Yes, the board can mostly manage the club business. It is a matter of electing the board that requires the attention of a quorum of our members. Getting asMessage 1 of 3 , Jan 8, 2009View SourceYes, the board can mostly manage the club business. It is a matter of
electing the board that requires the attention of a quorum of our
members. Getting as many people together at a meeting is necessary to
--- In PrairieThunderPyrotechnics@yahoogroups.com, "Perry McClellan"
> It has been very quiet. I suppose with the holidays and family
> obligations everyone is running around trying to keep up. The cold
> weather sure doesn't make travel pleasant either. As far as meetings
> go, it does not matter to me if we have the meeting now or wait a few
> months to warm up. If the meeting is held now, other than elections
> of officers what else would we accomplish, and how do we attract
> members? I trust the board to make a decision that they feel is best,
> after all we elected them!
> Have a Great Day!
> Perry McClellan
I haven t heard anyone confirm that they can make a meeting while I have heard several people confirm that they can t make it. Factor in the storm (althoughMessage 1 of 3 , Jan 8, 2009View SourceI haven't heard anyone confirm that they can make a meeting while I have heard several people confirm that they can't make it. Factor in the storm (although shooting in heavy snow is a nice effect) leads me to officially push the meeting back. I'd like to risk the weather and shoot for early April.
Couple other items....
We are taking a run at legalizing stuff in MN this year. So far, there are some politicians open to the idea. We are using the bad economy to our advantage and pushing the revenue generated by the sales of fireworks. I've got access to a template if anyone is interested in sending a letter to a congressman.