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The Heart of Oklahoma Limousin Association, LLC was founded in 1989.
HOOLA has sponsored the longest running consignment sale in Oklahoma.


HOOLA Meeting Notes 5/21/16

President John Holman called the meeting to order.

Minutes were read by Chad McReynolds. Motion to accept by Lesa Schrader and seconded by Alicia Martin, motion passed.

Treasurer report was read by Tiffani Revis. Motion to accept by Cecil Hamilton and seconded by Rhonda Withers, motion passed.

Old Business

John Holman discussed the old business of changing the constitution to allow board members the ability to grant petitioning members probationary membership subject to membership approval at the next scheduled meeting. It was agreed to notify members before next meeting of proposed change to allow everyone the opportunity to vote on proposed change if they wanted. The proposed constitutional change would affect the following portion of the constitution;

Current

Article III: Membership
New members’ applications must be presented to the board of directors. The Board of Directors will then:
a) Receive payment of the membership fee.
b) Recommend the new member application for approval to the membership.

Proposed

Article III: Membership
New members’ applications must be presented to the board of directors. The Board of Directors will then:
a) Receive payment of the membership fee.
b) Grant or deny probationary membership until the next meeting based on majority vote.
b) Recommend the new member application for approval to the membership at next meeting.

New Business
President John Holman announced that the OLBA will be having the Oklahoma Field Day June 17th and 18th for those who would like to participate.

Chad McReynolds shared that Magness Land and Cattle has shut down their Oklahoma operation that was located in Miami.

President John Holman expressed that the bill was due for Cattle Today which manages/maintains the HOOLA website if we want to continue for another year. Motion to pay the bill by Lesa Schrader and seconded by Everett Martin, motion passed.

President John Holman said we could be a silver sponsor for the Fullblood Limousin Alliances’ national on June 11th, 2016 show for $200. Motion to pay by Carolyn Hamilton and seconded by Carrie Farrar, motion passed.

President John Holman proposed we hold our next meeting on 8-27-16 in the Muskogee/Tulsa area. John Holman to investigate a location.

Motion to adjourn the meeting by Alicia Martin and seconded by Lesa Schrader, motion passed.

Auction Results
HOOLA Ear Tags - Chad McReynolds $15
Heart Shaped Water Globe - Sharon Holman $12.50
Blueberry Candle - Carolyn Hamilton $5
1 Embryo Target/Penny Lane - Kraig Withers $275
5 Straws Target- Kraig and Rhonda Withers $125
5 Straws Romeo - Kraig and Rhonda Withers $125
Money Sign - Alicia Martin $27
T-post Puller - Rhonda Withers $25
Decorative Candle - Alicia Martin $5
Ear Ring Holder - Colt Schrader $5
5 Straws Bootlegger - Kraig $125
Total $744.50


Greetings Limousin members:
It is time for our next quarterly meeting, Saturday August 27th at 2:00 p.m. Have reserved a room
at the RV Ranch. It is located on Hwy. 75 between the Beggs exit and Glenpool. It is the first exit past Duck Creek Casino. Turn right, go through the entrance and go right again to the RV office. The room is in that group of buildings. We can have a BBQ meal catered for around $12.00 per person. We can also bring our own food or we could just have refreshments. Let me know what you would like. It is also time to nominate officers so we can vote on them at our December meeting.

President HOOLA
John Holman
  



We would like to welcome the
following new members to HOOLA:

Rod Carver
Everett & Teresa Grist
Rebel Grist
Joe Latendresse
Johnny Morris
Ray & Barbara Moyer
Joe Pinkston
Tiffani Revis
Dwight Rogers
Art & Lisa Schrader
Kaitlynn Withers
Kraig & Rhonda Withers


 

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