2020 Club News
2012 Club News (N/A)
We held our monthly meeting on January 6th. The club voted in ex-member Norm McCord (boater) who was in
attendance and new member Dan Mox (non-boater). That brings the club membership up to 8. Prospective
member Mike Graybill was also in attendance and would like to join as a boater. There is also another
prospective member (boater) who will join us at our February meeting. We decided on the tournament schedule
for 2020 which can be located on the front page of this site. We will fish 8 tournaments, one of which will be a
two-day tournament out-of-state. The MBN meeting was cancelled and there was no Southern Region meeting to
discuss. The officers for 2020 will remain the same. We are again having a club banquet at Papas in February.
Our next meeting is Monday, February 3rd. Contact Walt if you are interested in joining our club.
We held our monthly meeting on February 4th. The club voted in new member boater Mike Graybill. This brings
the club membership to nine. Prospective member Jessie Moore was in attendance and would like to join the
club as a boater. At the meeting we discussed the minutes from the MBN Executive Board Meeting, the new
schedule, our 2-day Lake Gaston Tournament in April, presented plaques to the 2019 winners and discussed
the upcoming season. The next meeting is Monday, March 2, 2020.
We held our monthly meeting on March 2nd. The club voted in new member boater Jessie Moore. This brings
the present membership to 10 members (8 boaters / 2 non-boaters). At the meeting we discussed minutes from
the MBN Executive Board Meeting and Southern Region Meeting. We finalized our pairings for the April
tournaments (Potomac River and Lake Gaston). We went over our procedures for tournaments and tournament
muster sites with the new members. Our next meeting will be Monday, April 6th.
Because of the state lock-down, our first three tournaments were postponed (as of now). We are anticipating
starting our 2020 tournament schedule with the May 30th Potomac River Tournament out of Smallwood State
Park. Keep tuned.