Friday, October 28, 2016

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS October 27, 2016 MEETING

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS October 27, 2016  MEETING

Members present:
Joseph Valentinetti, Joe Osuna, Oralia Osuna, Paul Basset, Anna Derby, John Robinson, Richard Houck, Bonnie Cooper, Bob Slater, Bill Frambach, Mary Apt, Bob Slater, Mary Milhone, Eunis Christensen, Bill Holden.
Minutes:  
Members had read the minutes on line. Richard Houck moved that the minutes be approved. Joe Osuna seconded. The minutes were unanimously approved.
Treasurer: 
The September treasurer’s report showed a bank balance of $1540.57 in the bank account. Petty cash $90. Joe Osuna moved to accept the treasurer’s report. Seconded by Bill Frambach. Report approved. The VPC received a letter of appreciation and a $100 contribution from Ren Villaneuva for covering his FALW event. Bob McCauley from Superwire donated $500.
Birthdays
            None

Old Business
·         Coffee was provided as requested.

New Business:  

·         The election of officers is held in October. Joseph Valentinetti nominated Joe Osuna for Vice President; Janice Laine for Secretary, and Lorene Christian for Treasurer. Joe Osuna nominated Joseph Valentinetti for President. There were no other nominations; therefore,  the nominees were duly elected.
President:                                        Joseph Valentinetti
Vice President:                                     Joe Osuna
Secretary:                                           Janice Laine
Treasurer:                                        Lorene Christian

·         Our annual Holiday party will be November 7 in Club House 4, Section A. Room open for VPC from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. John’s Philly Grill will cater. Ben Berg will be the entertainment.
·         Joseph Valentinetti will start a class on how to use your phone for videoing events. He demonstrated an adapter that can be attached to a table tripod to keep the phone steady. He plans on presenting other classes to Leisure World groups so they can do their own filming. The club will assist them in editing.
·         Joseph requested $100 to buy several of these tripods and adapters. Bill Frambach moved that the money be allotted. Seconded by Joe Osuna. Unanimously approved.

Round Table Discussion: 

·         Paul Bassett completed a video on the ribbon cutting at the globe event. He also worked on videos of Cabaret and the Rock and Roll show. Paul reported that GRF employees will no long be using hard discs but rather will rely on videos being uploaded to youtube for viewing.
·         New VPC member Mary Milhone is learning how to change VHS to DVD.
·         Bonnie informed the club of Kate Pedigo’s injury and recovery. She is finishing the video on the new torah presented to Galeet Slater.
·         Joe Osuna reported that GRF has approved a new air conditioner. He is working with the new Drone Club. Joe will be clearing out most of the files on our computers prior to 2016 and suggested that members come and take their files if they want them.
·         New VPC member, Eunis Christensen, is eager to learn how to use the VPC equipment.
·         Richard Houck is working on the video about his trip to San Francisco and he’s planning another video on the radio club.
·         Bob Slater reported on the discussions about whether to allow drones to fly over Leisure World


Respectfully submitted,
Janice Laine



Friday, September 23, 2016

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS September 22, 2016 MEETING

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS September 22, 2016 MEETING

Members present:
Joseph Valentinetti, Joe Osuna, Oralia Osuna, Kate Pedigo, Paul Basset, Brian Harmon, Anna Derby, Howard Jarvis, John Robinson, Ren Villanueva, Richard Houck, Bonnie Cooper.

Minutes:  
Members had read the minutes on line. Paul Bassett noted some discrepancies listed in the Treasurer’s report; however, the totals were correct. Richard Houck moved that the minutes be approved. Joe Osuna seconded. The minutes were unanimously approved.

Treasurer: 
The September treasurer’s report showed a bank balance of $1440.57 in the bank account; deposited a $100 donation from the Filipino Association making the balance $1540.57. Petty cash started at $95 - spent $5.00 for cookies; leaving a balance of $90.00 in petty cash. Brian Harmon moved to accept the treasurer’s report. Seconded by Joe Osuna. Report approved.
Birthdays
            Michael Oh
            Janice Laine

Old Business
·         Coffee set up was not provided until the end of the meeting. Administration was notified.

New Business:  
·         Our annual Holiday party will be November 7 in Club House 4, Section A. Room open for VPC from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. John’s Philly Grill will cater. Ben Berg will be the entertainment.
·         Election of officers will be at October meeting. Please submit names prior to the meeting.
·         Members need to pay $.25 for the blank discs that they use. There is a box with change near the discs.

Round Table Discussion: 
·         Janice Laine completed a video on the Lapidary room
·         Joe Osuna is videotaping the new Drone Club. Some residents have been concerned with their privacy regarding use of drones. Joe gave directions on how to render discs for SBTV3 and Superwire. 
·         Brian Harmon is recording Mary Apte speech on life story writing – her story and then Brian’s story. He is going to Viet Nam to film. His Power Point on Mongolia is completed.
·         Anna Derby thanked Paul and Michael on the work they did on the amphitheater show.
·         Lynn Choe praised Bonnie for the video she took of Lynn’s practice speech.
·         Bonnie just finished Taylor’s show. She filmed Lorene Christian’s interview with Margot Wintermode for the Inside Leisure World show.
·         John Robinson finished the American Legion video and the Doo Wop video.
·         Richard Houck completed the ILW video on emergency preparedness. In addition, he is producing a video on his trip to San Francisco and he’s planning another video on the radio club.
·         Ren Villanueva expressed his gratitude to the club for their work on his recent Filipino Association event. He submitted a copy of it to the Historical society.
·         Paul Bassett made a video of the Cabaret show and will film the unveiling of the globe on October 8.
·          
Robin Forte-Lincke 
Spoke about the Seal Beach city elections. SBTV3 will make their own videos of the candidates and run them frequently. They will not accept outside political videos. She went over the directions for rendering video sound for SBTV3.


Respectfully submitted,
Janice Laine

Friday, September 16, 2016

PACKING A PROJECT TO EXPORT TO ANOTHER WORK STATION

Exporting Projects
You can export your CyberLink PowerDirector projects by packing all the materials in a folder on your computer's hard drive or thumb drive or other storage device.
Exported projects can then be imported into another computer running CyberLink PowerDirector.
To export it to a folder select File > Pack Project Materials and follow the directions.
To re-load use:
Insert project on the file menu in Power Director.
Note: * optional feature in CyberLink PowerDirector. Check the version

table on our web site for detailed versioning information.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS August 25, 2016 MEETING

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS August 25, 2016 MEETING

Members present: Joseph Valentinetti, Joe Osuna, Oralia Osuna, Kate Pedigo, Paul Basset, Loreen Christian, Brian Harmon, Anna Derby, Bill Frambach, John Robinson, Ren Villanueva.

Minutes:  Members had read the minutes on line. Richard Houck moved that the minutes be approved. Joe Osuna seconded. The minutes were unanimously approved.

Treasurer:  The August treasurer’s report showed a balance of $1340.57 in the bank account; deposited a $100 donation making the balance $1440.57. Petty cash started at $160 - spent $85.32 for an Apple drive; added $10 for a new membership leaving a balance of $95. in petty cash. Paul Bassett reported that he received 3 donations: $1 anonymously; Taylor White gave $50; the Korean American group gave $100 (this $151.00 will be deposited). John Robinson moved to accept the treasurer’s report. Seconded by Joe Osuna. Report approved.
Old Business
·         The necessary forms that need to be completed when submitting videos are on our blog.
·         Names of those members volunteering for KIO are on the calendar.
New Business:  
·         Joe Osuna reported that Power Director also makes slide shows.
·         One of our batteries broke. Members were asked to please report any broken equipment.
ILW 
The ILW for October is being done by Bonnie Cooper who will be interviewing members of the Red Hat club with Janice Laine and Bill Holden as the crew.

 Round Table Discussion:  Kate Pedigo reported that she is featured in today’s Leisure World newspaper and she thanks everyone for making her birthday party a success. Richard Houck is hosting an ILW program on preparedness safety and plans to do another one on radios. He just returned from a lengthy trip around Oregon and Northern California. John Robinson presented papers to the Jet Propulsion Laboratories and NASA on his travels. He is making a slide show. Brian Harmon has returned from Mangolia and will soon travel to Viet Nam and Malaysia. He is running a two-part show on the Black Panthers on SBTV-3 and Superwire. Ren Villanueva returned after four months. He is working on the Filipino Association’s fund raising dinner and requested a crew. John Robinson and Michael Oh volunteered.
Robin Forte-Lincke 
Thanked Bonnie for all her work on Kate’s party and reported that many of the problems at SBTV3 have been resolved.

 Respectfully submitted,
 Janice Laine

Saturday, August 27, 2016

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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

July 28, 2016 MEETING


MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS July 28, 2016 MEETING
The meeting was called to order at 9:00.
Members present: Joseph Valentinetti, Joe Osuna, Oralia Osuna, Kate Pedigo, Bonnie Z Cooper,  Paul Basset, Loreen Christian, Bill Holden, Howard Jarvis, Brian Harmon, Dee Harmon, Anna Derby, Andrew Kim, Bill Frambach. Also in attendance was VPC’s newest member, Andrew Kim.
Minutes:  Members had read the minutes on line. Brian Harman moved that the minutes be approved. Howard Jarris seconded. The minutes were approved.
Treasurer:  The July treasurer’s report showed a balance of $1340.57 in the bank account and $160.00 in petty cash. Tommy Williams donated $100 to the club.
Bonnie moved to accept the treasurer’s report. Seconded by Bill Frambach. Report approved.
Acknowledgement: Special thanks to Tommy Williams for bringing donuts in appreciation of the work the VPC has provided especially his recent “Cabaret” production and also for the many other videos the club has completed.
New Business:  
ILW The September 2016 Inside Leisure World is being hosted Joe Osuna. Joe will interview Pastor Bruce Humes and his wife dancer Margaret Humes, of the First Christian Church.
Round Table Discussion:  Kate Pedigo is thankful for our work. Oralia and Joe filmed Amy Walker’s International Dance Show currently showing on Superwire. They also filmed their trip to the beach which is showing on Superwire and SBTV3. Bonnie Cooper is working on 4 projects including GAF, Red Hats and other shows. Brian and Dee Harmon have completed two 30-minute shows regarding the Black Panthers. Further, Brian has just returned from Mongolia where he conducted many interviews and will be producing a show. Bill Holden worked on the 4th of July program and crewed for Bonnie on the Red Hat show.
Robin Forte-Lincke spoke at length about the many changes made at the SBTV3 studio and about the Wave awards.

Friday, July 1, 2016

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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS JUNE 22, 2016 MEETING

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS JUNE 22, 2016 MEETING

Members present: Joseph Valentinetti, Joe Osuna, Oralia Osuna, Bob Slater, Bonnie Z Cooper, Paul Bassett, Lorene Christian, Michael Oh, Janice Laine, Kate Pedigo, Bill Holden, Howard Jarvis.

Minutes: The minutes were read. Bill Holden moved to accept the minutes. Joe Osuna seconded. Minutes were unanimously approved.

Treasurer: The April treasurer’s report showed $1,340.57 in the checking account and $80.50 in petty cash. Since the club has decided to have coffee and cookies at the meetings, Howard Jarvis donated $100 to cover the cost. This was put into petty cash making it a total of $180.50. Joe Osuna moved to accept the treasurer’s report, Howard Jarvis seconded. Unanimously approved.

Birthdays:  there were none.

New Business:
Thanks to Bob Slater for hanging all the pictures and awards in our new locale.

The July Inside Leisure World, featuring 105-year-old Kate Pedigo,was filmed in our new studio. The VPC will be doing more ILW shows here rather than going to SBTV-3’s studio in downtown Seal Beach.

Joseph encouraged VPC members to plan more ILW shows that can be done both in this new studio and out-and-about Leisure World. In the past, shows were only filmed in the SBTV-3 studio.

On the VPC website is a folder with the opening and closing for ILW to be added to new shows.

A story about the VPC was in the current Leisure World newspaper as a call for new members. VPC volunteers were requested to put further stories in the paper to let Leisure World residents know that the VPC welcomes new members and asking those interested to drop by during KIO hours. Joe Osuna volunteered to do the next newspaper article and took a picture of all the VPC members present at the monthly meeting to be included in the article he would submit that day.

Round Table Discussion:
Paul Bassett talked about his need for a crew for his project the Fourth of July event. He has Michael and Joe scheduled to be on camera.
Michael Oh filmed the Suede Soul Dancers on June 18 with Gui at second camera.
Joe Osuna reported that Robin could not be at the meeting because of the many changes being made at SBTV-3. Further, he explained the folder on the desk top of “August Shows for SBTV-3.”  
Bill Holden reported that he found the door unlocked. The new doors need to be checked to see that they are truly locked when members leave. Bill interviewed Kate Pedigo and Bonnie Cooper filmed a show.
Bonnie Cooper thanked Kate for allowing the interview. Bonnie is planning a party for Kate’s 106 birthday in club house 3. She also completed a film about a guide dog for a blind resident that had to be retired. That person is getting a new guide dog.

Respectfully submitted,

Janice Laine

Summer Movies 2016



Tuesday, May 31, 2016

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS MAY 26, 2016 MEETING

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS MAY 26, 2016 MEETING

The meeting was called to order at 9:03.

Members present: Joseph Valentinetti, Joe Osuna, Oralia Osuna, Richard Houck, Bob Slater, Bonnie Z Cooper, Paul Basset, Lorene Christian, Anna Derby, Michael Oh, Janice Laine, Kate Pedigo, Bill Holden.

Minutes: The minutes were read. Mary Apte moved to accept the minutes. Joe Osuna seconded. Minutes were unanimously approved.

Treasurer: The April treasurer’s report showed $1,508.57 was deposited in the new U.S. Bank account. Last month it was voted on to move the checking account from the NuVision Credit Union who began charging $6 a month service charge to the U. S. Bank which had no service charge. Joe Osuna was reimbursed $36.73.   $58 was moved over to petty cash making petty cash $100.50. This left a balance of $1471.84 in the U.S. Bank account.    $5 was found and put in petty cash making that balance $105.50.

Birthdays:  there were none.

New Business:
For April’s Inside Leisure World Bonnie and Joseph filmed it here in the new VPC room instead of downtown Seal Beach at the SBTV3 studio where it is regularly filmed.

Joe presented a handout with much needed information including:
2.       The new phone has message capabilities.
3.       The new requirements for MPeg2 - the audio has changed.
4.       VPC’s facebook page that you can post on directly. The account is “LW Video Producers Club.”
5.       VPC now has a dedicated WiFi line.
6.       Two new mics were bought that fit our cameras
 Joseph and Joe will be giving tutorials on the use of the new mics, packaging your project so you can move from one computer to another, and how to use the new phones/answering machine
.Joseph reported on the move and on the things that still need to be done.
Joseph suggested that we put a basket at our door with free DVDs of videos that VPC made.

Round Table Discussion:
Mary Apte is working on some projects; Joe Osuna Hawaiian Night Event; Bonnie Cooper teaching Bill Holden and Lorene Christian Power Director and party for Kate Pedigo; Richard Houck Expo for March and will do ILW for September; Paul Bassett and crew for Memorial Day tribute.

Respectfully submitted,
Janice Laine


Friday, April 29, 2016

MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS April 27, 2016 MEETING


MINUTES FOR THE VIDEO PRODUCERS April 27, 2016 MEETING

The meeting was called to order at 9:00.

Members present: Joseph Valentinetti, Joe Osuna, Richard Houck, Bob Slater, Bonnie Z Cooper, John Robinson, Paul Basset, Loreen Christian, Dee Harman,  Anna Derby, Michael Oh, Ray Jarris, Janice Laine, Beverly Bender, Kate Pedigo, Bill Frambach.

Minutes:  The minutes were read. Ray Jarris moved that the minutes be approved. Bob Slater seconded. The minutes were unanimously approved.

Treasurer:  The February treasurer’s report showed a balance of $1529.57 in the bank account and $42.50 in petty cash. Expenditure for February was $25.00 for a table at the Expo. Anna Derby moved to accept the report and Joe Osuna seconded. Unanimously approved

Discussion followed about the NuVision account that will not waive the $6.00 fee on the checking account unless there's a $1200 balance. Joseph Valentinetti suggested that we do away with the checking account and just use the savings account. Bob Slater says that his U.S. Bank does not charge for a checking account and that his bank is open six days a week unlike NuVision which is only open three days a week. Bill Frambach moved that we have the treasurer move our money to a new account at U.S. Bank contingent on possible problems with U.S. Bank. Kate Pedigo seconded. Unanimously approved.

Birthdays: Bonnie Z Cooper

New Business  
Thanks to the crew for the Expo. Many thanks to Mary Apt for the extensive work on the flyer.

Joseph Chavez is in the Quaker Garden convalescent hospital.

Joseph Valentinetti pointed out that usually the percentage of members in a group who perform valuable services is low; however, he is happy to note that the majority of our VPC members are active.

SBTV-3 is having considerable problems with their servers so ILW is being filmed in the VPC studio. Bonnie Z will host Taylor White and Sally Glaussen about the upcoming Leisure World Theater Club events. 

The VPC is moved to a new location in Club House 3, Room B. Maintenance will help us move on Friday 4/29 and Monday 5/2. All the members were asked to help in any way they are able.

Joe Osuna reported on the need for microphones for our cameras. He discussed the various microphone and their cost. John Robinson moved to purchase two microphones. Seconded by Richard Houck.

GRF requires that we add a new disclaimer to the beginning of our videos when we use GRF purchased equipment and or the GRF owned studio (Room A Clubhouse 3.This disclaimer is in addition to the Superwire and SBTV-3 disclaimers. Since the required disclaimer is rather long and onerous, it will be discussed with GRF at a later time.

Round Table Discussion: Projects included: John Robinson – The American Legion 50th year in LeisureWorld; Richard Houck – Radio Club, Queen Mary; Janice Laine – Expo, Move; Mary Apt – video she's making about wrecking her car (Bob Slater assisting), Move, Expo, Harmonizing show; Joe Osuna – new member Andrew will work with Paul Bassett on Mac; Bonnie Cooper – ILW Theater Club; Dee Harmon – Harmonizing.

Respectfully submitted,
Janice Laine

Monday, March 28, 2016

ILW 03.25.2016

Guest Mayor Sandra Massa-Lavitt

Crew Robin Forte-Lincke and Rob Roy in the control room

Guest  with host Bob Slater during sound checks




Sunday, February 28, 2016

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Bob Slater


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Control room Rack

Joe Osuna & Bob Slater

Host Mary Apte

Friday, February 5, 2016

Friday, January 22, 2016

No. __ _
VIDEO PRODUCERS CLUB
This agreement is made on 2016, between Golden Rain Foundation,
13531 St. Andrews Drive, Seal Beach, California 90740, a California Corporation
(hereinafter referred to as "GRF"), and the Video Producers Club (hereinafter referred to
as "CLUB") who agrees as follows:
1. OPENING CLAUSES
This agreement is made with reference to the following facts and objectives:
A. GRF is the owner of the premises which consist of room A in Clubhous~
Three (3) building of 1,143 square feet located at 1421 Northwood Road.
CLUB is willing to lease the space from GRF pursuant to the provisions
stated in this agreement.
B. Tenant has examined the premises and fully accepts its present condition.
2. TERM
The term of this lease shall be one (1) year commencing February 1, 2016, and
shall expire January 31, 2017. GRF sha!1 have the option to review this
Agreement annually and renew for additional one (1) year periods.
3. ANNUAL RENTAL AND TAXES
CLUB shall pay to GRF an annual rent of $1 .00 per year in advance on the first
day of each yearly term, commencing on the date the term commences.
GRF shall pay all real property taxes, general and special assessments levied
and assessed for the building. {,-:c( VI J~ 6 / t0J' Uv1.~t
4. USAGE
CLUB wishes to lease this space for the purposes of video production, provide
volunteers to: staff CLUB's activities; schedule; obtain speakers and publicize
(as stated in Policy 1406-50) the meetings and programs of the CLUB; engage in
any other activities which further the purposes of the CLUB; and to further the
benefits to the shareholder/members.
CLUB's use of the premises as provided in this Agreement shall be in
accordance with the following:
A. CLUB or its members shall not operate as a business.
B. CLUB shall not do, bring or keep anything in or about the premises that
will cause the cancellation of any GRF insurance covering the premises.
C. CLUB shall comply with GRF policies and procedures.
D. CLUB shall comply with the CLUB's Bylaws attached to this Agreement
and shall include a resolution from the CLUB's Board of Directors
authorizing the President to sign this agreement.
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E. CLUB shall comply with all of the regulations and rules of CLUB's use of
the premises including, without limitation, the obligation at CLUB's cost to
alter, maintain the alterations or restore the premises in compliance and
conformity with all regulations and rules relating to the condition, use, or
occupancy of the premises during the term. .
F. CLUB shall not use the premises in any manner that will constitute waste,
nuisance, or unreasonable annoyance to occupants of adjacent premises
or property.
5. MAINTENANCE
GRF shall provide janitorial services and maintain, in good condition, all portions
of the premises.
A. CLUB shall be liable for any damage to the premises resulting from the
acts or omissions of CLUB, members or any of its authorized
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rep resentatives.
CLUB shall not make any alterations to the premises without GRF's
consent. Any alterations made shall remain on and be surrendered with
the premises on expiration or termination of the lease. GRF can elect
within six (6) months before expiration of the term, to require CLUB to
remove any alteration that CLUB has made to the premises. If GRF so
elects, CLUB at its cost, shall restore the premises to the original
condition.
If CLUB makes any alterations to the premises as provided in this
paragraph, the alterations shall not be commenced until seven (7)
business days after GRF has received notice from CLUB stating the date
that the installation of the alterations is to commence so that GRF can
post and record an appropriate notice of non-responsibility.
6. UTILITIES AND SERVICES
GRF will pay for all heat, light, power and water. GRF states that said premises,
and every part thereof, and all inside and outside tile, window and other structural
glass and other glazing, electric, plumbing, heating and lighting fixtures and
locks, bolts, wiring, heating systems and other fixtures, including sewer system,
in and about the said premises are at the date hereof in good order, condition
and repair.
7. INDEMNITY AND EXCULPATION
GRF shall not be liable to CLUB for any damages to CLUB or CLUB's property
from any cause. CLUB waives all claims against GRF for damage to person or
property arising for any reason .
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CLUB shall hold GRF harmless from all damages arising out of any such
damage. A party's obligation under this paragraph to indemnify and hold the
other party harmless shall be limited to the sum that exceeds the amount of
insurance proceeds, if any, received by the party being indemnified.
Any CLUB's activities which require special insurance not mentioned herein will
be maintained by CLUB. Proof of such insurance shall be provided annually to '
GRF.
8. ASSIGNMENT
CLUB shall not voluntarily assign or encumber its interest in this lease or in th~
premises, or sublease all or part of the premises, or allow any other person or
entity to occupy or use all or any part of the premises, without first obtaining
GRF's consent. Any assignment, encumbrance, or sublease without GRF's
consent shall be voidable and, at GRF's election, shall constitute a default. No
consent to any assignment, encumbrance or sublease shall constitute a further
waiver of the provisions of this paragraph.
Any dissolution merger or consolidation of CLUB shall be deemed an involuntary
assignment and shall constitute a default of CLUB. GRF shall have the right to
elect to terminate this Agreement, in which case the lease shall not be treated as
an asset of CLUB.
No interest of CLUB in this Agreement shall be assignable by operation of law.
9. DEFAULT
The occurrence of any of the following shall constitute a default by CLUB.
A. Failure to pay rent when due.
B. Abandonment and vacating of the premises for thirty (30) consecutive
days.
C. Failure to perform any other provision of the Agreement if the failure to
perform is not cured within thirty (30) days after notice has been given to
CLUB. If a default cannot reasonably be cured with in thirty (30) days,
CLUB shall not be in default of this Agreement jf CLUB commences to
cure the default within the 30-day period and diligently and in good faith
continues to cure the default.
Notice given under this paragraph shall specify the alleged default in the
applicable agreement provisions, and shall demand that tenant perform the
provisions of this Agreement, or surrender the premises. No such notice shall be
deemed a forfeiture or a termination of this lease unless GRF so elects in the
Notice.
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GRF shall have the following remedies if CLUB commits a default. These
remedies are not exclusive; they are cumulative in addition to any remedies now
or later allowed by Law.
A. GRF may at its option terminate this lease and CLUB's right to
possession of the premises at any time upon the giving of thirty (30) days'
notice to quit. No act by GRF other than giving notice to CLUB shall
terminate this Agreement.
B. GRF, at any time after CLUB commits a default, can cure the default at
CLUB's cost. If GRF at any time, by reason of CLUB's default, pays any
sum or does any act that requires the payment of any sum, the sum paid
by CLUB shall be due immediately from CLUB to GRF at the time the
sum is paid, and if paid at a later date shall bear interest at the rate of 10
percent (10%) per annum from the date the sum is paid.
10. RIGHT OF ENTRY
In addition to normal usage of the facilities, GRF and its authorized
representatives shall have the right to enter the premises at all reasonable times
to determine wr.ether the premises are in good condition and whether CLUB is
complying with its obligations under the Agreement.
11. NOTICE
Any notice, demand, request, consent, approval, or communication that either
party desires or is required to give to the other party or any other person shall be
in writing and either served personally or sent by prepaid, first class mail.
Any notice, demand, request, consent, approval, or communication that either
party desires or is required to give to the other party shall be addressed to the
other party at the address set forth on page 5 of this Agreement.
Either party may change its address by notifying the other party of the change of
address. Notice shall be deemed communicated within forty-eight (48) hours
from the time of mailing as provided in this section.
12.WAIVER
No delay or omission in the exercise of any right or remedy of GRF on any
default by CLUB shall impair such a right or remedy or be construed as a
waiver. GRF's consent to or approval of any act by CLUB requiring GRF's
consent or approval shall not be deemed to waive or render unnecessary GRF's
consent to or approval of any subsequent act by CLUB.
Any waiver by GRF of any default must be in writing and shall not be a waiver of
any other default concerning the same or any other provision of the Agreement.
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13.ATTORNEY'S FEES
If either party becomes a party of any litigation concerning this Agreement, the
premises or the building or other improvement on which the premises are
located, by reason of any act or omission of the other party or its authorized
representatives, the party that causes the other party to become involved in the
litigation shall be liable for that party for reasonable attorney fees and court
costs incurred by it in the litigation.
If either party commences an action against the other party arising out of or in
connection with this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to have .
and recover the losing party reasonable attorney fees and costs of suit.
14.ARBITRATION
All disputes arising between the parties related to the interpretation or breach of
this Agreement s~ all be submitted to arbitration pursuant to the rules of the
American Arbitration Association at Los Angeles, California. In the event of a
dispute or contemplated dispute, the party desiring arbitration shall give notice of
the desire to arbitrate said dispute to the other party.
GOLDEN RAIN FOUNDATION VIDEO PRODUCERS CLUB
By: _________________________ _ 8y: ___________ _
Date: ---------------------------- Date: ------------------------
Mailing Address: 13531 St. Andrews Drive Mailing Address: _____________ Seal Beach, CA 90740
Attachments:
1. CLUB Bylaws
2. Resolution
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