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RE: RE: My reasons for joining the AKA -Reply
The Chesapeake Group's core is a pretty tight knit group that is dedicated
to providing quality service both locally, nationally and internationally
and I would have to say that it is specifically splitting up the tasks of
membership that makes it not only work well, but allows time and
improvements to surface. Still we are just a mob of volunteers and we work
our 60 hour work weeks at our day jobs and have families and other
interests and of course our fishrooms. I have had to cut my killi
fishkeeping in half in order to keep up but it is worth it. I was raised
to believe that wherever my interests lie, I should become involved and try
to make my area of interest a little better with my participation. Some
folks do it by advertising fish in the BNL, some by maintaining the
website, some by serving on the BOT, but there is mostly a lot of
unrecognized work that goes on day in and day out by killikeepers who we
never hear about - so "thank you" to them.
Joe Bulterman, AKA Membership Committee
14939 Ashford Court
Laurel, MD 20707
From: William Vannerson [SMTP:William_Vannerson at ama-assn_org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 11:42 PM
To: killietalk at aka_org
Subject: RE: RE: My reasons for joining the AKA -Reply
>>With your approval, I could send you a copy for your
review and written comments.<<
I'd be glad to help.
>>By the way, it is and was the Chesapeake Club that got the nod for
membership duties. <<
I know it's still early, but is the multiple membeership committee working
reasonably well. We haven't seen any complaints about new members not
seeing their kits, so you guys must be working well together.
A tip o' the hat to ye all.