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Greetings Members
Hi All,

Debbie and I hope everyone had a great time at the Annual Rally at Sam’s Town in Las Vegas. I know we did, and while we had lots to do, we managed to have a really fun time as well!  

Since this was our last rally of 2018, we hope all who wished to continue with our club got their dues paid in time, as I know Dave Shehane made an extra effort in collecting and managing the dues collection, and oh yeah, he’s also responsible for publishing the Club Directory and other responsibilities.  

Thank you so much Dave; we absolutely appreciate all the hard work that is involved being the Vice President, Membership.

Members-At-Large
Our club has two Members-At-Large to make sure we have appropriate member input at all board meetings and business meetings. They serve as liaisons between the board of directors and the rest of the organization, and they carry out tasks delegated by the board like taking photos and assisting rally hosts.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Bill Dare for his service as a Member-At-Large in the past year. Unfortunately, Bill had to resign the position.

At the Annual Meeting in Las Vegas this year, Dale Frank was nominated and elected as our second Member-At-Large. Please join me in congratulating Dale!

I also would like to express much appreciation to Jim Geleszinski for his continued service as our other Member-At-Large. Please join me in thanking Jim!


ELECTIONS
As your duly re-elected President, I would like to make sure each member is aware of the positions coming available in 2019 at our Annual Rally. They are:

1 Vice President, Membership
Responsible for welcoming new/returning members and keeping accurate records of the Club membership; including publishing an Annual Membership Directory and such other Addenda to the Directory as may be necessary to keep the membership informed and up to date. The Vice President - Membership shall be the chairperson of the Membership Committee for which they may select and recruit members to help them in their duties. They shall also work with and encourage all of the Club Members to increase the Club membership.

2 Vice President, Rallies
Responsible for recruiting Club Members to act as Rally Hosts ("Wagon Masters") and shall support and facilitate the efforts of the Rally Hosts in putting on interesting and attractive events for the Club Members. The Vice President - Rallies shall be the chairperson of the Rally Committee for which they may select and recruit members to help them in their duties. 

3 Secretary
Responsible for accurately recording the minutes of all properly convened Business and Annual Meetings and providing these minutes to the Board of Directors and the Membership for their approval. Copies of approved Minutes shall be provided to the Editor of the Club Newsletter and the Club's Webmaster for appropriate publication.

These are critically important positions for the club, and I would like to extend an invitation to each one of our members to seriously consider volunteering for one of these positions, as our club cannot exist without our club membership stepping up to fill them.

COMPREHENSIVE LISTING OF PARTS SUPPLIERS
Here’s a really great resource for all our members, courtesy of the East Chinook Camping Club. It’s a valuable listing for many replacement parts for our Chinooks. Here’s the link:


WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
It’s my privilege to welcome the following new members. Thank you so very much for joining our club, and we hope to see you at future rallies! It was great to already get to meet Mark and Glenda Wills in Las Vegas!

  • Carol and Steve Porch - Binford, ND
  • Mark and Glenda Wills - Phoenix, AZ
  • Don and Lauri Williams - New Harmony, UT
  • Barry and Vivian Branin - Morro Bay, CA
  • Mike Cibellis - Tustin, CA
~ Bob Shetland, President
Upcoming Rallies Snapshot
  • Lake Pleasant, AZ - In March 6, Out March 10, 2019 - Hank Raymond Lodge, hosted by Mary & Bob Coleman. (see article)
  • Quincy, CA - In May 16, Out May 19, 2019 - Pioneer RV Park, http://pioneerrvpark.com/, hosted by Jan Olmsted, Kathy Bailey, and Marta Newcomb-Wall. (see article)
SAVE $$$ and Support Your Club!
  • Don't miss the chance to save a bunch of money - have your site paid for during the entire rally plus a day before and a day after!
  • Have a rally closer to home - you get to pick the location; it could even be your favorite RV Park.
  • Have your own ideas about what would be fun to do at a rally? - now's your chance.
  • Get expenses reimbursed up to $500! - for Meet & Greet food, wine, etc. (including your site fees).

Please Consider Hosting a Mini Rally in 2019 or 2020
We would like to have another Mini Rally in 2019 and 2020 is wide open.

We Need Annual Rallies for 2019 & 2020 As Well!
These rallies include our Annual Business Meeting and Dinner.
An increased budget helps cover outings and transportation.

Contact me at debbieshetland@gmail.com
I'll send you a checklist, walk you through it, and help you along the way.

~ Debbie Shetland, V.P. of Rallies
LAS VEGAS, NV (15th Annual) Rally Recap
Held October 17- 21, 2018
At the Las Vegas KOA at Sam's Town - Hosted by Debbie & Bob Shetland
Thanks so much to all the attendees for making this a really terrific rally! Every time we plan for an annual rally we worry about having enough attendees to have a quorum at the business meeting. With the size of our club, a quorum is 15 Members (membership is by coach), so we usually try to fill 20 sites at an annual rally just in case we have last-minute cancellations. Well, we had such a great response for this rally that having a quorum wasn’t in doubt by the beginning of June when we needed to increase our number of sites to 25!! Plus we had two more attend without their coaches.

We had: 25 rigs (10 Concourse, 1 Concourse XL, 5 Destiny, 6 Glacier, 1 Premier, 1 Airstream Flying Cloud, and 1 Trek Safari 2610) with 51 Chinookers.
Thanks for the help!
We wouldn't have been able to have such a successful rally without the help of so many. Our sincere thanks to everyone who helped out, with a special thanks to the Colemans, the Schalls, the Franks, and the Shehanes!

Thanks also to everyone who took pictures, so we could have a great photographic history of our Las Vegas rally: Dale Frank, Jim Geleszinski, Larry Keiser, and my hubby Bob.
SPECIAL GUESTS
Chris Rynhart was able to stop by for a short visit. Chris had been on the road since July in her 2004 Premier, and was on her way home to Shingle Springs, California. It's always great to hook up with club members even if they can't stay for the whole rally. Hope to see you again soon, Chris!


Kelli Scheese's brother Fred Suckow visited for part of the rally. I think we kind of adopted him. We are looking forward to seeing him again in Quincy!
OUR ATTENDEES
(With RVs When We Could Get the Photos)
Hosts: Debbie & Bob Shetland
2001 Destiny, Mission Viejo, Callifornia
Jenelle, Don & Dixie Alastra
1990 Concourse, Yuma, Arizona
Linda, Ray & Anna Blackburn
Ione, California
Diana, Marc & Sammy Boswell
Fresno, California
Garry & Lucy Brown
2003 Trek Safari 2610, Comox, British Columbia
Mary Esther Chavarela
2003 Concourse, Hacienda Heights, California
Mary & Bob Coleman
Sun City, Arizona
Judy, Mike & Penny Davidson (First Rally)
1997 Premier, Somerset, California
David, Sue, Winston & Webster DeMartini
2003 Destiny, Park City, Utah
Dale, Mary & Roofus Frank
2004 Concourse, Lakebay, Washington
Juliana, Jim & Chamy Geleszinski
2004 Glacier, Fountain Hills, Arizona
Sheri Giese, Jo Fitzgerald & Billie (First Rally)
Sisters, Oregon
Ole & Barbara Jensen
West Covina, California
Olga, Jeff & Pluma Johnson
1998 Concourse, Long Beach, California
Larry Keiser & Barb Marquette (First Rally)
2005 Glacier, Sedona, Arizona
Kit & Stan Oliveira
1998 Concourse, Santa Ana, California
Jan Olmstead, Kathy Bailey & Bentley
2000 Concourse, Carmichael, California
Donna Puckett (First Rally)
2004 Glacier, Coleville, California
Gale & Trig Robison (First Rally)
2000 Concourse, Dewey, Arizona
Tony & Janet Schall
Tenino, Washington
Kelli, Jerry, George & Scarlet Scheese
2018 Airstream Flying Cloud, Portland, Oregon
Judy, Rich & Daisy Scollay
2000 Concourse, Fair Oaks, California
Dave & Patsy Shehane
2004 Glacier, Auburn, California
Bert, Marta, Cricket & Smokey Wall
2001 Destiny, Palm Desert, California
Marnie & Jim Weidmaier
2002 Destiny, Country Club, Missouri
Skip, Patty & Zumi White
2002 Destiny, La Crescenta, California
Mark & Glenda Wills (First Rally)
1998 Concourse XL, Phoenix, Arizona
WHAT WE DID AT THE RALLY
EARLY ARRIVAL: Bob and I arrived on Tuesday late afternoon, which gave us a chance to get settled before the rally began. We weren’t alone though; the Blackburns, Browns, Jensens, Scheeses, Shehanes, and the Walls all came in early too. With so many coming to the rally, it was wonderful to be able to start greeting some people that night.

WEDNESDAY: Attendees arrived throughout the day, and Bob and I did our best to greet them as they came in. Since we didn't have use of a clubhouse, we set up the site next to ours with canopies and tables. It sure was a good thing the Geleszinkis and the Colemans brought lots of tables with them because t hat night we had tons of food at the Meet & Greet from Jason’s Deli, which included Sandwiches, Fresh Fruit, Black Bean & Roasted Corn Salad, American Potato Salad, Chips, and Assorted Desserts. Thank goodness Tony & Janet Schall were staying with relatives who had a second refrigerator, so they could take a bunch of the leftover food there and bring it back the next day to add to our lunch.
THURSDAY: The rally just wouldn't be complete without our traditional Book/Audio Book/DVD Exchange and Tech Talk in the morning. Then we had a lunchtime Pizza Party along with lots of leftovers from Wednesday's dinner. The afternoon and evening were free so people could visit the Sam's Town casino or take the free shuttle to the Las Vegas Strip or Downtown Las Vegas.
FRIDAY: Since there was so much to see and do at Sam's Town and elsewhere in Las Vegas, we had a free morning and afternoon. That night we enjoyed a Mexican Fiesta Buffet in a private meeting room at the Sam's Town Hotel. After dinner we held our 15th Annual Business Meeting.
Chinook RV Club 15th Annual Meeting
Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall
Las Vegas, NV 89122
October 19, 2018

I. Call to Order:
The meeting was called to order by President Bob Shetland at 7:51 pm at the Las Vegas KOA at Sam's Town in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

II. Attendance/Quorum: 
President Shetland declared that we could proceed with the club's business since there were enough members to establish a quorum. (26 Chinooks)

Bob & Debbie Shetland, Don & Jenelle Alastra, Kathy Bailey & Jan Olmstead, Ray & Linda Blackburn, Garry & Lucy Brown, Mary Esther Chavarela, Bob & Mary Coleman, Mike and Judy Davidson, David & Sue DeMartini, Joanne Fitzgerald & Sheri Giese, Dale & Mary Frank, Jim & Juliana Geleszinski, Barbara & Ole Jensen, Jeff & Olga Johnson, Larry Keiser & Barb Marquette, Stan & Kit Oliveira, Donna Puckett, Gale Robison, Tony Schall, Kelli Scheese, Rich & Judy Scollay, Dave & Patsy Shehane, Bert & Marta Wall, Jim & Marnie Weidmaier, Skip & Patty White, Mark & Glenda Wills

III. Minutes:
The minutes from the 14th Annual Meeting at KOA Santa Cruz/Monterey Bay Watsonville, CA were published on-line in the December 2017 Road Runner Newsletter. Marta Wall made the motion to accept the minutes as published. Rich Scollay seconded. Motion passed. 

IV. Treasurer's Report:
Treasurer Mary Coleman gave the Annual treasurer's report for fiscal year ending September 30, 2018. Beginning balance (10/01/17) was $6396.71. Income for year totaled $3990.00. Expenses for rallies, bank charges, printing, postage and supplies totaled $4329.19, leaving an ending balance of $6,057.52. Motion was made to accept the report and seconded. Members approved the report. 

V. Vice President of Membership Report:
Vice President of Membership, Dave Shehane, reported that currently we have 95 members of record. As of October 19, 2018, 72% have paid for 2019. In 2018 we added 25 new members. 

VI. Vice President of Rallies Report:
Vice President of Rallies, Debbie Shetland reported that the rallies currently scheduled for 2019 are:
  • March 6-10, 2019 - Hank Raymond Lodge, Lake Pleasant, Arizona hosted by Mary and Bob Coleman. Recommended that attendees bring electric extension cords.
  • May 16-19, 2019 - Pioneer RV Park, Quincy, California hosted by Jan Olmstead, Kathy Bailey, and Marta Newcomb-Wall.

VII.  Nominations:
A. Dave Shehane, as the immediate Past President and head of the nominating committee, announced that no one came forward to volunteer to run for the office of President. Bob announced that he would be willing to hold the office for another two years. Jim Geleszinski made the motion to re-elect Bob Shetland as president. Motion seconded by Bob Coleman. Bob was unanimously elected by all present. 
B. Dave Shehane announced that Bill Dare had resigned his position as one of the two Members at Large. In order to fill the vacancy, Dave asked for nominations from the floor. Debbie Shetland asked Dale Frank if he would take the position and he agreed to run. Debbie made the motion to elect Dale Frank as a Member at Large. Bob Coleman seconded the motion. Motion was carried by unanimous voice agreement.

VIII. Old/Unfinished Business:
No old business.

IX. New Business:
No new business.

X. Adjournment:
Motion to adjourn was made by Jim Geleszinski. Motion was seconded by Skip White. Passed by all present. Meeting adjourned at 8:23 pm.

Respectfully submitted
Patricia A. Shehane
SATURDAY: We had another free morning and afternoon on our last full day of the rally, and then got together that night for a potluck dinner. We had a lot of great food at the rally, but I think our final dinner was the best!
<<< UPCOMING RALLIES  >>>
LAKE PLEASANT, AZ Mini Rally
In March 6 - Out March 10, 2019
Hank Raymond Lodge at Lake Pleasant is a private facility on the lower lake.  It is dry camping with a twist.  The lodge is like a two master bedroom house with a large meeting room. Showers and bathroom facilities are available 24/7. There are two 30 Amp and/or two 50 Amp service, plus lots of 110 outlets available. BRING EXTENSION CORDS IF ELECTRIC IS NEEDED.  There is no limit on the number of rigs, only access to electric. Fill water is available. No dump station.

NO DOGS! (NEW RULE)

Also:
  • Helena and Monte Gorden have offered to bring their pontoon boat for cruising on Lake Pleasant.
  • Fishing on the lower lake does not require a license. BRING YOUR GEAR.

LOCATION: Hank Raymond Lodge, Lake Pleasant, AZ
CONTACT & RESERVATIONS:  MARYCCOLEMAN@HOTMAIL.COM. Send check made out to Mary Coleman, 10602 W. Loma Blanca Dr, Sun City, AZ 85351.
HOSTS: Mary and Bob Coleman
COST: $100 FOR 2; $80 SINGLE
DEADLINE: NEED MONEY BY FEBRUARY 10TH

WE WILL SUPPLY YOUR MEALS! BRING YOUR OWN BEVERAGES & TABLE SERVICE. BRING SOME GAMES TO PLAY.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6
  • ARRIVE ANYTIME AFTER NOON
  • 5:30 - MEET & GREET WITH DELI TYPE FOOD

THURSDAY, MARCH 7
  • 7 AM TO 9 AM - BREAKFAST, WITH FRESH FRUIT, YOGURT, BAGELS, TOAST, TEA & COFFEE
  • 11:30 - LUNCH, HOT DOGS, CHILI, VEGGIE BURGER
  • NOON - POSSIBLE TAKE A 90 MIN NARRATED CRUISE OF LAKE PLEASANT
  • 5:00 - HAPPY HOUR BRING YOUR OWN DRINKS & SNACKS
  • 6:00 - DINNER, FISH FRY, TATER TOTS, COLESLAW

FRIDAY, MARCH 8
  • 7 AM TO 9 AM - BREAKFAST, WITH FRESH FRUIT, YOGURT, BAGELS, TOAST, TEA & COFFEE
  • NOON - LUNCH, PULLED PORK, COLESLAW, VEGAN CRUMBLES
  • 5:00 - HAPPY HOUR BRING YOUR OWN DRINKS & SNACKS
  • 6:00 - DINNER, MEAT LOAF, BAKED POTATOES, & VEGETABLE

SATURDAY, MARCH 9
  • 7 AM TO 9 AM - BREAKFAST, WITH FRESH FRUIT, YOGURT, BAGELS, TOAST, TEA & COFFEE
  • NOON - LUNCH, MEATLOAF SANDWICHES. LEFT OVERS
  • 5:00 - HAPPY HOUR BRING YOUR OWN DRINKS & SNACKS
  • 6:00 - DINNER, PORK ROAST, SWEET POTATOES & VEGETABLE

SUNDAY, MARCH 10
  • 7 AM - LEFT OVER BREAKFAST FOOD

TIME TO CLEAN THE LODGE WE HAVE TO LEAVE IT AS WE FOUND IT.

CHECK OUT IS NOON
~ Mary Coleman
QUINCY, CA Mini Rally
In May 16 - Out May 19, 2019
The Do Nothing Rally!

Come, enjoy and relax in the pines at the Pioneer RV Park. Do lots or do nothing! Located between Lassen National Park and beautiful Lake Tahoe, Pioneer RV Park is only 70 miles from Reno, Nevada. It is nestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in a relaxed natural setting that is far from railroad or highway noise.
The park is convenient to historic downtown Quincy. This enchanting town features murals and a strong commitment to the arts, with numerous musical and dramatic events being staged at the historic Town Hall Theater. Quincy has many local restaurants and cafes, two grocery stores and numerous local shops for your convenience.
LOCATION: Pioneer RV Park, 1326 Pioneer Rd, Quincy, CA 95971
HOSTS:  Jan Olmsted (janolm43@sbcglobal.net 916-489-9497), Kathy Bailey, and Marta Newcomb-Wall
RESERVATIONS:   Send check made out to Jan Olmsted, 2973 Marco Way, Carmichael, CA 95608.
SITES RESERVED: 15
COST:  $108.00 includes 3 nights
DEADLINE: May 6th
EARLY OR LATE DEPARTURES: Contact RV park directly if you want to come early or stay later. Be sure to tell them that you are with the Chinook RV Club rally (530-283-0769). 

ACTIVITIES:
  • Thursday: Meet and Greet around 4:00pm with wine and deli spread.
  • Friday: Chamber of Commerce or Forest Service Rep in AM to share info of interesting things to do in the area. Pot Luck 5:30pm
  • Saturday: Salad Bar & BBQ dinner 6:00pm. Bring a salad to share and something to throw on the BBQ for yourself, cooked by your hosts or yourself.
  • There will also be an ongoing book exchange at the clubhouse.
<<< TRAVEL LOG >>>
We are initiating a new Travel Log section for our newsletter, so members can share their interesting and fun Chinook travel experiences. We often share these stories in small groups or one-on-one chats at the rallies, but not everyone gets to hear about our adventures. Now they can!

Marc Boswell had the idea for this section, so he has written our first Travel Log piece. We hope other members will share their stories with the group as well. Forward your short write-ups on some of the great trips you've taken in your Chinooks to debbieshetland@gmail.com -- and don't forget some photos!
Las Vegas via Mesa Verde
by Marc Boswell
Fresno was bright and sunny on the Tuesday morning Diana and I set out for the annual rally in Las Vegas. After a pre-flight check-out we hit the road. Our plan was to take 9 days to travel from Fresno to St George, Utah, passing through Zion NP, catch the Cottonwood Canyon road through the Grand Staircase of the Escalante NP, passing Kodachrome Canyon. Then on the Mesa Verde NP, Albuquerque for the Balloon Fiesta, then on to LV for the rally. 

Our basic intention was to avoid the interstate; however, that’s not always possible or desirable. We traveled Highway 99 to Bakersfield, then over the mountains on Hwy 58 to I-15 in Barstow and 15 to LV. About an hour out of LV we cut off the interstate and took the old US 91, a well maintained two-laner that rolls through some beautiful country and a large chunk of the Paiute reservations and ends up in St George. We spent the night at my niece’s house and awoke to dead house batteries that also drained my engine battery; and a steady drizzle of rain. We got a jump and found a really helpful guy at O’Reilly’s Auto. The house batteries are of course shot, so two new batteries and a little time and a hit to the Mastercard, and we’re off.  
Our plan was to drive on the unpaved Cottonwood Canyon Road, which is a relatively popular cross-country route through Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, starting in the south along US 89 near milepost 18, and eventually leading past Kodachrome Basin State Park to Johnson Canyon (which is the film site of Gunsmoke) ending on U S89 east of Kanab UT. The 47-mile journey usually takes a few hours plus photo time, but even a day or so after a rain the clay road base makes the route impassable even by 4WD. 
So, the wiser mind prevailed, and our backroad adventure was called “on account of rain” . . . next time! The drive to Mesa Verde was interesting and pleasant but long, and we got a late start which limited our sightseeing. We did pass Page with a great view of the Colorado River, Kayenta and Mexican Water, AZ. Beautiful vistas, wide open country, and a variety of both sedimentary and volcanic formations. We did see one old highway sign for US 666 now disappointingly renamed to US 491. 
We camped at the Morefield RV camp (full hook-ups) inside the NP. Mesa Verde's unspoiled beauty is enhanced by this comfortable camping spot set in a glorious canyon about four and a half (twisty) miles from the park entrance. The Morefield Campground sites are set amid native Gambel oaks and wildflowers in a spectacular wooded canyon that’s popular with deer and wild turkeys. This beautiful setting is great for star gazing. The nights were a bit chilly with lows in the 30’s but the free showers were hot and clean.
We enjoyed Mesa Verde's unspoiled beauty and took a USPS guided tour of the cliff dwellings. We got to climb and explore inside the old dwellings. Diana was a bit hesitant about climbing the ladder but was glad she did.
We left MV and headed southeast toward Albuquerque to catch a bit of the Balloon Fiesta. Great two-lane roads all the way . . . at times a little lonely, but very nice trip.
  
We arrived in the Albuquerque area (Corrales) and set up camp in the backyard of some friends. They live a few miles northwest of the Balloon launch grounds. We awoke to the sounds of gas flames lifting balloons directly over our rig. Two balloons even landed in the yard.
We spent a couple of days in Albuquerque and enjoyed the area, although by Sunday the weather had turned cold and windy, and the balloon launch was canceled. It rained Sunday night, and as we set out in the morning we were treated to the full spectrum of weather: wind, rain, and snow. We were traveling this part of the trip with friends heading home to San Diego, and we of course to LV. We decided to spend the night at the KOA in Seligman, AZ (home of the “Road-Kill Café”). It was windy and cold and not much to do in town, so we played some cards with our friends and called it a night. There is not much to recommend this stop, but it was a covenant place to stop. There are more attractive facilities with more accommodations up the road in Williams, and I would stop there next time.

By the time we pulled into Las Vegas it was sunny and nice. We checked into the KOA at Sam’s Town and got our spot. It was great to meet new and old friends. We had initially planned to stay through Sunday but we “got an offer we couldn’t refuse” and left early. 

We’re looking forward to the next rally and our next adventure in the Chinook. Let us know about your travels and experiences.

Chinook History Since 1938
Check out the complete history of Chinooks from the beginning in 1938 and see how they evolved over the years. It's a great story! https://www.tincantourists.com/wiki/doku.php?id=chinook
Chinook RV Club
Vehicle Name Plaques Available
    Available to Members for Just $35.00  
These plaques are durable engraved plastic, so they will not fade or wear out, and come with a chain to hang on your Chinook. Club members proudly display them at rallies to identify their coaches.

To order send your check for $35 directly to Barbara Jensen, 1255 S. Sandy Hill Drive, West Covina, CA 91791. Include the names as you would like them displayed on the plaque, including your city, state. 
  Club Officers 2018
President:
    Bob Shetland  bshetland2@gmail.com
V. P. Membership:
    Dave Shehane   dshehane@gmail.com
V. P. Rallies:
    Debbie Shetland  debbieshetland@gmail.com
Secretary:
    Patsy Shehane  pashehane@gmail.com 
Treasurer:
    Mary Coleman  maryccoleman@hotmail.com
Co-Members-at-Large:
    Jim Geleszinski jimn138@aol.com and Dale Frank  dale.frank@centurytel.net 
Immediate Past President:
    Dave Shehane  dshehane@gmail.com
Other Club Positions
Webmaster:
    Dave Shehane   webmaster@chinookrvclub.com
Editor:
    Debbie Shetland   debbieshetland@gmail.com
Club Historian:
    TBD
 
   PURPOSE: This Club (Chinook RV Club) exists to promote social, recreational & informational exchange activities that provide for the enjoyment and pleasurable use of all its members. Our club functions primarily in the western and central US, although it is open to qualified members from the Eastern club (Chinook Camping Club).
   DUES : Our dues are $35.00/year. Our fiscal and membership year is October 1 through September 30. Prompt payment not only helps Treasurer in budgeting expenses, but also helps the V.P. Membership to produce our Membership Directory. Please advise V.P. Membership of any changes in e-mail and mailing addresses.