Is someone (besides Claude's tentative information posted on the ISOK board) going to advise the rank and file about the election results? It would be nice to know prior to receiving the next Sidecarist (assumiing that the results would be published in that forum)? Also would like to hear some nice things about the Rally (you know pictures, stories, etc.)
How about it somebody!
Posted 6/29/2005 8:47 PM (#8269 - in reply to #8264) Subject: RE: USCA Elections
Location: St. Joseph,MO
Mogo, the Rally was great. Lots of good conversation and food. Jay and Tara worked like troopers even cooking a spagetti dinner for the rally goers. I had never been West and it was something to remember.
Now, about the elections. The Board still has not been notified of the results. Marilyn Johnson counted them and they were given to Al Roach to verify the memberships. From there it is unclear what happened but I suspect Colby was given the results but I can't say for sure. We just can't seem to get any response and the unofficial results are all we have to date.
Posted 6/29/2005 11:13 PM (#8272 - in reply to #8264) Subject: RE: USCA Elections
Location: Lakewood, WA 98499
Well I didn't get there until Friday afternoon and spent the next hour or so trying to put up the ol' tent in a gale wind. On Saturday I helped Thom Sears set up and then work the sidecar games. So I didn't get much in the way of pictures but you'r welcome to take a peek at the ones I took.
Posted 6/30/2005 12:31 PM (#8278 - in reply to #8264) Subject: RE: USCA Elections
Location: jefferson maryland
Joyce and Ron: Thanks for your rapid response to my post and---Joyce: congratulations on your election (tentatively, of course)Glad you both enjoyed the rally and it was good to hear that it went so well. Wish I too, could have gone, but the west coast is a long way off for an old codger like me. Maybe the next one will be a bit closer for me and I can be there.
Hope to see some of you at Claude's Ron-Dee-Voo 11,