Minutes CLTA Board 2005-2006

California Language Teachers Association
Board Meeting
October 8, 2005
The first meeting of the California Language Teachers Association of the 2005-06 school year was held at Lorraine D’Ambruoso’s clubhouse in San Jose. President Tanya Zaccone called the meeting to order at 10:05 a.m.

Members present: Tanya Zaccone, President
Lewie Johnson, President-Elect
Susan Korsinen, Secretary/CVFLA
Sue McKee, Treasurer/Conference Registrar
Marge Sotomayor, Membership Chair
Paula Hirsch, Conference Chair
Lorraine D’Ambruoso, Executive Director
Hal Wingard, Historian
Nadine Elwood, Newsletter Ads, Unaffiliated Members
Duarte Silva, CFLP
Sue Lien, CCCFLC (Sub)
Carolyn Moir, CCALP
Flo Martin St. Clair, FLA-OC
Carol Eberhart, FLAGS
Jan Treadgold, FLASCC
Edith Benkov, FLC-CSU
Norman Leonard, FLCSD
Bethany Thompson , IEFLA
Araceli Espinosa, MCLASC
Jeffrey Reader, MSFLA
Robert Blake, UC Consortium

Members absent: Judith Snyder, Past President
Karen Nicolaysen, Newsletter Editor
Richard Anderson, FLAMCO
Liz Barthe, FLANC
Liliana McGee, KCLTA
Nicole Naditz, YOL

Guests: Lynne Freeman, ACIS
Julian Randolph, Advocacy

MINUTES

President Tanya Zaccone introduced our new format. She explained that binders would be used to keep track of reports. More and more reports will be made in written form. Written reports will now be distributed on-line and board members will be asked to down load reports. Votes will be taken at the end of the day. We will meet at the Airport Fairfield Inn in San Jose on December 10.

SECRETARY’S REPORT

The minutes were approved as distributed. The Secretary asked board members to list information necessary for the Board Directory.

TREASURER’S REPORT

The Treasurer summarized her conference reports. The profit for this year was $62,106.92, up from last year. She also summarized the CLTA balance sheet and the income/expense statement. The year end report will show a loss, since we took in less income. This was due to cancellation of the summer seminar.

The Treasurer presented the proposed budget for 2005-2006. This is a working budget and amounts will be adjusted as the year continues.

MMS to adopt budget as presented.

The Treasurer informed the Board that the organization is not allowed to give gifts (like flowers, etc.) It is possible to allow a budget item for Membership Morale, that will make it legal to give some things like this.

MEMBERSHIP REPORT

The Membership Chair distributed her report, summary and membership lists. Renewal forms are available. They will be mailed by the end of October. Members can pay the old membership rate if they renew before the end of the year. The affiliate rebate was suggested to be $10.

MSLTA would like to reactivate.

CONFERENCE REPORT

The Conference Chair informed the Board that CLTA still needs interest sessions, especially in Japanese.

The Jamboree Committee has requested that the profits earned from this event be divided 25% to CLTA and 75% to the four affiliates organizing the Jamboree. (The final motion included a 20%/80% split.) It will be held at Esperanza High School. (Thanks to Nadine Elwood) They have 35 presenters. The registration deadline is in 2 weeks. The French Government is allowing us to use money from the summer seminar to subsidize an all day workshop. CLTA has 20 new members already from the Jamboree.

The Fresno Conference will have extra bellmen to help presenters take things across the street. Everything on Friday will be at the convention center. Everything on Sunday will be held at the hotel.

UC CONSORTIUM

The UC Language Consortium will be Oct. 21-22. They expect some 200+ attendees. There will be education and government representatives attending this meeting. It is designed to have dialogue between the interested parties. Anyone who attends can report back at the next meeting. CLTA appreciates the U.C. participation in our organization.
CFLP

Duarte Silva reported on the Summer Seminar. It was very difficult to undo all of the planning they had done. The CFLP has been reconstituted. They function out of 6 sites. Regional work is going on and changes are taking place. The week of Oct. 20 all of the subject matter projects will meet. The CFLP will meet on Oct. 19, the day before the combined projects meeting at Embassy Suites North at LAX. They will focus on the underperforming schools around the state.

Duarte said that we need to adjust our proposal forms to make sure that sessions qualify for NCLB sessions. This will justify spending NCLB money on conferences. (Title 2, A)

PRESIDENT ELECT/WEB MASTER’S REPORT

The President Elect informed the Board that the award information has been updated. CLTA would like to send information about the awards out with the membership renewal form.

There is a problem with the awards to be given out. Currently winners receive 75% of the award at the conference and when they write a newsletter article or present a session at the next year’s conference. The Treasurer proposes giving the full award at the conference.

The President Elect discussed the issue of the Book and Rose award. We have a splash page contest. The Executive Board recommends that we concentrate on only one contest. This will be voted on in the afternoon session. CLTA would like to add an events page to the web site. We need someone to gather this information. There could be links to local affiliates. Nadine Elwood will gather the information. Lewie has the e-mail list up and running. All affiliates have a web page on the CLTA site. If affiliates have their own web sites, we can have a link to that page. Affiliate reps were asked to check the current information on their affiliate web pages.

NEWSLETTER EDITOR’S/ADVERTISING REPORT

Karen was unable to attend. Nadine distributed a list of advertisers and has earned some income from newsletter advertising.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT

The Executive Director has many of the fliers available for affiliate conferences on why to join CLTA. She also has letterhead available. Her report is in the binder. The student strand at the Jamboree is canceled–lack of interest. Bernie Rang has agreed to replace Tanya on the Advocacy Committee. Lorraine checked into other locations for the summer seminar. UC Santa Barbara is the least expensive. The 2006 summer seminar is July 30- August 5. We will try one more year. We also need to decide if we will run the student seminar again. The next Board meeting is December 10. CLTA sent a letter to Donald Kairott to push development of the foreign language standards in Sacramento. The Conference Chair would like to know how affiliates feel about the dance at the end of the conference banquet. She would like to eliminate the the dance since it is poorly attended and is a significant expense.

The historian asked about the current status of the summer seminar. CLTA has to pay what UC Santa Barbara charges. This was the problem for 2005. Duarte is requesting an hour of time at the December meeting to discuss this issue.

ADVOCACY REPORT

The Horton Bill was signed. Julian Randolph will be CLTA’s representative at the UC summit.

YOL

Nicole Naditz’s report is included in the binder. She is unable to attend the meeting today. There is an event planned at Stanford in December. YOL will move into a 10 year campaign–Discover Languages. We will learn more about this proposal at ACTFL. FLASCC is working on getting a tree for Christmas in the Park for YOL this year.

HISTORIAN

Hal needs newsletters before Vol. 15.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

Christine Lanphere will represent Region 3 to compete in the California League of High Schools Outstanding Teacher Award. She will also represent CLTA in SWCOLT as outstanding teacher. The President asked that the same person attend meetings for a two year period as affiliate reps.

The President introduced Lynn Freeman for ACIS. She is here to work on the Futures Committee.

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Carol Moir distributed copies of the tasks that Board members are asked to work on during the Futures meeting. Members are asked to pick an area to work on, with a maximum of 5 people per committee.

After 3 hours to work on the assignments, each committee reported back on their results. Each group’s notes will be sent to Carol Moir. She will compile them and they will be available at the next board meeting to add to binders. (Duarte, Paula, Lewie, Sue M. and Bethany will get the information to Carol Moir and members of their groups.)

CLTA will be looking for grants to help fund the summer seminar.

MOTIONS

MMS to divide the profits 20% to CLTA/80% to the four sponsoring affiliates for the Jamboree.

MMS to provide affiliates with a rebate of $10 for attending the conference in Ontario.

MMS to give award winners the full amount of the award at the time it is awarded.

MMS to focus on the splash page contest and eliminate the Book and Rose Award.

The Historian is greatly pained by ending the summer seminar. The Goethe Institute has subsidized participants in years past. Teachers did not sign up for the summer seminar due to costs. For next year we will have to offer the summer seminar at the cost to us. He is concerned that the 2006 summer seminar will not happen due to increased costs. We are working at lowering the costs for 2006. He suggested that if we cannot significantly reduce the cost of the summer seminar in time to publicize the summer seminar to our members, it would be better not to even offer the program while we spend more time looking at where else or what other programs we might be able to offer. The CFLP and the Executive Director only can provide the program. NCLB requires 40 hours to fund the program. Assorted options will be presented at the December meeting. Recruiting for the student strand needs to begin early.

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned at 3:40 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

 
Susan E. Korsinen
CLTA Secretary

 

HOMEWORK:

Check the Board Directory for your information. Send any corrections to Sue Korsinen at:
sekorsi@earthlink.net so that she can bring a corrected copy to the December meeting.

Affiliate reps are asked to bring 30 copies of their affiliate report, 3 hole punched, which includes:
1. Number of current members

2. A list of current officers and their contact info

3. A list of events/activities/workshops

4. Dues information

5. Challenges they are experiencing to the affiliate and the profession

6. Areas where CLTA can help

 

California Language Teachers Association
Board Meeting
December 10, 2005
The second meeting of the California Language Teachers Association of the 2005-06 school year was held at the Fairfield Inn and Suites in San Jose. President Tanya Zaccone called the meeting to order at 10:00 a.m.

Members present: Tanya Zaccone, President
Lewie Johnson, President-Elect/IEFLA
Susan Korsinen, Secretary/CVFLA
Sue McKee, Treasurer/Conference Registrar
Marge Sotomayor, Membership Chair
Paula Hirsch, Conference Chair
Karen Nicolaysen, Newsletter Editor
Lorraine D’Ambruoso, Executive Director
Hal Wingard, Historian
Duarte Silva, CFLP
Tom Blair, CCCFLC
Carolyn Moir, CCALP
Carol Eberhart, FLAGS
Richard Anderson, FLAMCO
Liz Barthe, FLANC
Jan Treadgold, FLASCC
Edith Benkov, FLC-CSU
Norman Leonard, FLCSD
Araceli Espinosa, MCLASC
Jeffrey Reeder, NBALT
Nadine Elwood, Ads/FLAOC

Members absent: Judith Snyder, Past President
FLASH
Liz Barthe, FLANC
David Smallwood, KCLTA
Robert Blake, UC Consortium
Nicole Naditz, YOL

MINUTES

President Tanya Zaccone informed the Board that Lorraine D’Ambruoso was awarded a second level Palmes Academiques from the French government.

SECRETARY’S REPORT

The minutes were approved as distributed.

TREASURER’S REPORT

The Treasurer explained her reports. She has already processed 10 registrations for the 2006 conference. Tom Blair suggested that the CD’s be moved to earn a higher interest rate. The Treasurer said that if someone wanted to take charge of the CDs, she would be happy to turn them over. Gil Mendez is available to help CLTA. She asked affiliate reps to encourage local treasurers to cash checks in a timely fashion.
MEMBERSHIP REPORT

The Membership Chair distributed her report. We are in good shape this year. The Jamboree recruited 139 new members. The $35 fee will be accepted until February 1.

CONFERENCE REPORT

Paula reported that the Jamboree recruited 139 new members. The Assistant Principal of Esperanza High School came to help with the event. They would like to do this event again next year. Nadine, her family and her students worked very hard to help this event come off well. Hal urged that the money earned from the Jamboree go to the affiliates and CLTA get the membership money only. The profit appears to be $3641. It will be divided among the 4 sponsoring affiliates and CLTA.

Ventura County is trying to build a new affiliate.

MMS to schedule the Jamboree again at Esperanza High School in the 2006-2007 school year.

We would like to alternate the Jamboree between the North and the South depending on the conference location eventually. It probably will be held in the North after 2007 when the state conference is held in Santa Clara. It provided good service to our teachers. It was popular because it was a one day event and engaged people who have not been actively involved in CLTA recently. They held a new teacher workshop attended by 30 participants at no charge. Paula said that many new teachers do not know about the existence of CLTA and local affiliates. Paula will write something up in the newsletter. The teachers of Arabic are working to organize a professional organization. Tanya will contact affiliate reps not in attendance by e-mail. Tom will speak with FLANC about possibly organizing an event in the North.

The Conference Chair said that the Fresno conference is well organized and we have many new presenters.
CFLP REPORT

Duarte reported on the language summit held at Berkeley. There will be a report in the next newsletter.

The subject matter projects are having some administrative problems. The authorization of the subject matter projects funding sunsets in June. They are working on getting a new bill to continue funding the projects.

Duarte and Lorraine distributed a report on the summer seminar. CFLP and CLTA will continue to collaborate on this project. The CFLP Board has not yet seen this proposal and will have to approve it. They consulted with some past participants for suggestions. They also worked with site directors and some past board members.

Everything on all plans was done keeping NCLB requirements in mind. Lorraine went through pros and cons of all options. It is possible that a program may develop in Monterey Bay. Lorraine is suggesting that the student strand not occur this year. We need to see if the summer seminar will take place before offering the student strand to avoid having to cancel if the summer seminar does not take place.

MMS to offer the summer seminar in 2006 with the model to be determined at a later time.

MMS to offer model 1 option B- a modified program with the location to be determined later.

The dates the program will be offered will be determined by when facilities are available. There will be no opportunity to develop lesson plans. The consensus seemed to be that the shorter program needs to be offered to see if it can draw enough people to succeed since the longer program did not make last year. The program will have to be reoriented. Duarte and Lorraine recommend the shorter program to cut costs.

MMS to allow Duarte and Lorraine to fine-tune the program.

MMS to postpone the student strand until 2007 at the earliest.

The changes to the summer seminar will need to be worked out. The shorter time span may allow more students to attend.

PAST PRESIDENT’S REPORT

Judith asked Board Members to remind members to apply for grants and to send in nominations for awards. There is a new Chinese Grant. The Japan Foundation deadline is December 31. The deadline this year is January 17. The winners must be members for the current year. Make sure that the nominees are members for the current year.

PRESIDENT ELECT’S REPORT

The President Elect shared some statistics for the hits on the web site. We have had 60,345 hits on the CLTA web site since 2005. We have had 43,656 hits on the job site since 2001. The web lesson site has had over 1.4 million hits since 2002. He would like to send out 2-3 articles per month on the CLTA mail list. Tom suggested that we make the CLTA splash page available to people. Affiliates need to have their splash page contest and get them to Lewie before February 20. The Treasurer will honor the early bird rate if she gets a copy of the registration documents before the end of the year even if the fees are being paid by the district.

NEWSLETTER EDITOR’S REPORT

Karen needs articles for the January newsletter by midnight on December 26. Send the articles as a word attachment. Lorraine asked for someone to share strategies. Nadine will do strategies and Carol Moir will introduce a board member.

 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lorraine and Duarte had a conference call on the Horton Bill. June 30, 2006 is the deadline for Pilipino language programs. If there are no credentials issued in Pilipino, the programs will have to be dropped. The credentialing commission needs to take action on this issue immediately. This will apply to all less commonly taught languages. There are other states that have credentials and exams available in these languages. They will go back to Rep. Horton if necessary to get this bill approved.

There is a letter from Don Kairotte of the State Department of Education requesting money from NCLB to pay for the foreign language standards. These funds cannot be used for developing standards, since that is considered a state responsibility. Lorraine and Duarte are trying to move the standards along and make sure that they finally are put into place with all deliberate speed.

Lorraine reported that this year was one of the best she has ever attended. ACTFL launched a 10 year initiative Discover Languages to continue Year of Languages. There is a video retrospective of YOL that is available at a minimum cost. We will discuss the 10 year program at the February meeting.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

Tanya is proposing a change in our acronym to CaLTA to avoid confusing us with the Chinese Language Teachers Association.

MANAGEMENT REPORT

There is no separate report today.

FUTURES REPORT

Carol sent out copies of the Futures Report to the Executive Board. She has a task sheet for today. She only got 3 responses from the last session. She is asking to focus on procedures, processes and products.

Each group summarized the progress that they made today. Each person should send Carol a copy of the work that they did today before January 15. Each member of the Futures Committee will receive a copy of all groups reports. The Futures Committee will meet on Friday, February 24, 2006 at Lorraine’s home. The entire Futures Committee will meet on Saturday, February 25 at the Board meeting.

MMS to invite Bernie Rang and Anne Fountain to attend the next Board meeting and we will continue to include Lynne Freeman and Julian Randolph on the Futures Committee.

We will determine at the next meeting whether we need to work on modules at the
conference.

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned at 3:40 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

 
Susan E. Korsinen
CLTA Secretary

 

California Language Teachers Association
Board Meeting
February 25, 2006
The third meeting of the California Language Teachers Association of the 2005-06 school year was held at the Airport Marriott Courtyard in San Jose. President Tanya Zaccone called the meeting to order at 10:07 a.m.

Members present: Tanya Zaccone, President
Lewie Johnson, President-Elect
Susan Korsinen, Secretary/CVFLA
Sue McKee, Treasurer/Conference Registrar
Marge Sotomayor, Membership Chair
Paula Hirsch, Conference Chair/MCLASC
Karen Nicolaysen, Newsletter Editor
Lorraine D’Ambruoso, Executive Director/FLASCC
Hal Wingard, Historian/FLCSD
Duarte Silva, CFLP
Carolyn Moir, CCALP
Flo Martin Saint-Clair, FLA-OC
Carol Eberhart, FLAGS
Richard Anderson, FLAMCO
Ed Sterling, FLANC
Norman Leonard, FLCSD
Bethany Thompson , IEFLA
Araceli Espinosa, MCLASC
Jeffrey Reeder, NBALT
Robert Blake, UC Consortium
Nicole Naditz, YOL
Julian Randolph, Advocacy

Members absent: Judith Snyder, Past President
Jan Treadgold, FLASCC
Tom Blair, CCCFLC
David Smallwood, KCLT
MINUTES

President Tanya Zaccone welcomed everyone to the meeting. Adjustments were made to the agenda. The Futures Committee reports were presented.

Robert Blake reported on the UC. There are many on-going changes at the UC and with the FL Consortium. The Consortium was renewed the year before and is expecting changes to occur. The MLA journal of summer 2007 will publish articles about developments from the meeting in October of 2005.
There is a new federal pipeline grant for grades K-16, which will be language specific. Focus will most likely be on less commonly taught languages. The first program is in Oregon using Chinese. Currently, the programs are about 50% heritage learners, 50% 2nd language learners.

There is currently a lack of teacher preparation programs and a lack of proficiency exams to determine the language levels of heritage speakers to take full advantage of these programs.

The UC is supporting a less commonly taught languages summer institute at UCLA this summer.

The UC is asking for guidance on whether the UC should accept AP exams. Currently they will only accept language or literature, not both, which is not fair to the students who pass both exams. Duarte said that they also need to include IB. Currently they allow 8 credits for language or literature. The College Boards has researched this issue and has discovered that there is great variety in granting of credits. The AP literature test is more demanding than most university courses. There are also issues involving placement once these students enroll. Some universities are considering eliminating credit for AP courses altogether.

YEAR OF LANGUAGES REPORT

Nicole reported that YOL was very successful in California. She received the thanks of the winner of the essay contest last year for the trip to Europe. ACTFL said that we were a powerhouse state on YOL work. ACTFL is now embarking on a 10 year program called Discover Languages. It is still in development. There is a web site available. There is one California activity planned April 8: Cultural Mosaics, Linguistic Landscapes in Sacramento. Read Around the World will also continue. There is now a national teacher of the year. SWCOLT has a California candidate for teacher of the year. The winner of SWCOLT will go on to ACTFL. Nicole has a packet of information on how to start a Read Around the World Program.

HISTORIAN’S REPORT

Hal has a collection of past CLTA newsletters. He is missing some issues. He has an archive of material but he would like to know what to do with it. The Executive Board can put this on its next agenda.

SWCOLT

Carol Moir is on the selection committee for teacher of the year.

FUTURES COMMITTEE

Carol Moir gave instructions on what work should be accomplished at today’s session. The Futures Committee begin at the conference in 2007. There will be posters in every room at the conference. Pink sheet–questions. (Fortune teller looking into future.) Green sheet–fortune cookies. (Snappy little fortunes.) Each committee needs to edit its work.

After committee work, summary reports were given by each module group.

 

SECRETARY’S REPORT

The minutes were approved as distributed. The election for the 2006-2008 officers was held.

TREASURER’S REPORT

The Treasurer explained her reports. We appear to have more money than we really do because none of the conference expenses have yet been deducted. She knows that there are some outstanding checks which have never been cashed and she will add those in soon. The affiliates who put on the jamboree received their checks.

MEMBERSHIP REPORT

The Membership Chair distributed and explained her reports. She reminded the Board that we now have an earlier registration deadline.

CFLP REPORT

Duarte reported that Robert Blake will now be on the CFLP board. The CFLP is organizing a week of language camps for kids entering grades 3-5.

Duarte distributed copies of the final PSA’s. If there is a local station that will play them, contact Duarte for how tv stations can get copies which they can use on the air. Local stations can watch them to decide if they want to use them.

The CFLP currently is funded for the same amount of money as last year. He will be seeking an augmentation from the state. The CFLP will meet in Fresno this year.

SUMMER SEMINAR

Duarte and Lorraine have narrowed down the sites to Monterey Bay and Santa Barbara. The prices are almost the same. Monterey Bay is more oriented to youth. The facility is not as conducive to our needs. Most of our participants come from the South and Monterey is further away. They recommend Santa Barbara.

MMS to opt for UC Santa Barbara.

The plan is to offer 20 hours of instruction, starting August 1 in 3-3 1/2 days. The half day will probably be offered at the end. They would like to start on a Tuesday, leaving people the option of spending the weekend at the site. There should be a flier ready for the conference.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Duarte will receive the leadership award from CABE on Friday night. Lorraine attended a symposium on international studies sponsored by the Committee for Economic Development, the Asia Society and the Hewlett Foundation where the released a policy statement on Education for Global Leadership. The report is available at www.ced.org. This information will be included in the newsletter. We will include information about this group and reference web sites in the packet at the Fresno conference.

Bethany, Lorraine, Anne Fountain and Yasy Tohsaku will attend JNCL to represent California.

Paul Sandrock, President of ACTFL will speak and we are looking for a second speaker. There will be a copy of Edutopia Magazine in each packet.

We are being asked to support Proposition 81, the statewide library bond, sponsored by Californians for Literacy and Community Libraries.

MMS to support Proposition 81.

CLTA needs to push for development of foreign language content standards. If the CDE does not begin this process after March 1, CLTA will request a meeting with Jack O’Connell to see that the standards get written. We have done some preliminary work on the standards.

ADVOCACY COMMITTEE

Bethany reported that there will be 2 sessions at the conference. One will be basic advocacy and the other will be targeted for 2 people per affiliate.

Implementation of AB420 has stalled. The CTC does not have an alternative assessment instrument approved. A new bill to promote the study Arabic, AB2054, will require the CTC to use an alternative assessment instrument.

Currently career/technical education will not allow foreign language classes for students in these programs. CLTA prepared a formal objection to this plan and presented it to the panel. Bernie Rang will pay a personal visit to Senator Scott to express our dismay with this proposal.

Many fl teachers are being told that they must go back to get CLAD training. It is possible for the district to apply directly to the state for a credential.

CONFERENCE REPORT

Sue McKee reported that we have 353 paid registrations and over 400 in the computer. She thinks that we may have 550 in the end. The exhibits are sold out and we have needed to create 4 more booths. Paula will print 700 programs. We will have a different decorator for this conference. The Consulate booths will be outside of the Exhibit Hall, near the Registration desk. We may not have a speaker at the brunch.

Paula has started work with the 2007 conference committee.

Kathy Lynch will attend the conference from Thursday-Saturday. She will be introduced at the Friday banquet, will answer questions on Saturday morning and will speak briefly at the plenary.

NEWSLETTER EDITOR’S REPORT

Karen asked for photos of the Read Around the World and information about Duarte’s CABE award and about Christine Lanphere, our candidate for SWCOLT teacher of the year.

ADVERTISING

Nadine reported that we have more checks which have come in.
PRESIDENT ELECT’S REPORT

Lewie reported the winner of the splash page contest is the same as the winner last year. CLTA can decide what to do with the previous splash page. He distributed a history of hits on the newsletter. Lewie is now sending out a serial newsletter and is sending 2-3 articles per week out via e-mail. He is doing this to increase the communication with our members. He reminded affiliate reps to send Nadine events which they have scheduled to add to the CLTA calendar. We are also going to provide links to our advertisers.

Lewie said that when you want things send out, they need to come to him camera ready so that he can send things out.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

The President distributed her report.

Calendar for next year:

Sept. 16
Jan. 6
Feb. 24
Mar. 29-Apr. 1

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned at 4:00 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Susan E. Korsinen
CLTA Secretary