Another meeting of the Dean Hanson Memorial Golf Tournament was held on August 20th at the Elks Club. We have already collected from 57 hole sponsors. The raffle item this year will be a gas fire-pit table with four matching chairs. Very nice! Remember to get your items in for the goodie bags and for the silent auction.
Our accountant, Susan Likes, was present at meeting. She will be doing a little clean up on our budget items. We have saved $8700.00 since terminating the Centralized Service Contract with DAAR and Brenda Bates creating the new website. A Motion was passed to put the extra funds in a Money Market account at Edward Jones for the time being.
The election process was completed, as we finally received enough ballots. The Installation Banquet will be held on September 18th at noon at the Elks Club. Denise will be sending out notifications soon. David Barber from CAR will be coming down to swear in the new Board. It should be a fun time. Denise will be doing the Punked Awards again this year and we are adding a new award. I hope everyone will try their best to attend.
CREN Shareholders will be conducting a “Special Shareholders” meeting on August 28th at 11am MST. The purpose of this meeting is to consider an “Amended” Shareholders Agreement to address the merger of SLVBOR with the ROCC Board. The meeting will be held via conference call. Brenda, Bonnie, and I will be on the call.
Carol Click, Brenda Bates, Denise Unrein, and I attended the NAR Core Standards meeting in Delta on Monday, August 25. It cleared up a lot of questions. The major problems that we foresee are the required audit that could be fairly expensive, and the policies that they will be requiring. CAR will be helping with a lot of this.
We will now be offering advertising to our affiliates on the website. The cost will be $50.00 per year. (No changes with the exception of contact information)
Gerry Parker, President, Four Corners Board of Realtors
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