Our MISSION

"To promote the practice of and interest in the creative arts and to afford a means
of education, encouragement,
and opportunity for cooperation in art creation among
persons interested
in such endeavors."

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 2017 Club Board & General Meeting Minutes

The July 25th, 2017 meeting was called to order by President Sue DeLain at 1:30 p.m. 22 members were present.
Sec. Mary Crnkovich read the minutes from the June meeting.

Gary LeBouton gave the treasurer's report with an ending balance of $4,731.94.

Sue reported on the Annual Art Show:
163 guests, 28 artists showed work & 30 awards presented. The raffle made $762, note cards $5, donations $11.42.
The art work that sold the most raffle tickets were:
1st Jan Woodrich
2nd Mary Crnkovich
3rd Patsy Radtke
Honorable Mention Kathy Teichmiller
There was discussion about the awards. It was determined that only one award per art piece. Honorable Mentions could enter same art piece next year. People's Choice would receive ribbon but no cash. It was okay to ask friends and family to vote for you.

Helen Reyes did a tremendous job as chairman of the show. Helen will be doing the show next year again. Thank you Helen! We will be looking for a volunteer to co-chair. That show will be combined with our 70th Anniversary Party and will be held at WWII building.

Sue asked if we needed to carpool to Wausau for drop off of paintings Aug 4th & 5th at the Center for Visual Arts
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A sign-up sheet was passed around for the Water Color workshop with Helen Klebesadel May 25th & 26th next year
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Ginny Jungwirth passed around a sign-up sheet for the Evergreen Show. Aug. date yet to be determined. Mary Crnkovich volunteered to give the 30 minute talk about her book writing and illustrating on Sept. 2nd.

Our August meeting will be our summer picnic & auction at Stephanie Walter's home in Oshkosh at 11:00 a.m. Bring a dish to pass and auction item. Bids will start at $1.00 or better.

Treats were supplied by Lynn Hansen & Judi Neisen. Thank you.

Meeting was adjourned and Roberrt Gorder gave a demonstration with charcoal drawings.
Respectively submitted,
Mary Crnkovich, Secretary