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Four of five bylaw proposals fail

There were five bylaw proposals submitted in 2020 for the 2021 annual meeting. The requirement for any to pass is a ‘yes’ vote by 2/3 of the delegates present at the annual meeting.

Proposal #1 – The BOD shall not have spouse, domestic partner or immediate family member occupy BOD positions at the same time. FAILED
Proposal #2 – The association BOD shall meet quarterly in a regular session in each district at least once a year to conduct the business of the Association. FAILED
Proposal #3 – The Association Secretary shall be elected at an annual meeting by the delegates. FAILED
Proposal #4 – To reduce the number of the Board of Directors from 13 to 7 members. FAILED
Proposal #5 – This is a changing of words throughout the bylaws to allow for the use of Video Conference meetings or in some cases email to conduct business. PASSED

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Niagara Rim Poker Run

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Stanislaus National Forest, CA

Come out and go wheeling on the fabulous Niagara Rim Trail. Enjoy our great trail, delicious dinner, awesome raffle and maybe win some money with a good poker hand. We are located off HWY 108 approx. 15 miles past Strawberry/Pinecrest (Eagle Meadows turnoff). For more info. contact Mary Krupka at 209-605-7993, mkrupka@yahoo.com or look us up on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/4x4-In-Motion-134327519927328/) or http://www.4x4inmotion.com/

Lassen-Applegate Emigrant Trail Ride

16 JulJul

TA, 6000 E Frontage Rd, Mill City, NV 89418, USA

In search of the Forty-Niners – This is a guided 4-wheel drive tour of the 1849 wagon route used by thousands of emigrants from Gerlach, Nevada to Surprise Valley, California. Superb desert and mountain scenery with many historical points of interest, led by experienced guides. All quality meals and basic camping facilities are provided. Limited to 25 vehicles.

This is a 4WD trip for high clearance 4WD vehicles only. The route used will follow the same trail heavily used during the Gold Rush (1849-1852) with exception of a few areas where the original trail still remains in relatively pristine condition and needs to be preserved. The condition of the road ranges from maintained county roads to un-maintained 4WD trails.

The Emigrants wrote in their diaries such a good description of this trip that we can identify all of the key points of interest in the history of the route. It is not a difficult trip but there are places where 4WD will be required or where trail committee instructions must be followed.

The price is $275* for adults and $150* for children age 7 to 14. Children under 7 are free.  Bring your own tent, chairs, sleeping bags, snacks, refreshments and plenty of drinking water. A travel guide with a map will be provided for each vehicle so that you may keep track of your progress and learn what the emigrants wrote down about their harrowing experiences.

More information available at http://www.highrocktrekkers.com/lassen-applegate-emigrant-trail-ride/

*Prices are subject to change.

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