CCC Board Meeting Notes - December 6, 2011

Attendance
Elisabeth Genovese, Brian Billadeau, Mark Karney, Kathy Hara

Interclub
–All of the drop-off sites are located already.
We need several volunteers:
–someone to drive between the drop sites in February and take everything to the White Bear Lake drop-off
–someone to organize the awards ceremony
–someone to order and pick up awards
–someone to be master of ceremonies and hand out the awards
–someone to pick up the judged images and bring them to Spring Break (3 people with cars to shuffle images around)
–someone to make a list of the winners
–The dinner is being planned by another club.
–Spring Break will be two days this year: Saturday and Sunday, March 24-25 2012.
–It will be held at the Chippawa Middle School, 5000 Hodgson Road, North Oaks.
–There will be a flyer.
–Kathy will send out an email.
–The headliner will be professional photographer, Rod Planck, hailing from Macmillan, MI. He has been in the biz for over 20 years
and does workshops on location.
Other people presenting:
–John Gregor from Coldsnap Photography
–Lewis Kemper sponsored by Canon
–Mike Moates sponsored by Tamron

CCC
–Yearbooks are ready and will be passed out in December at Kathy’s house.
–We have 4 new members.
–$220+ was collected from members at the November meeting for the Edina Art Center and it will be matched by CCC’s
treasury.
–Mark mentioned that former member, Peter Thorpe, would like to do a video presentation to the club at the January meeting.
We will also have two judges for January. One will be a judge for the January salon and the other will be a club judging of images
for the Interclub “Club” competition. Mark will send out more info to all members by email this month on the club competition.
–Bob sent the treasurer’s report via email. Cash on hand is $2377.55.
–Lee reported via email that Michael Waterman will be our print judge for the January salon. (He is the one that gave a
presentation on Photography and the Law a few months ago.)
For Future Discussion
–Should members be eligible for year-end awards if they opt not to have their images published in the yearbook?
–Should publishing be a mandatory requirement for points-based judging with those opting out being judged as critique only?

Crosstown Camera Club
Board Meeting
December 6, 2011
submitted by: Elisabeth Genovese Secretary

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