Northern Great Lakes Fur Harvesters, Inc. October 2012 Report

President — Ken Mills, 13004 W H-40 Hwy, Rudyard, MI 49780; 906-478-6631

Vice President — Lloyd White, 2739 W M-28, Dafter, MI 49724; 906-632-6071

Secretary — Jim Neitling, PO Box 171, Kinross, MI 49752; 906-495-5233

Treasurer — Mark A. Spencer, N4552 Spencer Lane, Moran, MI 49760; 906-292-4779; spenfurs@lighthouse.net

 

Membership Options:

• Individual membership including subscription to Trapper & Predator Caller — $22

• Junior (16 & under) with subscription to Trapper & Predator Caller — $17

 

Complete membership application on first page of association section and send dues to:

NGLFH Secretary

Jim Neitling

P.O. Box 171

Kinross, MI 49752

SECRETARY’S REPORT

It sure has been some sort of summer this year. It is great for those who like the heat but unbearable for those who do not. I am one of those who do not like the heat at all. I think that the perfect temperature is 70 degrees and no humidity.

I have not heard anything about the animal damage control meeting that went on in Newberry in August. I was not able to attend due to circumstances beyond my control. When I find something out about the animal damage control issue I will let you know.

By the time you read this little bit of news, we will have had our convention and I hope that it is another successful one.

There has not been a meeting since July so there is nothing to report there. I did not attend any conventions so I do not have any B.S. to spread around. Mostly, I have been just down right busy as hell taking care of other issues. I should have lots to report in the next issue.

I hope everyone had a great summer and that you all have a great and safe season this year. — Jim Neitling

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