Present: Ann Thompson, Michaela Walston, Sharon Grover, Rozz Taplin, Donna Goldfarb, Lucetta McLean, Mediha and Gil Saliba
Mediha called the meeting to order at 9:30 AM on Friday morning.
The meeting was scheduled on this day and time so that the board could be available for artists bringing their art for the Fire and Ice Event on Saturday.
The Ansel system ducts in the kitchen were cleaned ($425.00) by Tip Top Company in Redding. They mentioned that our ducts were very clean and easily maintained.
The Thermostat for the oven is still on back order. Mediha will check to see how much longer the company thinks it will take.
Town and Country will come and do the freezer repairs as soon as they are in our area. Road work and now fires make it more difficult.
Leah May will be using the kitchen this evening to make Indian Tacos for take out dinner.
The kitchen rental is doing very well.
Fire and Ice Event is tomorrow August 6, from 4-7
There are fires in our area that are threatening the community. Not the best time for an event, but since it is too late to cancel it was decided that we would post to Instagram and Facebook that anyone needing support was welcome to come to Studio 299 and enjoy some community with food and drink.
Ann and her daughter Sara will make some light appetizers. Cold drinks will be available. Michaela will man the bar with Gil.
We now must have a certified alcohol server in order to pour drinks at our events.
Gil has taken that certification for Studio 299.
Since we do not expect a large turn out for our Fire and Ice Event due to the fires we will ask the artists to leave their art and hopefully when we do classes the art will be able to be further enjoyed.
Classes for August:
Friday, August 19, 10-12. Macramé with Lucetta. All materials will be included in the $30.00 class fee. They will be able to make two Macramé plant holders.
Ceramic Spirit House class is moved to September due to fires in the area
Mosaic class is moved to September due to fires in the area
Meeting adjourned 10:00 AM as artists began bringing in their art.