Sep 082012
 

APPALACHIAN_LOGOThe Crew builds homes for Appalachian families without the financial means to afford adequate housing. Our work is located in economically depressed McCreary County, KY. Since 1988, the Crew has worked with the Good Shepherd Mission of Whitley City, KY, who selects the families to receive the new homes. The Good Shepherd Mission has many deserving families on a waiting list for homes. Although the new home is our prime objective, more important benefits are setting an example of helping our fellow Americans and trying to heal a family in need of housing. The Appalachian Construction Crew is an IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.

Jul 252019
 

11 April 2019
Subject: Minutes of Board Meeting

l. The Meeting was opened by President Vicki Edwards at 7:00 PM, at 9803 S. 21 st Circle, Bellevue NE. With 4 of 5 directors present, a quorum of the Board did exist.

2. Attendance at the Meeting included:
Vicki Edwards
Marcel Moreau
George Ziska, Jr.
Ron Strawn
George Cawl
Kathi Narlock
Mark White

3. The minutes of the meeting held on 14 March 2019, were approved.

4. Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Janelle Smith was not present to provide a report.

5. Finance Director’s Report: The following items were discussed:
A. Al Cans for 2 X 4’s: One attendee brought cans.
B. Church of the Nativity, Burke, VA, 5-6 Jan 19: Bob Corsi reported in an email today that a check for about
$65,000, would be mailed next week. Bob also reported that over 80 donors gave over $200 and 4 donors gave $2,000.
C. Bowl-a-thon, 1:30 PM, Sat, 9 Mar 19 Leopard Lanes: A record amount of $5,185.20 was raised and the 24-event jverage of the amount raised is now $2,271.14.
D. Offutt Air Show, 1-3 Jun 19: The Air Show was cancelled on 19 Mar 19, due to flooding.
E. 2019 Financial Plan: To date, 14.3% of our $70,000 goal has been raised.
F. Raffle, Oct-Nov 19: Finance Director Ron Strawn reported that the new Pizza Ranch Manager is Bill Mazzoeta but that there would not be change in their policy to charge us for half of the store certificates. The Secretary is considering going back to Outback Restaurant to ask for store certificates.
G. Other Ideas: With no Air Show and probably no Offutt Chapel Designated offering, the Secretary urged that we come up with other fundraising ideas for 2020.

6. Old Business:
A. Update of Membership Roster: No changes noted.
B. VA Connection (Bob Corsi): No new developments.
C. Crew Website ( http://www.accrew.org ): No new developments.
D. Colorado (CO) Connection (Corey Cinabro): No new developments.
E. Volunteer Recruitment in Bellevue: No new developments.
F. 2019 Deployment (Work starts on Thurs, 30 May 19): Harry Wallace reported that the concrete footings and the block foundation for the Kates home were completed, as of 1 Apr 19. Framing/Roofing Crew Leader Bob Corsi expressed his concern about the height of the foundation walls, which will be discussed further with Harry. The onstruction Director added Mike Laski (TX) to the Framing/Roofing Crew, which now makes a total of 32 onsite olunteers. Mike has extensive experience with Habitat for Humanity, went to help rebuild Haiti and has been a long time bowler and contributor to the Crew’s Annual Bowl-a-thon. Corey Cinabro (CO) has accepted the Siding Crew Leader job in 2020, due to the absence of Marcel Moreau. The Construction Director will reserve 2 rooms at the
Baymont Inn in Evansville, IN, for the mid-point stopover on 28 May 19. Due to the flooding on 1-29 in IA and MO, the Construction Director, is considering alternative routes including: (l) East thru IA on 1-80, on 1-74 in IL and IN and South on US Highways 63 and 41 to Evansville, IN or (2) taking US Highway 75 South to US Highway 36 and St. Joseph, MO. The timing of completing the laminate flooring in the front half and the two Baths of Kates Home is under discussion but the Construction Director indicated that the Kitchen flooring will be completed early, as in years past, so the cabinets can set on top of the laminate.
G. 2018 Tax Return: No new developments.
H. Adopt-A-Road: The Secretary reminded volunteers of the scheduled pick up of trash on 25th Street for 9 AM, Sat, 13 Apr 19.

7. New Business:
A. Donor List: The list, which is to be provided to the Kates Family, was reviewed for spelling and omissions.

8. The Crew Meeting was adjourned at 7:38 PM and the next Meeting was set for 7:00 PM, Thursday, 9 May 19, at 9803 S. 21 st Circle.

George Ziska Jr.
Secretary

Jul 252019
 

9 May 2019

Subject: Minutes of Board Meeting

1. The Meeting was opened by President Vicki Edwards at 7:00 PM, at 9803 S. 21st Circle, Bellevue NE. With 4 of 5 directors present, a quorum of the Board did exist.

2. Attendance at the Meeting included:

Vicki Edwards
Marcel Moreau
George Ziska, Jr.
Ron Strawn
George Cawl
Mark White

3. The minutes of the meeting held on 11 April 2019, were approved.

4. Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Janelle Smith provided the Secretary with the following status, as of 30 Apr 19: Great Western Checking Account: $72,520.50; Fidelity Money Market Account: $45,441.85.

5. Finance Director’s Report: The following items were discussed:
A. Al Cans for 2 X 4’s: Turn-in on 15 Apr 19: 45 lb X &0.25 = $11.25.
B. Church of the Nativity, Burke, VA, 5-6 Jan 19: Received and deposited a check for $64,769.61 (a new record) on 16 Apr 19.
C. 2019 Financial Plan: To date, 107.1% of our $70,000 goal has been raised.
D. Raffle, Oct-Nov 19: The Secretary visited Outback Restaurant in Bellevue on 25 Apr 19, and new Proprietor Chris Liston indicated that he would be able to provide some store certificates but he would get back to us in the Aug-Sep 19 timeframe. Finance Director Ron Strawn reported that the Pizza Ranch Manager has changed again and is now Samantha Oxley who wants evidence of the 2019 deal we received with Pizza Ranch providing half and the Crew buying other half of the store certificates.
E. Other Ideas: None.

6. Old Business:
A. Update of Membership Roster: No changes noted.
B. VA Connection (Bob Corsi): No new developments.
C. Crew Website ( http://www.accrew.org ): No new developments.
D. Colorado (CO) Connection (Corey Cinabro): No new developments.
E. Volunteer Recruitment in Bellevue: No new developments.
F. 2019 Deployment (Work starts on Thurs, 30 May 19): Harry Wallace reported that the subfloor on for the Kates home was completed, as of 1 May 19. Framing/Roofing Crew Leader Bob Corsi suggests reducing the height of future foundation walls for cost and safety reasons by installing a tankless water heater on the main floor so the 5’-4” floor to ceiling clearance be not need for a conventional hot water heater in the crawl space and that the crawl space storage height be limited to 4 feet. The Construction Director found a electric tankless water heater, EcoSmart ECO 27 online and available at ACE Hardware for $559.59 in Bellevue and Oneida, TN. The unit is suppose to save up to 50 percent in water heating costs but Harry does not like the tankless water heater due to the high cost of operation. The Construction Director sees a 4-foot high storage space as nearly useless and sees no need to pave a floor in the crawl space. The Construction Director will be discuss these proposals for reducing the height of the foundation walls further with Harry and also discuss the feasibility of installing the tankless water heater with the subcontractor plumber and electrician in the UT room, during our upcoming deployment. The number of onsite volunteers remains at 32. The Construction Director reserved 2 rooms at the Baymont Inn in Evansville, IN, for the mid-point stopover on 28 May 19. The trailer will be loaded at 8 AM, Sat, 25 May 19. The actual route to KY will be dependent on the current road conditions due to the spring flooding. The Construction Director and the Finish Crew Leader discussed the timing of completing the laminate flooring in the front half and the two Baths of Kates Home further and agreed that the Kitchen flooring will be completed early, as in years past, and remaining front half and MBR Bath flooring will be completed near the end of the work.
G. 2018 Tax Return: The Treasurer mailed the return on 26 Apr 19.
H. Donor List: No changes were needed to the list.

7. New Business:
A. Siding Book: Per his request, a copy was provided to VA Siding Crew Member Steve Mullen.
B. Trailer Insurance: The Secretary was reimbursed $12.18 for the 6-month insurance premium on the trailer.
C. Ascension Thursday: Per Good Shepherd Treasurer Kay Morrow, Father Jay has moved this Catholic Holy Day celebration from Thursday, 30 May 19 (our first workday) to Sun, 2 Jun 19.

8. The Crew Meeting was adjourned at 7:45 PM and the next Meeting was set for 7:00 PM, Thursday, 11 Jul 19, at 9803 S. 21st Circle.

George Ziska, Jr.
Secretary

Mar 162019
 

14 February 2019
Subject: Minutes of Board Meeting

l. The Meeting was opened by President Vicki Edwards at 7:00 PM, at 9803 S. 21 st Circle, Bellevue NE. With 4 of 5 directors present, a quorum of the Board did exist.

2. Attendance at the Meeting included:
Vicki Edwards
George Ziska, Jr.
Janelle Smith
Ron Strawn
George Cawl
Mark White
Kathi Narlock

3. The minutes of the meeting held on 10 January 2019, were approved.

4. Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Janelle Smith provided the following status, as of 31 Jan 19: Great Western Checking Account: $3,794.79; Fidelity Money Market Account: $65,186.62.

5. Finance Director’s Report: The following items were discussed:
A. Al Cans for 2 X 4’s: No new developments.
B. Church of the Nativity, Burke, VA, 5-6 Jan 19: Bob Corsi reports that $54,000 has been collected to date and he expects to reach $65,000.
C. Bowl-a-thon, 1 PM, Sat, 9 Mar 19 Leopard Lanes: Seventeen bowlers are on the list with 10 bowling at Leopard Lanes and 7 bowlers phoning in scores.
D. Offutt Air Show, 1-3 Jun 19: Finance Director Ron Strawn is working on a list volunteers. P.O.C. Heidi Snyder indicated that a volunteer meeting has not been scheduled yet.
E. 2019 Financial Plan: To date, 6.4% of our $70,000 goal has been raised.
F. Raffle, Oct-Nov 19: No new developments on getting other stores providing raffle prizes.
G. Offutt Catholic Chapel Designated Offering: In the Secretary’s conversation with Catholic Community
Coordinator Bridget Huggins, she indicated that the Crew identified a need or dependency with our email request for a designated offering which is bad in the view of the Chapel.
H. Other Ideas: None.

6. Old Business:
A. Update of Membership Roster: No changes noted.
B. VA Connection (Bob Corsi): Bob provided a tentative list of VA volunteers and indicated that Father Vacarro from the Church of the Nativity was tentatively planning to visit the jobsite on 4-5 Jun 19. Bob also indicated that he wants a heart defibrillator at the jobsite at a cost of $1,200 to $1,500. With concerns about whether volunteers with known heart problems being on the jobsite and liability issues about qualified operators, those present discussed Bob’s request. The
Board’s opinion was that a need could exist and that it would be better to rent rather than buy an automatic external
defibrillator (AED) since it would be needed for only 2 weeks and there would no concerns about machine maintenance or battery replacement, in addition, when renting the AED, you would always be getting the latest technology. An AED rental cost of $69 per month was found online. Whether renting or buying the AED, Bob should take the cost from his Church’s offering. The Secretary will email the Board’s opinion to Bob.
C. Crew Website ( http://www.accrew.org ): No new developments.
D. Colorado (CO) Connection (Corey Cinabro): Corey indicated that 2018 Volunteer Roger Soderberg can not make the 2019 Deployment. Corey submitted Dennis Jones’ name for the 2019 crew waiting list.
E. Volunteer Recruitment in Bellevue: A notice for the breakfast has appeared the Chapel bulletin on 20 and 27 Jan and 3 and 10 Feb 19. We will be working with 14 Confirmation students from 9 AM to 1 PM on Sun, 17 Feb 19, and wearing our Crew shirts and hats.
F. 2019 Deployment (Work starts on Thurs, 30 May 19): Harry Wallace reported on 16 Jan 19, that the Kates home septic system has been completed. Due to the non-availability of “Mellowood” kitchen cabinets, the Construction
Director allowed Lowes of Somerset to substitute “Chadwood” cabinets instead. The tentative berthing plan and NE Carpool Plan have been set. The tentative onsite Crew volunteer list now has 31 volunteers. Treasurer Janelle Smith provided Head Cook Vicki Edwards with a check for $1,500 for advance deployment food money.
G. 2018 Tax Return: The Secretary provided the Treasurer with IRS Form 990 Schedule B, which may apply to our tax return.

7. New Business:
A. Adopt-A-Road: Picking up trash on 25th Street was tentatively scheduled for 9 AM, Sat, 13 Apr 19.
B. 2019-2020 Nonprofit Corporation Biennial Report: On 12 Jan 19. the Secretary submitted this report to the NE Secretary of State online at cost of $23.00, which was reimbursed by the Treasurer.
C. Good Shepherd Request for 2nd Advance Payment on the Kates Home: In an email on 17 Jan 19, Harry Wallace requested the 2n advance payment of $20,000. Treasurer Janelle Smith wrote the check which the Secretary will get in the mail tomorrow.

8. The Crew Meeting was adjourned at 7:55 PM and the next Meeting was set for 7:00 PM, Thursday, 14 Mar 19, at 9803 S. 21 st Circle.
George Ziska, Jr.
Secretary

Mar 172018
 

Hey crew,
Debbe Moreau came up with an idea for a fund raiser and made a tee shirt to sell. (see attached photos) The cost is $20.00 per shirt and I’ve gotta tell you they look really nice (please excuse the bias). All shirts are made of preshrunk cotton. MENS shirts range in size from small- 5XL and the colors are Ash Grey, Sand-Lt brown, White, or Lt Blue. Ash grey is my favorite and is modelled in the picture. WOMENS Sizes range from XS-3XL they run 1 size small but have a tailored neck line and sleeves. The colors available for women are White, Lt Blue, Lt Pink, Mint Green. Women can order the men’s shirt if they like that style better and get it in the Lt Pink and Lt Blue as well.
I would like to get this email out far and wide as possible but I have only a partial list of emails. We will deliver all orders at the build in June. For those not going to the build we will send them back with your states crew or mail them if need be. Remember, need not be a crew member to buy these shirts spouses and friends may like them also.
Marcel Moreau
ACC back of shirt

ACC womens shirt

ACC Close Up of shirt

ACC Front Logo

Jul 252019
 

14 March 2019
Subject: Minutes of Board Meeting

l. The Meeting was opened by President Vicki Edwards at 7:00 PM, at 9803 S. 21 st Circle, Bellevue NE. With 5 of 5 directors present, a quorum of the Board did exist.

2. Attendance at the Meeting included:
Vicki Edwards
Marcel Moreau
George Ziska, Jr.
Janelle Smith
Ron Strawn
George Cawl

3. The minutes ofthe meeting held on 14 February 2019, were approved.

4. Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Janelle Smith provided the following status, as of 28 Feb 19: Great Western Checking Account: $4,166.63; Fidelity Money Market Account: $45,282.30.

5. Finance Director’s Report: The following items were discussed:
A. Al Cans for 2 X 4’s: No new developments.
B. Church of the Nativity, Burke, VA, 5-6 Jan 19: Bob Corsi last reported that $54,000 had been collected and he expects to reach $65,000 by the end of March.
C. Bowl-a-thon, I PM, Sat, 9 Mar 19 Leopard Lanes: Nineteen bowlers knocked a total of 2,799 pins and $3,568 in pledges have been deposited with additional pledges of $665 collected at the meeting.
D. Offutt Air Show, 1-3 Jun 19: No notice of a volunteer meeting received yet.
E. 2019 Financial Plan: To date, 11.9% of our $70,000 goal has been raised.
F. Raffle, Oct-Nov 19: No new developments on getting other stores providing raffle prizes.
G. Other Ideas: None.

6. Old Business:
A. Update of Membership Roster: No changes noted.
B. VA Connection (Bob Corsi): Bob indicated that the Church of the Nativity would be buying an automatic external defibrillator (AED) at a cost of $1,200, for use at the jobsite.
C. Crew Website ( http://www.accrew.org ): Webmaster Kathi Narlock agreed that it would be better if the Secretary would emailed approved meeting minutes in the PDF format.
D. Colorado (CO) Connection (Corey Cinabro): No new developments.
E. Volunteer Recruitment in Bellevue: Due to snowy weather, only about 70 people attended the pancake breakfast on Sunday, 17 Feb 19, which netted only $109.99 (=$287.00 – $177.01).
F. 2019 Deployment (Work starts on Thurs, 30 May 19): Construction Director passed around the tentative on-site crew list of31 volunteers.
G. 2018 Tax Return: The Secretary provided the Treasurer with the money market tax document for 2018.
H. Adopt-A-Road: Picking up trash on 29 Street was tentatively scheduled for 9 AM, Sat, 13 Apr 19.
I. Good Shepherd Request for 2nd Advance Payment on the Kates Home: Good Shepherd Chapel received the 2nd advance payment of $20,000 on 19 Feb 19.

7. New Business:
A. McCreary County, KY Livability Ranking: According 24/7 Wall Street, a financial news and opinion company, McCreary County is ranked as the 5th worst county to live in of over 3,000 U.S. counties for (1 ) a 5-year population decrease of 2.5%, (2) a bachelor degree attainment rate of only 7.6%, (3) a poverty level of 41% and (4) a life expectancy of only 72.9 years.

8. The Crew Meeting was adjourned at 7:20 PM and the next Meeting was set for 7:00 PM, Thursday, 1 1 Apr 19, at 9803 S. 21 st Circle.

George Ziska, Jr.
Secretary

Jul 022019
 

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Apr 062019
 

The Appalachian Construction Crew would like to thank all the bowlers and people that donated to the bowlers. We had a great turn out.

A record amount was raised this year. $5,185.20 This money will go to building the home for Jason and Lisa Kates family of Stearns, KY and their three children, Caleb, Jaylee and Joshua. The Kates Family is currently living in a trailer with many problems including a leaking roof and poor electrical and heating systems. Jason works in the lumber King Truss Department and Lisa is a cook for the Public Schools of Whitley City, KY. The Kates Family finds time to do a lot of service work for their community and their church. These donations will help the Crew build our 35th home.

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Jan 222019
 

13 December 2018
Subject: Minutes of Board Meeting

1. The Meeting was opened by Vice President Marcel Moreau at 7:00 PM, at 9803 S. 21st Circle, Bellevue NE. With 4 of 5 directors present, a quorum of the Board did exist.

2. Attendance at the Meeting included:
Marcel Moreau
George Ziska, Jr.
Janelle Smith
Ron Strawn
George Cawl
Kathi Narlock

3. The minutes of the meeting held on 8 November 2018, were approved.

4. Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Janelle Smith provided the following status, as of 30 Nov 18: Great Western Checking Account: $3,210.64; Fidelity Money Market Account: $64,961.31.

5. Finance Director’s Report: The following items were discussed:
A. Al Cans for 2 X 4’s: No new developments.
B. Papillion Pizza Ranch Raffle: A total of 270 tickets were sold for total revenue of $1,350 which is a new record and only 10 tickets short of our goal of 280. After paying for 20 store certificates, net revenue was $1,128.76 (= $1,350.00 – $221.24). The average net revenue for 4 Pizza Ranch Raffles is $1,194.69. Winners from the drawing held on 15 Nov18, were 1st – $150: Debbe Moreau; 2nd – $100: Lori Holloway; 3rd – $50: Mike Cleary; 4th – $50: Bridget Huggins; 5th – $50: Barb Branco. Ten people attended the drawing/dinner at Pizza Ranch. Per Finance Director Ron Strawn, the Pizza Ranch Asst. Manager Samantha Oxley indicated that we will have to pay for half of the store certificates in the future. With this payment arrangement, we should probably cut back to only offering a total of $300 in certificates for the raffle next year and some present were questioning whether Pizza Ranch is the best deal available. Therefore, during the next year, we should consider other possible sources for the raffle certificates including the Texas Roadhouse, suggested by our President. Treasurer Janelle Smith suggested that maybe we could combine certificates from several sources for the next year’s raffle. Vice President Marcel Moreau questioned the whole purpose of the raffle, since many of the raffle tickets are being bought by Crew members rather than people from outside the Crew.
C. Church of the Nativity, Burke, VA: Bob Corsi indicated that the offering for the Crew will be held on the weekend of 5-6 Jan 19.
D. Bowl-a-thon, Mar 19: The Secretary indicated that we will need to start gearing up for this event at the next meeting.
E. Offutt Air Show, 1-3 Jun 19: We need to start looking for volunteers for this event.
F. 2019 Financial Plan: To date, 4.9% of our $70,000 goal has been raised.
G. Other Ideas: None.

6. Old Business:
A. Update of Membership Roster: No changes noted.
B. VA Connection (Bob Corsi): No new developments.
C. Crew Website ( http://www.accrew.org ): No new developments.
D. Colorado (CO) Connection (Corey Cinabro): No new developments.
E. Volunteer Recruitment in Bellevue: Confirmation Class Teacher Deacon Rick Melrose will provide students to help the 5 Crew volunteers for the Breakfast on Sun, 17 Feb 19, 7 AM to 1 PM. Crew volunteers will be wearing Crew shirts and hats.
F. 2019 Deployment (Work starts on Thurs, 30 May 19): The Construction Director mailed on 7 Dec 18, to our Good Shepherd Chapel P.OC. Harry Wallace, completed plans, material lists and subcontractor work descriptions for the Kates Family home.
G. Annual Report to Donors: The Secretary provided this report for review and will get 75 copies of this blue, half size report from the UPS Store..
H. Advanced Payment of $7000 for the Kates Family Home: Kay Morrow, Treasurer for the Good Shepherd Chapel, indicated that this advanced payment was received on 13 Nov 18.

7. New Business:
A. Network for Good: A total donation of $30, made up of 3 anonymous donations of $20, $5 and $5, has been received. Kathi Narlock indicated that she is responsible for this donation on her birthday in Sep 18, thru Facebook. The Secretary had Kathi reviewed the paperwork as being correct. Depositing the $30 check obligates the Crew to abiding by the rules of the Network for Good but no annual fees were noted.

8. The Crew Meeting was adjourned at 7:32 PM and the next Meeting was set for 7:00 PM, Thursday, 10 Jan 19, at 9803 S. 21st Circle.

George Ziska, Jr.
Secretary

Jan 222019
 

8 November 2018
Subject: Minutes of Board Meeting

1. The Meeting was opened by President Vicki Edwards at 7:15 PM, at 9803 S. 21st Circle, Bellevue NE. With 4 of 5 directors present, a quorum of the Board did exist.

2. Attendance at the Meeting included:
Vicki Edwards
Marcel Moreau
George Ziska, Jr.
Ron Strawn
George Cawl
Kathi Narlock

3. The minutes of the meeting held on 13 September 2018, were approved.

4. Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Janelle Smith was not present but provided the following status to the Secretary, as of 31 Oct 18: Great Western Checking Account: $8,834.71; Fidelity Money Market Account: $64,695.20.

5. Finance Director’s Report: The following items were discussed:
A. Al Cans for 2 X 4’s: Turn-in on 9 Oct 18: 26 lb X $0.45/lb = $11.70.
B. Offutt Air Show, Sat, 11 Aug 18: The Secretary received $1,540 (1.1 shares) from Heidi Snyder of the Services Squadron on 26 Sep 18, which is the 5th highest total of the 18 events worked. The 18-event average is $1,006.76.
C. Papillion Pizza Ranch, Aug-Nov 18: After the ticket stub and money turn-in at the meeting, 228 tickets have been sold to date for a revenue of $1,140, with a week to go before the drawing/dinner at 6 PM, Thurs, 15 Nov 18. We have just learned that Pizza Ranch is now charging the Crew for half of the 40 store certificates and Finance Director Ron Strawn will be pick up all the certificates by next Tues. Ron has reserved a room at Pizza Ranch for the drawing/dinner.
D. Church of the Nativity, Burke, VA: Offering is to be held in Jan 18. Bob Corsi is working on getting info on the 2019 Family.
E. 2019 Financial Plan: To date, 2.8 % of our $70,000 goal has been raised.
F. Other Ideas: None.

6. Old Business:
A. Update of Membership Roster: No changes noted.
B. VA Connection (Bob Corsi): No new developments.
C. Crew Website ( http://www.accrew.org ): No new developments.
D. Colorado (CO) Connection (Corey Cinabro): No new developments.
E. Volunteer Recruitment in Bellevue: The Secretary passed on info to Confirmation Class Teacher Deacon Rick Melrose ( rickndebby1973@gmail.com ) on 8 Oct 18, about the Pancake Breakfast on Sun, 17 Feb 19, with the Confirmation students from 7 AM to 1 PM. The Capehart Chapel Upper Annex has been reserved. Five Crew members volunteered to help with the breakfast.
F. 2019 Deployment (Work starts on Thurs, 30 May 19): Our Good Shepherd Chapel P.OC. Harry Wallace has indicated that the Kates Family has been selected for our home in 2019. Jason and Lisa currently live at 437 Woods Road, Stearns, KY 42653, which is very near our 2015 Corder home. The Kates Family has 3 children: Caleb, 18,
Jaylee, 16 and Joshua, 6. The Family’s current trailer has many problems including a leaking roof, a poor electrical system and being hard to heat in the winter. Jason works in the Lumber King Truss Department and Lisa works as cook in the Public Schools.
G. Change in the Roof Edge: Framing/Roofing Crew Leader Bob Corsi is proposing a vertically longer roof edge (2.75-in) compared the current roof edge which is only 1-inch vertically. Bob will bring a sample of the proposed roof edge so we can discuss the impact with the Siding Crew and the follow-on rain gutter contractor. We will use the current roof edge in 2019.

7. New Business:
A. Annual Report to Donors: The Secretary will prepare this report for review at the next meeting.
B. Advanced Payment on 2019 Kates Home: Harry Wallace of the Good Shepherd Chapel requested a $7,000 advanced payment for the Kates home on 8 Nov 18. The Secretary has obtained a check from the Treasurer, written against the Checking Account and will mail it tomorrow. The advanced payment is for clearing the site and completing the septic system this fall.

8. The Crew Meeting was adjourned at 8:00 PM and the next Meeting was set for 7:00 PM, Thursday, 13 Dec 18, at 9803 S. 21st Circle.

George Ziska, Jr.
Secretary