Meeting Minutes 4/11/2000
boyer at u.washington.edu
Thu Apr 13 09:36:19 PDT 2000
The kids carnival proposal failed!? K.
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From: Derek Levy <albinot at u.washington.edu>
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Subject: Re: Meeting Minutes 4/11/2000
> 1 addendum to the minutes: the number listed for paul brown should read
> 543-2430, not 4430.
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> > RHSA General Council Meeting Minutes -4/11/2000
> > *Attendance*
> > Gretchen Galuska, Daniel Miller, Jeannine St. John, Michelle LeMieux,
> > Duane Krueger, Cliff Omsted, Krystal Lipp, Jeremy Repanich, Ryan
> > Kate Berry, John Lindstrom, Kim Snyder, Chad Krepps, Brenda McClain,
> > Kim, K. Glenn Park, David Beard, Dani McDaniel, Parker Haley, Julia
> > Melissa Metzger, Margaret Mead, Ranielle Gray, Rosa Le, Derek Levy,
> > Hanson, Paul Brown, Kelly Boyer, Mary Jane Mackey, Dan Farrell
> > *Discussion*
> > Cuisine Action Committee - Dan Farrell and Mary Jane Mackay came today
> > present several of their upcoming projects to the general council.
> > The first is the Internet cafi, which will be completed in winter of
> > 2001. The Cafi will be in McCarty, and will computers and a convenience
> > store for residents. Renovations will start late this summer or early
> > fall. The floor plans for this are complete and are totally cute.
> > The second stage is the McMahon remodeling which is set to be complete
> > October of 2001. The remodeling includes a concept, which is completely
> > new to UW food services. There will be no steam tables or warming
> > instead food will be prepared as residents watch. The new McMahon will
> > include several different concepts, which include a Eurokitchen which
> > have rotisserie, a carving station, sauti station, grill, etc.; a
> > Mongolian Grill which will include woks, rice cookers and a Mongolian
> > grill; Greens which will include an extensive salad bar with a sizzling
> > salad station; Deli with panini station, variety of meats, cheeses,
> > vegi's, and breads; etc.
> > The Husky Den will be remodeled by Spring 2002 and will include a
> > Pizza, Breakfast all day, Pasta, Asian Food, Grill, Market Place, and
> > new Atrium opening this summer.
> > In Winter of 2003 Terry Cafi will be remodeled similar to McMahon
> > depending on space
> > complete with a convenience store.
> > If any one has any questions concerning the remodeling please contact
> > Farrell at Farrell at u.washington.edu or call Paul Brown at 543-4430
> > *Officer Reports*
> > President Eric Higgins:
> > Out today due to academic requirement.
> > Treasurer Rosa Le:
> > Proposal #1 was proposed by Kevin Masseth. Kevin proposed $200 for a
> > HANDS kids' carnival. The carnival would be on June 3rd from 10am-5om
> > the HUB lawn. The proposal failed 11-12-1
> > Proposal #2 was proposed by Kristy Becker. Kristy proposed $250 for
> > holocaust week, honoring survivors and encouraging education of the
> > holocaust, having survivors speak, and creating bulletin boards, showing
> > movies, inviting Hillel, etc. It will occur May 1-5 in all the
> > halls. The proposal passed 19-4-1
> > Proposal #3 was proposed by Gretchen Galuska for $825 for Hansee
> > Ball. $850 was allocated at the beginning of the year for this
> > event. Due to the amount it requires a hall vote.
> > The ending budget is $610.59
> > National Communications Coordination (N.C.C.) Melissa Metzger:
> > All the study buddy order forms have been mailed so make sure to tell
> > parents to keep their eyes open for them! Eleven people will be going
> > NACURH this year.
> > Administrative Manager Margaret Mead:
> > A time with Mercer has been set up to review the constitution. It will
> > reviewed on April 25, a time is yet to be determined.
> > Programming Director Ranielle Gray:
> > A RHSA person is needed to represent RHSA at the CASA meetings, which
> > on Wednesday three times this quarter at 1:30pm
> > Vice-President Julia Black:
> > CPC- No meeting today, Advisor has still not been announced.
> > Elections - The RHSA elections and selections are coming up. On Friday
> > April 21st the applications will be due for the President and vice
> > president positions. Through the week of Monday April 24th candidates
> > will give speeches at hall councils. The week of May 1st will be the
> > voting on president and vice-president candidates. Votes will be
> > to general council on Tuesday May 9th. On May12th the applications for
> > all other positions will be do and interviews will begin on Monday May
> > 15th. On Tuesday May 23 the 2000-2001 exec board will be presented to
> > General Council. If you have any questions concerning elections please
> > contact Julia Black at jeblack at u.washington.edu.
> > *Advisor Report*
> > HANDS is sponsoring blood drives this week in both Terry and Haggett so
> > make sure to get signed up to help save a life.
> > Interviews for the DAWGS student Director will start taking place this
> > Friday.
> > Open House is coming up on April 15th for incoming freshman to take a
> > at the residence halls. Tours will be taking place in all halls and we
> > expect over 1000 people to attend.
> > *HANDS Report*
> > There are blood drives coming up so make sure to give blood!
> > *Hall Council Reports*
> > T.L.H.C (Terry/Lander Hall Council). - Planning for SW-Fest. Parker is
> > new RHSA representative. Last meeting was Floor Rep appreciation
> > night; all reps were giving candy for showing up.
> > MHC - (Mercer/Steven's Court Community Council) - Proposals passed as
> > as an amendment to the constitution. Discussed admission process to the
> > UW.
> > MacCity (McMahon's hall council) - NE Blockparty is into the planning
> > stage, having a carnival. Proposals were passed.
> > H.P.C. (Haggett People's Council) - Started having Floor Wars to
> > participation in HPC General Council. The RD came and discussed
> > proposals, planning on having a luau for NE Blockparty.
> > MC^2 (McCarty Community Council) - Rent trip went well. Planning a
> > Day for NE Blockparty.
> > HA! (Hansee Action!) - Ratified new constitution. It passed 17-1-2.
> > been planning for Hansee Hall Ball which will be part of the NE
> > on May 20th.
> > *Announcements*
> > The next RHSA meeting is April 18 in Haggett SE dining
> > University of Washington Residence Hall Student Association
> > Box 355606 * Seattle, WA * 98195 * (206) 543-5251
> > rhsa at u.washington.edu * http://students.washington.edu/~rhsaweb/
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