As I am patiently waiting for the BSU Washington football game to start I am reminded of what the month of September encompasses. September is the transition from summer to fall (my favorite season of the year). The season of county fairs is over, and harvest is getting into full swing. If you are a sports fan, high school sports as well college sports are cranking up. If sports are not your thing, we have such things as craft and art shows etc. With the beautiful Indian Summers we have in Idaho, we also have great camping opportunities. The things September brings are just too numerous to name.
We send a huge thank you to Suzanne and Larry for a great outing in Cascade. The food as always was wonderful as well the trip to Tamarack resort. A great big thank you goes out to Arrowhead Resort for providing a venue to gather during inclement weather. Suzanne did a great job of promoting and coaching our own Cornhole Team. Practice rounds were great but when it came down to it Jerry and Bob were just too much for us all. Look out challenging teams at the Fall Round-up in American Falls. Looking forward, we have the upcoming campout at Buffalo Meadows with Ed and Kathy as Assistant Wagon masters. They have a great agenda posted in the forum and we’re looking forward to a great campout. Hope to see you there.
The 2024 season will be coming upon us before we know it. Meaning we need to elect new officers, create a new camping agenda, and appoint a new Wagon Master among other things. I will be appointing a nominating committee (if you would like to volunteer, please do) and have a sign-up sheet for potential outing locations for 2024 at our next September 21 meeting. Elections will be done during the October meeting. Membership dues will be due on or before October 31.
The RVers of Idaho Fall Campout coming up September 12 thru 16 in American Falls is an important campout for RVers of Idaho. First, we get to camp with and enjoy the company of our fellow campers from other Chapters. We will be electing a new State Director for one year and State Treasure for two years. In addition, we will be voting on one of the logos (emblem) displayed in the Directors newsletter and some operational details you can view in our Chapter minutes of our August meeting. There will be games such as bean bag baseball and cornhole which we could possibly (maybe even probably) win as a chapter. Hoping to see you there so our chapter will be well represented.
Thank you for being part of Time to Travel and please consider where you might volunteer to benefit the chapter. May God bless you.
Ron Agenbroad, President