The annual elections of the Susquehanna Chapter of Trout Unlimited will take place at the November 10, 2021 Chapter meeting. The meeting will be held at 7 pm in the Fellowship Hall of the Covenant Central Presbyterian Church in Williamsport.
President: Walt Nicholson
Vice President: Open
Secretary: Kevin McJunkin
Treasurer: Bob Baker
Directors (2 available positions) Dave Craig and John Kolb
Nominations will be taken from the floor prior to the election. Any member is able to run for, and hold office. If you will be nominating someone, please make sure they are willing to service prior to nominating them.
There is also a number of committees that need a Chairperson / members to help with. We are specifically looking for someone to lead our Women’s committee, Youth Committee and the Diversity Committee.
Helping with any of the above will take some of the burden off members who are doing multiple jobs.
Any questions or if you would like to find out more about any of the positions, please let us know.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to cancel our monthly meeting for October 13. We will have our next monthly meeting on November 10, 2021 where our annual elections will be held. We will announce the topic of the next meeting at a later date.
We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause.
Trout Unlimited’s South Central RVP Russ Collins was featured in an article this past month. “He sees, first-hand, how the iconic hemlock — Pennsylvania’s state tree — is under siege and is dying off,” and with it some of its vital ecosystem services.
This is an interesting idea.. There are many tournaments and gatherings but this is a tournament to pick up trash and clean up Raytown Lake.
Mark your calendars for National Public Lands Day – September 25 – and come help LCO clean up Raystown Lake! Free registration, free food, free prizes! Have fun competing against other teams while beautifying Central PA.
Whoever picks up the most trash wins the grand prize. Prizes for other categories include most tires and most footwear collected.