MEETING MINUTES— November 9, 2017
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska – The Pizza Ranch -84th & Lexington | 11:30am-1:00pm
Present: 28 in attendance
Members: Brian Adam; Diana Schilf; Barb Tyler; Anthony Butler; Julie Robinson; Larry Gadeken; Emily Koopmann; Sherri Recker; Kelly Jensen; Sarah Foster; Tim Kirkpatrick; Kyle Kudron; Sydney Stanard; Kolleen Meyer-Krikac; Mark Whitehead; Patty Gerlach; Ben Peterson; Robbie Nathan; Steve Maly; Joanne Bartels; R.J. Lipert; Michaela Judd; Craig Willeke;
Guests: Deb Van Horn; Jen Stickney; Lisa Henning; Laurie Klosterboer; Troy Ellsworth;
The October 2017 minutes were approved.
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New Members – email logo to Diana for the website
Kelly Jensen and Sarah Foster – LincTrack, Inc
Diana Schilf, NAI FMA Realty
Membership Chair Report
44 members with 37 organizations
Social Chair Update
Holiday Party – December 5th, Staybridge Suites, 2701 Fletcher Ave – 5 PM – 7:30 PM
$10 for Members and $5 for Guests
Donations also accepted for Santa Cop
For February 2018, Sherri took a poll to see if the group would rather go bowling or to a hockey game.
$1973.15 ($1892.55 after an outstanding bill to be paid) in checking and $3000 in CD’s
Police/Fire Update: Captain Butler
Captain Butler gave the group an update on crimes that have occurred on the north side of Lincoln. He also reminded the group to keep valuable out of site inside your vehicle. This time of year there are several thefts of vehicles. If you go on vacation, try to keep it lo-key until you return. Husker games are wrapping up. Been to several parties but overall lower MIP tickets than last year.
NLBA To Do List
- Submit your name to Diana Schilf for board involvement
- Submit pictures to Steve Maly for end of year video
- Submit business-related topics you could present on for 2018
Laurie Klosterboer – Director of Nebraska Safety Council and Lisa Henning, Director of Workwell Safety and Wellness.
Laurie and Lisa gave a presentation on why a business should have a wellness program and gave information about the Nebraska Safety Council. No matter the size or industry, the NSC helps companies with their health and safety programs. All businesses can be impacted by productivity lose and increase in premiums due to safety and health issues. Laurie and Lisa gave the group a riveting business case as to why a wellness program is so important.
Next Association meeting:
No December meeting; Next members meeting January 11th, 2018
Next Board Meeting January 25th, 2018, Company Care 11:30 AM – 1 PM
Respectfully submitted by Kyle Kudron NLBA Secretary email@example.com
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