Date: Thursday, February 9, 2017
Time: 3:30 pm
Place: Behring Senior Center Lobby

SENIOR CITIZENS BOARD

A.
Call to Order and Roll Call
B.
Reading of the minutes
C.
Approve the Financial Statement
D.
Appearances by the Public
E.
Business:
1.
Updates from Strategic plan and the marketing of the Senior Center.
Individual Requesting Item
Tammy Derrickson
Expected Length of Discussion
5 minutes
2.
Act on applying for the Monroe Fund Grant
Individual Requesting Item
Tammy Derrickson
Expected Length of Discussion
5 minutes
3.
Discuss and possibly act on improving front area of landscaping including the flag pole on the South side of the building.
Individual Requesting Item
Paul Hannes
Expected Length of Discussion
10 minutes
4.
Act on installing building numbers on the building
Individual Requesting Item
Mary Deininger
Expected Length of Discussion
5 minutes
5.
Act on wellness center project
This would be done using Ruesh donated funds and includes flooring and painting in the wellness center.
Individual Requesting Item
Tammy Derrickson
Expected Length of Discussion
5 minutes
6.
Act on the annual Volunteer recognition dinner
Individual Requesting Item
Tammy Derrickson
Expected Length of Discussion
5 minutes
7.
Discuss upcoming program bringing "The Wall of Faces to Monroe" and act on support for Wisconsin Veterans Museum
The Behring Senior Center has secured The Wall of Faces for the month of October and formed a partnership with the Monroe Public Library and VFW. There is no charge to obtain the 17 panel wall honoring all 1162 men killed in the Vietnam War. Board will discuss a possible donation to Wisconsin Veterans Museum. Senior Director will update the board on this event and programs associated with it.
Individual Requesting Item
Tammy Derrickson
Expected Length of Discussion
5 minutes
F.
Adjournment
This Board may take any action it considers appropriate related to any item on this agenda.

Requests from person with disabilities who need assistance to participate in this meeting, including need for an interpreter, materials in alternate formats, or other accommodations, should be made to the Office of the City Clerk at (608) 329-2564 with as much advance notice as possible so that proper arrangements can be made.

Members: President Bill Schwaiger, Secretary Mary Deininger,  Paul Hannes, Ray F. Jones, Vicki Ingwell, Elaine Brukwicki, Charles Koch, and Jon Rufenacht, Kay Fazel

Youth in Government Member:  Linnea Tabaka