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Event: OMRA annual calendar meeting

in Northwest Events
Added by JoeMcLaughlin , --


Taking place Nov 07, 2009 (Single Day Event)

JoeMcLaughlin


http://www.omraoffro...dar_meeting.htm


The OMRA annual calendar meeting is always scheduled for the first Saturday of November. Start time for the meeting is 9:00 AM at Lobos Clubhouse located on the corner of 94th and Talbert in Oregon City. This meeting is to establish event dates for the upcoming year, modify or change rules (if needed), vote for new officers, etc. All OMRA members are welcome and a representative from each club should attend. A club member or representative MUST show to reserve an existing date for the upcoming year. [COLOR=#ff0000]If a representative from your club cannot show, then you must communicate this to an OMRA Officer beforehand with your specific dates (letter or email is preferred).[/COLOR] Otherwise your date will be open for use by another club. Coffee and donuts will be available. Call Ed at: 503-625-7982 or Tom at: 503-681-8881 for more info.
Please look over the current rules before the calendar meeting and be ready to discuss any issues or concerns. Any new rule proposals need to be submitted in writing to an OMRA Officer at least one month before the Calendar Meeting for review. [Note: this year the deadline has been extended to October 17] All OMRA rules need to be complied with, whether the event is on public or private land. If a club or promoter decides not to follow OMRA rules, then the club or promoter’s next event will not be sanctioned by the OMRA and your date will be made available to the clubs and promoters that follow OMRA rules.
Here are directions (locate the star) to Lobos Clubhouse on 94th and Talbert, Oregon City, Oregon



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