Kansas Fur Harvesters November 2008 Report

President — W.R. Brecheisen Jr., 24685 Lyon Rd.,
Chanute, KS 66720; phone: 620-431-2772;
e-mail: wrb43epb@hotmail.com
Vice President — Roger Macy, P.O. Box 112,
Portis, KS 67474; phone: 785-346-2076
Secretary — Donna Macy, P.O. Box 112,
Portis, KS 67474; phone: 785-346-6017
Treasurer — Pauline Brecheisen; 24685 Lyon Rd.,
Chanute, KS 66720; phone: 620-431-2772;
e-mail: e-pauline@live.com
NTA Director — Russell Voelker, 11816 K-16, Hwy.,
Valley Falls, KS 66088; phone: 785-945-6750
FTA Director — Robert Currie, 926 M St.,
Belleville, KS 66935; phone: 785-527-2449

Membership Options:
• Individual membership including subscription to The Trapper & Predator Caller — $20
• Family membership with subscription — $25
• Junior (14 & under) with subscription — $15

Complete membership application on first page of
association section and send dues to:
KFHA, Treasurer
Pauline Brecheisen
24685 Lyon Rd., Chanute, KS 66720
http://kstrapper.topcities.com

VICE PRESIDENT’S REPORT

The 2008 rendezvous is now over and hope everyone had a great time and got all their supplies for the upcoming fur harvesters season. As the number of road killed animals you see, there should be a good harvesting season for most, with the young being born in the spring. Obey the rules and regulation set forth for us by the Wildlife and Parks Dept. Obtain permission before entering and landowners property and respect it. Report any violations that you may come upon. As members of the KFHA, show pride in it, do things in an ethical and proper manner to help show the general public what the organization is all about.

As noted in the last newsletter on the fur auctions, don’t forget, you will be required to show your membership card when getting the papers for registering your furs. Some other items also will be that no more than 5 cats will be sold single, bundle coons in 10 or more, 10 rats or more, as grouping furs will save time and money for the organization. It will make the day shorter and auctioneer expenses lower.
Have a safe and enjoyable fur harvesting season. Take a youth with you and introduce them to the real outdoors. Show them what has been put forth on this earth to enjoy. — Roger Macy

DISTRICT 5 REPORT

District 5 met Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. for a delicious potluck with hosts Mark and Debbie Woods. Director Ed Fink called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. Other officers present were the vice-director, Secretary and Treasurer. There were eight members and one guest present.

The July minutes were read. A motion by Pat Fink to accept as read, seconded and carried. The treasurer’s report was given. Pat reported that $208.80 was spent for fuel and lodging to and from the NTA Convention. A motion to accept the report and pay the expenses, seconded and carried.

Ed reported on the NTA convention. He said it was all very nice. Next year’s convention will be in Lima, Ohio. It will be the 50th anniversary. No new business reported.

Trapping season begins Nov. 12. Be sure to follow the rules. Next meeting will be Nov. 4. Lee Hinkle will host the meeting at the Kickapoo Community Center, located approximately three miles E of Hwy 75 on Hwy 20, the 1/4 south.
A motion by Bob Bell to adjourn, seconded and carried at 7:20 p.m. — Linda Houck

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