DUNN COUNTY FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION, INC.


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES

JUNE 27, 2011


PRESENT: Dave Moore, Larry Lapp, Wayne Wilson, Helmuth Albrecht, Scott Seston, Heather Kistner, Mike Kistner, Bob Kistner, Chad Mogen, and Bridget Schroeder


  1. Ducks Unlimited would like to use our money that we put towards the Trainer property as matching funds for a federal grant application. Wayne Wilson made a motion and Mike Kistner seconded to allow Duck’s Unlimited this item. Motion carried.


  1. During the Women on Target shoot, Gary Schwoch’s door was damaged. Larry would like the club to donate some money to repair the door as a gesture of good faith. It was suggested that Pookie check into our insurance deductible. Item tabled until next month’s meeting.


  1. Banquet ticket sponsorship drawing policy should be rewritten to state Sponsor drawings should be returned into the club. Larry will revised and bring back to the meeting next month.


  1. If we are interested in changing the Ice Fishing Contest, then we need to start proceeding. Bill’s Distributing is interested in co-sponsoring. It was suggested that ice fishing contest co-chairs work out details about changes and bring them back to the Executive Committee.


  1. Fair Booth – Chad Mogen will be in charge. If you are interested in helping out, please see Chad. We will get a sign up sheet sent around for those willing to work.


  1. Conservationist of the Year (member and non-member). It will be decided at the next board meeting. Please get your nomination forms into the executive committee.


  1. Dave Moore made a motion and Heather Kistner seconded a motion to donate $131 for arrows to the Archery Club. Motion carried.


  1. Distention in the club, what can be done about it?






Motion was made by Heather Kistner and seconded by Bob Kistner to adjourn at 6:32 p.m.



DUNN COUNTY FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION, INC.


REGULAR MEETING MINUTES

June 27, 2011


  1. CALL TO ORDER

President Larry Lapp called the meeting to order.


  1. SECRETARY’S REPORT-BRIDGET SCHROEDER

A reading of the minutes was waived due to them being published in the newsletter, email and posted on the website Mike Benzel moved and Al Finder seconded a motion to accept the minutes as printed in the newsletter. Motion carried.


  1. TREASURER’S REPORT-HELMUTH ALBRECHT

­­­­Reading of the treasurers was given. Bar & Building account total revenues $5,749.47 total expenses $5,562.99; Total general account revenues $55.00 total expenses $8,454.57. Bill Daley moved and Dave Frank seconded a motion to accept the treasurer's report. Motion carried.

  1. CORRESPONDENCE-LARRY LAPP

Thank you from Al Finder


  1. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT-LARRY LAPP

President Larry Lapp presented the Executive Committee Report


  1. DNR REPORT- JIM CLEVEN

New laws going into effect for permit for bass fishing, and bear hunting


  1. DUNN COUNTY CONSERVATION ALLIANCE REPORT-SCOTT SINZ

No report


  1. WISCONSIN CONSERVATION CONGRESS REPORT-RUSS HITZ

No report


  1. COMMITTEE REPORTS


  1. FALL BANQUET – DAVE MOORE & BRIDGET SCHROEDER

Next meeting is July 5th at 7:00 p.m. Please see Dennis Simpson to pick up raffle tickets. Sponsor letters are ready to be sent out; and banquet invitations are ready, if you want to pick up, please see Dave Moore. Tickets for the Rob Schroeder Memorial are available; if you are interested in selling and distributing these tickets, please see Pookie.


  1. YOUTH – JIM CLEVEN

84 youth came to the youth fishing event. They caught 139 trout. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped out.

2 hunters are signed up for the youth bear hunt. One is from Colfax and the other is from Lake Mills; Jim will be in contact with them. We could still use some more volunteers. Youth Bear meeting June 29th at 7:00 p.m.


  1. SUNSHINE/MEMORIALS – ROBERT STRATTON

Lannie Hanson -


  1. SCHOLARSHIP – WAYNE WILSON

Total balance as of June 27, 2011 $46,831.00.


  1. PHEASANTS – BOB KISTNER, SCOTT SESTON

July 7th in the night to put blinders on the pheasants at 5:00 p.m.


  1. RIFLE RANGE & HUNTER SAFETY-DUKE HOLMBERG

164 shooters this month, weather has kept things down. Hunter Education there are 54 already signed up. Duke has raffle tickets available for the pistol club.


  1. FISH CRIBS – DAVE PECHMILLER

No report


  1. LEGISLATIVE/XCEL ENERGY – MIKE BENZEL

Carry and Conceal Law - $50 for 5 year, renewal is $25

Stewardship funds were cut by $26 million

No increase in fishing and hunting fees

Excel meeting July 12


  1. ICE FISHING CONTEST - MIKE KISTNER & LES KUESEL

Mike and Les are going to get together to see where the contest wants to go and set up meeting date/


J. HARMON CHICKEN SUPPER – BOB DELONG/MIKE BENZEL

221 dinners sold last month total profit of $336 including bar and dinner. $800 YTD. 181 signed up for tomorrow nights dinner. Still need some workers.


K. BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – SCOTT SESTON

Floor was finished


L. BAR MANAGEMENT – PAUL JACOBSON

No report


M. MEMBERSHIP – WAYNE WILSON

$4,029.09 in the Life Membership CD


  1. KITCHEN-

Still need volunteers to chair



O. BLUE BIRD HOUSES – STAN HUFTEL

No report


  1. HUNTER’S AGAINST HUNGER – RON FRY

No report


  1. WOMEN ON TARGET – GARY BUSS

48 in attendance, 30 volunteer, the heat kept 14 women away, but all in all it was a great success.


  1. OLD BUSINESS-


  1. NEW BUSINESS-

Holland Millar made a motion and Martha Stratton seconded to have 247 Telecom provide internet and phone service when the contract with Charter expires in August. Motion carried


  1. CALENDAR-


June 28 Harmon Supper 5:00 p.m.

June 29 Youth Bear Meeting 7:00 p.m.

July 5 Banquet Meeting 7:00 p.m.

July 7 Pheasant Blinders 5:00 p.m.

July 19 Banquet Meeting 7:00 p.m.

July 25 Executive Committee 5:30 p.m.

July 25 Regular Meeting 7:00 p.m.

July 26 Harmon Supper 5:00 p.m.

July 27 Hunter Education

July 27-31 Dunn County Fair

  1. DRAWINGS-


Meat-Al Finder

Meat-Heather Kistner

Meat-Dave Pechmiller

Meat-Jim Cleven

Meat-Jerome Evenson

NRA Membership-Scott Seston

ADJOURNMENT


Mike Benzel made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Jerome Evenson seconded. Motion carried.