Capital District Tenpin Bowling Association
Directors Meeting – January 7th, 2002
Attendance: Graham Ginsberg
Absent with regrets: Dan Proulx, Jim Edwards, Dave Wiskowski, Pierre Gratton
Absent: Cameron Lyons, Gilles Valiquette
9:30 – call to order
Review of Agenda
Leave as is.
Review of previous minutes
Typographical errors. Bill to make corrections and send to Graham & Pierre.
Graham attended all the leagues that had bowlers who won awards and handed them out. He felt that it was good publicity and should be done again next year.
He has spoken to the CTF Ontario Representative and was advised that the CTF is planning on running a qualifier for bowlers to go to B.C. in the spring. They are looking at the beginning of March in London, Ontario. The CTF has stopped further inter-provincial tournaments due to lack of interest.
All bowlers have received the latest Connection magazine.
There are now 611 bowlers in the Association – 7 from a league in Aylmer and other late members.
No news from Mark Perron who was waiting for his card from Windsor. Graham to follow up with Mark. ACTION-GRAHAM
Moe passed out the updated budget – reviewed by all present.
The prize money from the tournament has all been distributed.
The Lane Inspection Committee has had a meeting and decided to leave things as is. A new meeting is scheduled for January to elect new members.
The inspection of McArthur was completed on December 29th, 2001. It passed inspection, with minor adjustments.
Awards have to be processed through WinsLab. Moe has to meet with Owen Labelle. ACTION-MOE
Public Relation/ Fundraising
CTF and Provincial Tournament
Volunteers are needed to run.
Missing directors – Graham to contact Gilles Valiquette about Yves Frechette. ACTION-GRAHAM
Mail Box – No Activity
40th CDWTBA – No Activity
Les Vaughan Memorial Trophy – No Activity
League Reps. – No Activity
Organize Committee Structures – leave as is.
Moe passed out a Life Member Nomination for Adolf Hilgendorff. Graham will set up a committee to review the criteria and all nominations by February 1st, 2002.