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SUP Coalition Meeting Minutes

april 2018

Sherburne County Substance Use Prevention Coalition

Meeting Minutes

April 18, 2018

9:00 a.m.

Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Operations Center


Coalition Members Present: 

Roxanne Schreder, Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office

Amanda Martin, Sherburne County HHS

Jennifer Pim, Sherburne County Attorney’s Office

Amy Halvorson, Sherburne County Community Corrections

Danielle Gessell, Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office

Lisa Fobbe, Sherburne County Commissioner

Ryan Johnson, Rogers High School

Dan Bradley, Sherburne County Community Corrections

Dan Bradley called the meeting to order at approximately 9:08 a.m.  Introductions were made.


Dan requested approval of the minutes from the March 21, 2018 meeting.  Roxanne Schreder made a motion to approve the minutes, which was seconded by Lisa Fobbe.  All were in favor.


Dan asked for any additions or changes to the proposed agenda, none were made.  Molly Hanson made a motion to approve the agenda, which was seconded by Eric Balabon.  All were in favor.


Consent Agenda

Financial update was completed by Molly and Roxanne:

  • Of the current budget of $135,548.22, we have $75,095.37 remaining in the grant.

  • Current in-kind donations documented through April 2018: $83,714.90

Roxanne reminded everyone to send in their monthly output logs to her. 


Volunteer Appreciation

Roxanne advised April is National Volunteer Appreciation Month.  She thanked everyone for volunteering on the coalition.  Treats and goodie bags were provided.


Sticker Shock Campaign

Dan presented the Sticker Shock Campaign schedule. Nine liquor stores are participating this year between April 30 through June 6.  1-2 adults volunteers are needed per site.  The sign-up sheet was sent around, but is also available on the Google Drive.  Please sign-up as soon as possible. 


Hidden in Plain Sight

Roxanne showed the HIPS banners with pictures of a bedroom that were purchased to use instead of having to recreate a bedroom each time.  Discussion was had about the different kinds of vaping devices that are being used.  Roxanne shared a couple of donated items for the exhibit, including a vape hoodie with a vape pen built into it and a JUUL device.  Roxanne inquired about holding a HIPS training at an upcoming coalition meeting to better educate members for whenever they work with the exhibit.  All agreed this was a great idea and would also like a talking sheet and checklist of what is in the picture as well as having hands-on items.

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Angie Charboneau-Folch sent around a sign-up for upcoming volunteer opportunities, which is also available on the Google Drive.  Please sign-up as soon as possible. 


  • Back the Blue & Support Your Local Heroes – Saturday, May 19

  • Becker Chamber Luncheon – Wednesday, June 13

  • Sherburne County Fair – Saturday, July 21

  • Sherburne County Health & Wellness Presentation – Tuesday, August 28


Executive Board Update

  • SUP Coalition Retreat

Currently working on the date/time/location.  Alicia will send out a poll to see when would work best. Email Alicia or Roxanne with location ideas.  Molly gave a brief overview of the retreat’s speaker.

  • SUP Year in Review/Annual Report

Angie provided the 2-sided flyer that will be used to show the coalition’s year in review.  Discussion was had about how e-cig data is not captured in the data provided, which lead to discussion about diversion programs for e-cig offenses and possibly partnering with schools to help with this somehow.


Roxanne talked about the launch of the Talk Early, Talk Often campaign.  345 people took the spring survey.  Another survey will be sent out in June.


Roxanne talked about the youth retreat that took place in February.  If interested in planning the next retreat, please let Alicia know.


Information Sharing/Agency Updates

Molly advised the YMCA is giving 250 free memberships for high school students (9-12 graders).  She will send out the information for online registration beginning June 1.  There will be more programs offered for this age range.


Roxanne shared the results of the meeting logistics survey – meetings will remain on the third Wednesday of the month from 9:00 – 10:30 am at the Sherburne County Government Center.  There will be no meeting in July.

The regular meeting was adjourned at 10:30 a.m.


Next Meeting: Wednesday, May 16 at 9:00 a.m. in the Sheriff’s Office Emergency Operations Center.

Eric Balabon, Elk River Police Department

Angie Charboneau-Folch, Big Lake High School

Molly Hanson, Elk River YMCA

Marsha Reinking, RSVP Volunteer

Rachel Hilyar, Elk River School District

2 Rogers Students (Britney, Mia)

4 Spectrum Students (Emily, Riain, Kelsey, Meghan)

Minutes from previous coalition meetings are available upon request.
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