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Fall 2008 Newsletter

Wow where did the summer go? Seems like just yesterday we were fishing the Green Drakes. Too bad this summer turned out like last years with no rain.  Now that September is upon us hopefully we will get some rain and the cool weather we’ve had will lead to some great fall trout fishing.  Just because the chapter didn’t hold a regular meeting doesn’t mean were not busy, here is a quick wrap up.

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I know that in the last newsletter I said the Matt Marusiak would be taking over as editor, but Matt has been very busy with his new job, so I will take one more stab at it.

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Winter 2008 Newsletter

Happy New Year

I know it’s been some time since we last sent a newsletter out, but it’s hard to find someone with the time to do this every quarter. At least you have seen what’s going on through the State Council newsletter. Bill Mendat is no longer going to be doing the newsletter and Matt Marusiak will be taking over along with his duties with the website.

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Winter 2007 Newsletter

Banquet News

Preparations are underway for the annual banquet. It will be held March 31 at the Clarion (former Holiday) Inn in Falls Creek. Prizes are already coming in and this year it looks like we will have some great ones including a top shelf Winston fly rod. Contact any of the directors if you have any leads on prizes or can help in any way.

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Winter 2006 Newsletter

Welcome

The 2006 Banquet will be the 40th in Allegheny Mountain’s history. To mark the occasion we are planning special prizes and guests. Mark your calendar now for April 1 at the Holiday Inn. Allegheny Mountain was the second Trout Unlimited Chapter in the state and we hope to be around for forty more years. In order to assure our survival we need to attract more youngsters to the group and are hopeful our Sandy Lick Creek Project can be one of the activities that accomplishes this.

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It’s been a great summer; and though the chapter was active, the busy portion of the AMCTU year is upon us. Meetings have resumed – see below for details on a drawing for attendee of our membership meetings.

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