Minutes of the National Council Meeting

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Minutes of the National Council Meeting

Marks, Christopher, The Tracker

Saturday, May 1, 2010


Call to Order: This special telephone meeting of the National Council of the Organ Historical Society was called to order by President Scot Huntington on Saturday, May i, 2010, at 10:08 a.m. EDT. A quorum of Council members was established. Present: Scot Huntington (President), James Cook (Councilor for Education), Alien Kinzey (Councilor for Conventions), Christopher Marks (Councilor for Archives) , Dana Robinson (Councilor for Organizational Concerns), Randall Wagner (Councilor for Finance and Development), Alien Langord (Treasurer), and Daniel N. Colburn, II (Executive Director).

Moved: Robinson; second: Wagner; to substitute "March 31" for "September 30" in the motion passed at the regular meeting on February 16, 2010, accepting the resignation of James Stark as Treasurer. Motion passed unanimously.

Moved: Wagner; second: Cook, to co-sponsor the Hook Holiday presented by the St. John's Organ Society, Bangor, ME, in October 2010. Motion passed unanimously. Discussion included observance of the fact that the OHS would be adding its name to the event with no financial responsibility on its part, simply to lend strength to advertising a worthy celebration.


Reports on personnel changes at the Richmond headquarters and transition to a new Treasurer, previously submitted by Executive Director and Treasurer, were discussed. Scot Huntington thanked them for their exemplary reports.

The Council discussed the ownership of domain names pertaining to the OHS.

The Council discussed management of the Huber Fund.

The Council discussed the Sunbury Press items that have been in warehouse storage.

The Council discussed new ease of accessibility to financial and membership information and possibilities for better information flow and better designed reports for more realistic assessment of financial information.

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