First State Bank Office
Board Meeting Minutes
October 25, 2016
ATTENDANCE: Present – Dana Dunn, Scott Holmer, Pat King, Andrew McCoy,
Pam Bauer (via telephone)
Guest: Amanda Harrison from the United Way of Clinton County
MINUTES: The minutes of the September 27, 2016 meeting were reviewed. Scott Holmer moved to accept as submitted, Andrew McCoy second, motion passed.
REPORT: Scott Holmer reported on financials. Please see attached. Andrew McCoy moved that the financial report be approved, Pat King second, motion passed.
REQUESTS: No current requests. Pat reported that Tim Fauley repaired the PMAP printer at no charge.
HEALTH CLINIC: Dana reported that Linda Falgner from the Blanchester School System has
started researching the potential for a SBHC for the Blanchester schools and
wanted us to be aware of those efforts.
MONTH: Dana reported that Laura Knisely will be writing an article for the News Journal.
TUESDAY: Dana reminded members of “Giving Tuesday” on November 29. Jan has arranged for “news bites” at the local radio station with interviews involving funds in the Clinton County Foundation. Dana suggested that Pat and Pam speak about the Community Health Needs Assessment.
TRADEMARK: Discussion ensued about the need to trademark “HealthFirst for Clinton County”.
Andrew agreed to file the paper work.
UNITED WAY: Amanda Harrison from the United Way of Clinton County shared an overview of
Clinton County support for the United Way, pointing out that contributions have
decreased by more than $100,000 dollars since 2013 while needs have
increased. She shared that currently 40% of contributions come from one
employer in the county and the efforts that UW is making to create more funding
diversity. Currently, 98.5% of the funds collected from Clinton County stay in
Amanda also shared that with the assistance of a state grant, 211 service will
soon be active in Clinton County.
ADJOURNMENT: The meeting adjourned at 9:00 a.m. The next meeting will be November 22, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. at the First State Bank Office.
Patricia King Dana Dunn