EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION Annual Business Meeting April 29, 2006

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EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION Annual Business Meeting April 29, 2006


Culnan, Ken, The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc.


President Don Rosebrook called the meeting to order at 7:53 p.m. Don told the group that he was going to yield the floor to Toby Hall as he had was having trouble talking due to allergies. Before doing so, Don welcomed the attendees and congratulated Jay Gaynor for the marvelous job he did in producing and scheduling the four-day's events. He also thanked Judy McMillen for organizing another very good annual meeting.

In lieu of the President's report, Don continued with a brief statement of the accomplishments of the EAIA since the last annual meeting. These included the income gained through the growth of the endowment fund and the continuing distribution and sale of the Cooke Library. He praised the new EAIA Web site created by Jane Rees and maintained by Judy McMillen. The organization has published a book on the brace by Eric Peterson and finished publishing and begun the sale of the Birmingham pattern book. Don noted that all of these accomplishments were in line with the mission of the EAIA. He encouraged the membership to continue to work to gain new members in the coming year and turned the meeting over to the Executive Director, Toby Hall.

Reading of the minutes of the last meeting was waived as the document was published in the last issue of Shavings.

Treasurer's Report and Finance Committee Report: Toby Hall made a brief report stating that income was increasing due to the profitable sale of the Cooke library and from Endowment fund donations. The accounting firm of Adamowski and Adamowski has completed a clean audit of the EAIA finances. There were no questions from the membership present.

Election of Board Members: Secretary Ken Culnan announced the results of the election of new board members. The new members, who will each serve a three-year term, are Laurent Adamowicz, Tom Elliott, Dave Englund, and Judy McMillen.

Resolution of Thanks: Toby Hall gave an update on the health of Shavings Editor, Terry Hansen, who is in the hospital due to continued cancer complications. Toby proposed and read a resolution to be set in type, printed and sent to Terry's family as follows: "The Early American Industries Association assembled at its Annual Meeting in Colonial Williamsburg, 29 April 2006, declares its gratitude to Terry L. …

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