from grandma grace's book
Board Members of the Cat Creek Cemetery met Sunday April 26 1998 at 2p.m. The usual meeting date is the first Sunday in May, but due to other scheduled events involving several board members an early meeting was scheduled, however notice of such a change was published in the local newspaper.
The meeting was called to order by the President Elois Wade, with the following report.
balance of endowment fund $27477.61 April 1997
interest on trust 1471.22 april 1998
deposit in trust 779.33 april 1998
current balance $29728.16 April 1998
SAVINGS ACCOUNT $200.00---required amount
INCIDENTAL ACCOUNT $459.00
bonding payment 54.00
bank box payment 15.00
current balance $410.00
the savings account is used to keep any contributions until there is enough funds to add to the trust.
The incidental fund is used to pay bonding, bank box, and repair stones.
MOWING FUND balance 1997 $61.77
9mowings x 72.00 -648
balance in account April 1998 12.77
only the interest may be used from the trust account, and it has been the policy of the board to invest the interest in the origianl trust to increase the denomination of the trust until such time it might be able to support the cost of cemetery upkeep. The boards goal is to reach $50,000.00.
flowers are to be removed after the second mowing following decoration.
board members 1998-
Minerva Brown president
Opal Ricketts vice pres.
Pat Essint, Recording Sect.
Ronald Smith & Gavin Moulins Mowing Committee
those attending the meeting were Grace Brown, John Maxwell, Fern Brown, Ronald & Peggy Smith, Garvin Moulin, Dorothy Mullins, Opal Ricketts, Howard Terhune, Minerva Brown, Elois and Wayne Wade.
Remember the annual meeting is an open meeting and the board appreciates your attendance, your comments and contributions.
MEMORIAL DAY IS THE TIME WE RECALL MEMORIES OF THE PAST. A WELL KEPT CEMETERY DEMONSTRATES LOVE AND RESPECT.