Calumet County Council Minutes of the January 23, 2014 Meeting Calumet County Council was called to order by Commander Wayne Steffen at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was hosted by Brillion Post 126. Following a prayer by Chaplin Elroy Ecker, the Pledge of Allegiance and Preamble were recited: Roll Call of Posts: 124 New Holstein (5) 125 Chilton (0) 126 Brillion (7) 127 Hilbert (1)

128 Stockbridge (4) 265 Darboy (0) 496 Sherwood (2)

Minutes of the last meeting: Partial minutes of the October 23 meeting were read by Acting Adjutant Ron Schneider. The complete minutes of the October 23 meeting will be read at the February 27 meeting. Motion to accept the minutes as read and to read the complete October 23 minutes at the next meeting was made by Ed Welch and seconded by Tom DeTroye. Motion carried. Finance Report: Balance on hand October 23, 2013 Receipts: Expenses: Balance on hand January 23, 2014

$1628.85 146.50 0.00 $1775.35

Motion was made by Ed Welch to accept the Financial Report as read and seconded by Dean Pingel. No corrections or additions. Motion approved by majority present. Guests: None were present Sick Call: None Veterans Service Officer Not present Committee Reports: Ron Schneider, Stockbridge Post 128, bowling chairman, reported that the Bowling Tournament’s 12:30 p.m. slot should fill and the 3:30 p.m. slot is open so far. Jim Stecker reported on Government Day not having a date yet, but should have date by February 18th. Jim also reported on seeing Gary Mader at the POW/MIA Dinner in Princeton & Gary said to say “hi” to all the Legionnaires. 1

Calumet County Council Old Business: Read the proposed By Laws change to clarify how total membership is determined when assessing dues. After a discussion was held, a motion to accept was made by Tom DeTroye, and a second by Ed Welch to vote on change. Motion was passed unanimously. Membership all posts in County are 85%, Darboy is 100%, we should be 90% on February 10, on March 95%, and on April 7 100%. Todd Bremmer mentioned National vs State regulations for the 100% membership mark by December 31st. Will try to get this clarified. Commander Wayne reported on the Sixth District Mid-Winter Conference. Wayne reported he attended the workshop on baseball, a workshop on Roberts rules of Order, District and County Commanders, Public speaking and Post administration, and funeral honors / MI training. Mr. Jim Johannas gave the presentation on M1 training; he will fix any post rifles for no cost, only a few dollars for gas and parts if needed. Mr. Johannes phone # 608-265-2323. E-Mail [email protected] The blood drive was a disappointment, due to computer malfunctions all day, not one drop of blood was collected. Wayne felt the Conference was very good for anyone who wants to go to the workshops and learn how to be better prepared. New Business: The American Legion Birthday Party is set for March 9, at Brant, (Neighborhood Bar & Grill). Petition for POW/MIA stamp has only 4 signatures so far. Want to get more signatures to petition the Post office to issue this stamp. Commander has petition & will leave on table for signatures. Meeting in April is incorrect. It is listed as the 22nd and should be April 24 at Hilbert. If any doubts, check with Stockbridge Post 128 website where the dates are listed correctly. Tom DeTroye reported that Ken Rynnes will have about 200 American Legion Motorcycle Riders at New Holstein Post 124 on Wednesday, July 16, at 2:00 p.m. where they will be collecting donations for Children of post 9/11 veterans killed in action, for advanced education of the children. Every post is asked to donate $150 to $200 for this worthy charity. It will be held at Kiwanis Park in New Holstein. The Post 124 will handle all workers for the brat fry. Next Council meeting will be held at Darboy Post 265 on February 27, 2014. Good of the American Legion: None There being no more business to come before the meeting a prayer was said by Chaplin Elroy Ecker and a hand salute was rendered as the colors were retired at 8:45 p.m. Thank you to Post 126, Brillion for hosting the January 24 meeting and for refreshments and lunch. Winner of the 50/50 raffle was Joe Geiger, who won $18 and council received $18. Respectfully Submitted, Ron Schneider, Acting Adjutant 2

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