Hi everyone! Well, it is that time of year again. Membership renewal time! Your renewal form is accompanying this newsletter. If you don’t attend the monthly member meetings you may have missed the change in where the funds have been re-allocated. In an effort to keep dues and fees low, since we bought the Norton Farm last year, and because the cost for fish and game has increased greatly, the $30.00 that normally goes to land acquisition will now be split between our fish and game programs.
Remember, dues must be received by the club no later than October 1st or you will be dropped from the club roster. This will be your only notice so please renew right away so you don’t forget. My wife forgot to send it in is not an excuse. If you are paying with cash we have a new drop box behind the bar so please leave your renewal with the bartender on duty and ask him or her to place it in the drop box.
There seems to be some confusion regarding Life Member renewals. However it was done 10 years ago doesn’t matter. We need senior mem- bers to return their renewal cards also. This is how we keep the database current and how we get you your newsletter. If the card doesn’t come back, your name doesn’t stay in the data- base so please return it. A small donation from the seniors helps greatly as well so please send in what you can.
Our annual field day and barbecue tickets are on sale now at the bar. Lamb is back for this year’s event. The cost will be $30 per ticket. There will still be a great accompanying menu. If you haven’t attended our annual Field Day BBQ in the past you don’t know what you’re missing. This event has great food, great company and lots of fun. Don’t wait till the last minute to pur- chase your ticket as we sell out for this event every year. As always, if there is anything I can help you with please let me know.
That’s it for now. As always, the door is always open and if you have any questions or concerns please let me know. See you on the hill!