Although not enough officers showed up for a quorum Thursday, committee members of Brazil Main Street, Inc., got together to discuss a handful of issues.
Six members of the committee met at the Brazil Public Library for the organization's monthly meeting.
The group learned from President Zac Chambers he was set to send out the Indiana Main Street (IMS) official membership application Friday.
Chambers added he hoped the organization would become a member of IMS by the end of summer.
Meanwhile, member Edie Richards suggested the group form a committee to continue with the venture of placing the flower pots at various locations downtown.
Members also discussed the upcoming election of officers, scheduled to take place in October.
Chambers said he did not plan to run for an elected office. The organization has a President, Vice President and Secretary/Treasurer, and Chambers has served as President for two years.
Members in attendance Thursday agreed to look into setting up a committee to elect officers by October.
Chambers stressed the organization should also look into adding new members, specifically those with interests along U.S. 40, as well as creating more public relations and partnerships with other organizations within the community.
Brazil Main Street meets regularly on the first Thursday of each month at the Brazil Public Library. Its next meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 4.