|Folknet Board Elections
We are happy to announce 3 new members to the Folknet Board:.
Joe Troyan, Kerry Kean, Robin Stratton
Re- elected to new 3 year terms will be:
Larry Bruner, Red Chrosniak, Mike Harris, Joanne Laessig, Charlie Mosbrook, Ed Ollick, Becca Rhoades
Elected to a one year honorary non-voting term:
Ongoing board positions include:
Tom Ball, Rick Feinberg, Kate Kooser, Rick Szekelyi
We would like to thank outgoing board member Mal SanMarco. Mal will
continue to host our Loganberry Books open mic on the first Thursday of
Andrew Calhoun entertains Folknet members at the Church of the Good Shepherd with humor, history, and beautiful guitar work.
|Original and traditional
Folknet Open Mic
is led by Mallory San Marco
It will be held next at 7:30pm January 7th
|The next Folknet Meeting will be held:
January 27, 7:00PM
December meeting will be held online to allow the board to spend
Christmas off the road. Minutes and election results will be posted
. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Minutes to our Meetings are posted HERE
Passed away suddenly this past Thursday afternoon (January 21, 2016), of a heart attack.
Bob was the friendly man with the inimitable bouncy/syncopated bowing
style who often tapped both feet in rhythm while he played, in the
style of French Canadian fiddling, which he loved, studied, and
performed with his wife Margaret. When he wasn't working on a drilling
rig in the Gulf of Mexico he could be found at numerous jams,
festivals, and contra dances all over Northeast Ohio, most noteable with Mud In Yer Eye.
Funeral services for Bob will be held at
11 a.m. this Friday, January 29, 2016, at Our Lady Help of Christians
Parish, 8240 Buffham Rd., Lodi, Ohio. Father John Mullee will
officiate. The family will receive friends the preceding day, Thursday,
January 28, 2016 from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m., at Waite and Son Funeral
Home, 765 N. Court St., Medina, Ohio.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests making a donation to the charity of your choice.
|Taking care of our instruments|
Jim Kozel leads the Guitar Setup Workshop at Heights Music Shop presented with Folknet in December.