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OCTOBER 13TH, 2012

Norman Schultz welcomed and thanked all in attendance.

The Board and Advisory Board members were introduced.

The first speaker, Scott Willey, County Extension Agent, was introduced. He spoke on a variety of topics to include various programs that were available to our Co-op members.

The next speaker was Calvin Harbaugh, Game Warden, who brought everyone up to date regarding the fish and game regulations. He also answered questions from the members.

Emily Schmidt from the Buckskin Brigade gave a very informative presentation explaining what being in the Brigade meant to her.

The keynote speaker, introduced by Norman Schultz, was Dr. Don Steinbach. He addressed his thoughts on deer breeding and the positives and negatives involved. He then moved on the Pond Management. He covered everything from setting up a pond to keeping a pond viable. The information he presented was very informative for the Co-op members present.

Rev. Willie Rotter gave the invocation prior to the serving of the evening meal.

After the meal, Norman Schultz opened the general meeting.

Fred Wernette, Secretary, read the minutes of the 2011 annual meeting. Al Gross motioned to accept the minutes as read and Carl Galy seconded the motion. The minutes were accepted by acclamation of the members present.

Barbara Wernette, Treasurer, gave the Treasurerís report. Phyllis Fritsch motioned that the report be accepted and Carlo Triola seconded the motion. The report was accepted by acclamation of the Co-op members present.

Norman Schultz noted that three positions were open on the Board and all three incumbents, Norman Schultz, Emil Sodolak, and Fred Wernette, elected to remain. Norman asked for potential nominees and no was interested. Al Gross motioned that the incumbents mentioned be accepted for a new three-year term. Dale Schultz seconded the motion. The members present agreed by acclamation.

Norman Schultz thanked John Hoelscher, manager of Cooper Farm for his cooperation and for the usage of Cooper Farm for our meeting.

Norman then moved the meeting to the live auction and the drawing of winners of the bucket raffle and the rifle raffle. For the first time, two rifles were available for raffle.

Fred Wernette closed the meeting by thanking all for their presence and participation.

Fred E. Wernette
Director / Secretary

North Central Fayette County Wildlife Management Co-op
P.O. Box 224 ~ Round Top, Texas 78954

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