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Rocky Mountain Flycasters - Board Meetings

ROCKY MOUNTAIN FLYCASTERS
BOARD MEETING MINUTES from the March 10, 2010


ATTENDEES were: Ken Eis, Lee Evans, Greg Evans, Guy Turenne, Dave Piske, Phil Wright, Byron Fessler, Dennis Cook, Paul Wehr

Minutes from the February meeting were approved.

Treasurer’s report shows $6989.20 in the general fund and $1643.77 in the projects account. Discussion followed about the $1500 donation to the Youth Day Camp from CMS and the $632 generated for the Behenke Raffle ticket sales.

The board discussed the proposed budget with concerns about generation of funds raised by several members.

Membership report showed our current membership 876, 29 new, 69 renewals, and 43 expired.

The Youth Activities report discussed TU in the Classroom and recognized that we have received $1000 from Embrace a Stream.

OLD BUSINESS

Speakers
March Mike Kawl from Pinedale Wyoming
April Steamboat Flyfishers and Chris Kennedy
May Greenback talk Kevin Rogers, PhD, Aquatic Research, CSU

Chapter Fishing trip to the Green 6 attendees.

No Eagles Nest activity

Behenke-RMF Scholarship raffle now has two prizes

ACTION ITEMS 1) Lee to contact CSU about scholarship action items 2) Brochures to Lee

NEW BUSINESS

Email list 474 from TU Leaders Only section

Need speaker bios for speakers for the newsletter

Motion: Greg moved and Ken seconded that we e-mail a newsletter in early April, and then send two e-mail blasts after the general meeting requesting donations and noting volunteer opportunities. Motion passed.

April 10 is the newsletter input deadline. Lee will write a President’s Beat and Dennis will write a couple of articles about the youth activities. The Conservation Resource Committee (CRC) will meet and decide fund raising action to report in the newsletter.

June 12 is the date for our annual board retreat. Place TBD

Dennis Cook started a discussion on establishing Special Interest Groups on fly tying and rod building.

Planning for the June 26 Poudre River cleanup as part of the National effort was started.

Ken Eis, Acting Secretary

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Previous meeting reports will be here as they are superceded by newer reports.

Last updated on 12 Apr, 2018