RHSA General Council Minutes 1/4/2000
Residence Hall Student Association
rhsa at u.washington.edu
Wed Jan 19 14:35:16 PST 2000
RHSA General Council Meeting Minutes -1/4/2000
Meredith Sumpter, Katie Tucker, Daniel Griffing, Daniel Miller, Jenny
Faubion, Rachael Faulkner, Gretchen Galuska, Duane Krueger, Krystal Lipp,
Katy Burlison, Kyle Pendergrass, Ryan Wheeler, Aimee Pierce, Andy Warner,
John Lindstrom, Kim Snyder, Chad Krepps, Brenda McClain, Paul Kim, K.
Glenn Park, David Beard, Julia Black, Margaret Mead, Ranielle Gray,
Melissa Metzger, Stacie Hanson, Tara Splater
President Eric Higgins:
Nothing to Report
Vice-president Julia Black (report given by committee chairs):
CAC-The trip to SPU on December 1 was incredible, the food was great, and
the facilities were beautiful. However the set up at SPU is not practical
for HFS, due to the fact that at SPU it is all you can eat. At the last
CAC meeting the winter menus were reviewed, one change was made from
turkey cutlet alfredo to turkey dijon meal. New Boss Tucker items were
sampled with acclaim for the roasted garden veggie sandwich and the
chicken ceaser salad sandwich. The next meeting will be on Wednesday at
CPC-A walk through of Mercer was completed with an interior designer and
the HFS Projects Coordinator to help plan what will be done with the
Administrative Manager Margaret Mead:
Announced the start up of the constitution and bylaws committee, which
will be reviewing both the RHSA constitution and all the hall council
constitutions to make sure that there are no conflicts and to improve
clarification of guidelines.
Treasurer Rosa Le:
National Communications Coordination (N.C.C.) Melissa Metzger:
Fundraising went extremely well, there were a total of 464 care packages
ordered. There are three conferences coming up: No Frills which is
February 11-13, 4 people will be attending; NWRLLC which is March 3-5, an
RA based conference but is open to everyone, and NACURH which is coming
Memorial Day weekend.
Programming Director Ranielle Gray:
The programming committee is getting started up, there was a lot of
interest at the North campus meeting on December 2 in the SADD cafi.
NWRLLC is a conference that is open to all residents. This year it will
be held at the University of British Columbia in Canada. The cost will
around $109 so if you are interested in going please see Stacie or
The next BOC meeting will be this Thursday, 1/6/00 at 3:30 in the HUB room
*Hall Council Reports*
T.L.H.C (Terry/Lander Hall Council). - First meeting is next Monday at 7pm
in the Husky Room. Elections will be held in two weeks to fill an open
position of RHSA representative.
MHC - (Mercer/Stevens Court Community Council) - No meeting this Monday,
will have the quarter's first meeting on January 10.
MacCity (McMahon's Hall Council) - There was a welcome back dance on
Monday, there was not a large turn out with approximately 30 people at one
H.P.C. (Haggett People's Council) - The next meeting will be on Tuesday
MC^2 (McCarty Community Council) - Working on reviewing the constitution.
HA! (Hansee Action!) -Festivus was a great success.
The next meeting will be on January 11 in Haggett SE dining at 4pm.
Meredith, a Lander RA proposed that all floors sponsor an opportunity for
residents to get to know one another better by hosting food on floor
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