Good evening FF&G Club Members,
I hope this message finds everyone in good health and spirits. The current state and condition of the club is excellent. The club is fully operational. The club is in good financial standing. There are no known major issues or outstanding projects. The ALL VOLUNTEER staff has been working hard to run the club.
The purpose of this message is to provide members with written notice of the upcoming Annual Members Meeting on March 9th at 6:30 PM in the clubhouse. During this meeting we will hold our Annual Executive Committee elections. Below shows the current Executive Committee members and indicates if they will appear on the 2022 ballot. There are no current outstanding nominations or contested positions that have been brough forth to date.
President, Adam Painchaud (Ballot)
Vice President, Mark Fuller (Ballot)
Treasurer, Garrick Locke (Ballot)
Secretary, Janet Thorell (Ballot)
Membership Coordinator, Christy Painchaud (Ballot)
Director, Ed Auletta (Ballot)
Director, Chris Dupont (Ballot)
Assistant Archery Director & Secretary, Brian Fuller (Ballot)
Legacy Director, Bob Chase (Ballot)
Safety Director & Assistant Range Officer, Ed Robinson (Ballot)
Archery Director, Allan Thorell (Ballot)
Director & Chief Range Officer, Clarence Wyatt (Ballot)
Trap & Skeet Director, Tony Ford (Ballot)
Director, Bill Connor (Ballot)
Director, Holly Stickles (Ballot)
Range Director, Chris Stickles (Ballot)
Director, Dave Smith (Not Running, Vacant Position for 2022)
Other than standard club annual meeting agenda and voting, the only new business topic to discuss and vote on is an amended update to the club bylaws. For approximately the past six months, the Executive Committee has been working on these proposed changes to better suit the needs of the club and more closely align with current best practices.
Attached (click HERE) to this email is a document showing the proposed amendments to the existing bylaws. Font in black shows the current bylaw to stand, font in red (and struck through) shows a proposed deletion, font in green shows a proposed amendment/change. If discussion of these amendments to the bylaws proves to be convoluted and highly contested by the majority, a vote will not be held. Withholding that, a vote will be held for the proposed amendments to the bylaws.
We hope to see many of you at the clubhouse!
Adam A. Painchaud
Farmington Fish & Game Club