THE PIKE BAY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION


MINUTES OF MEETING


MAY 20, 2007 – 10:45 AM

Members attending:

Rick Nolk, President

Helen Stewart, Vice-President

Ruth Tomlin, Treasurer

Helen McIntyre, Secretary

Ken Meagher, Membership Chairman

Paul Annett, Phyllis Bain, Glen Cameron, Kathy Campbell, Ross & Shirley Lehman, Marg Meagher, Terry Mears, Jim & Moe Ready, Jack Seatter, Karen Sword,


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Meeting was held on 20 May, 2007 at 10:45 am at the Community Centre.


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No changes to Minutes of last meeting.


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The Treasurer’s Report was read by Ruth Tomlin. Expenses since the last meeting totaled $3,046.45 and receipts totaled $1,304.69. The report was accepted as read.


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Old Business:

  1. Insurance: will remain the same as the previous year.

  2. Grass Cutting – Neil Oke will be asked to continue to cut the grass at the Park and the Community Centre.

  3. Pike Bay Community Park – Larry and Ruth Tomlin will look after the park again this summer. A few of the picnic tables need repairs. An allowance of $300 was approved for these repairs and Jack Seatter and Rick Nolk will undertake the work. The volleyball net needs to be replaced. Glen Cameron will check to see if he can get drilling done to erect poles for the net and a new net will be purchased. An allowance of $400 was approved for the sports equipment.

  4. Community Centre – Clean up is scheduled for Thursday, May 24th at 9:00 am.
    A new pump and UV system have been installed at a cost of $1,004.00. Helen Stewart moved that this amount be approved for payment, seconded by Terry Mears, approved by all.
    Moe Ready has compiled and distributed the list of those responsible for Monday night euchres and for the lunches. Euchre will start on June 4
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    Ruth Tomlin made a motion to spend $100 on new oilcloth for the tables. Seconded by Glen Cameron and approved.
    Painting of the Community Centre will be postponed again as the quote received in the fall was too expensive.







Larry/Ruth

Rick/Jack


Glen








5.


New Business:

  1. Fireworks: will be held on Saturday, June 30th with a rain date of Sunday, July 1st. Jack Seatter agreed to oversee the event. Fireworks in the amount of $700 will be ordered from By the Bay. Greg Foster will be asked, once again, to light the fireworks.

  2. Bake Sale: To be held Saturday, August 4th at Donna and Neil Oke’s place starting at 8:00 am. Phyllis Bain will co-ordinate.

  3. Pig Roast: to be held Saturday, August 18th at By the Bay. Karen Sword will purchase a digital camera for the draw (approx. $350) and Ken Meagher will purchase a second prize valued at approximately $150. Helen McIntyre will print the draw tickets and Ken Meagher will co-ordinate the distribution and selling of the tickets.
    Cost of meal tickets will remain the same ($10 for adults and $4.50 for children) and Greg Foster will be asked to print the tickets. Drink tickets will remain at $3.00 and soft drinks $1.00.
    Helen McIntyre will order the Port-a-Potties.
    Tracey Marquis will be asked to arrange the children’s games again this year.
    Moe Ready will check with Brenda Clerks to see if her son can provide the DJ services for the evening.
    Shirley Lehman offered to lend her drink cooler if the one belonging to the PBCA cannot be located.
    Ruth Tomlin will arrange for the PAL insurance which shouldn’t be more than $200.
    Jim and Moe Ready will supervise the bar with assistance for other PBCA members.
    Kathy Campbell and Karen Sword volunteered to organize the food for the Pig Roast with assistance from Phyllis Bain.
    Wendall Thomson will be asked to arrange to get the fencing from the Rotary Club for a donation of $50.00 and Tom Field will be asked to provide firewood in return for meal tickets.

  4. Membership: 2007Membership fees are due. Ken Meagher has agreed to continue as the Membership Chairman so please send your membership fee ($10.00) to him at RR#1, Mar, Ontario, N0H 1X0. You will find a form at the end of these minutes.

  5. Paul Annett asked the PBCA to take over the care and cost of the Pike Bay Highway Signs. The approximate cost per year (paid to the Government and property owners) is $500 and Paul and Brad Hazzard have been paying this. After some discussion, it was agreed that Paul and Brad would look after the signs for this year and the PBCA will take over the payment and upkeep of the signs starting in 2008.

  6. Chantry Fishing Derby: Jack Seatter asked the Association to sponsor the Derby again this year and moved for a $50.00 donation. This was seconded by Kathy Campbell and approved.

  7. Elections – the Slate of Officers will remain the same for the coming year.





Jack

Greg


Phyllis B


Karen

Ken

Helen




Greg


Helen


Moe

Shirley


Ruth

Jim/Moe

Kathy/Karen

Phyllis B





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The next meeting of the Pike Bay Community Association will be Sunday, September 2nd, at 10:45 am.


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The meeting adjourned at 12:30 pm.


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_____________________________ _______________________________

Rick Nolk, President Helen McIntyre, Secretary






Detach and return to Ken Meagher, RR #1, Mar, Ontario, N0H 1X0, with $10.00 payment. Your continued support and annual membership fee of $10.00 is very important to the operation of the community.



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