MINUTES ARE UNOFFICIAL UNTIL APPROVED
BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE HICKORY COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT
September 11, 2017
The regular meeting of the Hickory County Library Board
was held September 11, 2017 at 10:00am in the Hickory County Library Community Room, at the Hickory County Library, 18376
New Hermitage Drive, Hermitage, Missouri, 65668.
Geltmacher called the meeting to order at 10:16am.
President, Hal Geltmacher
Vice-President, Sharon Barrett
Secretary, Judy Baker
Stacy Coulsell, Library Administrator
Aubuchon attended via telephone. Attendance was taken via the expense voucher.
After reviewing the agenda Sharon Barrett moved to minutes as read. Judy Baker seconded
and the motion carried unanimously.
After reviewing the agenda Sharon
Barrett moved to accept the minutes as presented. Gerda Fitts seconded and the motion carried.
Library Administrator Stacy Coulsell gave her monthly report. Coulsell
reported that she had recently completed the Summer Reading Program Survey for the State Library and was compiling information
for the State Library Annual Statistical Report. Noting that all the summer programs had been well attended.
The Library will have one more special performance from Parasol Puppets on October 14, 2017. Coulsell
also reported that the laptops ordered through the Library’s Technology Ladder Grant were in place, and the Library
could now offer twelve spaces for adult computer classes and one unit was reserved for the Instructor. Bill
Arnold had begun utilizing the new computer lab on September 5, 2017 teaching a basic adult computer class. Coulsell
noted that the Lightning Lab would continue later that day with the Library’s iPad Lab, Osmo and Ozobot systems.
Computer Instructor Bill Arnold will be continuing his Outreach efforts with the Hickory Estates residents and McCarty
Senior Center patrons using the iPads as well. Coulsell reported that she had been in contact with both
the Head Start and Preschool groups and story hours with those groups would resume in October.
Administrator Coulsell presented the Financial Reports for August. The balance as
of September 11, 2017, was $68,577.86 this reflects the balance of both the Library accounts. After
hearing the Financial Reports for August, Sharon Barrett made the motion to accept the Financial Reports as presented. Judy
Baker seconded, and the motion carried unanimously.
Coulsell presented the Circulation Report for August, the Library had 32 new cards
during the month. Noting the highest overall circulation for the year of 4211. Highest
circulation in Periodicals, Children’s Fiction and Children’s Non-Fiction.
Under President’s Report there was none.
Under Friends-The Friends of the Library had a presence at the annual Harvest Festival hosting a book sale
booth. The Friends of the Library will host their annual book sale October 11-13, 2017.
Under Old Business-Administrator Coulsell reported that three of the salvaged laptops
had sold to date.
Under New Business President Hal Geltmacher is composing
a letter to State Representative Warren Love to address the issue of street signage already approved by the City of Hermitage
and to encourage MODOT to complete the project. Treasurer Gerda Fitts will discuss with Hermitage Mayor
about discussing this item as well.
The next meeting will return to
the regularly scheduled third Monday, October 16, 2017 at 10:00am.
no further business and hearing no public comment, the meeting adjourned at 10:55am.
Judy Baker, Secretary