2010 Meeting Minutes

Meeting Times

The Historical Society Meets on the 3rd Saturday of each Month,
10:00 a.m.
at the Davis Center, Lower Level, Oak Grove, MO

 

 

December, 2010 -  No Meeting - Open House

Meeting Minutes
November 20, 2010


The Oak Grove Historical Society met on November 20, 2010 at the Davis Center in Oak Grove, MO at 10:00 a.m.

President Pat Lewis called the meeting to order. She announced that several businesses in Oak Grove were having a Christmas Open House from 9:00 a.m until 5:00 p.m. Pat encouraged members to attend to support the businesses.

Recording secretary, Louise Shore, read the September minutes because the October meeting was the auction. A correction needed to be made regarding the use of the 1927 fire truck. It is to be used in parades by the Fire Department as well as the Oake Grove Historical Society. Marge Morrison made the motion that the minutes be approved. CeCe Morgan seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Treasurer CeCe Morgan reported the regular checking account had a balance of $5129.72. Other reported balances were $11,220.70 in the fund to match the Goppert Foundation Grant; 2,515.25 were proceeds from the auction, $45.45 from garage sales, $100 sale of paintings, and $252.00 so far from quilt raffle tickets. Donations from the Oak Grove Senior Citizens, Inc. were $2,000.00 and The Heartland Foundation was $2,500.00. Other donations were from individuals.

There are a few remaining letters to be sent requesting donations.

The Christmas Open House was opened for discussion. Kelly will be Santa again this year. The photographer has been contacted to photograph children with Santa. Photos will cost $5 each. Pat requested cookies to be served for refreshments. We are seeking musical groups or individuals to perform. Bryan will prepare a sign to advertise the Open House. The date will be December 18, 2010. Decorating for the Open House will be at 8:00 a.m. The hours for the Open House will be from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Drawing for the quilt will occur around 3:00 p.m.

The Christmas Parade for the city of Oak Grove will be December 5, 2010. Pat had suggested we have a float in the parade. Glen will drive his tractor with a trailer behind. Wallace Johnson's sleigh will be anchored on the trailer. Becky Dyer offered a large Santa to stand by the sleigh. Large packages will be placed in the sleigh. If members would like to walk along and hand candy to children, that is acceptable. As the parade is at night, candy is not to be thrown. The display must also have lights. Events on the 5th will consist of an auction at 2:00 p.m. to benefit the Community Services League, at 4:00 p.m. parade participants willl line up at the Civic Center; the parade will begin at 5:00 p.m.

President Pat Lewis recognized Donna Rice for furnishing refreshments for the meeting.

Barbara Griffith encouraged members to sell plaques honoring family members. Pat also asked that we think about opening each meeting with prayer.

Barbara Griffith made the motion to adjourn. Patty Soerries seconded the motion. Meeting adjourned.



Those in attendance:

Marge Morrison
Patty Soerries
Helen Owings
Dan Baer
Barbara Lefholz
Mark Fulks
Pat Lewis
Becky Dyer
Bryan Hord
"Bill Bill" Lewis
CeCe Morgan
Cindy Taylor
Floyd Evans
Kathleen Baer
Barbara Griffith
Verna Freels
Donna Rice
Greg McLallen
Glen Lewis
Louise Shore

October, 2010 - No Meeting - Auction

Meeting Minutes
September 18, 2010


The Oak Grove Historical Society met September 18, 2010 at the Davis Center at 10:00 a.m.

President Pat Lewis called the meeting to order. The minutes were read and one correction was made that the Secretary to the City Council is Cathy Smith. Barbara Lefholz made the motion to accept the minutes with the corrections. Donna Rice seconded the motion. The minutes were approved.

CeCe Morgan reported a balance of $5695.62 in the regular checking account. She had deposited the $2700.00 in the new money market account. Additional deposits have been made. The account has $3485.00 plus abount $250.00 from donations. Motion made to accept the treasurer's report by Mary Turner and a second to the motion was made by Barbara Griffith.

Jenny Grote has joined for one year as a member and the American Legion has joined as our first busines lifetime member.

Pat Lewis stated that we need to think creatively about how we can raise additional money to pay for the restoration of the building. Mark Fulks said he has had no response at this time regarding our grant from Truman Heartland.

It was voted to move the date of the auction to October 16, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. to allow more time to prepare. A deadline of September 24, 2010 was given for members to let the committee know what members would be donating. A sale bill will be prepared with photos. Louise Shore will prepare a form for CeCe Morgan to give donors to use for income tax deductions.

Pat Lewis expressed her appreciation of the excellent job Donna Rice and other members presented at the Oak Grove City Council Meeting regarding the beautification of residents' homes.

CeCe Morgan made amotion that Holly Scarborough be offered a lease that would reduce her rent $100 to $650 per month for one year excluding the storage room that will be used by the Oak Grove Historical Society. She would have the option of either paying in one lump sum for the rent or pay one-half on the first of the month and the other half on the 15th of the month. She will be ased to vacate the space in the rear of the building that will be occupied by the Oak Grove Historical Society by October 10, 2010. Mary Turner seconded the motion. The motion carred.

A telephone committee will be calling members for a list of any items they may be donating in the auction.

Jerry Hoy was present as a representative of Leroy Hayes. He was wondering if the Oak Grove Historical Society would be interested in a 1927 Fire Truck that could be used in parades. Chris Russell had spent many hours working on the fire truck. CeCe Morgan made the motion that the Oak Grove Historical Society accept the donation of the 1927 Fire Truck. Kathleen Baer seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Pat Lewis complimented Jack Hackley for his presentation at the Oak Grove Chamber of Commerce dinner.

Barbara Griffith made a motion to adjourn. Mary Turner seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned. Respectfully submitted, Louise Shore, Recording Secretary.



Those in attendance:

Kathleen Baer
Dan Baer
Floyd Evans
Patty Soerries
Pat Lewis
CeCe Morgan
Jack Hackley
Helen Owings
Mary Turner
Barbara Griffith
Barbara Lefholz
Donna Rice
Carole Nebgen
James and Carole Nebgen's daughter
Greg McLallen
Wallace Johnson
Mark Fulks
Jerry Hoy

 

Meeting Minutes
August 21, 2010


The August 21, 2010 meeting of the Oak Grove Historical Society was held at the Davis Center in Oak Grove, MO at 10:00 AM. President Pat Lewis called the meeting to order. Recording Secretary Louise Shore read the minutes of the July meeting. Corrections needed to be made. Fran Evans and CeCe Morgan had met with Monte Sutherland at Wal-Mart to discuss the possibility of obtaining a grant from Wal-Mart. The other correction was regarding the contact person Cathy Clark, city clerk to be added to the agenda for a City Council meeting. Wallace Johnson made the motion to accept the minutes as read with corrections. Karen Findley seconded the motion. Minutes were approved.

Treasurer CeCe Morgan reported that the checking account had a balance of $7,171.62. Becky Dyer had brought donations of $370.00 along with some additional checks given in memory of her husband, Hollis Dyer. A donation of $50.00 had been received by CeCe Morgan to apply to the building restoration. Donna Rice made a motion that we take $2700.00 out of the checking account to create a money market account at the Commercial Bank. This money was donated for the restoration/repairs to the building. Becky Dyer also agreed to apply the money donated in Hollis Dyer’s honor to this account. Karen Findley seconded the motion. Motion carried. Louise Shore made a motion that the signature card should contain the names of Karen Findley and CeCe Morgan as the designated signees. Barbara Griffith seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Pat Lewis announced that the Second Auction is scheduled for October 9, 2010. She urged those in attendance to begin thinking about what they would donate and if possible include a picture of the item. Some would be chosen to place on the sale bill.

The next newsletter will be prepared in November and mailed by December 1, 2010. Louise Shore asked that anyone with suggestions or items to be included should contact her. Vice-President Bryan Hord asked for ideas on a display to show our progress raising money to meet the grant from the Goppert Foundation.

Pat Lewis mentioned that rocks needed to be moved from behind the Vestal building. Glen Lewis along with assistance from Bryan Hord would move the rocks.

The letter requesting a slot on the agenda for the City Council Meeting on September 7, 2010 was read. A discussion followed regarding suggestions for those attending.

New members recently joining the Oak Grove Historical Society are B. Anne Hallier, Ray and Lois Morrison, as well as John and Donna Gnagi.

Karen Findley stated the 2010 Christmas ornaments have arrived. They recognize the former drug store owned by the McLaurine, Robinson and Branum families. Members were to pick up those they planned to sell.

A reception for Representative Ike Skelton was being held at the Broadway Grille at 11:30 AM. Everyone is welcome.

Pat Lewis was going to see about getting a contract signed by Holly Scarborough freeing up space for the historical society. Barbara Griffith made the motion to adjourn the meeting. Mary Turner seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned.

Respectfully submitted by
Louise Shore, Recording Secretary

Those in attendance were:

Wallace Johnson
Karen Findley
CeCe Morgan
Floyd Evans
Kathleen Baer
Dan Baer
Becky Dyer
Pat Lewis
Verna Freels
Katherine Dowell
Donna Rice
Helen Owings
Patty Soerries
Barbara Griffith
Mary Turner
Barbara Lefholz
Bryan Hord
Louise Shore
“Bill Bill” Lewis

Meeting Minutes
July 17, 2010


The Oak Grove Historical Society met July 17, 2010 at 10:00 AM in the Davis Center in Oak Grove. President Pat Lewis called the meeting to order. She welcomed two new members: Patty (Fickle) Soerries and Cathy Dowell. Secretary Louise Shore read the minutes from the May meeting. Barbara Griffith made a motion the minutes be accepted as read. Barbara Lefholz seconded the motion.

Treasurer CeCe Morgan reported a balance of $5519.96 in the checking account. The CDs were cashed in for a total of $3757.92. Donations from members totaled $2700.00. CeCe read a letter sent to Fran Evans from The Goppert Foundation stating they would donate $18,500.00 to the Oak Grove Historical Society, if we would match the amount. We have until July 31, 2012 to fulfill this goal. We must deposit the money in a separate account to prove we have such funds. The Commercial Bank of Oak Grove requested that an article be placed in the Focus on Oak Grove telling about the generous offer of The Goppert Foundation. CeCe also reported that she had met with Monte Sutherland of the local Wal-Mart and he suggested they contact the Wal-Mart Foundation located in Bentonville, Arkansas. CeCe explained that an adjustment was made in the June rent for Holly and Midge because they were required to be closed for three days for the construction going on in the building.

Ike Church suggested we make a thermometer to show our progress in reaching our goal of $18,500.00. A motion was made by Barbara Lefholz and seconded by Louise Shore that we make Greg McLallen a lifetime member of the Oak Grove Historical Society as a way of showing him our appreciation for all the work he did in helping with the repairs on the building.

Pat Lewis reported that the total cost of the restoration/repairs was $37,775.00. Barbara Griffith wrote a check for $12,591.00 to begin the work and a check for $15,184.00 at the completion of the work. The Oak Grove Historical Society wrote a check for $10,000.00 for the remainder of the money owed to Danny Graham.

Dan Baer suggested that we might have a celebration of small town values in 1850s costume involving the community.

We will certainly miss one of our members, Hollis Dyer, who passed away on Friday morning.

Karen Findley passed out updates for the membership booklet and gave booklets to new members. Members were asked to check the membership tree and their personal information so corrections could be made.

Pat Lewis mentioned keeping our website up-to-date by members submitting articles or activities we are promoting.

The 2010 Christmas ornament honoring the drug store that was owned by Branum, Robinson, and McLaurine was on display on Karen’s laptop. She plans to order 250 ornaments and stated that more could be made if needed. Some have already reserved their ornaments.

Donna Rice made a motion that we send a representative to the City Council meetings. Verna Freels had mentioned that many homeowners are neglecting the upkeep of their property. Donna Rice and Verna Freels along with any other members wishing to attend will contact Tony Adamson or Dave Church to be placed on the City Council meeting’s agenda.

We are attempting to set a date for the second annual auction this year. It will be necessary to work around Rhody Oldham’s schedule. We are looking at September or October.

Our CDs were cashed in with a loss of only $19.00. Ike Church made a motion approving cashing in the CDs for restoration/repairs of the Vestal Building. Verna Freels seconded the motion. Motion was approved.

Joyce McCrander made a motion that the meeting adjourn. Wallace Johnson seconded the motion. Meeting was adjourned

Respectfully submitted,
Louise Shore, Recording Secretary

Those in attendance were:

CeCe Morgan
Dan Baer
Louise Shore
Wallace Johnson
Kathleen Baer
Ike Church
Patty Lewis
Alice Church
Donna Rice
Karen Findley
Barbara Lefholz
Verna Freels
Helen Owings
Floyd Evans
Joyce McCrander
Barbara Griffith
Glen Lewis
Patty Soerries
“Bill Bill” Lewis

Meeting Minutes
May 15, 2010


The May 15, 2010 meeting of the Oak Grove Historical Society was held in the Davis Center in Oak Grove, MO at 10:00 AM. Mark Fulks had placed copies of the letter of interest and the response from the Truman Heartland Foundation on each table for members to read. President Pat Lewis called the meeting to order.

Louise Shore read the minutes. Wallace Johnson moved to accept the minutes as read. Floyd Evans seconded the motion. The minutes were approved.

Cece Morgan stated that the balance in the checking account was $11,851.64. Barbara Griffith made the motion to accept the treasurer’s report. Greg McLallen seconded the motion. The treasurer’s report was approved.

Pat explained that a structural engineer had surveyed the Vestal Building.
Karen Findley asked that a decision be made regarding the Christmas ornament for 2010. A motion was made by Mark Fulks to consider the Branum Drug Store for the 2010 ornament. Mary Turner seconded the motion. The motion was approved.

Pat Lewis announced that the June 19, 2010 meeting will convene at 11:30 AM with an appreciation dinner.

Danny Graham has put in supports to provide safety measures in the Vestal Building. Possible cost of restoration may be $37,000. Mark Fulks was preparing the application for funds from the Truman Heartland Foundation. Results will be known in the fall. Discussion proceeded in an attempt to determine the consensus of the members on how to move forward on restoration of the Vestal Building. Greg McLallen explained the progress that has been made. He also explained what measures need to be implemented next. Karen was going to check on the two CDs to determine if there would be any penalties assessed if they were cashed in. A few members stated they would donate money for the restoration. Barbara offered to loan the money to the Oak Grove Society, if they would contribute some funds for the restoration. A separate promissory note would be written for the amount of the loan. It was also suggested that a time frame be set for completion of the restorative work. Provisions need to be made to protect Holly’s business. Karen Findley and Joyce McCrander were going to prepare a letter or article for the newspaper regarding needs for the restoration of the building. Fran Evans was going to make some inquiries with businesses about possible donations. Pat Lewis requested that we have a certificate of Danny Graham’s insurance for the Oak Grove Historical Society and a copy for Holly Scarborough. Pat also requested a copy of the insurance Barbara Griffith has on the building. CeCe Morgan made a motion that Danny Graham be instructed to proceed with restoration of the Vestal Building. Joyce McCrander seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Barbara Griffith motioned we adjourn. Dan Baer seconded the motion. Meeting was adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,
Louise Shore, Recording Secretary

Those in attendance:

Mary Turner
Glen Lewis
Pat Lewis
“Bill Bill” Lewis
Louise Shore
Cece Morgan
Floyd Evans
Fran Evans
Wallace Johnson
Verna Freels
Joyce McCrander
Barbara Griffith
Mark Fulks
Charles Petty
Karen Findley
Dan Baer
Kathleen Baer
Greg McLallen
Bill Webb
Barbara Lefholz

Meeting Minutes
April 17, 2010


The Oak Grove Historical Society met April 17, 2010 at 10:00 AM at the Davis Center. President Pat Lewis called the meeting to order. Louise Shore read the minutes. Hollis Dyer made a motion the minutes be accepted as read. Donna Rice seconded the motion.

CeCe Morgan reported a balance of $13,623.94. She had written a check to Barbara Griffith of $516.00 for real estate taxes owed to her from January, February, and March. A check was written to Diane Hord for the website. A new member, Verna Freels, joined as a lifetime member. Hollis made a motion that the treasurer’s report be accepted. Donna Rice seconded the motion. The motion carried.

Pat Lewis stated she had sold a gold plaque that needed to be installed. Clay Barton had stated that any member of the OG Historical Society could issue a receipt for taxable deductions, but Pat Lewis stated it would be best to have CeCe Morgan, treasurer, be the one to issue such receipts.

Discussion followed regarding how best to proceed with repairs on the Vestal Building. Danny Grayum had given Pat Lewis a bid of $24,000 to repair the mezzanine and the roof. Pat will have the official bid by the next meeting. Mark Fulks has sent a letter of interest to the Truman Heartland Foundation for $14,000 to be used for repairing the Vestal Building. If they show interest, an application will need to be submitted. That would need to be done by the end of May with results being available this fall.

Mark Fulks had a bound copy of the 1930s Oak Grove Banner on display for members to see. The Lee’s Summit Historical Society gave the copies of the Oak Grove Banner beginning in 1906 – 1970s to the Oak Grove Historical Society. The Kansas City Library had bound copies from 1906 through the 1940s or 1950s.

According to CeCe Morgan, Holly Scarborough has expressed some concern regarding the availability of storage space for her shop. Pat Lewis said she had spoken to Holly and assured her that we want her business to stay and we realize there will be some inconvenience when doing repairs. Pat Lewis stated that she had spent $45 on light bulbs for the Vestal building. An addition to the March meeting should state that Mark Fulks, CeCe Morgan, and Karen Findley did speak to Clay Barton about income taxes. Karen, as she was leaving, asked Clay Barton if those working on repairs in the Vestal building would be covered by our insurance. Clay Barton stated that he felt they would be covered. According to Pat Lewis, Danny Grayum is self-insured. It was agreed that Bryan Hord, Mark Fulks and Pat Lewis would each contact an architectural engineer to assess what we need to do to repair the future home of the Oak Grove Historical Society.

Mark announced that the Chamber of Commerce was hosting a Taste of Country with silent auctions this evening at the Davis Center. He also stated that Barbara Griffith’s children were hosting an 80th birthday party for her at the Broadway Grille on Sunday, April 18, 2010. Everyone was welcome.

On April 25, 2010 at 7:00 PM the Methodist Church will host a concert dedicating the organ they have had refurbished. All are welcome to come. Bryan Hord welcomed any suggestions for programs and future speakers. He stated that due to cost cuts the Missouri Historical Society’s Speakers Bureau was closed. We could contact speakers personally, if we desired to have them make a presentation.

Hollis Dyer moved that the meeting be adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,
Louise Shore, Recording Secretary

Those in attendance:

Bryan Hord
Verna Freels
Helen Owings
Louise Shore
Donna Rice
Hollis Dyer
Becky Dyer
Floyd Evans
Clarence Bauer
Mark Fulks
Kathleen Baer
Dan Baer
CeCe Morgan
Joyce McCrander
Pat Lewis
Pat Lewis’ grandson

Meeting Minutes
February 18, 2010


The Officers and the Executive Board Members of the Oak Grove Historical Society met Thursday, February 18, 2010 at 7:00 PM at the Broadway Grille in Oak Grove, MO. The following members present were President Pat Lewis, Treasurer CeCe Morgan, Recording Secretary Louise Shore, Executive Board Member Carol Grote and Member Mark Fulks.

The first item of business was to discuss the contract between the Oak Grove Historical Society and tenant Holly Scarborough. As the need to make repairs and find storage space for items collected by the Oak Grove Historical Society are necessary, a new contract needs to be written and signed by the officers. A possible date of May 1, 2010 was proposed for the OG Historical Society to take possession of the space in the back presently used as storage by Holly. Repairs need to be made on the balcony and roof as soon as possible. Bryan and Greg are authorized to begin as soon as the agreement is made with Holly. This would also lower Holly’s rent. The Society could begin painting and begin other repairs that are needed to prepare the room for a work area for the OG Historical Society. Mark has prepared a grant application to be submitted to Truman Heartland by April. Grants are announced in the fall – possibly in September. Applicants are permitted to apply three years in a row. Money must be used to restore the building or apply to structural improvements, not operational expenses. Barbara Griffith has stated to CeCe Morgan that the real estate taxes had increased in 2009. An adjustment needs to be made to cover the increase in the Society’s payments to Barbara. Barbara had also requested documentation of the interest paid to her by the OG Historical Society. Mark Fulks stated that the Society being a 501C entity could deduct a percentage from the real estate taxes we pay when we take possession of the large storage area. It is based on square footage. The building is approximately 4200 square feet and the storage space is approximately 1100 square feet. Pat was to call Karen Findley and have her contact Clay Barton regarding the filing of taxes we might have to pay since our status is now 501C. We need to know if it is necessary for us to file or not. CeCe Morgan and Mark Fulks suggested we have two committees for terms of at least one year for Membership and the Building. The tenants need to have someone to call if there are problems in their leased areas. CeCe Morgan stated that the balance in the checking account is $14,246.86. Pat Lewis and Mark Fulks mentioned having a link the Oak Grove’s website and possibly a blog on the Oak Grove Historical Society’s website. This would allow individuals interested to pose questions or ideas for the Society.

Meeting Minutes
January 16, 2010


On Saturday, January 16, 2010, the Oak Grove Historical Society met at 10:00 am at the Davis Center in Oak Grove MO.

Vice-President Pat Lewis called the meeting to order. She expressed her appreciation to Bryan Hord, Greg McLallen and Mark Fulks for all the time and effort they have given to the Vestal Building repairs. She also expressed her gratitude for all those who had provided baked goods; helped with the auction and the Christmas Open House.

The minutes were read by Recording Secretary Louise Shore, Marge Morrison made the modtion the minutes be accepted as read. Barbara Lefholz seconded the motion. The minutes were approved.

Treasurer CeCe Morgan reported a balance of $13,997.17 in the checking account. She had a $100 check for a lifetime membership and $20 for Christmas ornaments to add to the account. A certificate of deposit is to mature January 24, 2010 valued at $2107.22. Karen Findley asked if the group wanted to roll it over or place the money elsewhere. Karen made the motion to leave the CD and roll it over. Joyce McCrander seconded the motion. Motion carried. CeCe said there was still an outstanding bill owed to Focus on Oak Grove for advertising the Christmas Open House. Bryan Hord made the motion to accept the treasurer's report and Wallace Johnson seconded the motion. Motion was approved.

Bryan Hord had met a man at the Brass Armadillo in Grain Valley. This gentleman was signing a book that he and his wife had written about his parent's experiences during the Holocaust. Bryan wondered if there was enough interest to ask the gentleman to speak. The group agreed to have Bryan contact the man and see if he could speak at the February meeting. If the date is acceptable, other historical societies will be contacted and advertising for the event will proceed.

Wallace Johnson read a selection from the Webb Family Tree book. The event took place during the Civil War.

The election of officers resulted in the following persons being elected: President - Pat Lewis, Vice-President - Bryan Hord, Treasurer - CeCe Morgan, Recording Secretary - Louise Shore, Corresponding Secretary - Joyce McCrander, and Executive Board Members - Karen Findley and Carol Grote.

Karen Findley had seen a photo of the Oak Grove Train Depot on display at the Brass Armadillo. It was a different view than the one on the Christmas ornamant. She suggested members go look at it and that we purchase it for our collection. There was to be 20% off sale and she thought maybe we could purchase if cheaper. She was going to check and possibly purchase it.

CeCe Morgan and Karen Findley thought a good fundraiser might be to prepare a Historical Book about Oak Grove to sell. It would be a two year plan to which a committee would meet monthly. The Town and Country book on the History of Oak Grove is no longer in print or available for purchase. The group seemed to be in agreement about forming the committee. Members of the committee are Karen Findley, CeCe Morgan, Barbara Lafholz, Wallace Johnson, Mary Turner, and Joyce McCrander. Joyce's hometown is preparing such a book. Joyce shared some of the items they included. The first meeting will be held at Karen Findley's home on Monday, February 8, 2010 at 10:00 am.

Bryan asked for suggested goals for the group in 2010. Barbara Griffith suggested grants. Mark Fulks has been working on seeking them. Repairs on the Vestal building need to be addressed immediately. Bryan Hord and Greg McLallen have been looking into cost and supplies needed. Ron Hackley has looked at the project and made suggestions along with Sam ??. The steel beams and posts would be approximately $800. Lumber and other materials might be about $600-$800. Hollis Dyer made the motion to authorize the officers of the Oak Grove Historical Society to instruct Bryan Hord the Greg McClellan to proceed on getting cost estimates and meet with Tony, City Inspector, to see what needs to be done for the repairs to move forward. They would be authorized to seek permits, draw up plans for the city's approval and oversee the repairs of the Oak Grove Historical Society. CeCe Morgan seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Holly Scarborough's lease renewal is due February 1, 2010. The executive board will meet and deal wth the renewal.

Louise Shore made the motion to adjourn. Wallace Johnson seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Respectfully submitted,

Louise Shore, Recording Secretary

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