Weekly Update from RVDL
Monday, August 17th, 2020
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Board Meeting Tonight at 5:30 pm
River Valley District Library
Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda
August 17, 2020 at 5:30pm
Attendance by Zoom or in Community Room following COVID precautions of 6 ft distancing/mask wearing
Topic: RVDL BOARD MEETING
Time: Aug 17, 2020 05:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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I. Call to Order
II. Introduction to Trustee Candidates
III. Minutes, from May 18th and June 15th, 2020, review and action
IV. Financial Reports—review and file for audit
VI. Director’s Report—review and action
VII. Committee Reports
a. Finance Committee—working budget updates
Schedule meeting to prepare B & A Ordinance FY20-21 No. 3
b. Building and Maintenance—update parking lot
VIII. Working Budget—discussion and action
IX. Director’s Evaluation/ Recommendations - discussion and action
X. Revisiting expectations around director’s report
XI. B & A Ordinance—document format change---discussion/input
XII. Trustee Training: “Guide Your Nonprofit Board to Better Decisions Using Robert’s Rules”, reading and discussion
XIII. Closed Session-- as needed –Discussion: Trustee appointee
XIV. Vote to choose appointee--action
Join Marybeth every Thursday at 8 am for Morning Yoga
Teaching this outside class will allow students to maintain a safe distance, with not only fresh air but also a time to enjoy the river view and the beauty that surrounds our library. Come join us outside as we work together toward a healthier you during these challenging times. A limited number of mats and blocks will be provided. There is no fee, although donations are appreciated.
About The Instructor -Moving back to Port Byron from Philadelphia, Marybeth brought her years of teaching yoga to the Quad Cities. Marybeth received her certified yoga teacher training locally, from the Davenport School of Yoga. She also holds teacher training certificates specialized in Chair Yoga (for folks with limited mobility or balance concerns) and the Prison Yoga Training.
Marybeth welcomes all shapes, ages, mobility, and experience levels to her classes. Her youngest student has been four years old, her eldest student 94 years old. In addition to over 10 years of teaching yoga, Marybeth also brings over 35 years of experience as a Registered Nurse. This background provides her with a solid foundation to keep students safe, strong, well informed, and the ability to individualize your yoga practice based on your specific needs.
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