MEETING MINUTES— January 10, 2019
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska – The Pizza Ranch -84th & Lexington | 11:30am-1:00pm
Present: 23 in attendance
Members: Kelly Jensen; Mark Whitehead; Jeff Sneller; Joanne Bartels; Steve Sheridan; Sydney Stanard; Lori Crocker; John Vigna; Stacy Svoboda; Zach Smith; Diana Schilf; Ben Petersen; Patty Gerlach; Angela Caldwell; Sherri Recker; Robbie Nathan; Steve Maly; Jake Spotanski; Shelli Meyer; Julie Robinson; Kolleen Meyer-Krikac; Anthony Butler; Kyle Kudron
The November 2018 minutes were approved.
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New Members – email logo to Steve Maly for the website
Current Member – Kelly Jensen – K2 Jensen Enterprises LincTrack
Current Member – Steve Sheridan – Center for People in Need
Membership Chair Report
50 members 19 Paid members so far in January
Membership renewal is $85 before February 1st and $100 on or after February 1st
Please review and update the membership roster that was passed around.
Social Chair Update
Looking into a bowling event at Madsen’s
March – Hockey game in the Galaxy Club
$2985.81 in Checking; $3000.00 in CDs
$105 was collected at the Christmas party for our Santa Cop donation
Community Update: Captain Butler, LPD
Captain Butler gave the group an update on the stats from 2018 for the northwest Lincoln team. Stats included a variety of crime categories. Captain Butler was please how his team has performed over the last year overall. Particularly, he was pleased with the community outreach the team had done last year. Captain Butler was very appreciative of the Santa Cop donation from NLBA members who donated during the Christmas party. It makes a big difference in the community.
Zach Smith – First National Bank – Understanding your Credit Score
Zach gave the group an overview of the information that the credit bureaus report. He also provided an overview of who may pull your credit report and common misconceptions people have about credit scores. There is a hard credit pull and a soft credit pull. A hard credit pull will affect your score. These pulls are usually done for lending purposes. A soft credit pull does not affect your score and may be pulled by your employer or landlord. What factors affect your credit score: payment history; amounts owed; length of history – how long you’ve had an account open; new credit – new inquires; types of credits used. Zach wrapped up by providing ways someone can improve their credit score.
Next Association meeting: February 14, 2019 at THE PIZZA RANCH – 84th & Lexington | 11:30am- 1:00pm
Next Board meeting: January 17th, 2019 3:30 PM – 5 PM; Cosmic Eye Brewing Co
Meeting Adjourned. Respectfully submitted by Kyle Kudron NLBA Secretary email@example.com
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