Moniteau County Democrat Club holds meeting
Originally published January 30, 2013 at 6 a.m., updated January 29, 2013 at 3:43 p.m.
The Moniteau County Democrat Club met on Thursday, Jan. 25, at the Nic Nac restaurant. Vice President Taunia Adams conducted the meeting in the absence of President Eric Moore.
The minutes of the previous meeting were circulated by Resa Dudley and Lucy Layne provided the treasurer’s report Members discussed the bylaws which have been under review. It was decided to wait until the next meeting when copies would be available for the members. After discussion it was agreed to email the revised bylaws to the members.
Ramona Hader, chair of the Truman Days committee, provided the date and location which will be on May 4 at the California Baptist church. A discussion on program and invitations followed.
Taunia Adams explained the Act Blue Account Members were encouraged to participate in the local elections and a candidate committee chairperson was selected.
It was agreed that the club would join the California Chamber of Commerce with Charley Roll offering to take charge of the proceedings.
Voter registration was discussed. And it was determined that it was important that the club assist. It will be up to the club members to encourage people to see that they are registered to vote in time for the next election.
Resa Dudley spoke to the group on the highway cleanup duties. The Highway Dept will provide bags and vests and the date of March 2 was set with the 23rd as the alternate date in case of inclement weather.
Some upcoming events were the State Committee meeting on Jan. 26, the Fourth Congressional District Committee on Feb. 10 in Sedalia and Hannibal Days on March 1 and 2.
The next meeting will be held on March 28 with Kay Cochran, Medicaid specialist as speaker. The public is invited.