President Ken Bernard called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. In addition to the President and Secretary, the attendees were Lolitia Bache, Jim Cerveny, Cindy Cohagen, Linda Gorman, Tim Gorman, Ed Oleata, Jeff Rigdon, Bob Sieben, and Bill Stock.
Conducting an item of business deferred from the Annual Meeting, December 14, the members unanimously re-elected the current Officers for two-year terms expiring at the 1990 Annual Meeting, as follows:
President Vice President Treasurer Secretary
Ken Bernard Linda Gorman Tom Feeney Graeme Shirley
The Board approved the minutes of the meeting of December 14.
The President gave the Treasurer's report. The checking account balance was $14,061.47, while the certificates of deposit were another $16,000.
The Board named Henry Manley winner of the 1988 Bob Gilmore Award.
The Board authorized $1000 for the annual awards dinner and set the date as March 10.
Gorman announced the tentative scheduling of the Junior Olympic Track and Field meet for June 17 at SDSU.
Stock reminded the Board of the commitment to award $50 for first and $25 for second to the top SDIAC registrants in each division in the Fastest Masters April 22.
Rigdon reported on the officials clinic prior to the Feb. 4 SDSU All-Comers meet. Four attended. The Track and Field Officials elected: Cameron Stevenson, president; Joe Sapp, vice president; Wally Dibb, treasurer; Elizabeth Anthony, secretary. All but Dibb are new.
Cerveny announced the Open Track and Field Association Championship on May 26 at Balboa Stadium, if he can reserve the track.
Cohagen distributed copies of two printed forms, one for joining TAC, one promoting the SDIAC Challenge Series.
The Board unanimously approved Bernard's motion that SDIAC subsidize the SDTC News publication of the racing calendar to promote the TAC Challenge Series and to increase membership. Shirley abstained. The President appointed Cohagen to negotiate for SDIAC.
Oleata discussed the Masters Track and Field Association Championships, about June 24.
The Board approved a motion by Bernard authorizing the expenditure of $10 a week for someone to operate the lights at Balboa Stadium, with Sieben to coordinate.