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BONNIE STEELE

OFFICE MANAGER

office@cal4wheel.com

8120 36th Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95824
916-381-8300

8120 36th Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95824

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About Cal4Wheel

We're the California Four Wheel Drive Association, Inc. Since 1959, our non-profit organization has actively promoted the advancement of vehicle oriented outdoor recreation. Today, the association represents over 8,000 members and 160 member clubs. We are the largest organization of this type in California and represent owners of all makes and models of 4WD vehicles, as well as non-owners who support responsible vehicle-oriented recreation.

HELPING 4 WHEELERS

We maintain a full-time office in Sacramento. Our staff and volunteers work closely with legislators and land use managers to provide input, influence, expertise, and manpower to keep lands open to 4WD vehicle access. Many successful battles have been waged and won to keep trails open all over the state. We keep our members informed about important issues and changing laws through our bimonthly magazine, In Gear, and regular email updates.

HAVING FUN

Members enjoy association-sponsored events all year round. These events cover every type of terrain in every corner of the state. Whether you are interested in extremely challenging "hard rock" trails for the experienced enthusiast, or milder runs for the new four-wheeler, we have several events just for you. Many of our member clubs also sponsor monthly runs open to all.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Our members are active in conservation projects throughout California. Projects, which are coordinated with local agencies, can range from tree planting to removing junk cars from remote areas, from closing off entrances of hazardous mine shafts to repairing trail damage. We have received national recognition by winning "Take Pride in California" awards, and "Volunteers For Public Lands" national awards. Many clubs also have Adopt-A-Trails that they maintain.

Meetings

The association conducts its business by holding quarterly board of directors and district meetings. Members are welcome and encouraged to attend all meetings, and clubs are asked to send a delegate to their district meetings.

The meeting schedules are as follows:

  • January - District Meetings
  • February - Board of Directors meeting held at annual Convention
  • April - District Meetings
  • May or June - Board of Directors meeting
  • July - District Meetings
  • August or September - Board of Directors Meeting
  • October - District Meetings
  • November - Board of Directors Meeting

For a complete list of the meeting dates and locations, please visit the event calendar

Board of Directors

The association is governed by a volunteer board of directors. These volunteers are tasked with monitoring the daily operation, managing finances, planning events, hiring employees and contractors, setting long-term goals for the organization, representing us at meetings, and raising funds.

The membership is divided into three districts along county lines: North, Central, and South. Each district is assigned three officers.

Every quarter, the board of directors holds a meeting to discuss association business. The meetings are usually held at the association office, but the location can vary. Check our calendar for meeting dates.

State Officers

President: Steve Egbert

Past President: Mark Cave

Treasurer: Don Spuhler

Recording Secretary: Sherry Stortroen

North District Officers

Vice-President: Peety Woll

Membership: Glenn Reynolds

Secretary/Treasurer: Kitten Chapman

Central District Officers

Vice-President: Mike McGarity

Membership: Bob Wagers

Secretary/Treasurer: Phil Moreno

South District Officers

Vice-President: Alan Bauer

Membership: Terry Dean

Secretary/Treasurer: Bonnie Ferguson

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Governing Documents

Documents and forms pertaining to the operation of the association.

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Cal4Wheel Conservation & Education Foundation

Purpose:

The basic purpose of the Foundation is to acquire resources from both public and private sector sources to develop programs in the areas of resource conservation, four-wheel drive vehicle driving safety, public education and related areas.

CHARITABLE Non-profit:

The Foundation is registered in California and IRS certified as a 501(c)3 charity non-profit corporation.

Board of Trustees:

The Board of Trustees consists of between six and eleven members. It is made up of the president and the three vice presidents of the California Four Wheel Drive Association, plus two Trustees-at-large, one to five trustees representing firms, agencies or individuals who have financial or in-kind contributions to the Foundation.

What we do:

The Foundation seeks grants to provide funds for conservation & education programs related to four-wheel drive recreation throughout California. Such programs are driving safety, public education and conservation projects. We also provide grants to CA4WDA clubs and individuals to help them do conservation and education projects.

Donations

The Foundation depends on your donations to operate its programs. All donations to the Foundation (501(c)3 charitable non-profit corporation) may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor/account for deductible status. An IRS Letter of Determination is available upon request.

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Note: Applications must be returned at least 30 days prior to project date for approval process and funding. Not all grant application are guaranteed to be funded due to number of applications, time and total amount of funding available.

Grants

The Cal4Wheel non-profit foundation now has money for association clubs and members who perform conservation and education projects.

We want you to know that if your club or group has a much needed work day project to do that will benefit the OHV community, we can give you a grant to help make it happen.

Typical improvement projects funded are related to our four-wheeling areas on public or private lands. Typically, they are some form of land improvements or area clean-ups. The money can be used for anything related to the project from tools to food for your hard working volunteers.

To get a grant application for your conservation/education work day grant, contact C4WDA Office Phone: 916-381-8300, email office@cal4wheel.com.

Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees consists of between six and eleven members.

Board of Trustee President - John Stewart

President - Steve Egbert

North District VP - Peety Woll

Central District VP - Mike McGarity

South District VP - Alan Bauer

Foundation Recording Secretary - Cheryl May

One to five trustees representing firms, agencies or individuals:

Jeff Blewett

Steve Gardiner

Nellie Malloy

Jesse May

Todd Ockert

Scholarship Fund

The C4WDA Conservation and Education Foundation awards three scholarships annually. These awards are given in honor of Bud Hammers, a charter member of the Tulare County 4X4 Club, one of the original clubs that started Cal4Wheel. Bud served as President pro-tem until Steve Morris was elected as first President. He also served as treasurer for C4WDA and served on the Legislative Committee in 1960 and 1961. He was very supportive and dedicated to our cause.

Scholarships are awarded to help sponsor private post-secondary education for selected C4WDA members or their children. The scholarship program is funded by donations from C4WDA members and the recipients of the awards are selected by the Life Members of C4WDA. The program is fully funded by donations only, so the amount awarded each year varies.

Requirements for Application:

  1. Must be a C4WDA member or immediate family (children of members).
  2. Minimum GPA of 2.5.
  3. 20 hours of documented public service work from any or a combination of:
    1. C4WDA event as a committee volunteer.
    2. A C4WDA club conservation run doing trail cleanup or repair.
    3. Political activism in support of OHV issues.
  4. One page essay on stated topic.
  5. Copies of transcripts from the most recent semester.

Application for scholarship must be received in the C4WDA office no later than December 31. Application may be downloaded below, or obtained from the office by calling 800-4x4-FUNN. Mail, fax or email may be used to send the application.

Note: The 20 hours of public service work can be met with the production of a short video or photo slide show to be published on the C4WDA YouTube Channel.

  1. Appropriate video or photo slide shows must contain images of a four wheel drive activity such as trail ride, trail cleanup, event participation, or other trail conservation project with members in participation.
  2. Desired images of vehicles should have a visible C4WDA or club decal and identify the area where taken.
  3. Audio/soundtrack is not required.
  4. Videos and photo slide shows should convey a message of family activity enjoying the outdoors.

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Set up your profile

When you find a community and forum that you like and plan on staying with for a while it is a good idea to set up and complete your profile. You access your profile by clicking 'My Profile' located at the top of the forum. This area is not much different than any other form you have filled out online or in real life except that much of the information in here is optional.

Personal Info

  • Summary - All your settings from other tabs summarized.
  • Edit Your Details - Edit your login name, email address and password.
  • My Avatar - Select an avatar from those available or upload your own image. If you upload your own image, you can upload an image up to 250 x 250 pixels and 50 kilobytes. The forum will automatically scale the image for use in various locations.

Forum Settings

  • Look and Layout - Tweak a few forum appearance settings.
  • My Profile Info - Fill in personal information that you don't mind sharing publicly. This is also where you fill out your forum signature.
  • My Posts - List of your posts ordered by most recent. Handy for finding a post that you don't recall which board you posted it in.
  • My Subscribes - List of topics that you have subscribed to send you an email notification for all new responses.
  • My Favorites - List of topics that you have ticked as a favourite of yours so they are more easily identifiable in the forum list.
  • Remember to press the 'Save' button any time you make changes in your profile.

Reply to an existing post

So, you have been lurking around the forum for a while reading every post and getting to know everyone. You have just read someone's post and you have finally decided you are going to reply and contribute some information of your own. Great! This is done by pressing one of the 'reply' buttons.

  • Quick Reply - this brings up a small text area (without reloading the webpage) where you can quickly type a short reply. Press 'Submit' when you are done typing your response. If you have a change of heart you can press cancel and nothing gets posted regardless if you typed anything or not.
  • Reply - This is the standard method in which you should reply when you want to reply primarily to the most recent post. The reason for this is because the subject line of your reply will autofill with the subject of the post from which you are replying. In case you were wondering, yes, you can change the subject. OK, now you are looking at what is called a text editor. Think of it as a slimmed down version of a word processor (such as Microsoft Word) in which you can format your text, add links, images, smilies, etc. More on how to format your post later. For now, type your response and press the 'Preview' button at the bottom of the page if you wish to view your post prior to submitting it. When you are done editing and are satisfied your post is ready to contribute to the forum then press the 'Submit' button.
  • Quote - If you wish to quote someone's post whether in whole or in part you simple press the 'Quote' button located beside the 'Reply' button underneath each post. The is very useful if you wish to make light of or expand upon a prior post. Once you press the Quote button you are brought into the same editing environment that you use to edit or create any other post. At this point, you type your response directly to that quote. When you are done replying, press the 'Submit' button.
  • Reply Topic - This button functions the same as the 'Reply' button with the exception that your subject line will autofill with the subject of the original post (OP). This may come in handy if you replying to a long post whose subjects may have changed over time but you want to reply to the OP. When you are done replying, press the 'Submit' button.

Create a new post of your own

Now that you have responded to a few other posts, and feel like an accepted member of the community, you want to tell us a little bit about yourself. To do this, you should start your very own topic so we can properly respond and greet you. Navigate to our General board and click on it so that you can see the list of all of the existing posts. At the top of the list is a button labelled 'New Thread'. Click that button to start your very own topic. You are placed at the same text editor that you used earlier when replying to posts. Simply type your message telling us all about yourself and press 'Submit'. Now you have your own post topic in the list.

Format your post

Remember we said earlier that the text editor is very similar to a word processor? Well, as in any word processor you can format and arrange your text for emphasis here in the forum.

The first, basic thing you should know is that the forum uses what's called BBcode or Bulletin Board Code. BBcode uses 'tags' to 'mark up' your text. Each 'tag' has an opening and closing 'tag' denoted within brackets. An opening tag will look like [ ] and a closing tag looks like [/ ]. Notice the slash in the closing bracket is the only thing that is different. If you forget the slash, the forum will interpret your closing bracket as an opening bracket.

The easiest way to 'mark up' your text is usually to type it out first, then select it, and press the appropriate button at the top of the editor. For example, if you wanted to make 'some text' bold you would type it out 'some text', then select 'some text' with your mouse, and then press the 'B' icon in the toolbar located just above the Message area (where you are composing your message). You will now see: [b]some text[/b]. When you preview or submit your message it will be displayed as 'some text'. Alternatively, if you know them, you can type the tags manually right along with the rest of your text or you can use the buttons at the top of the editor to insert the tags the fill in your text.

The BBcode Wiki covers the basic mark up tags so let's move on to what the Wiki doesn't cover.

Lists

There are two types of lists: ordered and unordered. An ordered list is a numerical list like you might use to list the finishing order of a race. An unordered list is a list you might use to list groceries. There are two different tags needed to create a list.

First, you use a tag that creates the kind of list you want.

[ul] [/ul] = unordered list [ol] [/ol] = ordered list

Second, you use a list tag for each item in the list

[li] [/li] = each list item.

So, the code for an ordered list would look like this:

[ol] [li] 1st place[/li] [li] 2nd place[/li] [li] 3rd place[/li] [/ol]

Videos

Embedding a video in your post is a more recent addition to the forum and makes use of many video sharing websites on the web. This gives us the ability to show the video in our forum without having to host it ourselves or making you follow a link over some other website to see the video. Once you have a video that you want to post you need to find the unique identifier in the URL to that video.

It's difficult to provide detailed instructions or examples here, so we'll only cover the basics. Understand that each video sharing website uses a unique identifier for each video. For example, this video from YouTube whose URL is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqJE5TH5jhc. You need to know the video's unique identifier (which differs depending on what site you visit); in our example, the unique identifier is bqJE5TH5jhc. Once you know what that unique identifier is you can embed that video in our forum by selecting the video hosting website from the 'video' drop down list at the top of the WYSIWIG editor pr typing the following:

[video type=] [/video]

If you were embedding a video from YouTube, for example, the bbcode would end up looking like this:

[video type=youtube] insert_unique_identifier_here [/video]

for example

[video type=youtube] bqJE5TH5jhc [/video]

It's a good idea to preview your post to make sure the video is visible before submitting your completed post.

Edit your own post

There will be times when you make a post and you don't catch a misspelled word, fix a broken link or something that will require you to edit you post. It happens to us all so the edit button is easily accessible. When you are looking at one of your own posts that you need to edit you will find the 'Edit' button at the bottom of your post. Simply press the edit button and you use the same editor you used to create your post populated with the actual post. Edit your post as you see fit and, when you are satisfied, press the 'Submit' button at the bottom of the page. All done!

Visibility and notification of your favorite posts

Now that you have settled into your new community and everyone has met you, you want to be able to keep up with your favorite posts without checking in every five minutes to see if something new has posted. There a couple of ways that you can do that.

Subscribe

At the top and the bottom of every thread you will find the 'Subscribe' button. Pressing this button subscribes you to that topic so that any responses to that topic will generate an email notification to your email address stating that a new post has been made along with a link directly to said post for your convenience. You will notice the button now reads 'Unsubscribe' indicating that you are subscribed and pressing the button again will remove your subscription to that thread. Remember that you can also manage your subscriptions in your profile.

Favorite

Another way of gaining visibility of threads that wish to keep an eye on is set them as your 'Favorite'. This will place an obvious indicator, such as a star, beside the topic name of the thread so that it will stand out in the forum list of topics. You will notice the button now reads 'Unfavorite' indicating that the post is already one of your favourites and pressing the button again will remove it from your favourites. This is a great way to get visibility on multiple topics that you wish to watch without getting spammed by email subscriptions. Remember that you can also manage your favourites in your profile.

The Karma System

The karma system is one of those neat little things that contributes to the community aspect of a website by empowering you to give feedback to those who deserve it. It is a tool you can use to show appreciation or disapproval for anything that another member has done.

Maybe you posted for help on how to do something and got such a swift and helpful response from another member that you want to show appreciation in more than just words. You can applaud them by giving them Karma. Perhaps another member responded to that same post negatively offering no help and unnecessarily making you look foolish when you genuinely needed help. You can smite them by take away Karma. However, should you smite someone, you should follow that up with a message to an admin or moderator and let them know just in case there is a larger issue.

Please use the karma system responsibly. Don't abuse it by artificially inflating someone's karma or waging a personal war against someone by reducing their karma unnecessarily. If abuse is detected the karma system will be shut off as it is not a necessity.

The karma controls are located in the top, right of each post we make in the forum. The '+' sign adds karma and the '-' takes it away. You cannot adjust your own karma.

Conclusion

Now that you know how to create your own posts, edit them, set notifications, etc, you are ready to explore the rest of the forum. Don't be afraid. Go click things and see what they do. If something 'breaks' or you don't understand how to use something make a post in the forum and ask for help.

The simplistic rule of thumb here is use common sense.

  1. Be nice, i.e., "golden rule" and no swear words that are over the top.
  2. Work hard to stay on topic without self-promoting.
  3. Only original comments here, do not post private emails, other people's work.
  4. No personal attacks or flaming will be tolerated.

Letters needed in support of AB-1077

From John Stewart, Cal4Wheel Natural Resources Consultant

Your assistance is needed to help save the California OHV Program. Assembly Bill-1077 has been introduced and is scheduled for its first hearing before the Assembly Committee on Water, Parks, and Wildlife on April 4, 2017. This proposed bill is supported by state OHV groups and would keep the OHV program as it now exists.

The immediate need is for people that live within the districts of Members of the Assembly Committee on Water, Parks, and Wildlife to send letters asking them to SUPPORT AB-1077. A list of those members is provided below.

You can either write and mail a letter, send an email with the below text (about 1670 characters) or leave a posting on the Member's Facebook Wall.

The members are addressed as: Honorable (first name) (last name)
Assembly Committee on Water, Parks & Wildlife

The heading across from the address will say: AB 1077 (O'Donnell) Support

AB 1077 INFO

  • Go to this link to look up your assembly member and state senator.
  • Enter your address, city, and zip code
  • Click "Locate"
  • On each legislators' website will be a "Contact" link with the ability to send an email to your representative.

John Stewart
619-390-8747
Email

Assembly Committee on Water, Parks & Wildlife

Capitol Office, Room 4140
P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0056

Capitol Office, Room 2158
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0003

Capitol Office, Room 4158
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0005

Capitol Office, Room 2016
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0068

Capitol Office, Room 2160
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0025

Capitol Office, Room 2137
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0043

Capitol Office, Room 4162
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0078

Capitol Office, Room 3126
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0051

Capitol Office, Room 5126
P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0074

Capitol Office, Room 5135
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0010

Capitol Office, Room 2111
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0026

Capitol Office, Room 5175
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0048

Capitol Office, Room 4016
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0032

Capitol Office, Room 4005
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0015

Capitol Office, Room 6005
PO Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0002

Letter Contents & Instructions

Please copy and paste the below information and send an email to your elected representative.

Most legislators maintain a social media (Facebook) presence.

Also, please copy and paste the below information and post it to the Facebook Wall of your elected representative.

Dear Honorable (Assembly Member):

I am asking for you to support Assembly Bill 1077 by Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, which reauthorizes the unique and heralded California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) Program.

The OHMVR Program assures that quality recreational opportunities remain available for future generations by providing for maintenance, education, conservation, and enforcement that balance OHMVR's recreation impact with programs that monitor, conserve and protect cultural and natural resources.

AB 1077 best honors the intent of the 1971 Chappie-Z’Berg Act and the subsequent diverse stakeholder process in 2007 that led to historic bi-partisan legislation (SB 742-Steinberg) that reauthorized the current California OHMVR Program.

Managed by the Department of Parks and Recreation OHMVR Division and Commission, the current OHMVR program is often cited as the national Gold Standard in modern environmentally-sound motorized recreation.

At a public meeting in Sacramento on July 19, 2016, California Department of Parks and Recreation Director Mangat stated: "This OHV program is the national model. It's not just the great program in the State of California, it is the national model, and we recognize that.”

The OHMVR Division has administered this program for the last 35 years, is completely self-funded and does not rely on any General Fund support.

I urge you to SUPPORT AB-1077 which reauthorizes the unique and heralded state OHV program. The only program change being proposed is the removal of the sunset clause which would make the program permanent, similar to the specially funded Division of Boating and Waterways and all other divisions within the Department of Parks and Recreation.

(NAME)
(City), (State) (Zip Code)

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Contacts

California Four Wheel Drive Association, Inc.

ADDRESS

8120 36th Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95824
Bonnie Steele, Office Manager
office@cal4wheel.com

PHONE

(916) 381-8300
(800) 4x4-FUNN
Fax (916) 381-8726

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Convention 2013

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