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Trustees

  Trustees primarily care for the church properties but on Valentines Sunday 2014 some trustees favored the ladies .
Assisting chef Roy VanSise they gave the ladies a day off from preparing and serving this Special Sunday Luncheon.
  Art Grover, Leonard Young, Chef Roy, and Jeremy Tannehill
 

Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
February 5, 2015
 
  The meeting was called to order at 9:04 a.m. by Chair Art Grover. Those attending, in addition to the chair, were Norman Clark, Leonard Young, Roy VanSise, Mary Austin and Pastor Everett Parker. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.
  First order of business was approval of the January 8, 2015 meeting minutes. Mr. Clark moved adoption and Mr. VanSise seconded. The vote was unanimous.
  Under old business, Mr. Grover said the air conditioning unit in the window on west side of the Fellowship Hall Sunday School room had been removed and an insert placed in the window. He said the air conditioner still works, but needs to be cleaned. He is willing to do the work, but also suggested the Administrative Council decide what to do with it. He said it could be sold after cleaning, or it could be kept until someone in the church needed it. Mr. Grover also noted that he and Mr. Young had conducted a preliminary review of the northside door frame on the sanctuary, and had concluded that considerable work needed to be done. It was also noted that additional work needs to be done on a ramp over the door threshhold.
  Under new business, February 21 was set as the next workday. This should be a good time for the youth group to undertake piling of limbs and winter debris and burn the pile. There is no one who has a tractor to move the debris pile as it burns, and Mr. Young noted he knew someone who would provide a tractor and operator for $35 an hour. It was thought about four hours would be required for the burning. Mr. Clark motioned to ask the Administrative Council to appropriate money for that purpose, and Mr. VanSise seconded. The motion was unanimous. It was also noted that the youth group might help with moving of books if the library is disbanded, and Mrs. Austin suggested books could be sold by donation in addition to being in the semi-annual used book sale, and that a sign at the roadside might help with sales.
 Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:20 a.m. on motion of Mr. VanSise, seconded by Mr. Clark.
 
 
 
 
Respectfully submitted,
 

Everett L. Parker
Secretary pro tempore
 

 
Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
January 8, 2015

  The meeting was called to order at 9:06 a.m. by Chair Art Grover. Those attending, in addition to the chair, were Vice Chair George Scott, Norman Clark, Leonard Young, Roy VanSise, Mary Austin and Pastor Everett Parker. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.
  First order of business was approval of the December 4, 2014 meeting minutes. Mr. Young moved adoption and Mr. Scott seconded. The vote was unanimous.
  Under old business, there were no additions to the one and five year plan as previously adopted. That report will be forwarded, together with input from other committees, to the Administrative Council at the January 14 meeting. Mr. Grover questioned an item from the adopted budget (he is a member of the finance committee) which allocates $1,200 per year to Love, INC of Suwannee County. After discussion by trustees, it was agreed to ask the Administrative Council to eliminate that line item from the 2015 budget. The motion was presented by Mr. Scott and seconded by Mr. Van Sise. The vote was unanimous. Work has not yet started on new fans in the sanctuary. Jeremy Tannehill has said he will do the work this month, prior to the “end of January” deadline imposed by trustees.The job includes running wire and installing four 52-inch ceiling fans as well as installation of an exhaust fan in the attic (see September 4, 2014 minutes). Mr. Tannehill said he has a licensed electrician who will “sign off” on the project once it is completed. 
  January 17 work day was discussed, with special emphasis on a general “clean up” of the grounds. Both Mr. Grover and Mr. Scott said they could not attend the work day, and Mr. Young agreed to coordinate the work that needs to be accomplished, including burning of the trash pile and picking up many branches, etc., in the parking area and behind the Fellowship Hall. It is hoped youth will attend and take part in the work. Mr. Van Sise questioned the sand pile in front of the storage shed behind the Fellowship Hall, and it was noted that a tractor is needed to spread the dirt. Mr. Grover also mentioned he had the name of a logging contractor who might be willing to remove both softwood and hardwood on the west side of County Road 137. He will make contact with the company. No contact has been made with a contractor regarding expansion of the Fellowship Hall due to the holidays. Mr. Grover said he would make contact now that the holidays are over.
  Under new business, it was mentioned the lockset on the southside door of the Outreach Ministries building is not working correctly, and Mr. Grover said he would take care of it. It was agreed to paint the window in the sanctuary bell tower to keep the sun out, and that a small section of chainlink fence behind the Fellowship Hall should be discarded.
 Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:39 a.m. on motion of Mr. Scott, seconded by Mrs. Austin.
 

 
Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
September 4, 2014
 
  The meeting was called to order at 7:04 p.m. by Vice Chair George Scott in the absence of Chair Art Grover, who was out of state. Those attending, in addition to the vice chair, were Norman Clark, Leonard Young, Ted Fralick, and Everett Parker. Those not attending were Dick Gifford, Jeremy Tannehill and Art Grover. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.
  First order of business was approval of the August 7, 2014 meeting minutes. Mr. Fralick moved adoption and Mr. Clark seconded. The vote was unanimous.
  Under old business, it was noted that the air conditioning units in both the sanctuary and Fellowship Hall were working with the thermostat set at 75 degrees, but only marginally. In both places, once people enter the building, the units are not able to hold the temperature at 75 degrees, and the sanctuary immediately rises to at least 78 degrees. There have been complaints about people having to fan themselves during the Sunday worship service because of the heat. Several options were discussed short of replacing the air conditioning units, which would be expensive. In the end, it was decided to seek funding to install an thermostatically controlled attic exhaust fan in the sanctuary to pull hot air through the attic. The thinking was that hot air trapped in the attic may be part of the problem. In addition, four 52 inch ceiling fans will be installed in the sanctuary to keep air circulating. Jeremy Tannehill will be asked for direction in handling the job. If that step is not sufficient, then installing either blown-in or batt insulation in the attic will be considered. While blown-in likely would be less expensive, the batt insulation attached to the rafters would not create the mess that blown-in could. The proposal will be taken to the church council at the September 10 meeting.
  In other old business, an update was given on painting of the sanctuary windows, and it was noted that the work likely will be done in mid-September as the contractor hired was backed up with work. The safe deposit box discussed at the last meeting was secured at First Federal of Live Oak, and two keys secured. With the annual Charge Conference coming on October 20, no additional names for trustees were advanced. Both Roy VanSise and Mary Austin had indicated they would be willing to serve. The pastor will take those names to a meeting of the Committee on Nominations and Leadership Development, which will meet soon.
  Under new business, a church work day was set for Thursday, October 2, beginning at 9 a.m. It was hoped that a week day would be better for some folks, but Saturday work days will be held when there are projects for the youth. Mr. Young has prepared a list of projects to be considered for the work day. Mr. Fralick noted that he planned to clean and reseal the Fellowship hall floor on September 9, and help would be appreciated with moving chairs and tables, etc. Following the women’s Bible study on September 8, those available will gather at 3 p.m. to move chairs and tables. Additional help will be forthcoming when the resealing begins at 8 a.m. on September 9.
 Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:55 p.m. on motion of Mr. Fralick, seconded by Mr. Clark.
 
 
 
 
Respectfully submitted,
 

Everett L. Parker
Secretary pro tempore

 
Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
August 7, 2014
 
  The meeting was called to order at 7:06 p.m. by Chair Art Grover. Those attending, in addition to the chair, were Vice Chair George Scott, Norman Clark, Leonard Young, Ted Fralick, and Everett Parker. Those not attending were Dick Gifford and Jeremy Tannehill. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.
  First order of business was approval of the July 3, 2014 meeting minutes. Mr. Fralick moved adoption and Mr. Clark seconded. The vote was unanimous.
  Under old business, Mr. Grover reviewed several ongoing projects. It was noted the thermostats are set at 75 degrees in both the sanctuary and Fellowship Hall and the air conditioning seems to be working okay. The sanctuary continues to be an issue once a large number of people fill the building on Sunday. Even though the thermostat is set at 75 degrees, the room temperature quickly increases to at least 78 degrees. Further discussion on painting of the sanctuary windows was held. A contract was awarded to Dave’s Painting of Lake City at the July meeting but since the Administrative Council did not meet in July, funding will be sought at the August 13 meeting. Further discussion on brush cutting a four foot strip along the west and north property line on the west side of County Road 137 ensued. Bobcat Billy of Lake City had earlier submitted a low bid of $650 to include spreading the load of dirt previously delivered by another contractor. After discussion, it was decided to table the issue until a further determination can be made on clearing other parts of the lot. There was discussion on securing a new safe deposit box, brought up at the July meeting. Mr. Scott said he had not had time to find an approprite bank, but will do so before the next meeting. Mr. Fralick questioned why the need for a new safe deposit box, and it was noted that the previous one had been closed by the bank. Mr. Scott suggested that other churches be contacted regarding their policy and procedures manual. It was noted that key control is important.
  Under new business, no names were presented for additional members of the Board of Trustees. Two names must be submitted for the Class of 2017 prior to the leadership committee meeting before the annual charge conference. There was discussion on resuming church “work days” in October, and date for the first fall work day will be set at the September meeting. It was also noted that a work day during the week might be better than on Saturday.
 Being no further discussion, the meeting was adjourned at 7:50 p.m. on motion of Mr. Fralick, seconded by Mr. Scott.
 
 
 
 
Respectfully submitted,
 

Everett L. Parker
 
 
Secretary pro tempore
 

Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
April 1, 2014
 
  The meeting was called to order at 7:02 p.m. by Chair Art Grover. Those attending, in addition to the chair, were Vice Chair George Scott, Leonard Young, Dick Gifford, Norman Clark, and Everett Parker. Jeremy Tannehill was the only trustee absent. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.
  First order of business was approval of the March 2014 meeting minutes. Mr. Scott moved adoption and Mr. Gifford seconded. The vote was unanimous.
  Under old business, Art and Mary Grover were appointed church custodial staff. The position was created and funded earlier in the year, and the position was announced in early March. There were no other applicants, and trustees unanimously agreed the Grovers would do an excellent job. The hiring was moved by Mr. Scott and seconded by Mr. Clark and the vote was unanimous. Mr. Scott was named the contact person in his position as board vice chair. This was approved on motion of  Mr. Clark and seconded by Mr. Gifford. The vote was unanimous.
  An update was given on window replacement or reglazing. A contract for the work had been awarded to Revis Glass Service of Lake City in March, but Mr. Grover said he was concerned that work had not yet started. He said he contacted the company and was promised the work would start this week (Nota bene: The contractor was on site the morning of April 2.)
  It was noted by the pastor that Alice and Joy Geiger would be assisting Ben Doering with AV work on Sunday mornings. There was also a discussion of several on-going projects by Mr. Young, who also noted that the next substantive project was rehanging the sanctuary doors so they will swing outward rather than inward. It was also noted that the contractor hired to remove stumps, etc. from the rear of the Fellowship Hall had not completed the work because of other commitments. Trustees agreed that was no problem as the approved work could be untaken at any time.
  There was no new business. The next meeting is set for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6, 2014. 
 Being no further discussion, the meeting was adjourned at 7:42 p.m. on motion of Mr. Clark, seconded by Mr. Scott.
 
 

 
 
Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
March 4, 2014
 
  The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chair Art Grover. Those attending, in addition to the chair, were Leonard Young, Ted Fralick, George Scott, and Everett Parker.  Absent were Norman Clark, Jeremy Tannehill and Dick Gifford. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.
  Under new business, a review was made of the custodial position, and a job description was discussed. The job description was discussed at greater length at the February meeting, but final acceptance was delayed because the printed job description was not available. It was noted that while the original job description included cleaning of the Fellowship Hall and Outreach Ministries buildings, the new version included only custodial responsibilities in the Sanctuary. The job description was accepted on motion of Mr. Scott, seconded by Mr. Young. The vote was unanimous. The job description will now be forwarded to the Administrative Council for final action as it was also endorsed at the January meeting of the finance committee.
  Discussion was held on window replacement or reglazing. At the last Administrative Council meeting, the Trustees were directed to find out if window replacement bids included frames and vinyl. That information was not available at this meeting, but trustees were in agreement that the windows need to be reglazed and repaired, and with no one able to climb ladders and spend considerable time removing old glazing, etc., the original low bid of $1,145 was still the recommendation. The recommendation will be forwarded to the Administrative Council. No motion was required since it was a reiteration of the existing motion from February.
  Several projects being undertaken by Mr. Young and Mr. Grover were discussed and updated, including painting of the Fellowship Hall, moving a kitchen light switch, and repairing the yard light in the playground.
  Under new business, Dr. Parker requested trustees think about candidates for audio-visual work during worship on Sunday. Several names were suggested and will be followed up on. There was discussion on digging of stumps behind the Fellowship Hall and elsewhere on campus, and Mr. Young said he was in contact with a business owner who would provide a backhoe and operator at $60 per hour to complete the work. There was some concern about the cost of trucking off the huge stumps that are ready to be moved, and Mr. Young said he would check on that as well. In the end, Mr. Scott moved to recommend to the Administrative Council that up to $800 be allocated for heavy equipment work on a date to be determined. Mr. Fralick seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.
 Being no further discussion, the meeting was adjourned at 7:57 p.m. on motion of Mr. Fralick, seconded by Mr. Scott.
 
 
 
 
Respectfully submitted,
 

Everett L. Parker
Secretary pro tempore
 

Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
February 4, 2014
 
  The meeting was called to order at 7:01 p.m. by Chair Art Grover. Those attending, in addition to the chair, were Leonard Young, Ted Fralick, Jeremy Tannehill, and Everett Parker.  Absent were George Scott, Norman Clark, and Dick Gifford. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.
  A short discussion was held on old business, which included status of the Outreach Ministries building roof and louver work. It was mentioned that soffit ends on the Outreach Ministries building and the sanctuary gable end near the tower had not been finished even though payment had been made some time ago. It was agreed that Mr. Gifford should contact the contractor with a request to immediately complete the work. Removal of trees and lot clearing behind the Fellowship Hall continues, with at least six trees removed and cleaned up during the February 1 work day. Discussion was held on possibly renting a backhoe at a later date to dig out stumps. It was agreed the men would continue with the clearing as time permits. There is no rush as the clearing project is in the five year plan and there are no immediate plans for utilization of the land. It was mentioned that fascia and soffit work on the Fellowship Hall has been completed, and a new motion detection light has been installed on the east side of the building. Lattice work on the recyclables bin also has been completed.
  Under new business, possible adoption of a job description for the custodian position was delayed until the March meeting because the form was not at hand. Trustees were emailed a copy of the proposed job descriptions two weeks ago but copies were not available for discussion at the meeting.
  It was agreed no survey work is needed as all four corner survey markers on both sides of County Road 137 have been located and enhanced above-ground markers have been installed. It was agreed to install a pocket door on the kitchen and to ask the kitchen committee to make use of the counter inserts on Sunday morning.
  Mr. Grover presented three estimates for glazing all of the sanctuary windows. It had been determined that several windows have panes which are in need of repair. The bids were: Patriot Glass Company of Lake City, $1,800.00; North Florida Glass of Lake City, $1,800.00; Revis Glass Service of Lake City, $1,145.00. The latter bid also included installation of new glass in the bell tower window, the top half of which has been boarded over for some time. After discussion, it was motioned by Mr. Fralick and seconded by Mr. Tannehill to send a recommendation to accept the lowest bid to the Administrative Council. The vote was unanimous.
 Being no further discussion, the meeting was adjourned at 7:58 p.m. on motion of Mr. Fralick, seconded by Mr. Tannehill.
 
 
 
 
Respectfully submitted,
 

Everett L. Parker
Secretary pro tempore
 

Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
January 7, 2014
 
The meeting was called to order at 7:06 p.m. by Chair George Scott. Those attending, in addition to the chair, were Art Grover, Vice Chair; Leonard Young, Ted Fralick, Dick Gifford, Norman Clark, and Everett Parker. Jeremy Tannehill was absent. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.
  This being the first meeting of the new calendar year, the first order of business was election of a chair for 2014. Mr. Scott nominated Mr. Grover, and the nomination was seconded by Mr. Gifford. There were no other nominations and the vote was unanimous. Mr. Grover then nominated Mr. Scott for 2014 vice chair, and Mr. Young seconded the nomination. The vote was unanimous. The meeting was then turned over to Mr. Grover.
  Under old business, there was a discussion on status of renovations to the Outreach Ministries building, and it was noted that some minor work remained to be done, but that the roof itself was complete and that the contractor had been paid. Mr. Young mentioned there is a leak in the sanctuary tower, and since the contractor was working on sanctuary louvers, it would be good for them to look at it as well. Mr. Gifford said he would relay the request to the contractor. Mr. Grover noted lattice work had been completed on the can storage area near the Fellowship Hall, and that trees had been removed in the same area during the last workday on January 4. While more tree removal and clearing remains, a good start has been made. Mr. Young noted that he had inspected sanctuary windows and determined glazing needed to be done. He will be undertaking the repairs as necessary.
  Under new business, discussion was held on the can recycling program and the fact monies raised from sale of cans is dedicated to youth activities. Mr. Grover questioned whether there is a financial audit yearly as was the case in his United Methodist church in New York. No action was required on either issue.
 Being no further discussion, the meeting was adjourned at 8:15 p.m. on motion of Ted Fralick, seconded by George Scott.

 
Respectfully submitted,
 

Everett L. Parker
 
Secretary pro tempore
 

Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
December 3, 2013
 
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Vice Chair Art Grover. Those attending, in addition to the vice chair, were Leonard Young, Ted Fralick, Dick Gifford, Norman Clark, and Everett Parker. Absent were George Scott and Jeremy Tannehill. The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Parker.

  Under old business, additional items were discussed for inclusion on the one and five year plan. It was decided to add to the one year plan installation of lattice on the can storage area to shield it from view. The plan would be to cover the east, south, and north sides with lattice painted white. The project likely can be undertaken at the January work day. Also included in the one year plan was realigning the parking area behind the Fellowship Hall by moving the storage building to the west, and removal of a few trees on the playground area. Mr. Grover also noted that work on the soffit and facia on the east side of the Fellowship Hall will be undertaken in January.
  It was also decided to include roof work on the Outreach Ministries building storage shed at the January workday (January 4). Work will include tightening screws and applying a reflective roof coating. It was decided to include a property survey in the one year plan, and that it should include installation of monuments to denote property lines. On the five year plan, it was agreed to include a clean-up and clearing of the property west of the current parking lot. That can be accomplished only after a survey is made.

 There was no new business.

 Being no further discussion, the meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m. on motion of Norman Clark, seconded by Dick Gifford.




 
 
Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting
October 3, 2013
 
The meeting was called to order at 7:01 p.m. by Art Grover, who was in the chair in absence of chairman George Scott. Those attending were Art Grover, Vice Chair; Leonard Young, Ted Fralick, Dick Gifford, Norman Clark and Everett Parker. Jack Allred was also present. 
 
  The first order of business was a welcome to Norman Clark, who was elected to the Board of Trustees and whose appointment will be confirmed at the Charge Conference on October 22. The second electee, Jeremy Tannehill, could not be present because of a Boy Scout meeting at the same time.
 
  Mr. Grover gave a summary of recent projects completed or under way, including new screws installed on the church sign to prevent letters from slipping through the channels, removal of carpet in the front room of the Outreach Ministries building which had been done by Jack Allred, burning of the debris pile, which was accomplished earlier this week, and gutter work on front of the Fellowship Hall. While the latter project has not been done as yet, it is in the planning stage for later this fall with cooler weather.
 
  Under new business, the floor in the Outreach Ministries building was in worse condition than hoped. In the front room, there are pockmarks in the wood, stains, glue or adhesive residue, discoloration, paint, etc. Considerable discussion over the past week or so has centered on how to proceed, and general consensus is to install a commercial grade indoor-outdoor carpet. To that end, Jack and Cathy Allred received bids from Wayne’s Carpet Plus in Lake City; Live Oak Paint & Flooring in Live Oak, and Lowe’s. A careful inspection of each bid was made, along with samples of the various carpets suggested. In the end, it was decided to have Wayne’s Carpet Plus install a 20 ounce, 10-year commercial carpet over an eight pound rebond cushion padding. The total cost would be $2,783.50. Dick Gifford motioned to award the bid, seconded by Ted Fralick. The vote was unanimous.
 
  As part of renovations proposed for the Outreach Ministries building, Dick Gifford suggested that painting of the interior of the building be accomplished before the carpet is installed. Painting had been suggested some time ago as a project for upcoming work days. Discussion centered on whether the entire interior should be painted, and how soon it could be done. Trustess inspected the building during the meeting and it was decided to move ahead immediately with painting the entire interior with an off-white paint. Leonard Young will be in charge of securing necessary supplies this weekend and work will begin Monday morning so not to interfere to the building being open Wednesday through Saturday. A motion to proceed with this work was made by Dick Gifford and seconded by Ted Fralick. The vote was unanimous.
 
  Mr. Young reminded trustees that the Outreach Ministries building is in dire need of a new roof. The job was discussed earlier this year and the project is on the five year plan. Before the end of the year, trustees will be updating the five year plan and it was generally agreed the new roof will be prioritized for 2014.
 
  It was mentioned that Jeremy Tannehill has a conflict with a Thursday night trustees’ meeting as he has a Boy Scout meeting every Thursday night. It was decided to move the trustees’ meeting to 7 p.m. on Tuesday nights. Unless there is a conflict or holiday, the meeting will be scheduled for the first Tuesday of each month.
 Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:20 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,


Everett L. Parker


MONTHLY STATISTICS FOR WELLBORN & HUNTSVILLE UMC - MARCH 2014
WORSHIP SERVICE ATTENDANCE:
March 2: 42
March 9: 45
March 16: 50
March 23: 46
March 30: 53
TOTAL: 236; average per week, 47     
Change from February 2014: +4 total; -9 average per week
Change from March 2013: +32 (average 41 each, or 6 less than March 2014)
Change from March 2012: +76 (average of 40 per service, or 7 less than March 2014)
Change from March 2011: +87 (average of 37 per service, or 10 less than January 2014)

SUNDAY SCHOOL:
March 2: 8 (5 adult; 0 children; 3 youth) [same total from February 2014]
March 9: 9 (9 adult; 0 children; 0 youth) [-7 total from February 2014]
March 16: 10 (5 adult; 5 children; 0 youth) [+1 total from February 2014]
March 23: 8 (8 adult; 0 children; 0 youth) [-4 total from February 2014]
March 30: 9 (6 adult; 0 children; 3 youth) [No fifth Sunday in February 2014]
TOTAL: 44; average per week, 9 [-1 from February 2014, -2 average per week from February 2014]
Compared to February 2013: +12, average +1  (No comparion figures for 2012 and 2011)

MEMBERSHIP CHANGES
New Members during March: 0
Total new members for calendar year: 1
Baptisms during March: 0
Total baptisms for calendar year: 0

Other Events:
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY:
March 5: Ash Wednesday service
March 12: Administrative Council
March 19: 13
March 26: 12
TOTAL: 25, average of 12 (2 Wednesdays)
Change from February 2014: -28; average change per week, -6
Change from February 2013: -5; -3 average per week (only two Bible Study days in March 2014 skews figures)

WOMEN’S MONDAY BIBLE STUDY:
March 3: 12
March 10: 15
March 17: 12
March 24: 12
March 31: 11
TOTAL: 62; average of 12 
Change from February 2014: +13; average per week: -4
Change from March 2013: +34; average per week: +3

MONTHLY SUPPER
March 2014: 18
February 2014: 19
DECREASE of 1 from February 2014

ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL MEETING
March 2014: 12
February 2014: 15
March 2013: 20
DECREASE of 3 from February 2014

CONFIRMATION CLASS
March 2: 0
March 9: 0
March 16: 8
March 23: 5
March 30: 7
TOTAL: 20
Average of  7 per session


UNITY IN THE COMMUNITY SERVICE (at Glory to God Church)
March 15: 30 total (10 Wellborn people, 2 Huntsville, 18 Matt’s church)
February 2014: 25 (11 Wellborn people; 2 Huntsville; 12 Matt’s church)
March 2013: 35 total.

QUARTERLY STAFF PARISH RELATIONS COMMITTEE MEETING
February 11: 7

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
March 4: 5
February 4: 5
NO CHANGE

UNITED METHODIST WOMEN
March 20: 8
February 20: 8
March 2013: 11
NO CHANGE 

UNITED METHODIST MEN
March 20: 3
February 2014: 3
March 2013: 5
NO CHANGE

EMMAUS REUNION GROUP
March 25: 20
February 27: 10
March 2013: 0
INCREASE of 10 (included six going to next Walk)

SUWANNEE VALLEY EMMAUS COMMUNITY (QUARTERLY)
February 15: 25 (Wellborn had 20 people)
Previous Gathering (November 23, 2013): 22, Wellborn had 17

BOOK SALE AT WELLBORN UMC 
N/A: Next book sale in June

OUTREACH MINISTRIES VOLUNTEERS
March 2014: 147 hours donated by 13 volunteers
February 2014: 169 hours donated by 13 volunteers
January 2014: 154 hours donated by 12 volunteers

NUMBER OF PEOPLE UTILIZING OUTREACH MINISTRIES
March 2014: 100 (Total donations: $91.00)
February 2014: 160 (Total donations, $71.00)
January 2014: 113 (Total donations, $55.00)

NUMBER OF PEOPLE UTILIZING LIBRARY
March: 4
February: 6
DECREASE OF 2

NUMBER OF PEOPLE UTILIZING FOOD PANTRY
March 2014: 46
February 2014: 54
DECREASE OF 8 people

NUMBER OF PEOPLE ATTENDING OUTREACH MINISTRY PROGRAM: WEDNESDAY BINGO
March 2014: 15 
February 2014: 22
DECREASE OF 7 people

HUNTSVILLE UMC STATISTICS - WORSHIP SERVICE
March 2: 6
March 9: 10
March 16: 9
March 23: 8
March 30: 10
TOTAL: 43; average per week: 9
Change from February 2014: +17 actual; +2 average
March 2013: Total 49, -1 average