NATIONAL ARMY SECURITY AGENCY ASSOCIATION
Minutes from the August 9, 2001 Board of Directors meeting
I. The meeting was called to order at 2102 by Vice Chairman Bill Luker.
II. Roll call was taken by the Secretary. Present were Wayne Atwell, Phil Hogle, Lon Mitchell, Bill Luker and Charlie Ziehl.
III. Approval of prior minutes: The motion was made by Charlie Ziehl and seconded by Wayne Atwell that the minutes be accepted as submitted. The motion carried unanimously.
IV. Financial Statement: The Treasurer reported that as of July 31, 2001 the balance was $5,653.98
This reflects the following:
New memberships 4 @ $35.00 140.00
11 @ $15.00 165.00
Renewal memberships 1 @ $60.00 60.00
4 @ $35.00 140.00
3 @ $15.00 45.00
V. Old Business
A. The Secretary recapped the motions before the board on July 9, 2001, prior to the collapse of the Internet meeting. Those motions were: Status of membership cards and development of 501©(19). Bill Jacobson will continue to produce membership cards using the current production method, and Blake Proctor will do the legwork on the 501©(19). (Jacobson in 2111).
B. Antenna Field: The webmaster will format the newsletter to fit the website, and will encourage contributions from NASAA members. Upon request, a printed copy of the website AF will be sent to those members who do not have Internet access. (Proctor in at 2130).
C. The motion to hold an annual on-site board meeting was withdrawn by its presenter, Wayne Atwell.
D. Website issues: Bonnie Cooper was offered the webmaster responsibility for a stipend of $100.00/month. Bonnie has accepted the responsibility. Lon Mitchell will draw up a formal Memorandum of Agreement outlining the webmaster's duties.
E. Enlistment and Renewal gift: New members will get a NASAA decal; no gifts will be sent to members who renew. (The decal and membership card will be sent together).
VI. New Business
A. There was a lengthy discussion on two areas: streamlining meeting procedures and board
member absenteeism. No motions were presented and no actions were recommended.
B. Use of NASAA funds: After considerable discussion it was moved that the board could award
funds to needy, worthwhile, legitimate veteran organizations, preferably ASA/INSCOM connected. Determination of merit and the amount to be given would be at the discretion of the board. Motion passed 5-1.
C. Phil Hogle advised that intelligence connected speaker tapes are now available to NASAA
members and their organizations.
VII. The meeting was adjourned at 2236