Agenda set for December meeting

The Hardin County Ag Society set the next meeting for December 6, 2023 with the following agenda.

Agenda Topics

  1. Call to Order
  2. Guests (3–5-minute speaking time allotted)
  3. Correspondence –thank you from Makenna E. and  letters of intent from Kirk Cameron, Justin Beale & Abe Decker, email from Kara Brown
  4. Vote for 2 directors to be appointed.  Swear in directors that still need to be sworn in
  5. Minutes of last meeting  
  6. Financial Reports (Profit & Loss Year Comparison)
  7. Bills to Approve
  8. Committee Reports:
    • Executive Committee
      • 2024 budget needs approved
      • Code of Conduct needs signed be everyone, including employees
      • Vote for new executive committee…
      • Executive Committee needs to meet to form committees for the next year.
    • Strategic Planning
    • Development Committee
    • Grounds Committee
      • Still missing some Inventory sheets. – Hardin County Cattle Producer’s Bldg & Hog Barn
    • Camping Committee
      • Ohio Good Sam’s contract and Cushman Contracts need sent
    • Entertainment Committee
    • Livestock Committees
      • Jr Fair Livestock committee meeting minutes need approved. 
      • Steer weigh in and tagging is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 30th from 9-11am
    • Rides and Concessions
    • JR Fair Board Report
    • Advertising/Sponsorship Committee
      • Advertising/Sponsorship committee meeting minutes.
      • Christmas cards will be sent soon.
    • Tech. Committee
    • Other Committees
      • Reverse Raffle update

Old Business:

  • Fall District Meeting update
  • Last update for convention, hotel reservations, meal reservation, etc.

New Business:

  • Delegate for OFMA convention needs selected.
  • Annual Report needs approved.
  • Report on Credit Card Rewards.
  • Fair Entry Training Conference in Winston-Salem, NC. Feb. 20-22, 2024.  $750 without lodging and travel.

Our next monthly Board Meeting is Wednesday, January 10th at 7pm in the Community Building. 

(one week later due to the OFMA Convention the first week of January)

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