AHA Board Minutes, November 23, 2004
Present: Jim Cartwright, Ellen Chapman, Judy Kearney, Leilani Pyle, Linda
Soma, Andrew Wertheimer
Excused: Pat Ogburn, Helen Wong Smith
Jim called the meeting to order at 5:35. Minutes of the October meeting
were approved as corrected.
SOCIAL: Linda reported that 12 people have signed up so far. The cost is
$24.15 (includes tax and tip) and checks should be made out to AHA; Jim
and Linda will collect payment at the door. For door prizes, Jim will
bring a few AHA tote bags and other Board members said they will bring
NOMINATING COMMITTEE: Outgoing Board members Judy, Leilani, Linda and Pat
will form the nominating committee; Judy was appointed chair and Jim will
be an adviser. The committee needs to find at least three names for Board
members, one for President, and assuming the proposed by-laws will be
accepted, one vice-president/president-elect. Linda distributed a current
list of members to aid in nomination considerations. The proposed slate
will be distributed to all AHA members at least 30 days before the annual
meeting at which the election of new officers and Board members will take
ANNUAL MEETING: The Hotel Lanai is full; names of B&Bs are in the recently
distributed Nov-Dec newsletter. James Mohr, speaker, has already made
arrangements for a B&B. Jim will check with Metal Edge representative
Larry Gates who indicated he would donate archival supplies and pay for a
coffee break at the meeting.
STUDENT MEMBERS: With approval of the Board, Jim will send a
congratulatory letter to all UHM LIS students graduating in December. They
will be invited to join AHA for one year at the student rate of $7.50 as
an introductory enticement.
ARCHIVES CLASS: Andrew reported that he will be teaching a three-week LIS
archives class in the last summer session of 2005.
The meeting was adjourned at 6:30.
Ellen Chapman, Secretary
*****Next Meeting***** Tuesday, December 28, 2004, 5:30pm. The meeting
place is uncertain but will be announced at least a few days before the
28th. (The date for restoration of power to the main part of Hamilton
Library is unknown at this time.)