MisCon 28 ConCom Meetings

February 19, 2014, 7:00 PM


Justin Farrington, Jasper Farrington, Amy Farrington, Marc Johnson, Stewart Fleming, Joe Taylor, Bridger, David Veto, Michael Greytak, Mariah Leder, Bill Singletary, Holly Frydenlund

Meeting called to order at 7:00 PM on February 19, 2014.

Key Items

No key items, you'll have to read the report...

New Business

-Focusing on what's important.
(Amy) Make a to-do list for all that you have to do from now until the con. Share this with the Chair and see if it's on-target. It's now reaching too late in the game to change overall direction, so try to remain focused on your core goals for your department. Now is not the time for major changes of direction or new ideas.

-Spending guidelines/reality check.
(Marc) Working with the CPA to discuss tax concerns.
-Shares the form for requesting budget for the departments. Be thinking about what do you need for your department to run. This is what you need, not what you want. Run all expenses past Justin.
-(Holly) Henry & Amber and Holly are going to inventory the storage unit. (Amy) As an example each department buys their own office supplies. Let's create a Google Doc to track inventory.
-(Mariah) Storing the office supplies, such as tape, in the volunteers area.
-(Holly) That's what the Vault was for, but Vault needs to be sturdier.
-(Amy) Do planning now to avoid last minute runs to Staples and such. We also want to avoid bugging the front desk for supplies.

-Justin not able to attend, however he is receiving a lot of communication from various pros and merchants after RadCon.

Old Business

No Old Business

Tabled Items

No Tabled Items

Collaboration and Brainstorming

*Gaming* (Joe)
-To collaborate with Volunteers and Amy.

-Amy and Bridger to collaborate.

Meeting adjourned at 7:30 PM.

The next ConCom meeting is scheduled for February 26, 2014. If you have items for the agenda, please email them to secretary@miscon.org.

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