Board Meeting December 19, 2018

Type: 
Board
Date: 
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Status: 
Approved

In attendance: Madeline Beery, Hanan Bell, Teresa Metzger Howe, Koko Morgan, Linda O’Gara, Kathleen O'Keeffe, Doug Potter, Bruce Sherman, Kim Waggie and Gennie Winkler.

Minutes
The October 10, 2018 Board Meeting minutes were approved as amended. The October 31, 2018 General Meeting minutes were also approved.

Election of Officers for 2019
At the October 31, 2018 General Board Meeting Koko Morgan, Linda O’Gara, Kathleen O'Keeffe, Doug Potter, Bruce Sherman, and Kim Waggie were re-elected to the board.
Below is the list of the Board of Directors and their positions.

President: Doug Potter
Vice-President: Gennie Winkler
Secretary: Koko Morgan
Treasurer: Linda O'Gara
Music Director: Teresa Metzger Howe (ex officio)
Membership Director: Bruce Sherman
Librarian: Hanan Bell
Venue Coordinator: Kim Waggie
Publicity Coordinator: Kathleen O'Keeffe
Development Director: Madeline Beery

Music Center of the Northwest (MCNW) status
The new director of MCNW will come to the Rain City Symphony's first rehearsal and introduce himself. There are four things we need to discuss with the Center, Is it possible to improve the sound quality of the large rehearsal room, to get better lighting, to sound proof between the floors, and to move one of the pianos out of the rehearsal area.

Finances
Rain City Symphony member donations are on target for this year. Bruce will address the members at the first meeting encouraging them to donate additional money.

Grant Status
The King County 4Culture was completed. The City of Seattle Arts and Culture grant is being worked on.

Sectional Status
All the sectionals are set. The cello section will be meeting at the Wedgwood Community Church. The fee to rent the space is $50.

Other Items
The travel time to Providence Mount St. Vincent's is beginning to be too long for members. We might need to look for a site in the north end for the fall dress rehearsal concert.

The fall benefit concert raised approximately $2,169 for the University homeless population.



We are grateful for funding from King County 4 Culture, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, and matching funding by Microsoft and Boeing.