Minutes from the April 13, 2021 Members General Meeting (Online)

by John Miller, Secretary

●  The meeting convened at 7:30 PM via Zoom and Yahoo (online).  There were initially about 47 Zoom attendees.

●  Victor Davis, Program Chair, introduced the evening’s guest speaker: Professor Alexandra Krull Davatzes, Associate Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Science at Temple University.  Her presentation was titled: “Precambrian Meteor Impacts and Implications for Early Earth.”  The talk was well-received. An extensive Q&A followed.

●  The Association member topics discussion began at 9:00 P.M.  Subjects included:

           *Astro Video processes and presentations.

           *Pending slate of candidates for the Board of Trustees, 2021-2022.

           *Observatory policy and procedures for 2021 (Covid modifications).

           *Observatory repair schedule, permit reviews and possible adjustments.

●  Observatory Chair, David Skitt, invited AAAP members to visit the observatory April 16 to review the current equipment and observatory procedures.  He added there is a AAAP member Memorial Day solar observing session in the planning.

●  A Board of Trustees candidate slate was presented for 2021 – 2022:

           *Rex Parker, Director

           *Larry Kane, Assistant Director

           *John Miller, Secretary

           *Michael Mitrano, Treasurer

           *Victor Davis, Program Chair

           David and Jennifer Skitt, Observatory Co-chairs

●  The meeting adjourned at 10 P.M.

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