Cobblestone Farm Association committees await your ideas and involvement:
Contact the names following the description of your interest area(s)
The CFA president acts as an ex-officio member to all committees.
President George Taylor @ 734/434-4753, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Development Committee of the Cobblestone Farm Association has overall responsibility for developing funding sources and raising funds for the organization so that it may fulfill its mission. This includes the formulation and implementation of a plan for an endowment campaign and the research and development of new sources of funding.
Rodger “Jesse” Cope,
Jane Carr, @ 734/483-0559, email@example.com
Working as an integral part of the Development committee, the Membership committee endeavors to increase Association membership and donorship. Its responsibilities include accepting all membership payments, transferring all moneys to the Association Treasurer for deposit, acknowledging in writing all membership and gift moneys, maintaining a master roster of current members, and maintaining lists of Annual Association Meeting attendance.
Jane Carr H 483-0559, CELL 834-2733, thecarrs@provide..net
SPECIAL EVENTS/LIVING HISTORY
In tandem with the Development and Membership Committees, the Fundraising Committee assists in the design and development of a yearly cycle of fundraising events, solicitation mailings and grant proposals.
This committee has overall responsibility for the restoration and reinstallation of the Ticknor-Campbell house to its earliest period of occupancy through research and implementation of authentic 1845 to 1860 treatments for a Washtenaw County, Michigan farmstead. In close cooperation with the Collections and Garden Committees, the Restoration Committee is responsible for developing and revising both short-term and long-term plans to meet the Association's mission and for the meticulous documentation of all changes.
Scott Diels @H 734/747-8131, W 734/747-8252, firstname.lastname@example.org
In close cooperation with the Restoration Committee and in compliance with approved restoration plans the Collections committee's mission is to recreate the interior and exterior furnishings of the Cobblestone Farm to reflect its appearance in 1845-60 as accurately as possible. To do so, the committee locates, researches and recommends appropriate new acquisitions to enhance the collection and through research and documentation, maintains, protects and has custody of the entire collection.
In cooperation with the Restoration Committee's long- and short term plans for meeting the Association's mission, the Garden Committee's mission is to develop the most appropriate landscape possible for the setting of Cobblestone Farm's resources by means of careful research, implementation and documentation of changes.
Jane Carr, @ 734/483-0559, email@example.com,
Jane Carr, @ 734/483-0559, firstname.lastname@example.org, Eileen Skinner
The Bylaws committee is responsible for ongoing review of the Association's bylaws, including the mission statement.
The duties of the Nominating Committee are to develop, cultivate and maintain a list of potential Directors together with descriptions of their special skills and interests, so as to provide qualified candidates both for the Annual Association meeting's slate and for filling vacancies in unexpired terms. The Committee is responsible for providing the slate for the Annual Meeting's elections.
George Taylor @ H 734/434-4753, email@example.com