Donation Needed: Filing Cabinet

Your Branch needs a locking filing cabinet, so that our financial records will no longer be stored in an offset location. Do you have a locking filing cabinet you can donate? If so, please write to [email protected]. If we can’t find someone to donate one, we have our eye on one at Office Depot for $80; if you’d like to chip in to help with that, please also write [email protected]!

May 2, 2019 General Membership Meeting

We met at 6pm, May 2, 2019, in the Community Room at the Joe & Vi Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation, 404 Euclid Avenue. A light meal was provided.

You may view the interactive meeting packet online. The packet now includes the draft minutes.

Or, if you prefer to download the entire packet, you may.

At the start of each meeting, members are asked if they want to “pull” a report for questions or comments. Please feel free to do so–it is your right to ask questions or comment. Like any democracy, the Branch operates best when people exercise their rights.


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