President — Don Miller, Box 15, Loup City, NE 68853-0015; phone: 308-745-0572; cell 308-440-2951
Vice President — Adam Duryea, 80406 Victoria Springs Rd, Merna, NE 68856; phone: 308-643-0430; cell: 308-643-9178
Secretary — John Self, 2072 CO RD K, Hooper, NE 68031; phone: 402-654-2913
Treasurer — Dave Kuhlmann, 70767 626th Ave., Pawnee City, NE 68420-2570; phone: 402-852-6173
Legislative Representative — George Wagner, 201 Main Ave., Winnetoon, NE 68789; phone: 402-847-3398
Public Relations Director — Doug Eskew, 41521 Rd. 764 Gothenburg, NE 69138; phone: 308-537-2919
NTA Delegate — Jason Reynoldson, 2142 State Highway 14, Albion, NE 68620-5033; phone: 402-395-6805; cell: 402-649-3832
FTA Delegate — Roy Greenfield, 16535 145th Rd., Amherst, NE 68812; phone: 308-826-5155
I hope it’s cooled off some by the time you are reading this.
Summer is certainly a busy time. By the time you read this, you will have received your raffle tickets along with convention flyers. Please sell tickets and put out some flyers to spread the word. Also, it’s time to make plans to attend the convention, which is only a month away! See you at Lexington.
— Don Miller
Once again our fall convention is falling into place very nicely! I have been working on the demo’s and we are fortunate to have the degree of talent that has agreed to give seminars. This year we again have a mixture of familiar and new faces on the schedule. Rally Hess, Tom Olsen, Mark June, Dirk Miller, Rich Kasper, Scott Phillips, Lee Steinmeyer, Jim Cronin, Jeremy Kral and the list is being expanded as the days pass. With a little luck, it is our intensions To cover each regional species and also fur handling.
Check the new Nebraska Fur Harvesters website for updates and motels in Lexington. It was voted on and approved for the website to have a change of web masters and to be updated at the spring meeting. Go to http://nebraskafurharvesters.wordpress.com/ and check it out.
By now you will have received your NFH raffle tickets. This is the major fund raising project for our association. Remember to return them with a check to show your support in preserving out way of life.
I hope to see everyone at the Dawson County Fairgrounds in Lexington September 23 – 25.
— Roy Greenfield