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Minutes from the Delaware Artist Guild Meeting on May 22, 2016
President Kris Kolb opened the meeting at Delaware Public Library  with a welcome to members and guests.  Mary Williams reported that there are currently 32 members and we have $384.64 in the treasury.  She then asked for a vote to give $100 to the Arts Castle for use on exhibits.  Mary made the motion and it was seconded by Virginia Corwin.  All members voted in favor of the donation.

Josephine Lake reminded members of the upcoming COSO concert and art sale at Monnett Garden on Sunday, June 19th, from 3 to 7 pm.  Entry costs only $5.00 for a table to sell your art.  If you are interested, please confirm with Ray Wollschleger as soon as possible.  A signup sheet was sent around.

Diane Hodges shared information about the Castle Arts Affair that happens in November.  She invited guild members to consider exhibiting their work or volunteering with other activities that support the castle.
Members were reminded that the annual DAG exhibit comes down on Wednesday, May 24.   Pick up will be between 5 and 7 pm. 

Kris reported on a  fund raiser she is heading on Facebook in honor of Kim Byerley.  More information is available on her website. Kris Hyland Kolb.

Kris explained the different officer positions for the coming elections and asked for volunteers to take over for next year.  Since there were no volunteers, she agreed to remain as President, Mary Williams will remain as Treasurer and Virginia Corwin will be Secretary.  Ray Wollschleger will become Vice President.  Members voted to accept the new slate of officers for next year.

Since there was no new business, Kris closed the meeting and introduced tonight’s speaker Chelsea Dipman who explained how she created her Glitteracy Art and Design business and offered suggestions on how to be successful as a start-up. 

Respectfully submitted,
Virginia Corwin, Secretary