The February program will feature a presentation of COF activities and functions to help members gain a better understanding of exactly what COF does.
With about 280 members, COF has programs focused on education and conservation, and the club gets involved in numerous projects.
Bring a friend. Find out how you can fit in and how you can derive the maximum benefit from your membership. Let’s make it fun & make it a point to meet a new member. Bring some snacks to share with your other club members.
Karen Kreft will provide an overview of the Next Cast Flyfishers youth education program, review current activities, and volunteer opportunities.
Frank Turek, Kokanee Karnival organizer extraordinaire, will talk about this highly successful, all volunteer-driven, youth education program. Including its history and classroom and field components. Frank will explain how you can volunteer a small amount of time and make a huge difference in the lives of students who participate in Kokanee Karnival.
Allen Caudle will share how COF makes the Kid’s fishing pond at the Sportsmen’s Show a success.
Pete Martin will give an update on the COF Annual Banquet on Saturday, April 2.
Dalton Miller Jones will talk about Educational Opportunities.
Lee Ann Ross will give us an update on COF outings.
Kari Schoessler will share the various WWW activities.
Pre-Meeting: To be announced.