Showing posts from March, 2019
Saginaw Collaborative, Inc. is excited to present our new organizational logo.  The logo was designed by HouseDesign Co., an Etsy organization.  Their website is  Please consider using them in the future. They presented three great options and the Board was happy to choose this one as our logo:
Saginaw Collaborative, Inc. March 21, 2019 Minutes 1. Call to Order 2. Approval of Minutes 3. Beth Sorenson Prince 4. Update on organizational progress 5. Focus Group Invitations 6. Review and approval of Licensing and Property Agreement 7. Community Initiative Grant Proposal - moved under update on organizational progress Call to Order at 6:36pm Roger is unavailable  Present: Cathy Macomber, Joyce Seals, Stacy Balton, Vanessa Brooks Herd, Debbie Davis, Dawn Goodrow, Jim Williams, Evelyn McGovern -           Guest: Beth Sorenson Prince, CAN Approval of Minutes – No objections Beth Sorenson Prince – Community Advancement Network – Secretary has a copy of the handout. Pam Evans (consultant) Impact Capacity Assessment Tool – Strengths and Opportunities – Larger Community Impact Information about the iCAT is available on line. Board Members will participate in the completion of the iCAT. Some of this data will be used by our consultant in working wi

Minutes - February 28, 2019

Minutes - Saginaw Collaborative, Inc. February 28, 2019 In Attendance: Cathy Macomber, Roger Scovill, Debbie Davis, Stacy Balton, Evilyn McGovern, Joyce Seals, Jim Williams, Vanessa Brooks-Herd, Dawn Goodrow Call to order at 6:46pm 1. Minutes from Dec and Jan - no objections 2. WTA Contract - received, signed, and mailed back. No word on when they will start. 3. Budget - draft based on meeting with Presbytery. Secretary of the Board has a hard copy of the Draft Budget. A letter came from the Treasury Department (2/28) wanting more information - information being asked for is already in the amendment documents provided to the Treasury (JW will contact Treasury). Warren Avenue Presbyterian Church has funds for the project through March, 2019.  Saginaw Collaborative will be the property manager. The Presbytery intends that we will get the money that was left to the church. A letter came from CAN for grant funds that appears to be 50% rather than 60% (Jim Williams will be contact