Friday, July 1, 2022

Recap of 6/25/2022 Annual Meeting

Fifty-seven members attended our Annual Meeting at the Hubbard Community Center on June 25th.  Steve Maanum, a wildlife photographer, Loon watcher, and storyteller was our guest speaker.  (See link above for his presentation.) 

Next up on the agenda were reports from the board on various projects, fundraising, the treasurer's report, and more.  Lastly we held elections for the board of directors from Neighborhoods 1, 3, 4, and 5.   You can view these reports and the election results by clicking on the link at the bottom of this post.

Click here for details on your new board.



As part of the DNR's Get the Lead Out program,  we had 1.4 pounds lead tackle turned in. The lead was taken to the Hubbard County household hazardous waste site at the south transfer station.  Please check your tackle boxes for all your lead sinkers and lures, then take them to the transfer station.  All three of the local bait shops sell lead free tackle.  Just ask the clerks for the correct aisle.

For more details check this website.

We had 295 LLAA members this past fiscal year.   As of June 26th, we have 104 paid up members for the new fiscal year July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023.  If you have not paid your dues for 2023, please check out the membership page for details on how to pay.


 After the elections, a drawing was held for the door prizes.  You had to be present to win. 



 Click here to see the full Annual Meeting agenda, election results and more.

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