11/28/2017 Meeting Minutes

JPC MONTHLY MEETING MINUTES

November 28, 2017

The meeting was called to order by Chairman of the Board Joe Hill at 7:30 p.m.

Board Members Present:

Joe Hill

Greg Buss

Sandy McCall

Bill Mumford

Bob Wagner

Lynn Vicker

Candi Wenzon

Absent: Greg Buss

Introduction of Hosts: Ken and Lynn Vicker

Introduction of Guests & Associates:

Bill Hominick and Ron Carlo

Additions/Deletions to Agenda:

Add Hoffman Estates winter restaurants

Announcements:

Greg is home recovering from knee replacement surgery.  He is in therapy and plans to attend the Holiday party.  Tom K is in the hospital. At this point, he only wants family at the hospital.

President’s report:

No report

VP Chapter Management Report: Bob Wagner

Meeting & Programs:nothing to report

Editor: desperate plea to send articles and photos for the blog

VP Community Relations Report: Lynn Vicker

2018  calendar is on the table

Tour Director:riding season is done.  Will be asking for mileages in December

 VP Individual Involvement Report: CandiWenzon

Membership (G Barrington)

  1. AMA – Now need 50 paid AMA members to be a social club in the AMA or it costs $50 per year

Motion to pay $50 to the AMA for this year: Lynn Vicker

Second: Bill Mumford

Discussion: there are benefits for us; good marketing tool

Motion:  passed unanimously

  1. Membership – none
  2. Speak Up – none
  3. Birthdays – November birthdays were honored

Unfinished Business:

  1. Event financial reports: Halloween Potluck

Total expenses – $200.05

Total income – $168.00

Loss – $32.05

Motion to accept budget report as presented:  Bob Wagner

Second: Lynn Vicker

Discussion:  none

Motion passed unanimously

  1. Halloween potluck – Party was held at Masonic Lodge in Elmhurst.  Lots of delicious food; 23 people attended.  Prizes were awarded for costumes.

c.Holiday Party –At Rose Garden on December 9thstarting at 5:30 until 9:30-10:00 PM.  Buffet dinner –Grecian chicken and London broil.  The room fee was waived.  There are 34 people signed up to date.

  1. Nominations were opened and closed for the positions of president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer.  Bob Wagner accepted the nomination for vice-president.

Program:

none

 50/50 & Door Prizes

On a bike:

50/50:$30 was won by Sunil Hans

Several door prizes were given to various ticket holders.

New Business:

  1. Event budget requests:

Motion was made to accept the Holiday Party budget: Candi Wenzon

Second: Lynn Vicker

Discussion: is tax and gratuity included in?

Motion:  Passed unanimously

  1. Call for vote to accept the amendment to take out awards and recognition director.  Amendment passed.

c.With the new constitution, there was a concern about the budget – new amendment says the Executive Board will “prepare and” present the annual budget.  A petition was presented to the Board with the new language.

  1. Insurance policy will be determined by the Executive Board
  2. Jack Frost – Will be held at the Thornwood on January 1st.
  3. Hoffman Estates – A question was posed by Frank: should we use the same schedule throughout the year so that we are not using Rose Garden over and over again through the entire winter?

Good of the Order & Adjournment

Gary – would like to see the Club go on.  We can put up a booth at Rosemont show for $300.

Jean –send more cards to Tom and Greg

Steve – give back to the club and run for office

Marge – go see the Klairmont Kollection

Adjournment

The meeting was adjourned at 8:40 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

Sandy McCall

8/22/2017 Meeting Minutes

JPC MONTHLY MEETING MINUTES
August 22, 2017

The meeting was called to order by President Greg Buss at 7:31 p.m.

Board Members Present:
Joe Hill’
Greg Buss
Sandy McCall
Bill Mumford
Bob Wagner
Lynn Vicker

Absent:CandiWenzon

Introduction of Hosts:
Shirlee and Hermin Vazquez

Introduction of Guests & Prospective Members:
Bill and Annie Berger, Ron Carlo

Additions/Deletions to Agenda:
Moving wall under unfinished business g.

Announcements:
Frank and Candi are on vacation in SD and Frank became very ill this morning. He has sepsis in the blood. He is currently in ICU, but his vitals are improving.

President’s report:
Last few weeks we had good attendance at the Sunday breakfast rides. We’re having 20-25 people,

VP Chapter Management Report: Bob Wagner
Meeting & Programs: Willhavea program in September.
Editor: we’re receiving blog items. Keepthemcoming!

VP Community Relations Report: Lynn Vicker
Tour Directors:The Sunday rides are big. If someone wishes to lead a different ride, feel free to break into smaller groups, which makes it easier for restaurants. Autism ride is Sept. 16th. Look at the Autism website for more details

VP Individual Involvement Report:CandiWenzon
Cookie awards were given to ride leaders during the month of August.
Membership (G Barrington)
a. AMA
b. Membership – we have a new perspective member: Ron Carlo
c. Speak Up none
d. Birthdays – birthdays for August were announced

Unfinished Business:
a. Event financial reports: none
b. Constitution review committee – The committee established rules including 100% agreement to the changes, they used the old constitution as a guide, they agreed the club is top heavy, membership will have a greater voice, and bylaws and constitution were combined. George presented a petition signed by members. Members have received a copy of proposed new constitution via email to review the new constitution. A special meeting will be held on September 12, 2017 at the Elks Clubto go over the constitution The vote will be whether the constitution will be accepted.
Motion to accept petition: Bob
Second: Joe
Discussion: none
Motion: Passed unanimously
c. Wildcat Mountain – Great time. Sixteen people were present. Lots of good roads.
d. Dirt Racing – Greg will wait inside the entrance by the stands. The group will be near the top in the middle of the track.
e. WI Motorcycle Memorial – The ceremony will be September 16th at 2p.m. for the laying of the bricks. A group ride will leave from IHop at Lake Cook Road and Route 83 at 7 a.m. There will be a ride up to Door and back. Take a look at the website: WImotorcycle.org There is availability at the Days Inn in Green Bay on Saturday.
f. Sept. 24th leaving at 6:30 from McDonalds for the Memorial Ride.More details to follow.
g. Moving of the Vietnam wall – Sept. 27 Leaving at 7:30 from the IHop in Buffalo Grove. Will escort the semi to Des Plaines.If you plan to attend or can help, contact Greg.

Program:
None

50/50 & Door Prizes
On a bike: Steve Penczak
50/50:Joe Hill won $31
Several door prizes were given to various ticket holders.

New Business:
a. Event budget requests: none
b.Fall Overnight – It will be a three day event going to Parke County, IN. Both nights will be spent inTerre Haute. On Sunday, we’ll take a scenic ride throughout Parke County on rustic secondary roads and view several covered bridges. We will leave fromRandall’s Pancake House in South Elgin at 8:30 a.m. Anticipated mileage is 250 miles each day. We are staying at the Super 8 Motel in Terre Haute. A block of rooms is being held until September 5th..
c. Lunch ride –October 14th. Leaving from HE-destination is Chestnut Mountain, A flyer will be forthcoming with the details.
d. Halloween potluck – October 28th. Waiting for information regarding a location. Details will be forthcoming.
e. Planning for 2018 –events were suggested for 2018. People may still put events on the calendar next month

Good of the Order & Adjournment
Ken V looking for hosts Bob C & Marge volunteered
Bob C has his bike fixed and it is riding “good”
Jean thanked Lynn for telling us about Frank
Shirlee thanked Mike L for the pre-ride to Door
Joe F – people showing up in cars should not be razzed. It’s about getting together and not what you ride,

Adjournment
The meeting was adjourned at 8:47 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,
Sandy McCall