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Re: Chicago Killifish Association 2002 Annual Show is canceled
Possibly it is time for a slight rule change -- some hobby clubs (not
killies) take the stand that once an event has been repeated annually for
three ( or some number ) of consecutive years then it becomes a permanent
event on the first weekend or second weekend of that same month each
year. Clubs should pick a day which would least likely interfere with a
holiday for their "permanent event" -- Is something like that worth
considering or too administratively cumbersome???
On Thu, 14 Mar 2002 14:01:04 -0600 "William Vannerson"
<William_Vannerson at ama-assn_org> writes:
> I want to make sure it's clear that the AKA is not the bad guy here.
> Jeff Kilker is following guidelines established years before and
> took what appears to be the only stance he can, to deny AKA
> sanctioning. It's the Chicago club's decision to proceed or cancel.
> Now it may be that the requirements and/or the way that the
> sanctioning request is processed are outdated and could be
> revisited. I don't know. I'm not a breeder, just a collector <s>,
> so sanctioned shows vs. unsanctioned shows makes little difference
> to me. I go to see killies and to meet with my friends.
> I do believe that this result is detrimental to the hobby as there
> are a number of folks that rely upon their annual visit to the ChiKA
> show as their only encounter with killies. So there is likely to be
> less folks keeping killies this year in Chicago. And that's not
> good for the hobby.
> Bill Vannerson
> McHenry, IL
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