February 28, 2009 - 4 Seasons Recreational Club Monthly Meeting
The secretary’s report was approved as read on a Charles/Bob motion.
The treasurer’s report was approved as read on a Mark/Bob motion. We would like to thank the Chipmunk and
Viewpoint lodge for their generous donations to our club.
We have made the changes to have the park electric bills to come to the club; they will
run from $36.00 to $45.00 per month. Mary can pay the transfer fee of $25.00 with the first statement.
We have some tickets left and one month to get them sold – maybe we can sell many of them today at the SWORDS ATV run.
Cozy Corner booya is March 7th – be sure to attend and show our support.
We are waiting for our rebate check from Mennards to finish with the addition and doing the walls.
Groomer has not moved for a few weeks until this week – the south end is good and north end has some bare spots.
Mark and Marvin saw/drove several (new) groomers in St.Germain and let it be know that we
are in the market for a used one. It was too early at the time, but there will be some
available after April when other clubs trade in. Motion by Bob, second by Charles to pay
fuel bill for the trip, about $22.00. Motion carried.
We will finish the snowmobile safety class tomorrow – there are 21 students. We should
put up a yard light on the building for when we have things in the evening, and we need
a light in bathrooms.
We have sent for a Class B raffle license for the meat raffles.
Whatever Road has been requested for an ATV route. Marv will talk to Rick and tell him we need
the signature of the other resident on the road and inform him that if there are problems on Severin
Road that it may be closed. Bernard Grenier asked to have Lynch Road opened, but there is not a connection
to our trail – Charles will call and explain that to him.
There is a legislative meeting of AWSC on March 26, 2009.
The SWORDS Run is today and we have helpers in area businesses to do the stamping.
Tim: Northwest Trails will help with summer atv map this year since there is no state
funding. They also donated $1,000.00 to the AWSC Youth Group to encourage younger people
to get involved in clubs. Our grooming will qualify for supplemental money this year.
Washburn County opened trails again.
Motion by Mark, second by Bob to adjourn at 10:55.