|Minutes of the Meeting:
The March meeting of the Pensacola Hawg Hunters was brought to order at 7:00 p.m. on Feb 15, 2005 at Founaris Bros. Vice President Terry Smith presided. There were 13 members present.
Members Of The Board:
Asst. Tournament Director
February's minutes were unavailable for the March meeting due to the absence of the club secretary,
( work duties called ).
The treasurer's report was read as was the booray presented to Pete Potter, who came in with a 6.25lb. bass on Sunday besting Brian metcalf's 5.15 pounder of Saturday.
Proving the old adage
" what a difference a day makes".
The battery for the old scales is still in the process of being ordered and should be ordered prior to the April metting. Brian Metcalf will be checking on pricing of a cable to allow using a car battery to operate the scales whould the need arise.
Suggestions were solicited for a location anyone might think would be a good spot along Escambia River for a state park landing. Anyone with suggestions should contact Bill Myrick at either 456-5808 or 280-8508.
Terry Smith praised those who were involved in putting together the cookout at Lake Seminole.
The cookout turned out real well despite the drastic change of weather from Saturday morning at launch.
The temperature dropped probably 15 degrees and the wind was quite high.
There was no new business.
A Little Salt:
|Because of insurance liability, members will be limited to only one drink per person at the next
Hawg Hunter picnic.
Please drink responsibly.
|YOU MUST READ THIS BEFORE OPENING PICTURE!!
Yesterday I was having some work done at the Ford dealer.
A woman came in and asked for a seven-hundred-ten.
We all looked at each other, and the mechanic asked,
"What is a seven-hundred-ten?"
She replied, "You know, the little piece in the middle of the engine,
I lost it and need a new one.
It had always been there."
The mechanic gave the woman a piece of paper and a pen and asked her to draw what the piece looked like.
She drew a circle and in the middle of it wrote 710.
He then took her over to another car which had the hood up and asked her,
"Is there a 710 on this car?"
She pointed and said,
"Of course, it's right there."
Now open the photo to learn what a 710 is.