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Secretary Report

 November 3, 2010 Club Meeting


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General Business:

Cliff Becker began the meeting and reviewed the previous club notes. A vote was taken and the old club notes were accepted by club members. 

Treasurer Report:

Brian reviewed expenses and income since the last meeting. A vote was taken and the Treasurers Report was accepted. 


Bob Motta announced that membership for the club is full and that 25 people are awaiting admission. Also approximately 1/5 of the current members have paid for this year membership and the next meeting is the last time dues can be paid. 

Field Review:

The Southbury field is in great shape as well as the road leading to the field Also the Newtown field is in great shape. 

Sound & Safety:

Gino mentioned that he had a downed plane returned to him because the member had put his name and address in the plane. All members should consider putting name tags in the planes they fly. Also anyone flying must show their AMA tag and belong to our club. 

Old Business:

Cliff mentioned that the open fly day went well. Also a lot of people showed up for the picnic and the next picnic is schedule for October 1, 2011.

New Business:

A proposal was made for a roof and fence between the sheds at the Newtown field. Eddie proposed doing the job for $760. The money to pay for the roof and fence will come from last year budget. A vote was taken and accepted. Work is scheduled to begin on November 12 and 13. Due to the work being done it will be a no fly day. A vote was taken and the job was approved by members. A vote for new officers was also taken and the current board was approved.

Club Web Site:

Our webmaster, Bob Ranaldo, could not attend this month's meeting but provided this information for the report:

There were 479 Hits to the main page during the month of September.  321 went to the Manufactures' Page and 145 went to the page announcing the September BiPlane Bash.  It is not known if the same visitor went to both or if they are unique visits.  It could be that some of the main page hits were curiosity seekers or accidental hits that did not go further into our site.

There were approximately 70 visitors that spread their interest over a large portion of the website pages.  

Show and Tell:

No show and tell



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