2020 Yearly Meeting Agenda
Bloominglabs Annual Meeting 2020
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2019 Year In Review
————————– Financial review ————————–
————————– State of the Space ————————–
What’s (who’s) working
- Wild Apricot
————————– Workshop overview ————————–
- Machine Knitting
- Banneker Center
- Sustainabarrels: Plant towers
- Book binding
————————– Makevention ————————–
- More workshops!
- More exhibitors!
- Questions about consolidation of IU sponsorships
————————– Fundraising ————————–
CFBMC Grant: rejected, but “really strong”
————————– Elections ————————–
Voting members: 38 Quorum: 10
President: Dan Treasurer: Julia Secretary: Tobias At-large: Rebeca (focus: finance) At-large: Cameron (focus: ops, safety/security)
————————– Bylaws ————————–
No new proposals
2020: The Year Ahead
————————– Fiery start ————————–
- Regroup (possibly move CLEAN craft room)
- Refocus (on safety training and communication)
————————– Finances ————————–
- Splitting treasurer duties
- CPA discussions
- Do we want to ask local businesses to sponsor areas of Bloominglabs?
- If so, which/which?
- Informal commit from pro grant writers
————————– **Bloominglabs (qua Bloominglabs) 10th Anniversary*- ————————–
Let’s throw a serious shindig
————————– Operations ————————–
Tools/other stuff we don’t need
————————– General ————————–
DAKMH Proposes: Current Lounge
DAKMH Proposes: Current Crafting
- There’s yet another group that’s interested in it in the event that we’re not using it
- Question: Are we using the kitchen enough to justify the cost of the kitchen?
- Various pros & cons to the argument, but there’s a general need to see how much we use it
- Equivalently $500/year or $60 a month
- Would be a need for a private meeting space in the event that we dropped the kitchen from