Location: Lincoln, Nebraska – The Pizza Ranch -84th & Lexington | 11:30am-1:00pm
Present: 24 in attendance
Members: Amy Fish; Barb Tyler; Tim Kirkpatrick; Sherri Recker; Joanne Bartels; Carl Tesch; Kolleen Meyer-Krikac; R.J. Lipert; Jake Spotanski; Brian Adam; Kyle Holt-Stanard; Sydney Stanard; Aaron Hahn; Detric Look; John Vigna; Lori Crocker; Anthony Butler; Ben Petersen; Patty Gerlach; Steve Maly; Kyle Kudron
Guests: Ryan Glock; Kelly Wavada; Kurt Hesser;
The April 2019 minutes were approved.
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New Members – email logo to Steve Maly for the website
New Member – Kyle Holt-Standard; Wood Brothers Realty
New Member – Aaron Hahn; Digital Sky
Membership Chair Report
47 individuals 34 Paid member companies
Please review and update the membership roster that was passed around.
Social Chair Update
June 6th 7 PM– Saltdogs Game – Pizza and Beer Specials – Each member can bring a guest.
Tailgate in parking lot prior to game.
FAC in June or July
Pool Party in July
Board Treasurer, Tim Kirkpatrick provide the group an update on the group’s finances. ~$3522.63 in Checking; $3000.00 in CDs
Community Update: Captain Butler, LPD
Captain Butler gave the group an update on what’s happening for the Police department in North Lincoln. Captain Butler gave a year over year comparison on North Lincoln activity. The overall trends are going down form 2018. The LPD has an increased focus on outreach to the community to continue the downward trend of crime activity.
Sydney Stanard, NLBA President, announced that the board voted to award the NLBA grant to Food Fort of Lincoln. Thank you to our membership for all the nominations. Micheala from the Food Fort will be at the June members meeting to give the group an overview of all that they do to help the Lincoln Community
Kelly Wavada – Ag Tac Services
Kelly presented to the NLBA members what to do during an active shooter situation. Using the FEMA IS-907 framework Kelly explained that there are three choices in an active shooter situation. A person can either run, hide or fight. The average active shooter event takes five minutes and end in the shooters initiative. Kelly broke down each of the choices of run, hide and fight and what each one means.
Next Association meeting: June 13th, 2019 at THE PIZZA RANCH – 84th & Lexington | 11:30am- 1:00pm
Next Board meeting: June 26 , 2019 –
Meeting Adjourned. Respectfully submitted by Kyle Kudron NLBA Secretary email@example.com
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