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WOHVA Annual Membership meeting - Sunday Nov 20th 10AM - 3PM

- Update on our NOVA Theft lawsuit (hint: supreme)

- Share your ideas about the Discover Pass (have any? ... they're needed)

- Hear our 2012 Legislative Agenda

- Latest updates on WOHVA's "Where To Ride" site

- And more

Clover Park Technical College, 4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood, 98499

"90% of success in life is just showing up" Woody Allen :busted:

"Those who go to meetings rule the world" Chris Horgan, Stewards of Sequoia :busted:

For more, go to www.WOHVA.org

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Some additional info...

Clover Park Technical College

4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW

Lakewood, WA 98499

Driving Directions

The meeting will be held in the Automotive Rotunda (building 3 on the Campus MAP)

AGENDA

www.wohva.org

Dear WOHVA members and supporters,

SPECIAL REQUEST FOR VOLUNTEERS

Your board is also actively searching for volunteers for the following jobs:

  • web volunteer - to support the new website and actively promote WOHVA's voice on the internet
  • java programmer - to support the WOHVA Map Catalog "where to ride" activity
  • legislative assistant - to represent WOHVA and help with our legislative agenda

WOHVA is a membership driven, volunteer staffed and run organization. You make it go.

Please attend your annual meeting and participate - please help us with your volunteer time.

The Washington Off Highway Vehicle Alliance is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 to work statewide to protect and enhance safe responsible motorized OHV recreation.

Thank you,

Your Washington Off Highway Vehicle Alliance (WOHVA) directors:

  • Byron Stuck - President
  • Kevin McGrath - Vice President
  • Willy Crawley - Treasurer/Secretary
  • Gary Prewitt - Land Action
  • Paul Yelk - Tech
  • Bryan Peterson - Communications
  • Richard Elkins

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This is the best place learn about ORV related legislative issues.

I can answer questions about things that I will not touch on a public forum.:busted:

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I will be out of town and won't be able to make this meeting, but as Tod posted lots of good info about our OHV use, opportunities, and issues. If you are a WOHVA member the meeting is definitely worth a few hours of your time.

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Thanks for the kind words ... Tod does an amazing job ... he should consider taking a job as our paid lobbyist so he can cut back his hours ... if we HAD a paid lobbyist job!!

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No, you don't need to be a member to attend the WOHVA annual meeting. And thanks for asking. You might check find that you're a member ALREADY because the NMA and various clubs are WOHVA members ... and you belong to them. WOHVA is an alliance of groups, not just individual members.

Welcome!

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Regarding non-members attending as well, it'd be helpful to hear how many non-members are attending to be sure we've ordered enough grub ... always a guess ...

(yes, shameless bump ...) :busted:

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