This from Jodie Minor: ” Given the current situation with the Corona Virus, I am going to recommend that we postpone our June 6-7 Stream Girls until we can set a date when we know that some normalcy has returned. My primary concerns are that school is cancelled indefinitely and that the site at North […]
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The Chapter gave Dale Fogg, former president and coordinator of Cabin Fever a gift certificate to Off the Hook in the North Hills in recognition of his hard work and dedication to PWWTU. The gift certificates were delivered by mail, although the Board would have preferred to present them to Dale at a Chapter Meeting. […]
Due to COVID-19 concerns and other restrictions, volunteers will not be permitted to assist with stocking activities for the 2020 season. Schedule changes are also planned. Multiple stockings may be combined into a single one and in-season stockings may not happen. (The “Click Here” link is only active in the full post. ) Click Here […]
Good afternoon,We just received direction from Trout Unlimited that we should consider rescheduling and cancelling any large gatherings due to the growing concern over the Corona Virus. We considered the fact that this event would be held indoors and include food and drink so the risk of close contact. This makes the possibility of close […]
The PWWTU Board met by phone conference on March 5th. Notable decisions include the appointment of Ron Milavec to the Board. Ron runs Bar Flies and the Monroeville Sportsman show booth and has a lot of good ideas. The Board adopted a Resolution establishing a governance structure for the Chapter and approved policies dealing with […]
This year’s Cabin Fever was one of the best. Dale Fogg, in his last year as the Major Domo organizer pulled out the stops and created an interesting, informative and money making event. Bryan Mathie, as second in command, got his feet wet in the details. Jodie Minor, who ran the very busy Flea Market […]