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News : Three Elected To Board At Stacy Center
Posted by Randy on 2013/9/17 4:33:47 (447 reads) News by the same author

Three persons have been elected to the board of directors of the Stacy Multi purpose center at Princeton.
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They are Barbara Mckern, Rhonda McIntosh, and Carrie Yates. With terms expiring were those of Barbara McKern, Janet Searcy, and John Noe. Treasurer’s report was given Ray Woodward. The Stacy Center reports it has received a $6000 donation from Phil Middleton and $2000 from his place of business towards lighting. Another treadmill was purchased (for $1658.95) with funds coming out of grant money received. Judge Donelson has talked to Woodward regarding donating some money for the Brian Donelson weight room.

Topics discussed at the annual meeting were leaks in the roof for the weight room. It has been patched. The showers and the cleaning of the shower heads remain a concern. A new furnace is to be purchased to heat the swimming pool replacing one that is described as “so old” they can’t get parts to repair. There was discussion on a slide for the pool which has been okayed by the board. It was approved for $2,000 but that model has increased in price by $700 over what the board agreed at first. Members decided to approve the extra $700.

In a mangers report by Carolyn Purdun, there is going to be an evening exercise class for
ladies. Plans are to start an after school program where kids can come in and do home work, play games in gym and a snack will be served. Cost is $2.00 for non-members and free for members.

The board set the weekend hours as Saturday 2 to 8pm and Sundays 2 to 6pm. The last week in September there will be 20% off on all new and renewed memberships.

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