⁃ 15 members in attendance at Toddy Brook.
⁃ Minutes read and approved.
⁃ $19,274 treasury.
⁃ $1,091.80 V & V Insurance expense.
⁃ Misc mailing, signage costs, Rachel’s apps, $131.
⁃ Donations to be going out very soon $250 ea Cumb & NoYarm by Terry.
⁃ Membership, 7 paid memberships, family & business membership, 4 more just came in tonight, +++
⁃ $100 Sheebo business membership & donation.
⁃ $50 Jim’s business & donation.
⁃ Bill to collect tickets and take to Augusta. 12/4 is last chance to get tix to him. Bill has table reserved.
⁃ Trail signing grooming 9:00am this Sunday 11/24 at clubhouse.
⁃ Bill has a bill to submit.
⁃ Club will split up to put in signs and work on bridge.
⁃ Shaun Breton, reported that we are past the time to work on the bridge/trail between Rt100-Blanchard - too wet at this time. Trail plan not finalized... culvert may be an option? Berm? Still under discussion, may drive poles down in, then bridge over top.
⁃ May need to make application with CMP to get approval for the Piscataqua bridge. Possible MSA grant for trail/bridge. Shaun needs contact points to get grant/application info.
⁃ Ken shared trail reroute thru NoYarm Variety. Royal River club will do signing.
⁃ KevinG to take orders for club gear, embroidered hats, shirts, etc.
⁃ Bruce reported trail work & signs up.
⁃ ShaunB & MikeE to print large maps and laminate to be put on trail signs for riders to view.
⁃ Mark talked about Crystal lane access to powerline. Steve would talk to landowners with Mark/ShawnM to connect for permission. Saturday p.m.
⁃ MikeR brought up the Tuttle Rd , Oceanview trail. Brush dump is being put in on the gated trail. SteveR will talk to Bill Shane about moving/rerouting the trail off the brush dump road.
⁃ New bridge across Rt 9, Bill $161. Bruce supplied telephone poles, BruceC, BillB, & KenT completed.
⁃ BillB, “you are here signs” would be nice!
⁃ ShawnM mentioned Dan Sheehan director availability, trail master is still an “open” position - very important!!!
⁃ MikeE, “thank you for sympathy card”. Membership, ask others to join in, help out, and grow the club!
⁃ Steve, Christmas party should be great - 3 clubs together, Royal River-Falmouth-Cumb/NoYarm. Trail work reminder!
⁃ Very busy in the bar and noise-level can be a challenge.
⁃ $45 + 1 for agent to register sled, hasn’t chged in a few years.
⁃ Meeting adjourned.
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11-20-2019 Meeting Notes