IMPORTANT! 2020 Annual Meeting, Election, and Lunch February 9, 2020
Our annual meeting will be held at Guacamaya’s Mexican Grill, 1317 E Gurley St, Prescott, AZ. Please arrive about 11:15 for check in and socializing and we will begin eating, hopefully, about 11:45. There will be a choice of chicken fajitas, beef fajitas, or a shrimp caesar salad. Along with the entree, there will be chips and salsa, and drinks included in your $20 fee, payable at the banquet room entrance (kindly pay lunch fee with cash or a check payable to BCHCAZ). The cost includes gratuity and taxes.
IMPORTANT…….Please RSVP to Roxanne Haughey at Roxanne@rockinRBRanch.com rather than the BCHCAZ email address, as it eliminates someone having to forward the email. Even if you THINK you are able to attend, pleasae let us know as soon as possible. Your reservation is not cast in stone but rather helps the restaurant set the right number of tables & seats.
The current agenda is trimmed down to make the meeting a reasonable length and is as follows:
2019 year in review / 2020 plans Alan
2020 plans and priorities PNFS TBC
Hot topic in veterinary science TBC
Regarding plans for 2020, we urgently need others to become Board members or serve on a Committee. We welcome new folks to get more involved with Back Country Horsemen, even for just one year. It truly is fun and what a worthwhile organization!!! If you or someone you know is interested in running for office or would like to be on the Board, please nominate them either in advance or at the meeting).
Board Secretary – record monthly meeting minutes and drive membership communications
Volunteer hours coordinator: gather hours work and create a year end summary report
Social media coordinator: manage the website and Facebook content, provide information to the vendors for updates
Membership coordinator- Record new members additions and renewals including mailing an introductory packet, managing the group roster and reporting same to State and National organizations
Project manager and partners liaison- be the interface to National Forest, AZ trail Horse Council organizations; coordinate projects such as Groom Creek cleanup, and managing schedules for same
Hope to see you soon!!