BYLAW RESOLUTION PASSED
The bylaw resolution printed in the February and June issues of Allegro was unanimously passed by the Executive Board. Since a quorum of members did not attend the June 29 membership meeting, the Executive Board had the authority to pass the resolution by itself. The resolution increases the amount of money the union can award to bargaining units who qualify for reimbursement of outside legal fees.
An electric cello was left in the back of a taxi on May 20. It was in a shiny black cello-shaped hardshell case covered with lots of stickers. Also in the case were some effects pedals and other accessories. If you see any electric cellos for sale in pawn shops, on eBay.com or at any other venue, it could be this missing cello. Reward offered for safe return. Please call (917) 385-6782 or e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WOMEN’S SUPPORT GROUP
The Actors’ Fund is sponsoring an eight-week group for women in mid-life exploring issues relating to the challenges of aging in the entertainment community. For more information please call Carol Mannes at (212) 221-7300 ext. 143.
JUNE 2004 ALLEGRO CORRECTIONS
- Last month’s MAP column was written by Leslie Cardell, not Mitch Weiss.
- Contrary to last month’s Allegro (page 4), Anna Reinersman is indeed the regular harpist in “The Producers.” Michelle Gott is a sub.