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Rocky Mountain Flycasters - Board Meetings

Rocky Mountain Flycasters

Board of Directors Meeting - November 14, 2006

Attendees: Greg Evans, Ron Sheets, David Piske, Chris Sheafor, David
Coulson, Mark Coleman, Paul Fromme, John Frazer, Frank Cada, Ken Eis,
Jeremiah Johnson

Meeting was called to order at 7:07. The Sports Station is the new home
for our Board meetings

Elections: The following people were elected as officers of Rocky
Mountain Flycasters for the period November 2006 to November 2007.
	President - Greg Evans
	Vice President - Ken Eis
	Treasurer - Ron Sheets
	Secretary - Paul Fromme

Treasurer's report: Balance in RMFC account is 8496.54. Balance in
Projects account is 2784,85. Map receipts for the month were $36. 
Receipts from last meeting raffle $250

President's report: Thanks to Dave Coulson for his management of the
raffle table. Please submit suggestions for an Embrace a Stream project
for our Chapter. Checks are required to reimburse the Web Master. Ken
Eis will communicate with Paul Wehr to include stream flow data in an
easier to find manner. The proposed task to transfer fish from an
irrigation canal awaits approval by DOW.

Programs: We need to develop a last minute speakers list. Mark Coleman
volunteered to develop a program or programs for this purpose. Chris
Sheafor will plan the February meeting and present proposals at the next
Board meeting. It was suggested that local retailers could prepare and
present hatch charts with recommended flies at meetings.

Christmas Party Logistics were completed. Ken Eis will prepare a
notification of the menu and program for inclusion in the Web site.

Use of the e-mail list: It was agreed to use the e-mail list as
frequently as once each month to publicize important events. One of
these events is the upcoming Rocky Mountain Wilderness bill. The
Christmas party will be included as a part of this notification by
referring to the Web site.

CSU Scholarship: Many TU Chapters support scholarships at nearby
Universities. Mark Coleman suggested that this activity was appropriate
for our chapter. It was agreed that the use of existing organizations
such as the Gregory L. Bonham Memorial Scholarship
or CSU is needed to administer and select appropriate students. While
it was agreed that this is an appropriate Chapter activity, fundraising
activities must accompany or precede the scholarship grant. Final
decision on scholarship grants was tabled pending resolution of fund
raising issues.

Youth Camp: A motion was presented, seconded and passed to support the
annual CTU youth Camp. One of the raffle rods might be used for this
purpose. Ken Eis has an appropriate reel and line. Plans for
advertisement of the opportunity need to be addressed immediately. 
School counselors must be contacted, and Greg Evans agreed to undertake
this task.

Fund raising Committee: A fund raising committee was established. The
committee will meet to identify fund raising opportunities and suggest
an event or events for this purpose. Members of the committee will
include Ken Eis, Greg Evans, Dave Coulson. Mark Coleman, and David

Paul Fromme, Secretary
November 16, 2006

[Additional clarification/information submitted by Mark Coleman, 17 Nov 2006]
Gregory (Greg) L. Bonham Memorial Scholarship. . .fund was started
in Greg Bonham's Memory. Greg Bonham a local contractor and son of a CSU 
Professor who lost his life in an automobile accident. He was an avid 
flyfisherman, who loved the Big Thompson River, which is why the family chose 
to sponsor a Fisheries Scholarship to honor his memory. I met his spouse, 
sisters, and parents at the awards ceremony when I received the scholarship 
during 2004. They are a great family that is very close, and I believe the 
chapter's contribution to their scholarship fund an excellent choice to help 
them do something worthwhile to honor their son/brother. I spell out the 
details, because some of the current board members were unaware of this 
previous donation, which I think was a worthwhile one that the Chapter 
should be proud of.

Previous Meetings

Previous meeting reports will be here as they are superceded by newer reports.

Last updated on 12 Apr, 2018