From the Desk of the President
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New York State adopted land use regulations for almost 100 packages of Adirondack land yesterday, 2/2/18, including the Boreas Pond area. The following link from the Malone Telegram outlines those results: http://www.mymalonetelegram.com/mtg01/adirondack-park-agency-approves-boreas-ponds-franklin-county-land-classification-packages-20180203
We are proud to announce that 2018 marks our 100th year in existence. This is a real milestone for a small club such as ours. Our hats are off to our forefathers who built the foundation we operate on, and for those that kept everything going throughout the years. Some years were pretty lean and it was a struggle to keep going but they persevered and for this we are grateful.
Once again our Club has been honored on their 100th anniversary. This morning the Franklin County Legislature presented us with a Citation, recognizing what the club has stood for since it's inception.
At our annual open house on New Years Day State Assemblyman Billy Jones presented the club with a citation from the NY State Assembly, honoring the club on it's 100th anniversary. The following link will bring up the story from the Malone Telegram's Jan. 13th edition: http://www.mymalonetelegram.com/mtg01/malone-fish-and-game-club-marks-centennial-this-year-20180113
There will be a hunter safety course at the clubhouse on Feb. 3 & 4, from noon to 5 each day. For information and to sign up call Larry at 518-651-7116, or John at 518-651-5734.
The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, Feb. 6 at the clubhouse, at 7pm, all members are welcome.
The drawing for DEC and 4H camp scholarships was held on Tuesday Jan. 2 the results are:
DEC Camp: Winners - Parker Lamitie, and Lilly Curtin. 1st Alteranate - David Carr, 2nd Alternate - Josh Grogan.
4H Camp: Winners - Isabella Curtin, Elaina Sokalski. 1st Alternate - Alexandria Mason 2nd Alternate - Ava Carr.
Congratulations to all.
ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE: In spite of cold temps, -24 at 8 am., we had a good turnout, 36 people in all. Some brave souls even ventured onto the trails.