Annual Meeting Recap - January 2022
Thursday, January 20, 2022

The monthly meeting of the Williston Basin Chapter of the API was held on January 4, 2022. Ken Callahan thanked the bartender and serving staff of the Four Points. 

Treasurer’s Report: December:
Beginning Bal: $44,474.91
Deposits: $45,146.50
Checks Written: $22,702.55
Interest Earned: $1.20
Ending Balance: $66,920.06
Scholarship Fund: $9,993.76
Cd’s $6,075.29, $6,073.96, $6,134.67

Donations Made: December:
Dee James-DMJ Productions $1,000
WHS Close Up $1,000 
NW ND Community Foundation Harmonic Creative World $1,000
CHI St. Alexius Cancer Resources Wigs $1,000 
Williston Police Association 1,000 
Williston Police Association Holiday event $500
Christmas for Kids $1,000

Giving Hearts Day is Feb 10th this year. The board presented their recommendations for local companies on the giving hearts day matching donation list.
4 Luv of Dog Rescue - $1000
Boy Scouts of America, Northers Lights Council - $1000
Dakota Boys & Girls Ranch - $1000
Salvation Army Williston - $1000
Upper Missouri Ministries - $1000
Williston Trinity Christian School - $1000
Nexus Path - $1000
Great Plains Food Bank - $1000
Make A Wish - $6000 (ahead of Giving Hearts Day so others can use our money to match)
Williston Parks & Rec - $5000

The board is open to bids for official photographer. Posting will go out and bids are due mid-February for board review. Request for RFP can be sent to attention Jared Iverson.

Jeff Zarling presented Protect ND Constitution need for support and donation.

Haley Jeannotte presented on District #7 project to extend training and learning centers in the classroom & instructors.

Ron Ness presented an update on the Bakken. 

Jonathan Iblings had decided to resign from the board after 9 years of service. He was presented with a service award.

Our next meeting will be held on February 1st at Four Points by Sheraton Williston. The Program is MHA Tribal Employment Rights Office (Tero) regulations updates presented by Kelsey Packineau.