Jackson County Arts met Monday, November 19, 2012, 6:00 PM at Sarah's Enchanted Cottage. Present were Sarah Devader, David Schock, Donna Kuti, Gin Fox, Carol Totten, Mary Schock, Linda Brownlow, Fred Appelhanz, Katie Morris, Ginnie Schirmer, Amy and Charlotte Cyphers, and Suzette McCord-Rogers. We approved the minutes from our October meeting.
Balance 10-15-12 $516.68
Cash on hand 11-19-12 $468.66
Art Walk Committee Report- We are looking at possible dates in April, still on Fridays, including April 12, 19, and 26th. We need to see if there are any major conflicts before deciding on a date. We also worked on an application for artists and musicians. Sarah and Suzette volunteered to be liaisons to help coordinate with businesses. We will decide on a date at our January meeting.
Barn Tour- We received a thank you note from the Jackson County Historical Society for hosting the 2012 Country Living Art Contest and promoting the Barn Tour.
January 21 Meeting- We will have a baked potato bar and work on reviewing policies. Members volunteered to bring items for the dinner. Guests are welcome!
Potatoes- Carol will prepare the baked potatoes.
Brownies, Sour Cream- Amy
Broccoli- David and Mary
Taco Meat- Gin
Seasonings, Flatware- Sarah
Paper products- Donna
Bacon Bits- Linda
Drinks- FredDessert- Ginnie
Election of Officers for 2013
President- Sarah Devader
VP/Program Chair- Carol Totten
Secretary- Ginnie Schirmer (with Katie’s help)
Treasurer- David Schock
Show and Tell/Announcements- “December Treat” work due to Sarah’s by November 30th. On December 1st, Sarah’s will be offering workshops. Katie shared an announcement of a show in Topeka called “To Him be the Glory”. Find information here: http://tohimbetheglory.weebly.com/index.html David and Mary Schock each showed a winter painting. Mary also showed a sewn apron. Linda showed a motorcycle painting. Fred shared a poem called War. Katie brought photos from the Duck Stamp judging and Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. Several members helped paint windows and figurines around the square for the holidays.
Program- Carol moved that we adjourn the business portion of the meeting and continue to the program. The program was led by Carol’s sister, Barbara Diggs. She taught us how to use aluminum from recycled pop cans and make an embossed three dimensional star, painted with alcohol ink.