CNBA General Meeting Minutes
August 12, 2015
Colts Neck Library
Anna Appolonia called the meeting to order at 8:12 a.m.
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Dan Fenski.
CNBA officers introduced themselves. In attendance, Anna Applonia, Sue Fitzpatrick, Patty Volherbst, David Sokoler, Alison Antenucci, Glen Dalakian, Bob Gasaway
The CNBA Mission Statement was read by Anna Appolonia
Bob Gasaway made motion to approve July 2015 minutes. Sheila Olt second. Motion passed
David Sokoler gave Treasurer’s report – CNBA has $7884.75 in PNC checking, $5791.33 in Pay Pal account, and $2890.81 in Money Market. Total $16,566.89. Motion to approve Treasurer’s report by Jamie Stimpson, Second, by Sherri Hiller. Motion passed.
Jim Fitzpatrick of Hillyer Coffee introduced himself as well as Deanna Vitoroulis from Reliant Tech Inc. Holmdel.
Anna gave updates on all upcoming events.
CN Fair which is being held Aug. 20-23
The next card exchange, in conjunction with EIPA, taking place at Pebble Creek next Tues. Aug. 18 from 6-8, with vendor tables available and gift baskets being raffled.
Rockfest is slated for Sept. 19 and 20 at Bucks Mill Park.
Mike Tormey gave info on the Pig Roast which will take place at Bucks Mill Park on Sept. 21 from 6:30 – 9:30. Over 100 tickets have been sold so far and more are still available.
Sue Fitzpatrick announced that the fall card exchange will be held at Trump National on Oct. 13
Sue has also confirmed the next luncheon to be held at Trump National on March 15th, 2016.
Sue is still accepting ads for the map, which are available to all members whose business is located in Colts Neck at 100 per ad.
David Sokoler invited members to leave a business card which will go toward the next drawing in the Added Value Program.
He also asked members interested in donating a service or product to the quarterly drawing to see him.
Glen gave a brief update on Econ. Development. He said that the committee has contracted with an outside consultant to assist with the project. Presently the committee is working on branding and signage. He is meeting with Tom Arnone from the Freeholders, to include them in this process.
Mike Tormey announced that currently membership is at 192.
Members introduced themselves and then broke into small groups for networking.