CSSA Board of Directors Meeting
August 3, 2015
Present: Dewey Hom, Commissioner; Paul Knotts, Vice Commissioner; Glenn Peacock, Secretary; Ken Taylor, Treasurer; Peter Fowler, National League Director; Warren Butler, American League Director; Ron O’Donnell, Master League Director; Bruce Stokes, Interim Lowell Lawson League Director; Jerry Bohacek, Interim Legends League Director; Terry Cartledge, Player Representative
Absent: Ray DeLuca, Senior League Director; Randy Bergman, Legacy League Director; Dewey Hom called the meeting to order at 6:33 pm
Secretary Minutes: Read and discussed, voted on unanimously to accept as presented.
Treasurers Report: Beginning balance $10,396.45. Ending balance $5,638.47
Treasurers Report was discussed and voted on unanimously to accept as presented.
Fall Season: August 11. Tuesday night.
August 17 and 19. Monday morning and Wednesday morning and evening.
October 26 is designated as the last possible week to complete the Fall 2015 season.
If rainouts occur, the schedule will be followed as printed. Make ups will be rescheduled.
League updates: No issues presented by those in attendance.
All teams managers need to accurately submit their rosters to the League Director as soon as possible.
Lowell Lawson League: Needs someone to become a manager. Anyone interested should contact Bruce Stokes.
Board Elections: Nominations are being accepted. Submit any nominations to a member of the Board of Director. Each nomination will go through a review process by the Board of Directors.
Arnold Fowler and Lowell Lawson nominations are also being accepted. All nominations must be accompanied by a paragraph, stating nominees qualifications. Send Arnold Fowler nominations to Glenn Peacock email@example.com. Nominations will be accepted up to 30 September, 2015
AED/CPR Training: Training will take place between the Fall and Spring season.
Future Topics: The potential of raising the sponsor and player fees.
Next meeting August 31, 2015. All are welcome to attend.
Adjourned at 7:40pm
Respectfully submitted by
Glenn H. Peacock