Join Date: May 2006
Location: Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Changing of the guards - Time for a new VP
After a 4 year term, Jamie Franks(SAR_Squid79), has presented his resignation to the SoCal Staff. He will remain on Staff, though, as a Trail Leader. Jamie has done a lot for the Chapter while holding his position and I have no doubt he will continue to do so in any form he's able to. For those of you who have wheeled, wrenched or just hung out with Jamie, you know how great of a person he his. For those who haven't, trust me, you'll want the chance to meet him and hopefully get to learn a thing or two about responsible off-road recreation.
I know you've put a lot of work into your position throughout the years. Effort like that rarely goes unnoticed and I can assure you there will be Staff and members alike that will share my feelings about your resignation.
I appreciate you offering to stay on as a Trail Leader. You have a vast amount of trail experience and knowledge that our members can benefit from. I always look forward wheeling with you and learning something new that will improve my abilities. That and you're just a great person all together to be around.
Thank you for all you've done for the chapter and all that you'll continue to do in the future.
I hope to see you out there next year!
The floor is open to any and all nominations for the position of Vice-President. The duties of Vice-President include but are not limited to:
- planning official monthly events for the Chapter
- communicating with sponsors
- promoting the Club in a positive and responsible manner
- adhering to and promoting trail ediquette (TreadLightly!)
- leading and tailgunning runs when necessary
You should have basic knowledge of common trail repairs and have a functioning cb radio.