a real treat to have him visit our club
A motion was made and seconded that Ray H. become our club’s first Honorary Member.
By a show of hands and applause this motion was unanimously approved. Ray will be given the H1 designation on his membership card.
There was a great auction and Dave had some fun with his reverse auction.
Thank you Keith M. Gunter and Ginny A. for your great and thoughtful donations for the good of the club
A special thank you to our auction team for all their hard work: Frankie D., Kraze K., Paul C., C.L.W., and Dave R. You guys are the greatest.
Thank you Silvia R. for keeping David moving along.
Keith M. won the club tote bag raffle. We have two more totes left to be raffled off for the good of the club.
Thank you Bob K. and Mike B. for manning the front sign in table.
Thank you Brian S. for your help setting up the auction tables.
Thank you Suzanne S. for the great embroidered club shirts that you donated for the good of the club.
Thank you Bob and Paul S. for your great donation to our Treasure Box.
Thank you Phil K. for your idea for the Treasure Box and the items you donated for our kids programs.
We welcome new member #219 Cathy R. We hope to see you at every meeting.
Door Prize Vouchers were won by Kraze K. and Jack G. Congratulations.
Our 50/50 was won by Joe H. Luck was with him tonight.
Thank you VFW for allowing us the use of your facility. Please support the VFW by enjoying their special dinners every Friday night.
The Treasure Box was not won so you could be the next big winner. Remember you have to stay to the end of the auction and be and be present to win the Treasure Box.
Our club just held our 9th Annual Stamp, Coin, and Collectables show on March 2nd. This was a great success. Details at our next meeting on March 25th. Don’t miss this meeting.
Minutes submitted by:
Silvia R. Hostess
Typpped error free by:
President Dave R. opened the meeting at 6:03 PM.
Prior to the meeting our members gave free appraisals for stamps, coins, silver, and gold. A tremendous variety of items were looked at by our members.
Most of the visitors came as a result of the Flagler County Home Show held Sat. and Sunday and the tables our club manned. I thank every one who came out to help.
Our club set two new records for our 1-28-2013 meeting. We had 107 members and visitors in attendance and we had 7 new members join.
None of this would be possible without the help of all our members. When you see a new member please go up to them, introduce yourself, make them all feel at home, and ask what you can do to help them.
Our guest speaker Marion Poole from the Easter Seal Foundation gave a talk on free phones for the hearing impaired. Several members took advantage of this free service.
Dave R. spoke about our upcoming show on March 2nd. A tremendous amount of advertising has been sent out. We have ads in Coin World, Linn’s Stamp news 8 different newspapers, television and radio spots. We expect a large turn out for our show at our new location at the Elk’s Lodge 53 Old Kings Road North, PalmCoast. FL. Our show runs from 10:00 AM till 4:00 PM.
The Elk’s lodge will provide a great lunch menu for all to enjoy.
We ask all members to wear your club shirts and visit our show. We still need members to walk around and help our dealers/members bring in their items between 8:00AM and 10:00 AM. There will be free Danish and coffee for all members and dealers (while supply lasts) in the morning. We also need some members in the afternoon to help our dealers/members pack up at 4:00 PM.
We thank everyone who brought items in for our Treasure Box.
Thanks to all of our members who brought great items for our annual “Good For The Club” auction. This was a great success. Remember, items for the good of the club can be brought in at any meeting for our auction.
We also had a very active regular auction.
Danny and Paul C. won the club embroidered bags on our raffle. Thank you to everyone for participating. We have 4 bags left.
Ed W. and Mile Z. won the door prize vouchers.
Our Hostess Silvia R. won the 50/50.
Stan C. was the name pulled for the Treasure Box. Stan was not present, at the auction, so we will pick another name at our Feb. 25th meeting.
Thank you Paul C., Paul S., John DeF., Dar A., Frank S for helping to put all the tables away at the end of the meeting.
Thank you Frankie D., C.L. W., Paul C, Kraze K., and Dave R. For doing a great job keeping up with all the auction lots
Our New Members are:
212 George B.
213 Jean F.
214 Frank W.
215 Brian K.
216 Palmer M.
217 Linda S.
218 Lewis S.
For all of our new members that did not receive the rare collectable pin and mug, these items will be available at our Feb. meeting.
Submitted by Silvia R.
Typed by David R.
Flagler County Stamp and Coin Club, Inc.
Minutes for 10-22-2012
President Dave R. opened the meeting at 6:01 PM. There were 69 members and guests present.
Dave welcomed everyone to our last meeting of the year and thanked Frankie D.,
our Vice-President, for running our September meeting. You did a great job Frankie.
Dave spoke about a stamp store and a coin store that Silvia and Dave visited inBarcelona,Spainand was told by both owners that the stamp and coin business is doing well inSpain. Both stores are very busy and have been in business for over 30 years each and in the same location.
From the estate of Lou Kiss and Ralph Cooper, and from members Phil N. and Eric E., 60 cub scouts received stamps, albums, coins and supplies.
We welcome back Florian to our meetings. You were missed by all.
Dave made several announcements about upcoming events and dates.
CL W. told the members that he has a bus available for the FUN coin show inOrlandowith round trip seats available for only $10.00. The trip will take place on Jan 12, 2013. This is a great price considering gas costs today. Contact C.L. if you are interested in taking the bus for more information.
John H. spoke about the courtesy that should be given to dealers that travel to give appraisals on collections.
Thank you Francine F. for selling tickets for the Belk’s charity day sale. You efforts were outstanding.
Thank you Geri F. for handling the 50/50.
Thank you Carol S., Phil S., and Mindy R. for handing out the puzzle sheets and treats on the tables.
Thank you Dan and Edith F. for you donation of coins for the club programs.
Thank you Joan for your donations of used stamps for our programs.
Due to the change of location for our annual Stamp, Coin, and Collectable Show our club no longer needed the pop-corn machine which was auctioned off for the good of the club.
Nominations were held for officers for the year 2013.
All nominated candidates said they would serve if elected.
All nominated positions were won by acclimation.
33 members and guests stayed for the auction.
Our Officers For The Year 2013 Are:
David R. – President
Frank D. – Vice-President
John D. – Treasure
All appointed positions are to remain the same:
Bob Kegley – Webmaster
Mike N. - Sergeant-at Arms
Francine F.- Correspondence and fund raising
Alva W. – Historian
Max W.- Youth Advisor
Ed W. – Educational Director
Vera and Florian B.- Greeters
Frankie D. and Kraze – Auctioneers
Dar A. – Chaplin
Silvia R. - Hostess
Kraze won the 50/50
Door Prizes went to Phil A., Carol S.
Special Door Prizes were given out to the “guys” who had the right numbered ticket. These were miniature and very collectable John Deere lunch boxes.
Joan and Robert won the special hats.
For only the second time we had a winner for our TREASURE BOX. Yes sadly but true the Treasure box is now empty except for one item.
Congratulations to Paul S. for winning the Treasure Box. Paul went through the box like a kid going through the bulk candy barrels of time gone by.
Silvia R., Hostess
Flagler County Stamp and Coin Club, Inc.
Meeting minutes Sep 24 2012
Frankie D., Vice President, called the meeting to order at 6 p.m. We had 50 members and five guests in attendance. 35 members/guests stayed for the auction. Of the five guests, three joined as new members.
The club welcomes the three new members: #209 Frank M., #210 Jane M., #211 Suzanne S.
Frankie D. gave the club many interesting facts on the U S Postal Service. He also announced the club’s upcoming holiday dinner on Nov26 2012 at the Golden Corral and our annual stamp and coin show coming up in 2013. News on these events can be found at the club’s web site http://www.stampandcoinclub.com
Francine F. was instrumental in handling the logging of the members that took tickets for the Belk’s charity drive. Hats off for a job well done.
Everyone welcomed back Joe B. Joe has been on active duty in Afghanistan.
Mike N. gave a short talk on mail as well as announcing the club’s 2013 calendars will be available at a later date.
CL W. gave us information on ride availability, extended to our club by the Daytona Beach Club, for the FUN SHOW held at the Orange County convention center in Orlando. This event takes place the second week in Jan. Pickup location, cost and date will be announced at a later club meeting or provided by email to all members.
Door prizes vouchers were won by #110 Danny R., and #199 Sue G. Congratulations!!
50/50 was won by # 91 Clifford W. Nice!!!
Our thanks to CL W. and Kraze for conducting the club’s auction. We had some very active bidding on items.
#188 Harrison K. was drawn for the treasure chest. The member was not present so this continues on to our next meeting. To win the chest you must be present at the auction.
Our President, David R. and his wife Silvia, our hostess, are on vacation. We hope they had a fantastic time!!!
The club thanks Frankie D. for taking the helm at this meeting. An awesome performance!!!!
Adjournment was at 7:30 p.m. Submitted by Bob K., Webmaster
Flagler County Stamp and Coin Club, Inc.
Meeting minutes for 8-27-12
Dave R. called the meeting to order at 6:02 PM. We had 55 members and guests attend. 33 members and guests stayed for the auction.
From 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm all the guests and members had a good time buying, selling, trading and looking over the auction lots. This is becoming one of the highlights of our monthly meetings. We encourage all of our members to participate. This is just one of the many benefits of membership.
Dave R. had the entire attendance stand up for a moment of silence in remembrance Danny R.’s brother and son who recently passed away. Our condolences go to out to Danny, Mindy and their family.
The paper work has been completed and our club is now incorporated. We have submitted to the IRS the proper forms and fees for our 501 (c) (3) non-profit status. This allows our club to accept tax deductable donations. This will open up many more avenues for us in the near future for donations nationwide. Thank you to C.L.W. for putting the club in touch with Mr. Bill Hancock, Attorney, who donated his time and effort filling out the paperwork. The club sent Mr. Hancock a framed certificate of appreciation signed by all the members that attended our meeting.
The club paid the VFW the meeting fees for 2013. Remember to support the VFW bar/food when attending our meetings. Thank you John R. for making this possible.
Our club welcomes three new members: #206 Henry U. #207 Elizabeth H. #208 Frank P.
In spite of the on and off heavy rains we had a great turnout. Quite a few members stood up and shared many interesting things with us. And many came and added items to our growing treasure box. All who spoke and talked received an extra chance for the door prize vouchers.
Dave mentioned the Holiday Party to be held at the Golden Corral on Nov. 26th at 3:15 PM. More details will be sent to all. Mark your calendar for our annual stamp, coin and collectables show to be held at the Elk’s Lodge on Old Kings Road on March 2nd , 2013 and the annual home show to be held at Flagler Palm Coast High School on Jan. 26-27,2013. Our Annual Show Is A Sell Out. We thank everyone who is participating.
We especially thank Alva W. who at 92 years young still has tremendous stories to share with us all.
The club surprised Silvia R. with a beautiful bouquet of flowers and two gift cards for her birthday. Silvia thanked everyone. The entire club led by Ed W. sang Happy Birthday to Silvia.
The club had a very active auction. There were bargains for everyone. Dave R. did a reverse auction on 13 lots which is always a big hit with everyone.
Door prize vouchers were won by Paul S. and Paul N. 50/50 was won by Paul B. I guess it was great to be a Paul for this meeting!!
The member’s name that was pulled for the Treasure Box was Jim B. Jim and his wife Willa did not stay for the auction. Jim, you could have won tonight. Remember members, to win the Treasure Box you have to be present at the end of the auction.
Minutes submitted by: Silvia R. Hostess
July 23, 2012
President Dave R. Called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM.
There were 84 members and visitors.
Our meeting was dedicated to Mr. Robert Parks a long time member and a gentleman who passed away July 11, 2012. The entire membership stood up for a moment of silence for Mr. Parks, he will be missed. Dave R. donated a C-5 16 cent never hinged original gum perfectly centered for the good of the club and sold $5.00 raffle tickets for this. The 2010 catalog price for this was $150.00. This was very successful for the club. In the near future Dave will try and do this again.
The winner of the stamp raffle was Horace S. Mr.Jodi D. Son of the late Seymour D., another long time member who passed away in 2008, joined our club. He is # 205. Everyone at our club welcomed him. We welcome back Vera and thank her for taking care of the club sign in table. Our club wishes Florian a quick recovery, we miss not seeing him . Thank You Mike B. for helping with the sign in table. Thank You Geri F. for doing the 50/50. Thank You Bob K. for all that You do for the club . Thank You Frankie D., Geri F., Jean P., Kraze and David for helping out with the auction. Thank You Martha L.. Carol S., Helen and Cathy for your help . Thank you to all that helped put the tables back and made sure we left the VFW clean and sparkly. Mike N., Gunter A., Silvia and David R. for all the time spent working on our revised and updated By- Laws.
A motion made by Bob K. and seconded by Paul C. that our club adopt the revised By-Laws. After some discussion our new by laws were discussed and unanimously adopted. Education programs were given by Hein D., David R., and Cliff W. Erik E. taught us his technique for getting the glue off the stamps -
Goo Gone wash off with warm water let is dry and then he uses gasoline, they come out silky soft with beautiful results. The holiday party was discussed and also the spring picnic. More details will be made available as they approach. It was voted unanimously that John D. will be the cook at our picnic. John was not available for comment! Many thanks to our youth group for their help in giving out all the special door prizes. Emma, Max, Christopher, Taylor, Kaleb, Anthony and Cristina. Phil K. presented each of the kids with a $1.00 bill. Emma donated here $1.00 into the treasure box. and Steve H. also presented them with a coin.
Door prize Vouchers were won by Mr. Alva W. and Phil S. Bob S. won the 50/50. The treasure box winner was The late Mr. Robert Parks who we dedicated this meeting to. We did pull another name and it was Joe M. but he wasn’t at the meeting. Lights were turned off at 9 p.m. It is an honor to be part of this great, great, club. Each and Every One Of You make our club what it is today ! Thank You All. Minutes submitted by: Silvia Rosenthal Hostess
We want to thank everyone for coming out ! How it rained on us ! 68 Members were present and Four New Members signed up ! We presented certificates To Suzanne, Paul, Bob and Geri for their tremendous generosity towards our club. Our education speaker was Sheriff Don Flemings who spoke about our sheriff’s department and what is currently taking place in Flagler County. We presented a Framed FDV commemorating the VFW to the VFW Quarter Master Donnally and was accepted on his behalf by John R. Vouchers were won by Frank S. and Frank S. 50/50 By Dar Robert S., Danny R., CL, and Anatoly were the lucky members who won Club Shirts. Thank You once again, so very much Suzanne for donating them. If You want to get your club’s shirts contact her ! We are also selling beautiful canvas tote bags with our club logo for $20.00.
Our first annual silent auction was a great success ! Our annual holiday party will be held On Monday November 26 , 2012 at the Golden Corral in Palm Coast . At 3:15 p.m. More details to follow
Our yearly show will be held on March 2, 2013 at the Elks in Palm Coast. We have sold 35 tables so far. Our annual picnic will be held in early spring of 2013 The club will provide the meat, drinks and pizza ( we will be ordering pizza so that it will be hot ) All members are asked to bring a covered dish. More details to follow.
Please if you have any stamps for our youth programs, please bring them in at the next meeting. Ask your friends, doctor’s offices, dentist, and businesses you do business with to save the stamps for our kids programs .. We also need clean small glassine envelopes. We thank dearly Frankie for managing the paper work of the silent auction . It was a lot of work for him ! We thank Geri for doing the 50/50. Michael B. and Bob K. for managing the signing of our members and visitors. Submitted by: Silvia Rosenthal, Hostess