|Minutes of the Second General Business Meeting of the Illinois
Classical Conference held on Sunday, Oct. 8, 2006, in the Assembly
Room of the State House Inn, Springfield, Ill.
With a quorum present (12 required) President Vicki Wine called the meeting to order at 12:45pm and welcomed all for attending.
Nomination and Election Results: President Wine restated the nomination and election results from yesterday’s General Business Meeting.
Resolutions Committee: James Chochola said that the full text of the resolutions would appear in the Augur, but he especially thanked Alice and Jay Mulberry for all their hard work in attending to the local arrangements. He also recognized and thanked the presiders, the speakers, the faces new to the conference, the hotel staff, Elizabeth Skoryi and Mary Ann Beatty for the DVD, Marilyn Brusherd for the Book Exchange, Lou and Marie Bolchazy for their display, and Gerald Day and his Springfield High School students for their help in making the conference a success. President Wine also wished to thank the many and less obvious people who helped with this conference.
Old Business: None remained from yesterday’s General Business Meeting.
New Business: Marilyn Brusherd thanked James Betts for his expertise with the information technology for the conference. She also was happy to report that $263 were donated for the books acquired from the Book Exchange, many of which came from the late Katherine Trezevant collection. President Wine was pleased to report that Kavitha Cardoza from WUIS, the NPR affiliate in Springfield, will mention the ICC conference in her Monday, Oct. 9 broadcast. Ms. Cardoza also left her contact information with President Wine. After thanking everyone for their help for the last 2 years, President Wine turned over the gavel to newly elected President Alice Mulberry. After an exuberant round of applause from the attendees, President Mulberry expressed her personal thanks to President Wine and to everyone for their help with the conference and wished everyone a safe trip home.
There being no further business, William Napiwocki moved, seconded by Henrietta Davis, to adjourn the meeting. The motion passed by acclamation, and the meeting adjourned at 1:00pm.