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Rocky Mountain Flycasters - Board Meetings

Board Meeting Minutes - Rocky Mountain Flycasters

April 18, 2006


Meeting was called to order at 7:10 PM at Doc's Restaurant in Loveland by
President: Greg Evans Present at meeting: Ron Sheets, Frank Cada, Chris Sheafor, Paul Wehr, David
Piske, Bob Streeter, Paul Fromme, Greg Evans, John Frazer, Jeremiah Johnson,
Jack Muth Treasury Report: Balance in General fund is $8,675.54 Balance in Projects fund is $3.820.27 The April; meeting receipts were $284.00, and a check from the Larimer
County Treasurer for $1900 was deposited in the Projects account. Map
sales in the past week were $177, and the checks will be deposited in
the General fund. Eagles Nest: On April 8 about 13 volunteers did erosion control on about
500 feet of riverbank. On April 22, about 30 volunteers are anticipated to
plant the 1200 trees purchased from the State Forest service. Motion made and seconded for $50 from the General fund for refreshments for
volunteer activities. Passed unanimously. Phantom Canyon trail maintenance. April 1, 11 volunteers maintained upper trail.
April 15, 8 volunteers completed task on lower trail. SWIG. Activities by members of SWIG have violated the original charter to be an
information rather than an action group. RMFC will insist that the information
emphasis be retained or withdraw as a member of the governing Board. The raffle report for the first quarter was submitted to the State Gaming Commission. Greg Evans reported on the CTU Rendezvous held in Redstone. He emphasized the
following: Membership recruitment possibilities Youth Programs Newsletter strategies Strategic planning Chapter effectiveness report Embrace a stream and funding for these efforts Chapter budget Youth Conservation Corps. A motion was made to provide $350 from the General Fund to support Elyssa Riddinger
from Broomfield at the CTU Conservation Camp. The motion was seconded, and passed
unanimously. A motion was made to retain the current Chapter name of Rock Mountain Flycasters.
The motion was seconded and passed unanimously. It was resolved to proceed with efforts to define methods of recognizing members
of significant contributors to coldwater resource and salmonid species issues.
This will be a subject at future meetings. The membership records form was discussed and it was resolved to rework and
re-issue the form. The Board will meet on a weekend at a daylong retreat to define plans and
schedules for the next year. The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 8:45 PM Paul Fromme, Secretary Pro Tem

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