Jolly Rogers Motorcycle Club of Seattle, WA

Jolly Rogers Motorcycle Club

Seattle, Washington

Monthly Meeting Minutes


Meeting / Wednesday, 5/13/09
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by El Presidente Charlie Dean at 7:10pm.
Present: Neil Ballinger, Ron Bennett “Benny Legend”, David Boneham “Bone”, Dick Bowman, Robert Callahan “Rotten Robert”, Alexandra Chauran, Derek Chauran, Mike Marcus Crowman “Juggernaut”, Pete Cummings “Sneaky Pete”, Charlie Dean “Harley Charley“, Lyle Dorsey, “Griz”, Scott Duston “Cutter”, Ryan Forsythe “Captain Midnight”, Robert Forthoffer “Fixer”, Mark Glover “2-Tall”, Walter “Shooter” Hulit, Jim Huntley “T-Hunt”, James Jennings, Jim Jensen “Scooter”, Larry Lippel, “Moon”, David Marquis “Nord”, Richard Pescatore “Pesky”, Keith Pfaff “Spyder Hole”, James Roscoe, Thomas Salle “Ragu”, CJ Seymour, Robert Seymour “Seymour”, Dave Seymour, Bruce Stanley “Bling”, Fred Stark weather “Wizard”, Tomek Szelachowski “DIC”, Dave Vigil “Vig”.
Charlie begins by announcing his 40 year friend Doorag quit the club.
Minutes: Read and approved. Charlie reaffirms that his “Executive Privilege” won member support.
Communications: Distributed. The AMA Historic Charter finally arrived.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz reports and promoted our forthcoming ride to Hell’s Canyon.
Custodian: CJ reports: 27 shirts, 16 decals, 26 flag patches, and 45 round patches, 62 badges, 12 back patches, and a club flag.
Historian: Bypassed
Membership Officer: Bypassed
Other business:
Seymour promotes a company available to make a neon sign with our logo.
Our application for LLC is still in-work.
With Doorag’s exit, we approve 2-Tall’s move up to Sgt at Arms from its assistant. He introduces a Protocol for dealing with other clubs.
Griz displays his designs for “Support” shirts.
Decision to augment our back patch was tabled.
Decision to separate the Secretary and Treasury offices next year passed.
Move for officer term limits failed for lack of 2nd.
Seymour appoints Bone as his assistant and appeals for approval as his apprentice but Scooter insists all should have access for office without pre approval in November.
Griz calls for tighter riding groups. 2-Tall and Bling apply conduct rules to group rides.
Charlie alerts all to other rides.
Next regular meeting will be 6-10-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Meeting ended at 8:40pm.

Meeting / Wednesday, 4/8/09
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by El Presidente Charlie Dean.
Present: “Casper”, Danny, “Doorag”, “Red Power”, “Benny Legend”, “Bone”, Bowman, “Rotten Robert”, Derek, “Harley Charley“, “Griz”, “Scrub”, Emmi, “Papa Wheelie”, “FatherTime”, “2-Tall”, “Hammer”, “Redbeard”, Doug, “T-Hunt”, “Scooter”, Glen, “Moon”, “Nord”, “Spyder Hole”, “Ragu”, CJ, “Seymour”, Dave Seymour, “Shrek”, “Bling”, “DIC”, “Vig”, and VISITORS: Mike McLendon, Neilk Ballinger, James Roscoe, Walter Hulite and “Dean”.
Visitor “Dean” appeals for our attendance at his friend’s Poker Run.
Minutes: Read and 2nd Constitutional Amendments read and approved except we delete “No alcoholic beverages purchased during the meetings”.
Communications: Distributed. Sprocket sends a message that he quit again. We decide to retain his membership to wait and see if he gets his head together.
Juggernaut sends word he re-signs as head of the Events Committee.
Seymour describes the Tacoma Ducks dirt poker run on 4-19.
The Jolly Rogers got a glowing report on the Sound Rider Website.
The AMA is still sitting on our charter.
The Seymour’s forecast not renewing their offices next year.
CJ gets renewed authority to maintain Custodian inventory as required.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz reports on our last ride including visiting Captain Jack’s restaurant in Sumner and while there, the arrival of the SeaFair pirates. He promoted our forthcoming ride to Hell’s Canyon.
Custodian: CJ reports: 17 shirts, 16 decals, 34 flag patches, and 56 round patches, 67 badges, 17 back patches, and a club flag.
Historian: Gives a brief report including news of his new Harley.
Membership Officer: Reports his determination to follow the Constitution.
Other business:
We review the Executive Board’s suggestions:
We reaffirm the rejection of any return of Leroy Barker II.
Seymour calls for the need for Charlie to obtain membership approval for the expenditures he dictates. Charlie describes his “Executive Privilege” which may appear he has overstepped his bounds on occasion. He calls for a vote of support, passed.
Griz is working on art for “SUPPORT” shirts.
We advise sponsoring none in the future.
We appoint 2-Tall and Rotten Robert as assistant Sergeant at arms.
Derek moves to charge $100 to reinstate members who quit, passed.
We approve previously unauthorized expenditures:
We pledge no more unauthorized expenses.
CJ suggests the birthday cakes we have been buying be brought to the meetings for all to enjoy.
Move for a separate chapter, failed.
Redbeard moves for a breakfast at Captain Jack’s, passed.
Next regular meeting will be 5-14-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Meeting ended at 8:55pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 3/11/09
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by El Presidente Charlie Dean.
Present: “Casper”, Danny, “Red Power”, “Benny Legend”, “Bone”, Bowman, “Rotten Robert”, “Hal, “Voz”, “Juggernaut”, “Sneaky Pete”, “Harley Charley“, Lyle, “Griz”, “Scrub”, Emmi, “Papa Wheelie”, “FatherTime”, “Captain Midnight”, “Fixer”, “2-Tall”, “Hammer”, Doug, “T-Hunt”, Jennings, “Scooter”, Konopaski, Glen & Larry Lippel, “Moon”, Nemitz, “Nord”, “Pesky”, “Ragu”, CJ, “Seymour”, Dave Seymour, “Bling”, “Wizard”, “DIC”, Troup, “Vig”, and VISITORS: James Roscoe, Matt Harlowe, & Butch Sholet.

Charlie begins by again condemning negative e-mails.
The regular meeting format waived to address the Executive Board proposals. Opinions from the floor will be limited to 3 minutes.

Constitutional Amendments:
ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP
B. Prospective Members -- steps toward attaining Active membership:
a. Raise minimum membership age from 16 to 18 . Passed.
c. Credit Initiation Fee for within 30 days . Passed.
d. Change “Be a member of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), or “may or may not join”: Passed.

Enforce adherence:
3. All requirements of preceding Paragraph 2 having been met by the Candidate, he/she must submit to a secret-ballot vote at the closed portion of a Jolly Rogers M/C regular Meeting. Passed.

Motion to grant present members from this day forward full voting rights despite Article III, A: passed.

Delete: 4. Youth Membership. Deleted.

ARTICLE IV -- OFFICERS (Create two new Appointed Officers)
10. The Historian shall:
a. Pursue and report items of club history and memorabilia to the Publicity Director and active members.
b. Report contacts with other clubs and organizations concerning club history.
c. Be authorized to appoint an Assistant. Passed.
11. The Membership Officer shall:
a. Maintain and monitor members status as required by ARTICLE III, A
b. Check applicants driver’s license for valid motorcycle endorsement.
c. Identify members in Good Standing. Passed.

ARTICLE V -- CONDUCT (add)
B. Club back patch or logo shall be worn at club functions. If a member leaves the club for any reason, his/her back patch shall be forfeited back to the club without recompense (no refund). Passed.
C. Alcoholic beverages shall not be purchased during club meetings. If a member is visibly impaired or disruptive, he/she will be required to leave after one warning. Tabled.

Application Amendment:
Add above the signature: “I Read, Understand, and Agree to the Constitution and By-Laws as written”. Passed.

Assignments:
Appoint Bling as Membership Officer. Passed.
Juggernaut to investigate obtaining Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) status for the club. Passed.
Bling to investigate on the availability of the Tukwila Community Center for meetings. He did it and reports his findings.
Griz to setup and be in charge of a PA system for meetings. He did it.

Purchase:
Juggernaut recommends buying an engraved slab at Sturgis. Passed.

Constitutional Amendment:
ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP

The Initiation Fee shall constitute the first years dues. Each subsequent year the dues shall be $60/year, payable on the members anniversary date. Passed
Motion to exclude officers from dues. Passed.
Motion to compensate members for their expenses for the club. Passed.

Meeting adjourned at 8:30pm.
Next regular meeting will be 4-8-09 at Goldie‘s Restaurant.


Meeting / Wednesday, 2/11/09
Called to order by Vice Presidente Dave Seymour at 7:02pm.
Present: “Casper”, Danny, “Red Power”, “Benny Legend”, “Bone”, Bowman, “Rotten Robert”, “Hal”, Alex, Derek, “Voz”, “Juggernaut”, “Sneaky Pete”, Dorsey, “Griz”, “Cutter”, “Scrub”, “FatherTime”, “Captain Midnight”, “Fixer”, “2-Tall”, “Hammer”, “Redbeard”, “Scooter”, Glen, “Moon”, “Nord”, “Spyder Hole”, “Ragu”, CJ, “Great Seymour”, Dave Seymour, “Shrek”, “Wizard”, Troup, “Vig”, “Fridge” and VISITORS: Joe Patterson and Ted Meyers. Visitors Houghton, Jennings, Larry, were unanimously accepted into the club.
Minutes: Read and corrected for attendance.
Communications: Distributed.
Committee reports:
Historian: Bone described finding more info and pics. He communicates with Highline HS about our Pirate logo being tied to their school logo.
Hats: Benny reports badges and replacement chin straps are in work.
Road Captain: Griz reports on the cold Grizzly ride and the Teddy Bear Run where the cop dumped his bike, complete with attention getting flashing lights.
Publicity director: Juggernaut reports our pics from the Teddy Bear run will be printed in a free publication available at dealerships.
Events Committee: Juggernaut reports the committee thinks we are not ready for our own event. It is better to attend others while building camaraderie and avoiding liability.
Custodian: CJ reports: 20 shirts; 22 decals; 40 flag patches, 62 round patches, 4 back patches, molds, $25 die nut, and the club flag.
Other business:
Motion to move our meetings to Juggernaut’s location in Tukwila was shelved.
Moon moves, Derek 2nd “Arrgh” is officially accepted to indicate a “Yes” or “Yea” vote on a motion. “Nay” or “No” is for a rejecting vote. Opposed will vote first and given a chance to explain. Accepting votes will be second after considering the first. Anyone opposed cannot say they were not heard, passed.
Redbeard moves at length we pay $5/month to buy a club house. Motion to close the debate passed. Motion to buy a house failed. Motion to continue this discussion next month passed.
Derek encourages participation toward defeating a state bill intended to kill rider training.
Move to appoint Bone as Historian, passed.
Seymour moves to tie the membership application to the initiation fee, Scooter amends the motion to require paying within 30 days, passed.
Meeting ended at 8:23pm.
Next regular meeting will be 3-11-09 at Goldie‘s Restaurant.


Meeting / Wednesday, 1/14/09
Present: Many, and VISITORS: Ryan “Spike” Forsythe, Glen Lippel, who were unanimously accepted into the club.
The ADG club representative invited us to their fundraiser for Violent Crime Victims on February 21.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Juggernaut offers an alternative meeting place in Tukwila. Moon moves for the next meeting at Goldie’s to decide if we will relocate at that time, passed.
Charlie forwards the appreciation of Pat’s family for our attendance at his memorial.
Treasurers report: Previous reported balance was 2246.76
Paid out $941 for cake, patches, and shirts.
Received $905.45 for memberships, shirts, patches, and interest.
Present balance is $2210.28
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz reports on Charlie’s breakfast.
Custodian: CJ reports: 19 $15 shirts; 22 $1 decals; 45 $6 flag patches, 67 $6 round patches, 10 $75 back patches, $180 molds, $25 die nut, and the $380 club flag. Total value $2364.
Other business:
Seymour follows up on Scott Dustin’s contact with Aurora Suzuki who is interested in partnering in a joint event. Charlie moves to form a committee to consider future events, passed. The members are Dan, Moon, Bling, and Jim Huntley with Juggernaut as chairman.
Benny distributed hats.
Griz nominates Juggernaut as Publicity Director, passed.
Next regular meeting will be 2-11-09 at Goldie‘s Restaurant.


Meeting / Wednesday, 12/10/08
Present: Danny Anderson, Frank Avilliono, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Dick Bowman, Robert Callahan, Harold “Hal” Carlson, Marcus Crowman, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, Scott Duston, Mark Emard, Jim Emmi, “Griz”, Marty Etquibal, Robert Forthoffer, Mark Glover, Stephen Hamshaw, Jim Huntley, Jim Jensen, “Moon”, Kevin Nemitz, David Nordquist, Richard Pescatore, Thomas Salle, CJ Seymour, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Bruce Stanley, Tomek Szelachowski, and VISITORS: Mike Chwaszczewski, Doug “FatherTime” Fergus, Keith Pfaff, Dave Vigil, and Malcolm Cross. Mike, Fathertime, Keith, and Dave Vigil were unanimously accepted into the club.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Hammer provided discs of 2008 Jolly Rogers pictures. Charlie moves we pay for copies, Frank 2nd, passed.
We expect to go to the Cycle World show in Seattle this weekend even though it conflicts with the forthcoming toy run to RMC.
Lyle says Carmen’s health is improved.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz reports on Charlie’s breakfast, our old hillclimb visit, Pat’s Memorial ride and its mishaps, the Mary Bridge toy run, and the Olympia toy run. Moon recounts Frank’s gift to a single little girl. Griz wishes us to consider an application for a SeaFair float, but Charlie observes it coincides with Sturgis.
Custodian: CJ reports: 24 shirts; 32 decals; 38 flag patches, 68 round patches, 3 back patches, molds, die nut, and the club flag.
Other business:
Each single nomination was elected to office.
Bling moves to recognize Frank’s birthday parties as a club of event and compensate him for his cakes, Moon 2nd, passed.
Charlie expresses a need for a larger meeting place. Goldie’s will provide more room. 35 people are present today.
Frank moves to double the waitress’ tip, passed.
Meeting adjourned at 8:16pm.
Next regular meeting will be 1-14-09 at Goldie‘s Restaurant.


Meeting / Wednesday, 11/12/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by El Presidente Charlie Dean 7:12pm.
Present: Danny Anderson, Frank Avilliono, Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Harold “Hal” Carlson, Marcus Crowman, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, Jim Emmi, “Griz”, Marty Etquibal, Robert Forthoffer, Mark Glover, Stephen Hamshaw, Jim Huntley, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, “Moon”, David Nordquist, Richard Pescatore, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ Seymour, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, “Shrek”, Bruce Stanley, Fred Starkweather, Tomek Szelachowski, Jim Troup, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, and visitors: Chuck Adams, Mark Emard, Jef “Redbeard” Hart and Scott Duston who were unanimously accepted into the club.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Seymour applied for the AMA charter, the new round patches arrived, Tim listed the officers on our website, Pam Geer solicits our sponsorship for a hill climber, Moon promotes breakfast at Emerald Green restaurant on November 16 at 9:30am to honor Charlie, and the registration for our name and logo arrived.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz reports on the recent poker run.
Custodian: CJ reports: 26 shirts; 44 decals; 52 flag patches, 100 round patches, 5 back patches, and the club flag.
Other business:
20 black “Pat” armbands arrived and were distributed.
Charlie calls for one minute of silence to honor our recently deceased brother Pat Vukich. His service will be at the Black Diamond Eagles on November 23, at 12:00pm.

The address is: 32618 Railroad Ave, Black Diamond, WA 98010.

Charlie calls for RIDING to it, rain or shine, wearing the black armbands. We will meet at Emerald Greens restaurant at 11:00am for the trip.
Charlie removes Griz’s TEMPORARY status as Road Captain. Franks says he will bring up the rear.
Seymour reports George’s accountant wife endorses the treasury records.
Charlie met with Leroy and paid $100 for a badge and two pins. He wants THE CLUB to buy Leroy’s remaining inventory. He wants club items to be IN the club. George moves to buy Leroy’s merchandise and a sever all ties with him, passed.
Thomas repeats Leroy’s defense of his behavior. Dan suggests a hearing to reexamine the charges that brought Leroy’s expulsion. Shrek recalls that the hearing he proposes has already happened and reports Leroy failed the test.
Lyle reports Carmen was in the hospital but is home now. His heart sometimes stops in his sleep. He is very weak. Seymour will send him a card.
Nominations: (Only one nomination in was received for each office.)
El Presidente = Charlie Dean
Vice President = Dave Seymour
Sec/Tres = Seymour
Road Captain = Griz
Sgt at Arms, Bone declines, Frank gets it.
Meeting adjourned at 8:14pm.
Next regular meeting will be 12-10-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant.


Meeting / Wednesday, 10/8/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by El Presidente Charlie Dean at 7:27pm.
Present: Brian Albee, Danny Anderson, Frank Avilliono, Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Dick Bowman, Harold “Hal” Carlson, Marcus Crowman, Pete Cummings, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, “Griz”, Mark Glover, Stephen Hamshaw, Jim Huntley, Jim Jensen, Terry Konopaski, “Moon”, Larry Mower, Kevin Nemitz, David Nordquist, CJ Seymour, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Bruce Stanley, Tomek Szelachowski, Jim Troup, and visitors: Robert Callahan, Jim Emmi, and Thomas Salle who were unanimously accepted into the club.
Minutes: Waived
Communications: Distributed and acted upon as required.
Treasurers report: Waived
Committee reports: Waived
Other business:
We approved the red border for the round patch. Seymour will order.
While Leroy’s lawyer wanted lots to renew our logo registration for 5 years, Moon will try to deal with the state himself and save us the majority.
We approve renewing our AMA charter as a Historic Club.
Doorag invites all to his birthday party, Saturday, October 18, at Marco’s Restaurant Banquet Room in Lynnwood at 176th and Hwy99 behind McDonalds.
Benny presents the results of his hat and badge pursuits. 100 minimum badges will cost us. Hats will be fitted and purchased individually and with badges will cost less each.
Griz proposes a forum on our web site and goes on to propose a new website. Seymour suggests it be dedicated to the forum with a link from our existing site, passed.
Griz wants us to put on events to make money.
Griz wants us to pay dues. Seymour reports lots in the treasury without dues. Fred asks why charge dues if we make money doing events. Also mentioned is that dues are a turn off for new members. Charlie says the money will be used for parties.
Charlie wants us to do a hill climb and says signing disclaimers will protect us. Seymour says any lawyer can get around a disclaimer and attack the officers. Also mentioned is that these money making activities will involve legal issues and require a business like posture: corporation, taxes, insurance, etc. We will also need to re-write our by-laws. Are we up to that? Charlie suggests a club camp-out which does not involve liability.
Seymour suggests shelving these new ideas until the next meeting but Charlie objects strongly. A cuss-can is proposed for Charlie. Dan suggests continuing these discussions at the next meeting.
Meeting adjourned at 8:30pm.
Next regular meeting will be 11-12-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant.


Meeting / Wednesday, 9/10/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by El Presidente Charlie Dean at 7:05pm.
Present: Brian Albee, Danny Anderson, Frank Avilliono, Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Harold “Hal” Carlson, Sneaky Pete Cummings, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, “Griz”, Marty Etquibal, Mark Glover, Jim Huntley, Jim Jensen, “Moon”, Kevin Nemitz, David Nordquist, Richard Pescatore, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ Seymour, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, “Shrek”, Bruce Stanley, Fred Starkweather, Ricardo Swain, Tomek Szelachowski, Pat Vukich, Tor Samuelson, and visitors: Micha Boneham, Larry Mower, Marcus Crowman, Stephen Hamshaw. Marcus, and Stephen were unanimously accepted into the club. Larry will join next month.
Minutes: Read and corrected to remove Terry from the attendance list.
Communications: Distributed.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz reports on “Brotherfest”. It was hot! Charlie reports on the “Isle of Vashon” run. They solicit participation in our weekend tour through the Cascades, starting at Wally’s in Buckley at 8:30am. Griz details the planned route.
Custodian: CJ reports: 12 shirts; 63 decals; 61 flag patches, 10 back patches, and the club flag.
Other business:
Griz offers polka-dot doorag caps for $15.
Caps and badges: More debate, show and tell. Benny will pursue a 50’s style cap and badge. All favor getting those in black cloth with a white bill.
We approve ordering round patches as before.
We approve a club banquet to be held at the same location on October 8, starting at 6:00pm. The meal will be served “buffet” style and is available for members and their significant other. Seymour will poll numbers later in the month for the most accurate head count.
Charlie calls for total participation in at the forthcoming Oyster Run on September 28. As usual, we will start at the Emerald restaurant across from Downtown Harley at 8:30am and meet the rest in Northgate at 9am.
Next regular meeting will be 10-8-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant.


Meeting / Wednesday, 8/13/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by El Presidente Charlie Dean at 7:05pm.
Present: Brian Albee, Frank Avilliono, Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, Harold “Hal” Carlson, Pete Cummings, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, “Griz”, Marty Etquibal, Mark Glover, Jim Huntley, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, Terry Konopaski, “Moon”, Kevin Nemitz, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Bruce Stanley, Tomek Szelachowski, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, Pat Vukich, and visitors: Fred Starkweather, Davis Nordquist, Ricardo Swain, Danny Anderson, Robert Forthoffer, and Tom Harger. All were unanimously accepted into the club.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Pirate Chuck Ising is busy in Alaska and asks his name be removed from the phone list. Tomek brought us more membership cards.
Treasurers report:
It appears Angela Kiehn-Cook has decided to not sue us for $70 after all. After claiming they had not received our money mailed in November ‘07, they finally cashed our checks in August ‘08.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz reports on the Antique Tractor and Machinery Show, Moon’s BBQ, and Taco Thursday. He solicits commitments to aid his planning in developing a tour through the Cascades on the second weekend in September and promotes the “Brotherfest” event this coming weekend.
Custodian: CJ reports: 9 shirts; 69 decals; 74 flag patch, 8 back patch, and the club flag.
Other business:
Report on the flat track races at Castle Rock. The announcer recognized our club.
Shrek is missing so no report on his cap progress, except he left word he lacks the money to develop it. Lots of discussion.
We show interest in getting a round patch as before.
Some suggest participating in the SeaFair parade.
Next regular meeting will be 9-10-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Meeting ended at 8:00pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 7/9/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by Presidente Charlie Dean at 7:05pm.
Present: Fred Bare, Harold “Hal” Carlson, Charlie Dean, “Griz”, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, Moon”, CJ, Robert Seymour, “Shrek”, Tomek Szelachowski, John Wilson, and visitors: Mark Glover, Frank Avilliono, Kevin Nemitz, Pat Vukich, Dick Bowman, Sprocket. All were unanimously accepted into the club.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz proposes a run before September touring the Cascades. He will develop details.
Custodian: CJ reports: 7 shirts; 55 decals; 81 flag patch, 2 back patch, and the club flag. Other business:
Charlie proposes getting a club cap. Shrek will pursue it.
Next regular meeting will be 8-13-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Meeting ended at 7:55pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 6/11/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by Vice President Dave Seymour 7:00pm.
Present: Brian Albee, Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, Harold “Hal” Carlson, “Griz”, Jim Huntley, George Irwin, “Moon”, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Tomek Szelachowski, John Wilson, and visitors: Richard Pescatore, and Marty Etquibal.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Griz reports on runs: Snohomish, Hells Canyon, Blue Knights in Portland, American Iron Indians at Flaming Geyser. He wishes to continue as Road Captain.
He seeks input on the appearance of individual business cards for our members.
Custodian: CJ reports: 9 shirts; 29 decals; 83 flag patch, 4 back patch, and the club flag.
She suggests the decal price be reduced. Moon moves, Griz 2nd to do it, passed.
Other business:
Seymour reports on the well being of our member Ray Leffard and his wife.
He reports Angela Kiehn-Cook threatens to sue us for $70.
He promotes the Lynden antique tractor show at the end of July.
Griz moves, Seymour 2nd to accept his business card format, passed.
Visitors Richard and Marty join.
George moves, Griz 2nd to adjourn.
Next regular meeting will be 7-9-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Meeting ended at 7:55pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 5/14/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by Charlie Dean at 7:13pm.
Present: Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Harold “Hal” Carlson, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, Russ “Griz” Downword, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Bruce “Bling” Stanley, Tomek Szelachowski, John Wilson, and visitors: Terry Konopaski, Pete Cummings, and Jim Huntley.
Visitors are introduced and admitted as members.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
The Australian Pirate and Sprocket quit.
We condemn a picture sent showing a guy wearing a homemade Jolly Rogers patch.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Tomek reports on the last Poker Run.
Custodian: CJ reports: 5 shirts; 28 decals; 86 flag patch, 2 back patch, and the club flag. Other business:
Seymour reports on his conversation with Sound Rider’s Tom Mehren who says he sponsored Thomas’ BoneHead because the Jolly Rogers refused to do it. Seymour told him that was not true but it should be better with him on board. Charlie vents his frustration as the result of a lack of return from the hurdles the club had to cross in support of Thomas’ event.
Do we need a Road Captain? Griz volunteers, Tomek will assist.
We will go to Snohomish this Sunday. South enders leave Evergreen restaurant across from DownTown at 8:30am and meet the North enders at Starbucks in Northgate at 9:00am before continuing on.
Bling’s friend Ron Hoppe has old racing movies to show.
Charlie promotes the hill climbs in Port Angeles.
Griz and Tomek donate decals who sales benefit the treasury.
Next regular meeting will be 6-11-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Meeting ended at 8:15pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 4/9/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by Charlie Dean at 7:00pm.
Present: Brian Albee, Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, “Moon“, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Bruce Stanley, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, John Wilson, and visitors: Griz, Tomek Szelachowski, and Patti Fuentes.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Julius Wick and Pat Imboden sent memorabilia including a DVD of an old hill climb and an old back patch. Charlie suggests mounting the patch in a frame for display.
Seymour auctions a large decal .
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Sprocket reports on the 3 member ride to Port Orchard.
Custodian: CJ reports: No change from last month.
Other business:
Seymour moves to hold a banquet on October 8 at 6:00pm for members and one each wife or girlfriend, passed.
Four commit to attending the Thomas’ BoneHead.
Charlie shows his new club flag with “nice red and white border”.
Visitors: “Griz” and Tomek apply for membership but are short so Charlie covers them, passed.
Next regular meeting will be 5-14-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Meeting ended at 7:57pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 3/12/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by Charlie Dean at 7:01pm.
Present: Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, George Irwin, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Jim Jensen, “Moon“, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, “Shrek“, Jim Troup, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, John Wilson, and visitors: Bruce Stanley, Jimi Wright, Jeffrey Bogoan,& Jerry Steadman.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Read and approved. The Australian Pirate sends news that he joined an Australian club, but is happy to retain his Jolly Rogers association.
Bone reports the news from Rudy Trutman about his father and old member, Earl Trutman.
George wants to donate money to a good cause, so Seymour moves to give the waiter a tip at each meeting, passed.
Treasurers report: Solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Sprocket reports his increased association with Dave Eady. Sprocket and Shrek promote the Band of Brothers Poker Run on March 29 in Port Orchard.
Custodian: CJ reports: No change from last month.
Other business:
Bone encourages e-mail to his son and member in Iraq, hungry for motorcycle and club news.
Visitors: Bruce Stanley and Jimi Wright apply for membership, passed.
Next regular meeting will be 4-9-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Meeting ended at 7:32pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 2/13/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by Vice Presidente Dave Seymour at 7:03pm.
Present: Brian Albee, Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, George Irwin, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, and visitor: Sunia Boneham.
Communications: Read and distributed. Seymour presented “The Jolly’s Song”.
Treasurers report: solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Sprocket is absent.
Custodian: CJ reports: 9 black shirts; 29 decals; 91 flag patch, 2 back patch, and the club flag.
Other business:
George cautions the police are increasingly concerned about loud pipes.
Fred reports he got a call from someone offering the possessions of deceased member John Deacon.
Bone presents his latest slide show “The Hill from Hell”.
Dave broaches increased dirt bike riding and the opportunities it presents.
Next regular meeting will be 3-12-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. George moves, Bone 2nd to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:50pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 1/9/08
Called to order at Goldie’s Restaurant by El Presidente Charlie Dean at 7:05pm.
Present: Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, “Moon“, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Carmen Tom, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, and visitor: Harold Carlson.
Minutes: Read and challenged: Thomas says he paid no dues in December however, the minutes only reflect the November Treasury report. They are correct.
Communications: Distributed pictures, and outside inquiries.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Sprocket is working with Thomas to learn how to put the BoneHead.
Custodian: CJ reports: 6 black shirts; 29 decals; 93 flag patch, 2 back patch, and the club flag.
Other business:
We decide to not buy 100 round shoulder patches.
After the usual lengthy Thomas dialog, he reveals we will have NO say in where our Bonehead profits go. Other than feeling good, we will receive NO reward for our participation in its support. The results of Dave’s negotiations for our efforts returns: No free ride, not even a free chili.
This NEW information prompts Seymour to repeat Lyle’s motion for club control of the Bonehead profits and moves for a vote to see if we will continue to support it. The result is 6 for, and 5 against, passed.
Charlie moves to accept Harold Carlson as a member, passed
Next regular meeting will be 2-13-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. Jim moves, Moon 2nd to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:05pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 12/12/07
Called to order at Burien Eagles Lodge by El Presidente Charlie Dean at 7:05pm.
Present: Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, “Moon“, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, “Shrek”, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, John Wilson, and visitors: Norm Teachman and Brian Albee.
Condensed Minutes: Read and approved. Full minutes distributed.
Communications: The AMA Promoter charter of arrived.
Charlie received his AMA membership.
Brian Albee applied for membership.
The Australian Pirate’s 40-year-old friend was killed when nailed by a 17 year old who ran a stop sign.
Leroy’s father: Roy Barker and Leroy’s daughter: Angela Cook and her mate: Anthony Macmillan, quit the club.
The new shoulder patches arrived.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Seymour reports his efforts to satisfy Leroy’s demand for a “proper audit by other than Seymour”: H&R Block and George’s wife both find the same shortage as Seymour, but neither can do a “proper audit” because Leroy’s treasury report is incomplete. Jane says she did the best she could with the information available to her.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Sprocket reports on the toy runs on 12-1 and 12-8.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 2 white, 9 black; 29 decals; 98 flag patch, 0 back patch, and the club flag.
Other business:
George moves, CJ 2nd to give $125 to the Eagles Christmas fund, passed.
Charlie moves to relocate the meetings next month to
Goldie’s restaurant on 3924 Airport way, North of Boeing Field, passed.
Lyle moves to retain Wednesday for meetings, passed.
Proposed ride to Hurricane Ridge was tabled.
Lyle moves, CJ second: the Bonehead profits are to be distributed by our choice, passed. Seymour quotes Thomas who was says he is not going to back out and turn the Bonehead over to us……… We just get used to underwrite it.
Charlie moves to accept Brian Albee as a member, passed.
Sprocket broaches having a display at the swap meet in Monroe. Charlie says to bring it up next month.
Charlie moves to approve the nominated officers as elected, passed.
President: Charlie
Vice President: Dave
Sec/Tres: Seymour
Road Captain: Sprocket
Sergeant at Arms: Bone
Next regular meeting will be 1-9-08 at Goldie‘s Restaurant. George moves, Sprocket 2nd to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:52pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 11/14/07
Called to order at Burien Eagles Lodge by Sec Seymour at 7:05pm. (Charlie arrived late.)
Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, “Moon“, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, “Shrek“, Jim Troup, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, John Wilson, and visitor: Harold Carlson, Vicki Dean, and Leroy Barker2.
Minutes: Read with embellished corrections by Thomas for an hour:
Communications: 1st of 100 improved shoulder patches arrived.
Treasurers report: Solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Sprocket’s replacement as Road Captain was “temporary”. Temporary Sprocket moves to attend the Toy Run in Skyway on 12-8, passed.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 1 white, 2 black; 29 decals, 1 shoulder patch, 1 back patch, and the club flag. She moves for permission to maintain our inventory as required, passed.
Nominations: (Only one was received for each office.)
President: Charlie
Vice President: Dave
Sec/Tres: Seymour
Road Captain: Sprocket
Sergeant at Arms: Bone
Other business:
Benny has his own window on our site showing racing pics from his lost youth, also available to other members.
Thomas broaches the children who paid for full membership and are now denied voting rights. We already agreed to return their money but they have not returned to claim it. Motion to mail their refund passed.
Bone reports he is now the editor of The Sidecarist, a national sidecar magazine. In his articles he welcomes the opportunity to include the Jollies and their pics with sidecars.
Charlie endorses the Toy Run ride to Olympia on 12-1 as well as to Skyway on 12-8.
Next regular meeting will be 12-12-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Meeting adjourned.


Meeting - Wednesday, 10/10/07
Called to order at Burien Eagles Lodge by El President Charlie Dean at 7:00pm.
Present: Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, Charlie Dean, Lyle Dorsey, Jim Jensen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Jim Troup, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, John Wilson, and visitors: “Moon“, “Shrek“ and Leroy Barker2.
Minutes: Read and approved
Communications: Distributed Oyster Run pics, Bone says member Edric is in the Green Berets, Chris McCormack died, Bone finds the legacy of member Dwight Bramblett at his new employ with Seattle City Light, he praises club improvements.
Shoulder patches have been changed to suit Charlie and are in-work.
Thomas offers Charlie a chance to do the BoneHead for 5 years. Hearing he wants to abandon the event, Seymour reports the news to Sound Rider Tom Mehren who is a better candidate to take it on. Mehren says he is willing. Following this, Samuelson calls members to argue in favor of Jolly involvement. After that, Jef Featherolf, annoyed by past bickering, sends word he quits the club.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Thomas is missing. Sprocket reports about 20 riders entered Anacortes with us on the Oyster Run. Charlie was nearly nailed by a truck and later challenged by a Gypsy Joker but emerged unscathed from all attacks.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 2 white, 4 black; 30 decals, 1 back patch, and the club flag.
Other business:
Sprocket moves, CJ 2nd, to admit new members “Shrek” and “Moon”, passed.
Seymour argues for renewing our AMA charter as a “Historic Club” for $10 instead of the present $60 required. Much discussion until Lyle moves, Fred 2nd, to retain the present charter. Charlie breaks the tie by voting against. Motion failed.
Benny moves to make Sprocket the temporary Road Captain, Jim 2nd, passed.
Sprocket moves to attend the Toy Run in December, Lyle 2nd, passed.
Visitor Leroy argues his innocence and disputes Seymour’s audit as biased against him. He says once another audit is done by other than Seymour we will find he is correct. Once this is done, he wants a copy of the findings and an apology printed on the web site. Charlie says the club entertained the problem for 4 months before 14 members (except Fred) voted against him. That action was supported by the Executive Board. If another audit supports him then we might entertain his position, but until then the decision stands. Leroy asks what communication advised him to a treasury shortage. Charlie says his meeting attendance would have provided it. Seymour says his phone is disconnected but he sent an e-mail.
Fred again argues in support of his and Leroy’s running the club in ‘06 and fears we may have alienated the AMA. Seymour replies: if we send them $10 and they renew our charter, they can’t be too alienated.
Next regular meeting will be 11-14-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Benny moves, Jim 2nd, to adjourn.


Meeting - Wednesday, 9/12/07
Called to order at Burien Eagles Lodge by El President Charlie Dean at 7:05pm.
Present: Fred Bare, David Boneham, Charlie Dean, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, John Wilson, and visitor: Dan.
Minutes: Read and approved
Communications: Distributed.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Thomas is missing. John Wilson reports on Isle of Vashon.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 4 white, 5 black (1 ea. is child‘s); 30 decals, 1 shoulder patch, 1 back patch, and the club flag.
George moves, Seymour 2nd, to get 100 shoulder patches in embroidery.
Other business:
Fred moves to stop posting our minutes on the web site, failed.
We agree to attend the Oyster Run on 9-23. In the south we meet across from Downtown Harley at 8:00am, then north to Starbucks at 9:00am.
George reports on his 1600 mile loop around local states.
Charlie reports on Carmen’s activities.
Seymour asks we replace missing Thomas as Road Captain. Bone suggests waiting until elections at the end of the year.
Next regular meeting will be 10-10-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. George moves, Jim 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:59pm.


Meeting - Wednesday, 8/08/07
Called to order at Burien Eagles Lodge by Secretary Seymour at 7:05pm.
Present: Fred Bare, David Boneham, George Irwin, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, John Wilson.
Dave Seymour assists in heading the meeting.
Minutes: Read and approved, including the 2nd reading of a Constitutional Amendment:
“Youth membership will be free until they are age 16, but they cannot wear the back patch until they are Active Members which includes paying the $100 initiation fee charged every one else.” Passed.
Communications: Distributed.
Details of Ray’s wife’s assault and kidnap discussed. CJ moves, George 2nd to send flowers, passed.
Leroy sends mail denying he withheld money from the club treasury: “Continued comments on this supposed shortage borders on liable.” Seymour asked his lawyer respond: “………… that you direct any intended litigation against him and/or The Jolly Rogers Motorcycle Club to this office.”
Treasurers report: Solvent
Errol has $19 credit with the club.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Thomas is missing. Bone reports on the ride to Ocean Shores.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 3 white, 7 black; 33 decals, 1 shoulder patch, and the club flag. We are also sitting on two kid’s shirts ordered by Thomas months ago, not paid for. If he does not pick these up, they will be up for grabs.
George moves, Bone 2nd, to get 50 shoulder patches in embroidery.
Other business:
We opened Tom’s 3 month old mail from the AMA. Seymour will scan it and e-mail it to him.
Charlie has asked we approve the board’s decision that Leroy owes us $136. CJ says Leroy’s defense about the flag concerns the Custodian inventory and is separate from the treasury. Board’s action is approved.
Next regular meeting will be 9-12-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. George moves, CJ 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:43pm.


Meeting - Wednesday, 7/11/07
Called to order at Burien Eagles Lodge by President Charlie Dean at 7:11pm.
Present: Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, Charles Dean, Lyle Dorsey, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Jim Troup, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, John Wilson.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Errol orders 4 shirts with the logo on the front and the hill climber in the middle of the back as is common in Australia. He will be in Seattle in 2009.
Helen Imboden, former club secretary, died 5-11. Mike Imboden sent pictures and her obituary.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Thomas is missing. Tanned Lyle reports on his adversity filled ride to Texas.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 3 white, 6 black; 36 decals, 1 shoulder patch, and the club flag.
Executive Board minutes: Read reaffirming Leroy has withheld $136 from the treasury.
We approve buying checks with the club name, subject to membership approval.
We approve buying receipt books for better records control.
We approve giving a $35 refund to the betrayed Youth members. In the future, Youth membership will be free until they are age 16, but they cannot wear the back patch until they are Active Members which includes paying the $100 initiation fee charged every one else. This is the 1st reading of this Constitutional amendment, passed.
Ray suggests adding a note to the website to discourage copying.
Other business:
Charlie orders shirts and patches for his friends in Australia on the gold coast.
Charlie presses the point of Leroy’s $136 shortage and asks those in contact with him to get him the news. Fred says he didn’t know about Leroy withholding funds despite his Presidency.
Seymour forwards the news: Leroy is on the Board of Directors for the museum which solely benefited from the BoneHead revenue.
Some may attend the run to Ocean Shores 7-28 and the Antique Machinery Show in Lynden on 8-4.
Sprocket promotes Taco Thursday in Milton.
Lyle moves, Benny 2nd for CJ to get more shoulder patches, this time in embroidery.
Next regular meeting will be 8-8-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Sprocket moves, Benny 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:03pm.


Meeting - Wednesday, 6/13/07
Called to order at Burien Eagles Lodge at 7:00pm by Secretary Seymour because Charlie has pneumonia and Ray has to work.
Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, George Irwin, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Claus “Sprocket” Von Clifton, and visitors: Steve & Rita Cook, John Wilson.
Minutes: Read and corrected to add: Leroy and Lucas Barker and their friends: John & James Larson helped at the BoneHead.
Communications: Distributed except Errol (saved for last) was overlooked. Tim reports the average visits/day to the Jolly’s web site has risen from 16 to 19.
George asks about e-mail concerning Dave’s wife Trina. Seymour tells how she performed well at the BoneHead. Dave bought her a pink club shirt which she told people was her reward for having “kicked ass”.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Thomas is missing. Bone reports on the run to Snohomish.
Custodian: CJ reports: 3 white, 7 black; 39 decals, 3 shoulder patches, 1 back patch, and the club flag.
Other business:
Leroy defends himself in detail against the charge of shorting the club $136 and says he owes us nothing, although he says he is poor at running a calculator. If the shortage can be verified, Seymour will steer it to the Executive Board to avoid tying up the meeting. Leroy agrees and asks the charge to retracted from the minutes if supported by the conclusion of the Board.
Ocean Shores is 7-28. Bone and Seymour may go unless Bone’s son Edric comes home on leave.
Leroy says 3 members under 16 years old had their status reduced to Youth Member, yet the club retains their money for full membership. Seymour says he has not heard them complain. CJ says they will have to come and get it. Leroy says “OK”.
Seymour engages Fred to cut out business cards promoting the club and its web site.
CJ asks Leroy where the pins and posters he acquired as Treasurer have gone. He does not remember.
George suggests sending Charlie a card. Seymour will do it.
John Wilson joins and pays $100 to do it. Steve and Rita Cook will wait.
Next regular meeting will be 7-11-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. George moves, CJ 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:25pm.


Meeting - Wednesday, 5/9/07
Called to order by President Charlie Dean at Burien Eagles Lodge at 7:06pm.
Present: Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, David Boneham, Charles Dean, George Irwin, Jim Jensen, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Tim reports the average visits/day to the Jolly’s web site has risen to 16.
Long struggling in the face of occasional financial and organizational adversity, Australian member Errol Horne has found a new bank and procedure that will not rape his wallet as before.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Thomas brings a BoneHead trophy for Fuzzy, reports 91 signups, made $623.95 for the Museum. Charlie performed as cook. Seymour intends to go to Snohomish 5-20.
Custodian: Benny is applauded for his extraordinary participation in shirt sales. CJ reports increased shirt prices requires us to raise our prices to compensate. We settle on $18.
Other business:
Charlie repeats our $136 shortage following Leroy’s tenure as Treasurer.
Constitutional Amendments: 2nd and last reading of amendment items passed or rejected in turn. Seymour will print the results by next meeting.
Fred repeats news of the failed Washington State bill to ban off road riding.
Next regular meeting will be 6-13-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. George moves, Benny 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:23pm.


Meeting - Wednesday, 4/11/07
Called to order by President Charlie Dean at Burien Eagles Lodge at 7:10pm
Present: Fred Bare, Ron “Benny” Bennett, Charles Dean, Jef Fetherolf, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, Jim Jensen, Thomas Samuelsen, CJ, Robert Seymour, Claus Von Clifton, and visitor: Cheryl Fetherolf.
Minutes: Read. Thomas corrects Bonehead attendance to 80 riders max.
Communications: Distributed. Tim reports an average 9 visits/day to the Jolly’s web site. He requests $8.95 for its annual name renewal. Seymour gets blank authority to pay small expenses.
Treasurers report: Solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Thomas reports on the BoneHead Enduro preparations.
Custodian: Same as last meeting. CJ gets OK to buy more shirts.
Other business:
Constitutional Amendments: Executive Board minutes read. Each amendment item passed or rejected in turn.
Next regular meeting will be 5-9-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Jim moves, Benny 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:44pm.


Meeting - Wednesday, 3/14/07
Called to order by President Charlie Dean at Burien Eagles Lodge at 7:10pm
Present: Fred, Dave Boneham, Laurie Bushnell, Charlie, Lyle, Fuzzy, Jim, Thomas and Torleif Samuelsen, Robert and CJ and Dave Seymour, Troup, Claus.
Minutes: Read. Thomas objects to his quote and says he really meant that we should work together in unity.
Communications: Distributed.
Errol Horne in Australia asks his application be held until he recovers from his accident.
Trine Kristofferson in Norway sends her pic.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Thomas reports the “Jolly Roger’s” BoneHead Enduro is listed in the AMA magazine.
Custodian: None volunteer, CJ accepts.
Other business:
Fred asks about our involvement in the BoneHead. Thomas says he needs a person with a motorcycle to pick up the remaining bones, someone to Marshall the whole course and find problems, and a clerk to learn the paperwork and risks. If we take over the event, we can easily get 100-150 riders. He also mentions another dirt ride for $87.
We found the relocated cheap patch lady and ordered 4 patches and 1 name to satisfy 3 orders and have 1 spare.
Seymour reviews the qualifications of some of the 8 new members inherited from October. Fred says accepting these members was necessary, the youth will age, and we need to work on the Constitution. Fuzzy moves to have the Executive Board meet to discuss reworking the Constitution “to iron out this Crap“, Jim 2nd, passed. Executive member Thomas sets the meeting date for Tuesday, 3-20. We will await his call defining time and place.
Seymour invites all to accompany him and son Dave for fun on the Green Freeze Run this Saturday starting in Auburn at Hinshaw’s.
Next regular meeting will be 4-11-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Lyle moves, Jim 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:09pm.


Meeting - Wednesday, 2/14/07
Called to order by Vice President Ray Leffard at Burien Eagles Lodge at 7:00pm
Present: Ray Leffard, Seymour, CJ, David Seymour, Bill Jamison, Jim Troup, Lyle Dorsey, Ron Bennett, Tom Samuelsen, Torleif Samuelsen, Fred Bare, and visitor: Clause Von Clifton.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Leroy and Laurie submitted only 5 member’s names to the AMA applying for the club charter: Fred, Tom, Torleif, Leroy, and Laurie. It was not enough to satisfy so Seymour gave the AMA 11 more. This years charter has arrived.
Errol Horne in Australia reapplied for membership and sent his pics. We will accept him upon receipt of his initiation fee.
Trine Kristofferson in Norway seeks contact with fellow motorcyclists and tips on local offerings. He intends to arrive in Seattle 5-26.
Pirate Chuck called to report he is tied up working on a boat repair in Alaska.
Treasurers report: solvent.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Tom reports on the forthcoming “Jolly Roger’s” BoneHead Enduro. He says he does not need our money, but would welcome a couple of people to help at the VFW hall.
Custodian: Not assigned. No report.
Other business:
Leroy’s check for the remaining treasury balance appears short compared to his November report.
Seymour gets approval to buy more membership cards.
Seymour proposes using the “dues” the 8 new members agreed to, as remaining payment against their reduced initiation fee until the full $100 is satisfied. Tom says he is no sure of the terms, but suggests reviewing Leroy’s minutes to clarify.
Seymour moves, Lyle 2nd, to accept Clause as a new member, passed. He will deliver $100 tomorrow.
Seymour reads Andy’s amendment to allow children as members, and Tom’s amended amendment to give them a ½ vote. Seymour moves with another amendment to put these children in a separate entity called Jolly Rogers Youth Auxiliary. Fred says to handle all this the Constitution will have to be re-written. Ray says we should table the matter to be considered by the Constitution Committee.
Tom asks “Don’t you guys do anything fun?” Having satisfied business, we invite him to contribute to the “fun” portion. He reviews his forthcoming dirt bike rides. It was fun.
Next regular meeting will be 3-14-07, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Fuzzy moves, Lyle 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:53pm.


Meeting - Wednesday, 1/10/07
Despite the snow, the Eagles hall graciously remained open to accommodate our meeting. We found some of Leroy’s club holdings and his check for $65 sitting on the table.
Called to order by President Charlie Dean at Burien Eagles Lodge at 7:15pm.
Present: Charlie Dean, Jim Jensen, Seymour, CJ, George Irwin.
Minutes: Distributed
Communications: Distributed, including an application from Errol Horne and his 3 pictures. We favor his membership but lacking a quorum, cannot accept him at this meeting.
Treasurers Report: Seymour stopped payment on last year’s treasury check, held un-cashed by Leroy, and deposited it in a separate checking account dedicated to the club.
Other business: Eagles staff looked anxious to lock up, encouraging our exit.
Motion to Adjourn: Made by all. Meeting ended at 7:52pm. Next meeting is February 14, 2007


Meeting - Wednesday, 12/13/06
Called to order by acting President Fred Bare at Burien Eagles Lodge at 7:00pm.
Present: Leroy, Roy, Tom Samuelson, Laurie Bushnell, CJ, Dave Seymour, Charlie Dean, Ray Leffard, Bone, Dwight, Lyle, Troup, Benny, Fuzzy, Jim Jensen, Leroy’s daughter and her boyfriend, Andy Nicholson, Seymour.
Minutes: Communications: Treasurers report: Committee reports: postponed for elections.
Elections:
Fred finds Charlie is not qualified for President under the Constitution. Seymour moves, CJ 2nd, to allow Charlie to run despite the Constitution. Leroy & Fred object.
Fred calls for a vote but Seymour makes “Point of Order”: Some of the people preparing to vote claim membership based on a meeting lacking a quorum, and moves their membership be declared invalid until they can be admitted in a meeting WITH a quorum.
Leroy says controversy in the club is because “everybody thinks he is a bad guy because she doesn’t like him“. Charlie says personalities should not be considered. Leroy says we will have to return money to new members if we don’t accept them. Leroy leaves the meeting.
Charlie says the Constitution and officers are not above the members who run the club, and is moot if the members say it is.
Ray moves to vote on the 1st motion and allow the votes of the questionable new members. Fuzzy 2nd. Passed.
Vote to allow Charlie to run, passed.
Vote for President, Charlie wins.
Vote for Sec/Tres, Seymour wins.
Vote for Vice President, Ray wins by default.
Vote for Sgt. at Arms/Road Captain, Tom Samuelson wins by default.
Minutes: Treasurers report: Waived because Leroy left.
Communications: Fred read a letter from Web Master Timothy pledging to return the site provided he works with improved management.
Ray moves, Charlie 2nd, to accept 8 undefined new members admitted in the October meeting, 5 of which are now present. Vote passed.
Tom introduces his young son as a member. Seymour says this conflicts with the Constitution preventing members younger than 16. Rays says young members pose a liability to the officers for their membership. Tom says the BoneHead event is protected by $1 mil insurance (which does not apply to club membership).
Andy moves to allow under 16 members. Tom amends this motion to give under 16 a half (½) vote. Fred says if the AMA accepts them, so should we, but to do it we will need an amendment to the Constitution. Laurie says young members will keep the club going. Seymour has Fred verify under 16 must be AMA member, not merely “willing to join”. Motion passed. This is the first reading of the amendment.
Seymour moves for an audit of the treasury and inventory. Fred says there is no need for a vote, it will happen.
Ray moves, CJ 2nd to adjourn, passed at 8:27pm. Next meeting will be January 10, 2007.


Meeting - Wednesday, 12/14/05
Called to order by Sec./Treasurer Robert Seymour in the absence of the
President and Vice President at the Burien Eagles Lodge at 7:00pm.
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Leroy Barker I, Leroy Barker II, Ron
Bennett, Edric Boneham, Dave Boneham, Charles Dean, John Dieken, Lyle
Dorsey, Perry Giovino, William Jamison, Jim Jensen, Lycia Lyons, Ed
Marshall, Andrew Nicholson, Robert Seymour, CJ Seymour, Dave Seymour,
Carmen Tom, Jim Troup, Eric Noll, Theresa Knott.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Reported.
Treasurer: Solvent
Committees: No reports given due to elections.
Elections:
Lycia moves, CJ 2nd to waive the attendance requirements of the voting
restrictions in the Bylaws this time only, passed.
President - 5 votes for George, 15 votes for Seymour - Seymour wins.
Secretary/Treasurer - Candidates are Seymour and Leroy #2. Seymour now
holds 2006 President Position.
#2 moves: Each candidate to hold only one position as per the
Constitution. Lycia 2nd, 12 for, 0 opposed: passed.
Perry moves, #2 to get position by default. Fred Bare 2nd. 7 for, 10
opposed: failed.
Lycia moves to open nominations for Secretary/Treasurer, Lyle 2nd. 14
for, 0 opposed: passed.
Jamison moves to nominate CJ for Secretary/Treasurer, Dave Seymour 2nd:
passed.
Leroy receives 11 votes, CJ receives 9. Leroy wins.
Vice-President - Ed Marshall receives 8 votes, Fred Bare receives 12
votes. Fred wins.
Sergeant at Arms - Dave Boneham attempts to withdraw his nomination but
relents. Dave Seymour receives 14 votes, Dave Boneham receives 6 votes.
Dave Seymour wins.
Road Captain - Dave Boneham receives 15 votes, Shawn Aaron receives 5.
Dave Boneham wins.
Other business:
Theresa Knott reports she made a large donation of food items to the
Eagles in the Club’s name.
#2 says Dwight Bramblett's health is bad.
#2 motions to donate $125 from the treasury to the Eagles Lodge, Charlie
2nd: passed.
Next meeting - Burien Eagles Lodge on 1-11-06. Shawn moves, Lycia 2nd to
adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:55pm


Meeting / Wednesday, 11/9/05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
7:00pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, David
Boneham, Charles Dean, George Irwin, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, Jim Jensen,
Lycia Lyons, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Jim Troup,
and Eric Noll.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Treasurers report: solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Absent
Communications Person: No report
Constitution and By-Laws: Delayed to make Nominations.
Custodian: No change from last month. CJ asks to buy as necessary in the
future, one back patch to maintain in inventory. Seymour moves, Jim 2nd,
to do it, passed.
Other business:
Boneham reports on his efforts to research club history. He recommends
doing a search for Peppan to see the old motorcycle pictures on their
site. Pirate says he want to make history NOW and DO something
George reports doing the 266 mile Maui Iron Butt on that island.
The developer of a track in Georgetown called the Pirate for his
assistance. He will pursue it.
Leroy offers to transport any to Bellingham next Tuesday.
Nominations:
Leroy stresses the need for clarification in the Constitution and
By-Laws, demonstrated by our repeated waiving its restrictions during
nominations and elections. Fred says: More than changing the laws, we
need to change ourselves.
Leroy moves to waive the requirement for 6 months uninterrupted
attendance for nominations, this time only, Shawn 2nd, passed.
President:
Seymour nominated by CJ, Pirate 2nd
George nominated by Lycia, Leroy 2nd
George says he will accept the nomination provided he can be excused
from attendance on election day.
Lycia moves to waive the attendance requirement for any member on 12-05
with an excused absence, Shawn 2nd, passed.
Secretary / Treasurer:
Charlie moves, Jim 2nd, to combine nominations for Secretary with
Treasurer, passed.
Lycia nominated by Leroy, Roy 2nd. CJ points out, George confirms, Lycia
lacks the 18 months membership required for this office. Leroy moves to
combine her honorary and active memberships to no avail. Lycia's
nomination is removed.
Leroy nominated by Lycia, Boneham 2nd
Seymour nominated by Pirate, CJ 2nd
Vice President:
Fred nominated by Charlie, Jim 2nd
Ed nominated by Leroy, Pirate 2nd
Sergeant at Arms:
Leroy nominated by Roy, Pirate 2nd
Dave Seymour nominated by CJ, Pirate 2nd
Dave Boneham nominated by Leroy, Pirate 2nd
Road Captain:
Boneham nominated by CJ, Dave Seymour 2nd
Shawn nominate by George, Boneham 2nd
Nominations closed
Fred presents his latest amended amendment to officially dismiss long
gone members.

"ARTICLE VIII -- FORMER CLUB MEMBERS. Any person who held Membership in the Club at some time during its past, but who has WILLFULLY neglected to attend any of its monthly meetings for three (3) year's time, shall therefore and thereupon have ceased to be a Member of the Club."

Leroy expresses concern for preserving the membership of his son, in the
military for 10 years. He will send Seymour his son's e-mail address so
we can include him in this consideration. The late hour prompts George to
table this matter for now.

Next regular meeting will be 12-14-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Shawn
moves, Lycia 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:22pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 10/12/05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
7:00pm
Present: Fred Bare, David Boneham, Edric Boneham, George Irwin, CJ,
Robert Seymour.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Treasurers report: solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Absent. Dave Boneham reports on the Oyster Run.
Communications Person: Absent.
Constitution and By-Laws: Fred presents his latest effort to add an item
officially dismissing long gone members. We amend it slightly to present
at next meeting.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 17 White (L4, XL0, 2X13) / 39 Black (L14
XL13 2X12) / 56 total
Flag patch: 11, Decals: 44, Also: 0 Back patches, 1 club flag.
Other business:
CJ requests permission to buy more back patches, but lacking a quorum,
the request is shelved.
Dave Boneham suggests our archives in the private possession of #2
should be scanned for internet and general display.
George finds insufficient time to place an add in District 27’s booklet.
Seymour explains to those unaware to click on the “Jolly Rogers Pictures
from Earlier Years” picture in the “History” section of our web site to
reveal many additional pictures.
Dave Boneham discusses his intention to get a sidecar for his wife.
Next regular meeting will be 11-9-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. CJ
moves, Dave Boneham 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:18pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 9/14/05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles lodge at
7:00pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, David
Boneham, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, William
"Fuzzy" Jamison, Jim Jensen, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave
Seymour, Theresa Knott, and visitor: Edric Boneham.
Edric Boneham introduces himself and seeks membership in the club.
Seymour moves, Jim 2nd to accept, passed. He pays $100 to seal the deal.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Seymour will give the Pirate's phone number
to a guy intent on developing a dirt bike track near Georgetown.
Treasurers report: solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Late. Dave Boneham proposes an alternate scenic route to
the Oyster Run, Sunday 9-25. Those in the south end leave the restaurant
across from DownTown Harley at 8:30am. We meet the north end members in
the Northgate parking lot at 9:00, and pick up the rest at the Smokey
Point rest stop in Arlington at 9:45.
Communications Person: Absent.
Constitution and Bylaws: Fred presents his amendment draft to dismiss
long gone members. After meeting, Fred recovers his draft to improve it,
so Seymour will not mail copies to all as proposed.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 18 White / 39 Black / 57 total. Flag
patch: 12. Decals: 44. 1 Back patch. 1 club flag.
Other business:
George visited the motorcycle display in Bellingham and found a large
collection of Club memorabilia contributed by #2.
George reports his findings to place a $75 add in the District 27
booklet promoting our club. He will pursue it.
George finds the house offered by John White, new owner of Rolling
Thunder, is a nice place to hold our meetings, but is presently inhabited
by his parts runner. This implies inconsistent access and its location is
inconvenient for some members. We expect to continue at our present
location.
#2 encourages us to sell Carmen's truck banks for him. Seymour suggests
he tell Carmen to give them to us and we will split whatever we get with
him.
Roy found and recommends a motorcycle museum in Lynden.
Next regular meeting will be 10-12-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Jim
moves, Shawn 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:53pm
The bar tender at the Eagles lodge says non Eagles members must sign in
before buying their drinks.


Meeting / Wednesday, 8/10/05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
7:00pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Leroy Barker2, David Boneham, Dwight
Bramblett, Lyle Dorsey, Jef Fetherolf, George Irwin, Ray Leffard, Ed
Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, and visitors: Richard Furman,
and Edric Boneham.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Treasurers report: solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Absent. Dave Boneham reports on the run to Ocean Shores,
only hampered by some construction on I-5. George covered 2200 miles to
California, mostly on secondary roads. Lyle went 5000 miles to Niagra
Falls through Canada and passed through Sturgis on the way back.
Communications Person: Absent.
Constitution and By-Laws: Seymour and Fred continue to draft an
amendment officially dismissing long gone members.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 25 White / 39 Black / 64 total, Flag
patch: 12, Decals: 46, 1 Back patch, 1 club flag.
Other business:
Ray continues to be asked if our club is an "outlaw" club. He tells all
we are a "family" club.
#2 says our club flag is worth more than reported by CJ.
Seymour reports the link to the Seattle Motorcycle Club has been removed
from our site.
John White, new owner of Rolling Thunder, offers his newly renovated
house adjacent to his shop for our meetings.
#2 promotes races at "the farm" in Chehalis and at the 40 acre grounds
of the Olympic Peninsula Motorcycle Club.
Next regular meeting will be 9-14-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Shawn
moves, Dwight 2nd, to adjourn.


Meeting / Wednesday, 7/13//05
Called to order by Vice President Dwight Bramblett at Burien Eagles
Lodge at 7:04pm
Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, David Boneham, Dwight Bramblett, Charles
Dean, John Dieken, Lyle Dorsey, Jef Fetherolf, William "Fuzzy" Jamison,
Jim Jensen, Ray Leffard, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, and visitor:
Micha Boneham.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Treasurers report: Solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Absent. Dave Boneham reports on the Poker Run to
Bellingham. He found lots of Jolly Rogers stuff on display at the
Bellingham Museum.
He reports on his participation in the funeral procession to bury Mark
Rossler. He was almost hit by a car whose driver ignored the escort. The
driver was subsequently arrested at gun point.
Communications Person: Absent.
Constitution and By-Laws: Seymour and Fred negotiate around adding an
item officially dismissing long gone members.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 26 White 41 Black
Flag patch: 15
Decals: 47
Other business:
Ray Leffard regularly meets "outlaw" club members through his association at Rolling Thunder Enterprises. He finds himself defending the club against increasing rumors we are an "outlaw" club. He tells those inquiring we are a "family" club, and he can steer anybody towards an "outlaw" club if they desire it. As a "family" club, he sees nothing in the Constitution that allows for expelling a member for spite, and finds those attempting it last month to be "out of line". Were the precedent established, they could be similarly vulnerable and the good of the club would not been served. Fuzzy invites us to Ocean Shores on Saturday, 7-30 for the Abate Sun & Surf Run where the Cossacks will perform.
Next regular meeting will be 8-10-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Lyle
moves, Charlie 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:49pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 6/08/05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
7:15pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, Ron Bennett,
Charles Dean, Lyle Dorsey, Jef Fetherolf, Perry Giovino, George Irwin,
Chuck "Pirate" Ising, Jim Jensen, Lycia Lyons, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert
Seymour, Dave Seymour, Jim Troup, Eric Noll, Theresa Knott, and visitors:
Karen Smyth, and Dave Boneham.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Treasurers report: Solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Perry reports on rides to Snohomish and Chelan, and
proposes attendance on the Poker Run to Bellingham this weekend.
Recruiting: #2 wants to be relieved from this effort.
Communications Person: No action. CJ reports Mark Rosler is not doing
well at Riverton.
Constitution and By-Laws: No action.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 27 White 42 Black / 69 total
4 special order Polo shirts. Flag patch: 15 Decals: 47
Other business:
Increasing members have voiced their displeasure by feeling they have
been overcharged for their patches. For the sake of our members good
will, Seymour moves to contribute to those who claim it, and are here
present, $40 from our treasury, 2nd by Charlie Dean, motion failed.
Now that our logo is registered as club property, Seymour moves to bar
its future reproduction and sale for personal profit, 2nd by Charlie
Dean. Leroy says he is tired of being accused. Motion passed.
Seymour moves to Change the Constitution to add:
Inactive members avoiding attendance for 3 years shall be dropped from
membership. The cost for reinstatement shall be $25. With no 2nd, motion
is tabled.
Dave Boneham joins, and pays $100 to do it.
Road Captain Perry cannot attend the Poker Run to Bellingham this
weekend. He appoints Shawn as his assistant to handle it.
George reports Aurora Suzuki owner Randy McAllister would like a link
from our web site. Seymour will arrange it.
Theresa describes 88 year old member Ed Marshall's dedicated
participation at their barbecue.
Leroy asks and learns our new back patch was approved by the club.
At 8:18, Lycia asks for and is granted a closed meeting.
Next regular meeting will be 7-13-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Roy
moves, Charlie 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:35pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 5/11//05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
7:00pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, Dwight
Bramblett, John Dieken, Jef Fetherolf, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Jim
Jensen, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, Eric Noll, Theresa
Knott, and visitors: John Wilson, Troy Barker.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Treasurers report: solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Perry repeats our plans to attend the Snohomish show on
Sunday, May 15.
Recruiting: #2 went to the motorcycle show at the Whatcom Museum and
engaged in interviews to promote the club.
Communications Person: Missing. CJ reports on Mark Rosler, recently
moved from intensive care at Highline Hospital to Riverton Hospital.
While communication is difficult, he is alert and retains his sense of
humor. Seymour will get a card for us to sign wishing him well.
Constitution and By-Laws: No action.
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 29 White (L6, XL8, 2X15) / 45 Black (L15
XL15 2X15) / 74 total
Flag patch: 19
Back patch: 3
Decals: 49
CJ receives orders for 6 polo shirts.
CJ displays the flag shoulder patches from the new supplier. and asks
what price they should carry on our web site. #2 says they are inferior
to his personal line of patches and feels they should not be sold at all.
Seymour moves, Dave 2nd, to price them at $14, passed.
Other business:
Roy describes and promotes an annual swap meet in Mt. Vernon.
Perry suggests making copies of the flyers he hands out to avail all of
written news of forthcoming events.
Dwight broaches inviting his friend Rich to a meeting with the idea of
possibly accepting his application for membership. There was no
objection.
#2 repeats our being included in the AMA District 27 booklet.
George reports an alert from the Washington Road Riders of a federal
bill to withhold funding for safety training to states without a helmet
law. He encourages all to contact their senators to discourage its
passage.
Perry and Theresa invite all to a barbecue at their house on May 28 in
support of the club.
Next regular meeting will be 6-8-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Shawn
moves, Dave 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:56pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 4/13/05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
7:00pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, Charles Dean,
John Dieken, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert
Seymour, Dave Seymour, Theresa Knott.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Seymour's accountant confirms Cossacks
finding a non-profit corporation costs ($1250) more than it's worth.
Treasurers report: solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: George lists forthcoming events.

We will attend the Snohomish show on Sunday, May 15. We leave from
DownTown Harley at 9:00am and pick up north end members at McDonalds in
the Northgate Mall at 9:30.

Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 29 White (L6, XL8, 2X15) / 47 Black (L15
XL15 2X15 3X2) / 76 total
Decals: 50
CJ presents sample flag shoulder patches from the new supplier. We
select 1 of the 4 samples. Charlie moves, all 2nd, to order the 25,
passed.
Constitution and By-Laws: Fred's revised version will not be accepted
until 3 consecutive votes as presently required. Seymour will e-mail text
of Fred's and our current constitutions for comparison to those who can
receive it.
Other business:
#2 describes being included in the AMA District 27 booklet.
#2 describes the forthcoming motorcycle exhibit at the Whatcom Museum in
Bellingham from May 8 through Dec 4.
Perry looks forward to inviting all to a barbecue next month.
Next regular meeting will be 5-11-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Roy
moves, Shawn 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:56pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 3/9/05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
7:01pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Ron Bennett, Dwight
Bramblett, Lyle Dorsey, Jef Fetherolf, George Irwin, Chuck "Pirate"
Ising, Lycia Lyons, Eric Noll, CJ, Robert Seymour, Dave Seymour, CARMEN
TOM, Jim Troup.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Lycia reports Mark improving, will be moved
to a facility in Burien.
Treasurers report: solvent
Committee reports:
Custodian: CJ reports: Shirts: 29 White, 12 Black Decals: 50
Dwight moves, Dave 2nd to buy more black shirts, passed.
CJ presents sample back patches from the new supplier. Dwight moves,
Shawn 2nd, to make future orders with lighter skin tone and remove the
break between the name and the logo, passed. CJ will order 3 more with
the changes required.
Constitution and By-Laws: Fred describes his revised version. Seymour
objects to invalidating Active members rights based on attendance. We
decide to let it stand and accept Fred's new version.
Other business:
George proposes imposing dues. No action taken.
Carmen suggests we incorporate as a non-profit organization. Seymour
will investigate it.
George's wife audits the treasury records and finds all okay except
suggests payments should be identified by check number or "cash".
Seymour reintroduces the 3rd of the written motions to change the
Constitution as passed at the previous meeting:
Seymour moves, Shawn 2nd, to reduce the Constitution quorum requirement
from 10 to 8, passed.
Seymour moves, Lyle 2nd, to change the Constitution meeting date from
the 1st Saturday to the 2nd Wednesday of each month and the meeting time
from 6:30pm to 7:00pm, passed.
If anyone is inclined, George cautions against use of illegal substances
in the Eagles Lodge.
Next regular meeting will be 4-13-05, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Lyle
moves, Lycia 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:14pm.


Meeting / Wednesday, 1/9/05
Called to order by President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
7:00pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Leroy Barker2, Ron Bennett, Dwight
Bramblett, John Dieken, Lyle Dorsey, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Chuck
"Pirate" Ising, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Lycia Lyons, Ed Marshall, Eric
Noll, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Dave Seymour, Jim Troup, and
Theresa Knott.
Visitors: Jim Troup was invited to the meeting by Lyle and applies for
membership. Lyle moves, CJ 2nd to accept, passed.
Lycia now has a '64 BSA and applies for active membership. #2 moves,
Pirate 2nd to accept, passed.
Dave Seymour applies for membership. Seymour moves, CJ 2nd to accept,
passed.
Minutes: Read. Lyle moves, Fuzzy 2nd to approve, passed.
Treasurers report: No action. Treasury balance remains unchanged.
Communications: Distributed. The Snohomish Motorcycle Show is still on
for 5-15. BoneHead Enduro is 4-10.
Committee reports:
Road Captain: Perry recommends our participation in the Abate Poker Run
on 2-27. It leaves the White Horse Bar & Grill, 14935 Interurban Ave in
Tukwila at 11:00am.
Constitution and By-Laws: Fred will distribute his revised version for
consideration.
Recruiting: George alerts #2 to the opportunity for a free table to
recruit at the Sound Rider Motorcycle Market Place on Sunday, 5-22 at
Magnason Park in Sand Point.
Custodian: CJ has no inventory to report, but tells of Benny's
encouragement to find an alternate source for patches. She discovered a
backyard operation that will yield our back patch for about $45 less than
we pay now. Seymour presents the reduced price details that will still
put money in the treasury. The Seymours' will buy 2 back patches and
bring these for our examination.
Other business:
Dwight gains assurance he is the Vice President.
Perry moves, Pirate 2nd to accept Theresa Knott as an Honorary member,
passed.
George appoints Lycia Lyons as the communications person to alert all of
club considerations, but wants CJ to continue to fill in for Mark
reminding all of forthcoming meetings.
Seymour gives copies of the treasury records to George for audit.
Seymour reintroduces the 2nd of the written motions to change the
Constitution as passed at the previous meeting:
Seymour moves, CJ 2nd, to reduce the Constitution quorum requirement
from 10 to 8, passed.
Seymour moves, CJ 2nd, to change the Constitution meeting date from the
1st Saturday to the 2nd Wednesday of each month and the meeting time from
6:30pm to 7:00pm, passed.
Seymour moves, Fuzzy 2nd to temporarily move our next meeting to
Wednesday, 3-9 at 7:00pm, passed.
George conveyed our opinions concerning lane splitting legalization to
the Washington Road Riders Assn.
He encourages us to develop club events. He thanks all for the large
attendance. He and Seymour will attend the Cossacks meeting at 7:00pm
next Wednesday.
Next regular meeting will be at 7:00pm on Wednesday, 3-9-05, at the
Burien Eagles Lodge. Lyle moves, Shawn 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at
8:05pm.
After meeting, Custodian CJ recovers from #2 our flag, shirt, and decal
inventory and $ from the 3 shirts she sold last month.


Meeting / Saturday, 1/12/05
Called to order by new President George Irwin at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:31pm
Present: Shawn Aaron, Leroy Barker2, Ron Bennett, Charles Dean, Lyle
Dorsey, George Irwin, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Jim Jensen, CJ, and Robert
Seymour.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed. Shane Wirtz of Apes University seeks an
exchange of web sites.
Treasurers report: Solvent.
Committee reports:
Runs and Events: George asks #2 if he wants that committee again, but #2
says give it to the Road Captain.
Custodian: George appoints CJ to Custodian again. She accepts. #2
suggests Custodian report should be a part of the Treasurers report.
Since #2 has acted as Custodian since 9-04, Seymour asks for his report.
He personally bought all that's gone and turns in the money.
He reports: Shirts: We have 34 white, 18 black, = 52 total. Decals: 50.
Other business:
Lyle & #2 report ice racing in Everett was a good.
#2 reports Mark is now off life support and doing better after his heart
attack.
George calls for improved communications. #2 proposes Honorary member
Lycia Lyons for the task.
Seymour reintroduces the 1st of the written motions to change the
Constitution as passed at the previous meeting:
Seymour moves, Jim 2nd, to reduce the Constitution quorum requirement
from 10 to 8.
Seymour moves, Charlie 2nd, to change the Constitution meeting date from
the 1st Saturday to the 2nd Wednesday of each month. #2 moves to amend
the motion to change the meeting time from 6:30pm to 7:00pm.
But #2 says we cannot vote without a quorum since only 9 members are
present. Following this, Fuzzy arrives. With the quorum present, both
written motions pass.
Seymour moves, Charlie 2nd, to temporarily move the next meeting date to
the 2nd Wednesday of February at 7:00pm, passed.
#2 suggests the Treasury audit defined in the Constitution be done.
Charlie says his daughter is a CPA and can do it.
George reports on a proposed law allowing grid locked lane splitting and
polls those present: 4 favor, 3 oppose.
George reports Snohomish wants to cancel this years bike show and the
county is trying to close the Sky River MX park.
#2 asks where our VP and Road Captain are.
#2 asks who will act as the contact person. George says he will do it if
he has to.
Next regular meeting will be at 7:00pm on Wednesday, 2-9-05, at the
Burien Eagles Lodge. Shawn moves, Fuzzy 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at
8:00pm.
After meeting, Custodian CJ sells 3 shirts but gives the money to #2 at
his insistence.


Meeting / Saturday, 12/4/04
Called to order by President Leroy Barker at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:30pm.
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Leroy Barker2, Ron Bennett, Dwight
Bramblett, John Dieken, Lyle Dorsey, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, William
"Fuzzy" Jamison, Lycia Lyons, Ed Marshall, Andrew Nicholson, Eric Noll,
Mark Rosler, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Debra Seleski, Angela
Barker, and Tony McMillan.
Minutes Communications Treasurers and Committee reports: #2 dispenses
until other business is concluded.
Elections:
Seymour moves, Fuzzy 2nd to waive the constitutional voting restriction
regarding attendance, passed.
Mark moves, Deacon 2nd to have each candidate speak in their own behalf,
passed. Fred says he doesn't want to be President. George moves, Fuzzy
2nd, to delay votes for Perry because he is late, passed.
President: George and #2 are tied, Fred is last. 2nd ballot between
George and #2 results George wins.
Vice President: Dwight wins.
Sergeant-at Arms: CJ wins.
Road Captain: #2 declines. Perry (now arrived) wins by default.
Other business:
For activities, Andy suggests we accompany the Cossacks on their road
trips.
#2 suggests donating $125 to the Eagles lodge for their Christmas
charity. Dwight moves, Fuzzy 2nd. Fuzzy moves for a treasurers report, CJ
2nd, passed. Following the report, the donation motion passed. Seymour
paid Eagles Lodge President Mark.
Seymour concedes his failure to alert all (except e-mail recipients) to
member Slimbo's death and funeral. #2 stresses communication is parts of
the Secretary duties.
#2 suggests reducing the quorum requirement from 10 to 7, George
suggests 8, Mark 2nd, passed.
Debate over future meeting dates concludes when Fuzzy moves, Dwight 2nd
to move date to 2nd Wednesday of the month, passed.
Fred objects to these changes because they have not satisfied the
Constitution need for a written motion to be presented at 3 consecutive
meetings. BUT, after meeting, President Elect George coordinates with the
Eagles Lodge to resolve the confusion and avoid meeting New Years Day. To
satisfy Fred's concerns, as in the past, the meeting date is TEMPORARILY
set for the 2nd Wednesday as passed before. So:
Next regular meeting will be Wednesday, 1-12-05, at the Burien Eagles
Lodge. Ed moves, Fuzzy 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:56pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 11/4/04
Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:34pm.
Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Dwight Bramblett, Perry Giovino,
George Irwin, Lycia Lyons, Ed Marshall, Eric Noll, Mark Rosler, CJ,
Robert Seymour and visitor: Theresa Knott.
Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Seymour got a call from the Jolly Rogers track in New
Hampshire wanting to send some of their riders here to compete on OUR
track. They were passed off to Mickey Fay at RMC.
Seymour got a call and mail from Mac Tezanos representing his small
riding group in Selma Alabama. Out of respect for OUR organization he
asks to have the option to use the name "Jolly Roger Riding Club" using
the Skull and Crossbones as their patch and he displays that logo.
Treasurers report: solvent
Committee reports:
Road Captain: no action. Ed suggests the Full Throttle publication also
good for event news.
Constitution and By Laws: no action.
Recruiting: Mark reports no conclusion polling missing members to
determine the reason for their absence. He again promotes a  points
system, but declines to administer it.
Other business:
Lycia says she got a nice letter from #2 in Texas explaining his absence
and thanking us for his presidency. George moves, Aaron 2nd to accept his
reason for absence, passed.
Decision on the "Riding Club" in Alabama unresolved. Fred approves,
recalling our name and logo ARE registered. George approves the name
"Jolly Roger Riding Club" (with no "s"), Perry suggests using another
pirate name. Mark moves, George 2nd to discuss further next meeting,
passed.
Nominations:
President:
George nominated by CJ, 2nd by Aaron.
Fred nominated by Dwight, 2nd by George.
#2 nominated by Mark, 2nd by Perry.
Mark moves, CJ 2nd to close, passed.
Treasurer:
Seymour nominated by George, 2nd by Aaron
George moves, Aaron 2nd to close, passed.
Secretary:
Seymour nominated by George, 2nd by CJ
Mark moves, CJ 2nd to close, passed.
Vice President:
Perry nominated by Dwight, 2nd by CJ
Dwight nominated by Perry, 2nd by Seymour
Seymour moves, Aaron 2nd to close, passed.
Sergeant-at-Arms:
CJ nominated by George, 2nd by Aaron
Ed nominated by Mark, 2nd by George
Aaron moves, Seymour 2nd to close, passed.
Road Captain:
Perry nominate by George, 2nd by Aaron
#2 nominate by Seymour, 2nd by George
George moves, Aaron 2nd to close, passed.
Next regular meeting will be 12-4-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Ed
moves, George 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:15pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 10/4/04

Called to order by President Leroy Barker#2 at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:43pm.

Present: Shawn Aaron, Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, George Irwin,
Ed Marshall, Mark Rosler, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Alex Lyons,
Lucas Barker, Kindra McMillan, Eric Noll, Lycia Lyons, Troy Barker, Tony
McMillan, and Angela Kiehn.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: None.

Treasurers report: Solvent

Committee reports:
Road Captain: absent. #2 suggests using Thunder Press publication for
event news. George reports no problems, a big crowd and outside interest
in our club when he and Perry rode to the Oyster Run. #2 reports a good
show at the Port Angeles hill climb.
Constitution and By Laws: No action. Ray asks when these will be fixed
and points out we have waived their restrictions during elections for
three years now. #2 suggests dealing with one item at a time.
Recruiting: George suggests polling missing members to determine the
reason for their absence and invite them to the next meeting. Mark agrees
to perform that function. He promotes reinstating the points system
awarding wearing colors, riding, etc.
Other business:
Seymour reports Carmen is determined to bar access to his 42 acre riding
area. Mark wants events to promote the club. #2 suggests having a
hill climb at an established location in Yakima and will pursue its
availability.
Seymour reports a competing shirt supplier says we are getting the best
price.
CJ reaffirms her Custodian abandonment, but will continue to attend to
assist Seymour as Sec/Tres.
Mark moves to accept the trade of #2's new club flag for our old flag
and $150, Roy 2nd, passed.
#2 says we already agreed to maintain Seymour's Eagles membership. He
will renew.
#2 reminds November will nominate officers, and stresses to be nominated
and elected that person MUST attend.
#2 initiates a closed meeting to promote accepting new Honorary Members:
Lycia Lyons and Eric Noll. George moves, Ed 2nd to offer it, passed. They
return and accept.
Seymour reports cancer attacking Slimbo.
Next regular meeting will be 11-6-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Roy
moves, Shawn 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:19pm.
After meeting, #2 collects his $150 flag money and confiscates the
Custodian inventory: Shirts: 62. Decals: 70.


Meeting / Saturday, 9/4/04

Called to order by President Leroy Barker#2 at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:36pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, Jef Fetherolf, Ed
Marshall, Mark Rosler, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Shawn Aaron,
Cheryl Fetherolf, Lycia Lyons, Eric Noll, and Lucas Barker.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report: solvent

Committee reports:
Road Captain: absent. #2 reports Castle Rock date 9-18 cancelled. He
offers all to accompany him to the hill climb in Port Angeles tomorrow.
Also, photo shoot at DownTown Harley on 9-11 and Arlington Bike show and
swap meet on 9-19.
By Laws: Fred suggested refinements: active membership defined by
attendance at 8/12 meetings during the year (10/12 for officers),
eliminate reference to "dues", road captain duties defined, revise quorum
requirements, endorsement required "if" on the road to allow for dirt
riders, misconduct defined.

Custodian: Shirts: We have 37 white, 25 black, 3 gray = 65 total.
Decals: 70

Other business:
Seymour investigated RMC for meetings. If there, we would have to
conclude by 6:00pm when the store closes. In response to Carmen's
liability concerns, the manager says they have NO lawsuits against their
track.
Seymour reports CJ's offense resulting from an anonymous letter sent to
#2 belittling a woman in our group, and her subsequent decision to
abandon her office as Custodian. Seymour reads his letter of public
apology for his part in its reading, and his reply to the author. #2
tables the matter.
Since events occupy the weekend, #2 broaches meeting during the week.
Fred can't do it. #2 suggests bringing an event ticket to compensate for
missed attendance.
The head of the Eagles lodge says his manager who replaced our scheduled
meeting with a wedding has been replaced.
#2 shows his new $380 club flag and offers to sell it to the club for
$150 and the old flag.
Shawn Aaron joins and pays $100 to do it.
Seymour will buy new Membership cards.
CJ sells shirts for $63.

Next regular meeting will be 10-2-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Jef
moves, Mark 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:19pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 8/7/04

Called to order by President Leroy Barker#2 at Burien Eagles Lodge
parking lot at 6:33pm.

Present: Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Dwight Bramblett, John Dieken,
George Irwin, Ed Marshall, Mark Rosler, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors:
Shawn Aaron, Lucas Barker, Kristi Brower, Eric Noll, Lycia Lyons, and
Kenneth Bramblett.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed. Received a corrected bill from our lawyer
dismissing his previous bill for an additional $328. #2 says even though
he was the negotiator, it only took a 3 minute phone call to correct
which could have been done by the secretary.

Treasurers report read.

Committee reports:
Road Captain and By Laws: No action.
Runs: #2 encourages our attendance 8-27 at DownTown Harley to see Robbie
Kneival and get his autograph. Also at DownTown Harley on 9-11 at noon
for photo shoot and snacks.
Custodian: bypassed.

Other business:
Mark complains about using the nickname "jollies".
#2 discussed Carmen's grounds and the danger of liability. Seymour
recounts his failed efforts to lease our previous grounds to King County
for their administration and protection. He cites a recent article in the
AMA magazine describing an Illinois club's success in obtaining $188,400
from state and federal governments to buy 320 acres for off highway
vehicle use, implying our similar opportunity.
Finding ourselves relocated from our regular meeting hall into the
parking lot, #2 explains the reason centers on a change of managers at
the hall. He defends this site as an improvement over our previous
meetings at DownTown Harley. Benny and Carmen have encouraged meeting at
RMC, but Mark calls attention to the danger of another arbitrary
expulsion. #2 invites any to find a better place. Dwight offers his home
in Federal Way.
Mark reasserts his idea for a perpetual plaque or trophy for deceased
members.
#2 reports another hillclimb in Port Angeles by the Olympic Peninsula
Motorcycle Club over the labor Day weekend. Find their web site at
http://www.opmc.com.
#2 sites other upcoming events:
8-14 Castle Rock Harley Run
9-18 Castle Rock National
#2 shows the new flag he had made his own expense.
#2 presents communication he received from an offended visitor citing
his perception of unacceptable welcome.
CJ sells a shirt and 2 decals for $18.
Dwight introduces his son in hopes for his membership.

Next regular meeting will be 9-4-04, at (in) the Burien Eagles Lodge.
George moves, CJ 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:12pm.


 Meeting / Saturday, 7/3/04

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:38pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Dwight Bramblett, Charles Dean, Jef
Fetherolf, Perry Giovino, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, Jim Jensen, Ed Marshall,
Mark Rosler, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Cheryl Fetherolf and
Theresa Knott.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed. Received a bill from our lawyer for an
additional money. #2 says there must be some mistake. He will talk to him
next week.

Committee reports:
Road Captain and By Laws: No action.
Runs: Roy reports #2 attended the hillclimb in Port Angeles on 6-26.
Soap Lake run remains undefined.
Custodian: CJ reports shirt inventory: 39 white, 30 black, 7 gray, (76
total). Decal inventory 74

Other business:
Seymour reports next price break on shirts at approx 100 qty. (Actually
73 to 144)
Mark suggest a perpetual trophy commemorating deceased members.
Seymour reports Benny suggests meeting at the RMC dealership.
Jef abandons his Road Captain office. Seymour moves, Dwight 2nd to
appoint Perry his replacement, passed.
Dwight invites us to his house for July 4 barbecue.
CJ sold 7 shirts and 2 decals.

Next regular meeting will be 8-7-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Roy
moves, Ed 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:32pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 6/5/04

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:36pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker2, Ron Bennett, John Dieken, Jef
Fetherolf, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors:
Cheryl Fetherolf, Mark Rosler, Lycia Lyons, Eric Noll, and Theresa Knott.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.
Jef won DownTown Harley's dyno shootout on his hopped up Sportster,
wants to abdicate his office as Road Captain and suggests Perry.
Tim details his requirements for additions to our web site, seeks early
updated information for the EVENTS page to help encourage interest from
prospective new members.

Committee reports:
Road Captain and By Laws: No action.
Runs: Jef moves, George 2nd to attend the hillclimb in Port Angeles on
6-26. #2 will inform all of the details by Friday and alert Tim for the
EVENTS page.
Custodian: CJ reports shirt inventory

Other business:
George moves, Seymour 2nd, to get 27 more black shirts (our best
seller), passed. Benny will place the order and inquire about a quantity
break.
George says the Sound Rider Swap Meet at Magnuson Park was a good event,
recommends our future attendance.
Seymour distributed CD's with photos contributed by Doug Rhoton from his
parent's (Burton and Helen Rhoton) picture album reflecting their
membership 1943-1945. Find these also on the web site.
Jef reports good times and attendance at the run in Snohomish.
Seymour and CJ present the results of their latest efforts towards an
additional patch design. George will add his participation.
#2 discusses requirements to define active membership. Jef says easier
membership will encourage more active members.
George presses members to wear our colors to promote the club.
#2 broaches the idea of a patch commemorating deceased members. Seymour
suggests putting it on the web site.
George thinks the web site should have pictures of the officers with
their contact information.
George moves, Jef 2nd to reinstate Mark Rosler, passed.

Next regular meeting will be 7-3-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. George
moves, Jef 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:07pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 5/1/04

Called to order by President Leroy Barker2 at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:38pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, John Dieken, Jef
Fetherolf, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Lycia Lyons, Eric Noll, John
Wilson, Troy Barker, Mark Rossler.

Minutes: Read and correct to show previous visitor John Wilson.

Communications: Tim reports his 2nd un-reimbursed payment of $8.95 to
maintain our web site.
Ed Combs wife Inez reports his passing at 4:30pm on 4-19, and a
forthcoming Memorial on 5-1.

Treasurers report: disclosed

Committee reports:
Road Captain: Jef & #2 propose attending the following:
Snohomish on 5-16
Dino Days on 6-5,6
Port Angeles hillclimb on 6-26
By Laws: Fred reports no activity.
Recruiting: #2 offers a new form to obtain information from visitors.
Custodian: CJ reports shirt inventory: 41 white, 9 black, 7 gray, (57
total). Decal inventory 78.

Other business:
#2 reports 15 past and present members, including Lila Bulen, attended
Ed Comb's memorial.
Doug Rhoton loaned Seymour his parent's (Burton and Helen (Burdick)
Rhoton) picture album reflecting their membership 1943-1945. Seymour
scanned it and distributed printed copies, and will make a CD with these
and other club pictures available.
Seymour and CJ will continue work on her new patch idea.
#2 is having the club flag reproduced at his own expense.
Mark Rossler displays old pins. #2 prods him to regain his past
membership.
#2 reports club memorabilia from Lila Bulen yet to arrive.

Next regular meeting will be 6-5-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Dieken
moves, #1 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:39pm.


 Meeting / Saturday, 4/3/04

Called to order by President Leroy Barker2 at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:38pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Charles
Dean, John Dieken, Lyle Dorsey, Jef Fetherolf, George Irwin, Jim Jensen,
Ed Marshall, CJ and Robert Seymour, and visitors: Kristi Brower, Lycia
Lyons, Eric Noll, Gary Campagan, Jottw Wildon, Bod Wise, and Mark
Rossler.

Minutes: Read and correct to show previous visitors Mark Rossler (member
51-62), and Troy Stedman.

Communications: Distributed. Don Dorsey sends word of his heart valve
rework.
AMA says renewed charter is waiting for printing with their new logo.

Treasurers report:
Future treasury value will not be posted on the web site in keeping with
the dictates of the Constitution.

Committee reports:
Road Captain: Jef reports no activity.
By Laws: Fred reports no activity.
Runs & Events: #2 reports opportunities for forthcoming events. Seymour
describes typical BoneHead Enduro. Dieken describes typical Snohomish
Run.
Recruiting: #2 needs a bulletin board for displays at forthcoming
booths.
Pins & Patches: #2 reports available.
Custodian: CJ reports shirt inventory: 14 black, 7 gray, 41 white. Decal
inventory 78.
Lawyer: #2 displays our newly acquired logo registration certificate. #2
moves, Jim Jensen 2nd to dissolved this committee, passed.

Other business:
#2 reports the Jolly Rogers Tavern was unenthusiastic about joining us
in promotion.
#2 completes his report on the Swap Meet results and its profit.
Ed Combs has returned home in the care of his wife and hospice. He
welcomes our e-mail.
CJ presents a rough draft for another patch displaying our club flag.
#2 thanks Dieken and Ed Marshall for their memorabilia contributions.
Seymour distributes discs containing files of our minutes, dating back
through 1996.
Seymour moves to upgrade CJ's membership from Honorary to Active, George
amends the motion to make the active membership date retroactive back to
her Honorary membership (9-2002), Jim Jensen 2nd, passed. She paid $100
to seal the deal.
George reminds all to obtain the free driver's license motorcycle
endorsement upgrade from M3 (any motorcycle) to M7 (any motorcycle and
sidecar or 3 wheeler). This offer expires in June.

#2 initiates his closed meeting, thanking visitors for their arrival and
says end of the next meeting will include another 10 minute closed
session.

Next regular meeting will be 5-1-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. George
moves, Charlie 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:06pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 3/6/04

Called to order by President Leroy Barker2 at Burien Eagles Lodge at 6:37pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, Ron Bennett, Charles Dean, John Dieken, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, Ed Marshall, R J McIntosh, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Troy Barker, Lycia Lyons, Eric Noll, Debra Seleski, Lucas Barker, Mark Rush (sp, mem 51-62), Troy B (something).

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
No activity. Present treasury balance is $474.44

Committee reports:
Fred reports Constitution and B-Laws improvements are in-work.
Road Captain not available.
#2 reports lawyer's efforts remain delayed by Olympia.
Seymour reports AMA charter still not arrived despite their pledge to get them out by the end of last month.
#2 reports he and Perry obtained good results from Abate swap meet which encouraged visitor Mark to arrive. Undefined items were sold for undisclosed money, and the club was promoted. Black shirts were most popular.

Other business:
Perry reports Rat City Abate had a good run 2-8.
#2 says Donna Tom grateful for our flowers.
#2 had a nostalgic visit with Lila Bulen who offered to get her son to find any club memorabilia still in her house.
Ed Combs remains infirmed. Seymour will send card.
Dieken provides AMA calendar of events for this year.
#2 says end of the next meeting will include a 10 minute closed session.

Next regular meeting will be 4-3-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge.

George moves, RJ 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:16pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 2/7/04

Called to order by President Leroy Barker2 at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:34pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker, Leroy Barker2, Ed Combs, John Dieken,
Perry Giovino, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Brian
Householder, Inez Combs, Lycia Lyons.

Minutes: Read and corrected.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $27 for shirts and decals.
Paid $35 for forthcoming Abate Swap Meet.
Paid $56.55 for flowers to Carmen's wife Donna.
Present treasury balance is $474.44

Committee reports:
Custodian CJ reports club inventory.
Road Captain not available.
#2 reports lawyer's efforts delayed by structural problems in Olympia.
Seymour reports AMA charter has not arrived, but sent e-mail to prod
them.
Fred finds changes in Seymour's copy of the Constitution. Fred and #2
will review the changes and bring these and their possible corrections to
the meeting for consideration.

Other business:
Perry expresses his intent to attend an Abate run Sunday and encourages
our participation. #2 invites any information on forthcoming runs. Dieken
will bring the NMA calendar. #2 promotes the Dino Days activities.
#2 will ask the Jolly Rogers Tavern if they want to join with us in
promotion.
#2 reports Carmen's wife Donna recovering from a stroke.
Ed Combs invites us to picnic at his place in Lacey.
Visitor Brian Householder introduced.
#2 will seek audience with Lila Bulen in effort to recover any club
artifacts.
Seymour obtained confirmation for our booth at next week's Abate Swap
Meet and reveals it includes 4 free passes. #2 encourages our attendance
there.
#2 would like to see additional business cards and memory patches
honoring deceased members.
Present attendees estimate their club participation since: Ed Combs '53,
#2 '00, #1 '56, Seymour and CJ '71, Fred '58, Perry '00, Ed Marshall '57,
Carmen '57, Dieken '49.

Next regular meeting will be 3-6-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Ed
Marshall moves, Roy 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:49pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 1/3/04

Called to order by new President Leroy Barker2 at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:32pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Charles Dean, Jef
Fetherolf, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, Jim Jensen,
CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Cheryl Fetherolf, Kristi Brower, Debra
Seleski, and Barry Sullivan.

Minutes: Read. George moves, #3 2nd to approved, passed.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
No activity. Present treasury balance is $663.02

Committee reports:
CJ reports 71 shirts, 81 decals, in inventory. #2 has 50 shoulder
patches, 2 signature patches, and 3 hat pins.
Road Captain Jef wants input for an event schedule for this year.
#2 will prod the lawyer to obtain status on in efforts.
Seymour reports AMA charter has not arrived.

Other business:
Jef suggests support for young riders competing in our name.
#2 will ask the Jolly Rogers Tavern if they want to join with us in promotion.
Seymour reports Carmen's wife Donna had a stroke and is in the hospital.
George moves, #2 2nd, to send her a card and flowers, passed.
#2 bought officer identification patches for the club and presented them
to the current officers.
#2 asks for confirmation on meeting dates. George moves, Pirate 2nd,
to approve meetings on the 1st Saturday in the month.
#2 suggests another Constitution and By-Law committee to make
improvements.
Seymour will contact Tim to get an upgrade on his promotion poster.
Committees formed are:
By Laws: Fred, Charlie, and #2.
Runs & Events: Jef, Pirate, and George.
Recruiting: #2
Sponsored Events: Pirate and Jef.
Perry describes last year's swap meet effort. Pirate moves, Jef 2nd,
to have a $35 booth at the Abate Swap Meet in Monroe on 2-15. Seymour will
get the space, #2 will chair the event.

Next regular meeting will be 2-7-04, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. #3
moves, Perry 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:19pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 12/7/03

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:34pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Roy Barker1, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Dwight
Bramblett, Charles Dean, Jef Fetherolf, Perry Giovino, George Irwin,
Chuck "Pirate" Ising, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitors: Gary
Dodge and Ken Price.

Minutes: Read and corrected.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $39 for shirts & decal.
Paid out $164.50 more shirts
Present treasury balance is $538.99

Committee reports:
CJ reports 70 shirts in inventory. Will count the number of decals.
Road captain Perry reports on our ride to the Jolly Rogers Tavern in
Ballard. No discount from our namesake.

Other business:
Dwight delivers custom made Jolly Rogers business cards.
Pirate reports on his merchant marine sail to Diago Garcia.

Nominations:
Seymour moves, George 2nd, to reopen nominations based on last years
procedures. #2 asks if Road Captain and Sergeant at Arms should be
appointed positions. Fred reveals they are voted.
Nominations after additions:
President:
Seymour and Perry decline. #2, was previously nominated.
Secretary/Treasurer:
Seymour was previously nominated.
Vice President:
Fred, was previously nominated. Perry nominates Dwight, #1 2nd. Pirate
nominates #2, Jef 2nd.
Sergeant at Arms:
Pirate nominates George, #1 2nd. George nominates Jef, Pirate 2nd.
Road Captain:
Seymour, Perry, and #2 previously nominated. Perry declines. Perry
nominates Jef, George 2nd.

Elections:
President:
Leroy2, the only remaining nominee wins by default.
Secretary/Treasurer:
Seymour, the only nominee wins by default.
Vice President:
#2, having been elected to President, declines. Dwight wins over Fred.
Sergeant at Arms:
George wins over Jef.
Road Captain:
The other nominees decline or have been elected to other positions.
Jef wins by default.

Next regular meeting will be Saturday, 1-3-04, at the Burien Eagles
Lodge. #2 moves, George 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8:10pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 11/1/03

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at Burien Eagles Lodge at
6:31pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker1, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Dwight
Bramblett, Don Dorsey, Lyle Dorsey, Jef Fetherolf, Perry Giovino, Ed
Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, and Ray "GW" Spicer

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $15 for shirts.
Paid out $3.53 for postage to lawyer.
Paid out $10 to renew AMA charter.
Present treasury balance is $664.49

Committee reports:
CJ reports on the shirt inventory. Don moves, Dwight 2nd, to buy more
black shirts, passed.
Leroy2 reports the lawyer's efforts in our behalf remain in-work. Don
says we could have beat the price by acting on our own.
Road captain Perry proposes we ride to the Jolly Rogers Tavern in
Ballard, leaving the Eagles Lodge on Saturday, 11-8, at 2:00pm.

Other business:
Dwight offers to make Jolly Rogers business cards for FREE, and takes
orders toward that end.
CJ sold 3 shirts and a decal for $39.

Nominations:
are hindered by our attempts to follow the dictates of the reworked
Constitution. Leroy2 moves, Don 2nd, to bypass the requirements for
attendance this time only, passed.
President/Road Captain:
Seymour nominated by Don, 2nd by Lyle
Perry nominated by Seymour, 2nd by Ed
Leroy2 nominated by Dwight, 2nd by Perry
Secretary/Sergeant-at-Arms:
Seymour nominated by Leroy2, 2nd by Perry
Treasurer/Vice President:
Seymour nominated by Leroy2, 2nd by Leroy3
Fred nominated by Don, 2nd by Perry

Because the Eagles are having a Christmas Party on 12-6,
Next regular meeting will be SUNDAY, 12-7-03, at the Burien Eagles
Lodge. GW moves, Dwight 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:56pm.



Meeting / Saturday, 10/4/03

Called to order by Secretary Seymour at Burien Eagles Lodge at 6:30pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Ron Bennett, John
Dieken, George Irwin, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, and visitor:
Kristi Brower.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $189 for shirts.
Paid out $40 for Eagles membership
Present treasury balance is $663.02

In response to Leroy2's suggestion, committee activities will begin to
be better defined and documented.

Committee reports:
CJ reports on the shirt inventory. It is deemed adequate.

Other business:
The lawyer finally sent his paper work. Seymour will sign and return the
items he requires. George donates $10 to support that effort.
Tim has resurrected our web site. It includes new pictures of the recent
Oyster Run. Seymour reports the traffic there was bumper to bumper and
the attendance very crowded.
George and Seymour will attend the Sound Rider's 3-Pass Blast banquet on
Saturday, 10-11 in hopes their efforts won the club its $500 prize.
We decide to shelve Leroy2's proposed 150 1" pins purchase for $318.24.
Seymour used the clubs money to join the Eagles. The cost turned out to
be $40 instead of the previously reported $50.
Next regular meeting will be 11-1-03, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. George
moves, Benny 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:21pm.


 Meeting / Saturday, 9/6/03

      Called to order by Secretary Seymour at Burien Eagles Lodge at
      6:34pm.

      Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker1, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3,
      Dwight Bramblett, Charles Dean, Lyle Dorsey, Jef Fetherolf, Perry
      Giovino, George Irwin, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, Ray "GW"
      Spicer, Ed Combs, and his wife.

      Minutes: Read and approved.

      Communications: Distributed.

      Treasurers report:
           Received $15 for shirts.
           Paid out $323.25 for more shirts.
           Present treasury balance is $514.02

      Other business:
           Leroy2 suggests committees dealing with various club activities
      should have a chairman and defined procedures to better be able to
      continue despite unforeseen circumstance.
           Leroy2 contacted the lawyer who claims his effort in our behalf
      is in-work and should be concluded by our next meeting.
           Our web site is temporarily down, but Tim says it should be back
      up again next week.
           Road Captain Perry recommends the Oyster Run on 9-28. We should
      leave from Denny's across from DownTown Harley at 9:30am
           George and Seymour will again attempt to do the Sound Rider's 3-
      Pass Blast on Sunday, 9-7, at 8:00am from Denny's across from
      DownTown Harley.
           Leroy2 says he can get 150 1" pins with our logo for $318.24 and
      recommends these be sold along with our other merchandise. Ed Combs
      suggests we follow the example of the GoldWing club which had a ride
      each month, selling ride pins for $5 each. No action taken.
           Leroy2 moves to have the club pay for 1 Eagles membership for
      Seymour to ensure our ability to meet in their hall, 2nd by GW and
      passed. The cost is $50 to join and $25/yr after.
           The new black t-shirts were a big hit. CJ took in $129 in sales,
      with more committed.
          

Next regular meeting will be 10-4-03, at the Burien Eagles
      Lodge. Leroy2 moves, GW 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:56pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 8/2/03

Called to order by Secretary Seymour at Burien Eagles Lodge at 6:30pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker1, Ron Bennett, Jef Fetherolf, Perry
Giovino, George Irwin, CJ, Robert Seymour, Ray "GW" Spicer, and visitor:
Barry Sullivan.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $100 from Lyle Dorsey to join.
Received $59 for shirts.
Present treasury balance is $822.27

Other business:
Those entertained by it, will leave for the Sound Rider's 3-Pass Blast
on Saturday, 8-9, at 8:00am from Denny's across from DownTown Harley.
Registration must be done before the run. Besides signing up on-line, you
can also call Tom Mehren at 206-329-7808 and use a credit card.
We decide to stick with meeting on the 1st Saturday of the month,
despite holidays or other inconveniences, to best accommodate the
schedule of our hosts at the Burien Eagles Lodge.
Since T-shirts are our biggest seller, CJ will put together an order for
some ready inventory. Benny will inquire about black shirts.

Next regular meeting will be 9-6-03, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. GW
moves, Seymour 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:13pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 7/19/03

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at Burien Eagles Lodge in
White Center at 6:30pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Ron Bennett, Charles
Dean, Don Dorsey, Perry Giovino, Ed Marshall, CJ, Robert Seymour, Ray
"GW" Spicer, and visitor: Lyle Dorsey

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $25 from Don Dorsey for reinstatement.
Received $45 for shirts.
Paid $9.73 for cookies.
Present treasury balance is $663.27

Other business:
Lyle Dorsey, Don Dorsey's brother, applies for membership. Seymour
moves, Ed 2nd to accept him, passed. He pays $100 to do it.
Seymour promotes participation in Sound Rider's 3-Pass Blast.
Seymour again reports no news from the lawyer except the check is
cashed. Barker2 will inquire.
Perry moves, Barker3 2nd, to hold the next meeting 8-2 instead of 9-6,
passed.
Barker2 moves, Barker3 2nd, to consider developing an event/meeting
schedule for the next 3 or 6 months, passed.

Next regular meeting will be 8-2-03, at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Ray
moves, Lyle 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:27pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 6/7/03

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at Eagles Lodge in White Center at 6:37pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker1, Leroy Barker2, Ron Bennett, Ed Combs, Charles Dean, John Dieken, Perry Giovino, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, Jim Jensen, Ed Marshall, Robert Seymour, CJ, and visitors: Don Dorsey, and Ken Watson representing Ride for Kids.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $40 for shirts.

Received $3 for decal.

Paid Lawyers Graybeal Jackson Haley $300.

Present treasury balance is $603.00

Other business:

Previous member Don Dorsey requests re-admittance. Jim Jensen moves, Ed 2nd to accept him, passed. He pays $25 to do it.

Newly reinstated member Ed Combs arrives to commune with the fellows.

Ken Watson makes his presentation encouraging our participation in the Ride for Kids on 9-7 starting in Marymoor Park near Redmond. He stresses that 87% of the money raised goes for the kids. American Honda is a heavy sponsor.

Seymour reports no news from the lawyer except the check is cashed.

Seymour re-submits Scott's idea allowing Jolly Rogers chapters in other areas, but it is not favored.

Seymour says Scott is working on a page on the web site "in memory" of past members.

Perry reports on the run to the Old Snohomish Antique & Classic Motorcycle Show on 5-18. Perry and his wife, Scott, Seymour, Tim and his brother Louie rode to Snohomish. Perry, Scott and Seymour went to the Lake Chelan Motorcycle Rally on May 31. Benny and his wife arrived the day before. That ride was long enough to warrant a 2-day stay.

Road Captain Perry schedules following road run this month: Pacific Raceway in Kent on 6-29 for the All Harley Drag Racing and ATV/Vintage MX racing. We leave from Denny's across from DownTown Harley at 9.00am.

Leroy2 suggests gathering for 10:00am breakfast this month on Saturday 6-21 at:

Drift On Inn Roadhouse

16708 Aurora Ave. N.

Seattle, WA 98133

CJ received $15 for shirts.

Next regular meeting will be 7-19-03, (the 3rd Saturday to avoid the 4th of July weekend) at the Burien Eagles Lodge. Perry moves, Benny 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7.38pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 5/3/03

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at Eagles Lodge in Burien at
6:35pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker1, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Ron
Bennett, Charles Dean, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, Jef Fetherolf, Perry
Giovino, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Jim Jensen, Ed
Marshall, Robert Seymour, CJ, and visitor: Scott's friend Nori Maghirang.

Minutes: Read and corrected.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $72 for shirts.
Present treasury balance is $860.00

Other business:
Previous member and President, Ed Combs seeks Honorary membership. Scott
moves, Fuzzy 2nd, to grant this membership, passed.
Scott broaches discussion of allowing Jolly Rogers chapters in other
areas. Leroy2 sees the opportunity for increased prominence. Seymour
worries about coordination and communication. Fred sees increased
revenue. No conclusion.
Perry reports on the BoneHead Enduro. "It was a blast!"
Road Captain Perry schedules following road runs this month:

Old Snohomish Antique & Classic Motorcycle Show on 5-18. We leave from
Denny's across from DownTown Harley at 9:00am.
Lake Chelan Motorcycle Rally on May 31. We leave from Denny's across
from DownTown Harley at 7.30am. For those not wishing to return the same
day, Scott's brother offers accommodations at his house.

Leroy2 suggests gathering for 10:00am cheap breakfast this month on
Saturday 5-17 at: Silver Dollar Casino, south of the Sea-Tac Airport on
Pacific Highway South.
Leroy2 suggests reworking the previous poster to reflect our new meeting
location. Scott has the computer file to do it.
CJ received $40 for shirts.

Next regular meeting will be 6-7-03. Because the Burien Eagles Lodge has
already been scheduled for use, the next meeting will be at the White
Center Eagles Lodge in White Center

10452 15th Ave. S.W.
Seattle, WA 98146
206-248-1400

 Scott moves, Seymour 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 8.38pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 4/5/03

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at 6:35pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker1, Leroy Barker2, Leroy Barker3, Ron
Bennett, Dwight Bramblett, Charles Dean, George Irwin, Chuck "Pirate" Ising,
Jim Jensen, Robert Seymour, and CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $100 from Jef Fetherolf for membership.
Received $93 for shirts and decals.
Paid $119 for more shirts.
Paid $6.35 for cookies.
Present treasury balance is $788.00

Other business:
Where is Perry? He's never missed a meeting.
Leroy2 reports the lawyer's efforts in our behalf.
Benny reports no significant improvement in Carmen's 40 acre grounds
since last summer.
The absence of President Carmen and its associated barring from
access to the DownTown Harley conference room, encourages us to find a more
regular meeting place. Leroy2 will seek a new meeting place and is deluged
with many suggestions.
Leroy2 suggests gathering for 9:00am lunch (day shifter) this month
on Saturday 4-19 at:
Caruso's Wilderness Inn
23631 Maple Valley Black
#D
Maple Valley, WA 98038
425-432-4651
Leroy2 recommends the free Full Throttle magazine and their web site
www.fullthrottleusa.com. It is particularly concerned with local laws and
events.
Leroy2 asks if we wish to invest in getting club pins made for sale
to the public, but reserves the idea pending the lawyer operation.
CJ received $72 for shirts.
Seymour, Benny, Perry, reliable Carmen, and others intend to attend
the BoneHead Enduro on April 27. See the Sound Rider web site for details.
Next regular meeting will be 5-3 at a location yet to be identified.
Leroy2 moves, Jim Jenson 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:22pm.


 Meeting / Saturday, 3/1/03

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at 6:36pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker2, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Chuck
"Pirate" Ising, Robert Seymour, CJ, Ray "GW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo"
Thomas, and visitors: Jef Fetherolf, Leroy Barker1, Leroy2's friend Debra
Seleski.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $90 for shirts.
Paid $5.31 for cookies.
Present treasury balance is $720.35

Other business:
Leroy2 reports his findings concerning our logo.
Slimbo will investigate developments at Carmen's 40 acre grounds during
a rumored gathering there tomorrow.
George moves, Pirate 2nd, to admit James Fetherolf for membership,
passed. He paid $100 to do it.
Leroy2 moves, Pirate 2nd, to reinstate Leroy1 to membership, passed.
This action prompts a discussion about how to deal with old members
returning. GW proposes we reinstate these with a $25 fee if they provide
proof of previous membership or verify it through a current member.
Leroy2 moves, George 2nd, to adopts GW's proposal, passed.
The occasional absence of Carmen and its associated barring from access
to the DownTown Harley conference room, encourages discussion to find a
more regular meeting place.
Leroy2 suggests gathering for lunch in addition to our regular meetings.
Seymour suggests the Silver Dollar Casino on Pacific Highway South in
SeaTac. CJ says you can get a cheap breakfast before 10:00am. Leroy says
he will be there at 9:00am on the 3rd Saturday of the month (next March
15th). Others, including Perry and Seymour will attend.
Slimbo asks to sell T-shirts at Ocean Shores. Seymour calls attention to
the loss suffered by Scott and Perry last year in Arlington. No decision
reached.
Next regular meeting will be 4-5-03 at DownTown Harley (God willing).
Slimbo moves, GW 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:45m.


 Meeting / Saturday, 2/1/03

Called to order by President Carmen Tom 6:40pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker II, Leroy Barker III, Charles Dean, John
Dieken, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Chuck "Pirate" Ising, William
"Fuzzy" Jamison, Ed Marshall, Andrew Nicholson, Robert Seymour, CJ, Ray
"GW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, and visitor: Jef
Fetherolf.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $100 for membership from Chuck Ising.
Paid $6.42 for cookies.
Present treasury balance is $635.66

Other business:
George moves, Slimbo 2nd, to appoint Leroy to head a committee to
examine our club name and logo, passed.
Carmen reports he will not discuss grounds progress until the legal
details are concluded.
GW wants to identify members with bikes owned, licensed, and running.
Leroy wants all the club history, pictures and artifacts he can find to
create a library and post on the web site.

Next regular meeting will be 3-1-03. GW moves, Slimbo 2nd, to adjourn.
Meeting ended at 7:50m.


Meeting / Saturday, 1/4/03

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at 6:30pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, John Dieken, Perry
Giovino, George Irwin, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Jim Jensen, Ed Marshall,
R J McIntosh, Andrew Nicholson, Robert Seymour, CJ, Ray "GW" Spicer, and
visitors: Chuck "Pirate" Ising and Dan McCarthy.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
Received $100 shirts.
Received $100 for membership from Leroy Barker III.
Paid $5.39 for coffee.
Paid $7.98 for cookies.
Present treasury balance is $542.08

Other business:
Dan McCarthy says he hears good things about the club, specifically the
move for access to fresh grounds.
Leroy reports on the Chili Buns ride from the Alki tavern to the Emerald
Queen Casino.
He is developing more material and pictures to post on the web site.
He shows of his unique club jacket embroidered with club name but
without logo. The embroidery costs $50.
R J McIntosh moves, GW 2nd, to admit Chuck "Pirate" Ising to the club,
passed. He pays $100 to do it.
Andrew Nicholson asks who was the first (#1) club member, implying the
benefit of this type of history. Dieken says the club actually started in
1937, but was interrupted by the war and the theft of the treasury.
Next regular meeting will be 2-1-03. GW moves, Jim Jensen 2nd, to
adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:15pm.


 Meeting / Saturday, 12/7/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:32pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, Dwight Bramblett, John Dieken, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Ed Marshall, Andrew Nicholson, Robert Seymour, CJ, Ray "GW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, and visitors: Leroy Barker III and Terry Pitman, 29 year member of the Cossacks who rides a '40 Harley Knucklehead.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $40 from Fuzzy and George for shirts.

Paid $10 for 2003 AMA charter.

Paid $5.47 for cookies.

Present treasury balance is $355.45

Other business:

Leroy's son, Leroy Barker III joins the club and pays $100 to do it.

Leroy asks where to send pictures to be added to the web site. Answer:  They go to Webmaster Timothy DeHan.

Seymour will add e-mail addresses to the phone list.

Dieken announces the Thurston County ORV park has been permanently closed. Carmen describes his 44 acre playground, but adds it will not be available until after the lawyers deal with it.

Seymour reports his participation in this years Abate Toy Run to Olympia.

December Election of officers:

Scott Dustin has been nominated for President, but is again absent. Leroy moves, George 2nd, that a candidate must be present to be elected to office, passed.

Dwight moves, George 2nd, to waive the restrictions as described in the by-laws for officer eligibility, this time only, passed.

Leroy moves, Fuzzy 2nd, to reopen nominations for all officers, this time only, passed. Slimbo, 2nd/Andrew, nominates Carmen. Seymour, 2nd/Leroy III, nominates Leroy.

Carmen wins President

Fred wins Vice President

Seymour wins Sec/Tres

Slimbo wins Sergeant of Arms

Perry wins Road Captain

Next regular meeting will be 1-4-03. GW moves, Seymour 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:55m.


Meeting / Saturday, 11/2/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:33pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, Dwight Bramblett, Perry Giovino, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Ed Marshall, Chris McCormick, Robert Seymour, CJ, Ray "GW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, and visitors: Leroy's 2 sons.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

  • Received $44 from for shirts and decals.
  • Reimbursed $35 to Perry for the Arlington booth.
  • Paid $178 for more shirts.
  • Paid $7 for cookies.
  • Present treasury balance is $330.92

November Nominations for officers:

President:

  • Carmen nominates Ed, who declines.
  • Seymour, 2nd/Benny, nominates Scott.
  • Dwight, 2nd/GW, nominates Seymour.
  • Carmen, 2nd/Slimbo, nominates Fred

Sec/Tres:

  • Carmen, 2nd/Ed, nominates Seymour.

Vice President:

  • Benny, 2nd/Slimbo, nominates Fred.
  • Dwight, 2nd/Benny, nominates GW.

Sergeant of Arms:

  • Seymour, 2nd/Benny, nominates Slimbo.

Road Captain:

  • GW, 2nd/Benny, nominates Perry.
  • Seymour, 2nd/Chris, nominates Scott.

Elections are scheduled for next month.

Other business:

  • Benny reveals the results of his pursuit of club flags. 18 x 14" blank nylon flags with 2 grommets are $7 each in minimum qty 12, or $6 each for 24. Silk screen costs an additional $5 each for one side in minimum qty 12. Only one side of each flag can be printed. To print both sides, 2 flags will have to be sewed back-to-back. He will pursue getting both sides printed on 1 flag.
  • Dwight found Jay Blazek, owner of Western Neon, who might make a small neon sign with the club logo. Seymour will contact him through the internet.
  • Slimbo, Perry, and Seymour report on the Oyster Run to Anacordes. Traveled through rain and some hail, but the weather was swell once there, and during the return trip.
  • Leroy has sold all the JRMC initialed pins, but has the mold if we want more make.
  • Carmen bought 44 acres near Orting. His son Russ is developing a motorcycle park. Carmen will inform us as the area evolves. He asks if we will want to put on a race.
  • Fuzzy promotes a BBQ and Chili Feed to raise money for Brock Wheaton, suffering from cancer.
  • CJ sold 4 polo shirts for $80.

Next regular meeting will be 12-7-02. Slimbo moves, Ed 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:20m.


Meeting / Saturday, 9/28/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:33pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, Charles Dean, Scott Dustin, Perry Giovino, Chris McCormick, Robert Seymour, CJ, Ray "GW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, and visitor: Richard Dustin.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $78 from for shirts.

Received $50 from Arlington sales.

Paid $29 for more shirts.

Paid $6.31 for cookies.

Present treasury balance is $506.92

Other business:

Scott and Perry, report on their trip to Arlington and its sales. Perry had to pay $35 for a booth which made $50. The greatest benefit of this effort was promoting the club. Many flyers were handed out. Scott reports an increase of over 200 web site hits. We returned Perry's $35 to him.

Leroy moves, Scott 2nd to set the price for polo shirts at $20 to club members and $25 to the public, passed. We put together an order for 12 more in colors red, white, and blue.

Next regular meeting will be 11-2-02. Scott moves, GW 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:30m.


Meeting / Saturday, 9/7/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:37pm.

Present: Fred Bare, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, Perry Giovino, George
Irwin, Robert Seymour, Ray "GTW" Spicer, Carmen Tom, and visitors:
Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
No activity. Present treasury balance is $414.23

Other business:
We decide the flags should be 18" x 14". We leave the negotiation for
their purchase to our contact with the shirt seller: Benny the Bug.
Scott and Perry, the only attendees to Scott's impromptu Chinook Pass
ride, report on that activity.
George reports on his ride on the Iron Butt run to Boise, Idaho.
Scott moves, Seymour 2nd, to make Seymour's wife CJ an Honorary Member
in appreciation for her efforts in behalf of the club, passed unanimously
(even Carmen voted to accept).
Scott and Perry will attempt to sell our stuff at the ARLINGTON Swap
Meet on 9-15. Those of us riding along will meet at DownTown Harley at
8:30am, and leave at 9:00.
The next weekend, we will ride to the Oyster Run on 9-29. Again, we meet
at DownTown Harley at 8:30am, and leave at 9:00, as usual.

Next regular meeting will be 9-28-02 in order to take advantage of the
presence to the popular Carmen Tom who will be out of town on the 1st
weekend in October. GW moves, Scott Fuzzy, to adjourn. Meeting ended at
7:42m.


 Meeting / Saturday, 8/03/02

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at 6:41pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Perry Giovino, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Ed Marshall, Robert Seymour, Ray "GTW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, and visitors: James Sharples & Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and corrected.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:
6-29: Received $15 from Gordy Ochs for shirt.
7-8: Received $30 from Benny for shirts.
7-12: Paid $194.50 for more shirts.
8-2: Paid $7.98 for cookies.
Present treasury balance is $414.23

Other business:
Scott says he is prepared to sell our stuff at the ARLINGTON Swap Meet.
Discussion says the T-shirt provider must use stronger material to make a bunch of flags using the same embossing as the shirts.
Seymour and Slimbo report on Scott's Whidbey Island run.
Visitor James Sharples introduces himself. He is a long time friend of Ed Marshall; has been riding Harley's for 10 years.

Next regular meeting will be 9-7-02. GW moves, Fuzzy 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:46m.


Meeting / Saturday, 6/29/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:35pm.

Present: Fred Bare, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, Robert Seymour, Ray "GTW" Spicer, Carmen Tom, and visitors: Gordy Ochs, Tom Mehren, and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

6-28: Received $15 from Bennett for shirt.

6-1: Paid $7 for cookies.

Present treasury balance is $571.71

Other business:

Scott says he is prepared to sell our stuff at the Abate Swap Meet.

Former Bultaco factory rider Gory Ochs made known.

Scott's Whidbey Island run on 7-13 will leave DownTown at 9:00am.

Tom Mehren from Sound Rider promotes the "3 PASS BLA$T". The opportunity for this run extends from June through September 2002. Group participation is not required. The object is to meet the average time established, traveling from Monroe to Issaquah via Leavenworth and Peshastin. Time checks will be accomplished by buying gas with a credit card at 3 Texaco stations in Monroe, Peshastin, and Issaquah. The receipt prints the name, date, and time which is submitted as proof of making the time schedule. Top prize is $500 plus another $5 for each rider entered. Other winners will be: $100 / Best Vintage Time (bikes 20 years or older) $100 / Best Senior Time (55 years or older) $500 / Best Club Average $100 / Best Weekday Time $100 / Best Three Wheel Time $100 / Best Midnight Ride (Riders who start at midnight)

Dwight has a line on another neon sign maker who may be able to create the smaller pirate head logo previously failed.

Scott suggests getting the t-shirt provider use the same embossing to make a bunch of flags.

Sound Rider Tom Mehren offers to help sell our merchandise, wants 50%

Gordy Ochs buys a shirt for $15.

Next regular meeting will be 8-3-02. GW moves, Dieken 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:30m.


Meeting / Saturday, 6/1/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:45pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, Dwight Bramblett, Charles Dean, Timothy DeHan, John Dieken, Perry Giovino, George Irwin, Ed Marshall, Robert Seymour, Ray "GTW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, and visitor: Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and corrected.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

5-11: Received $127 for shirts, and decals.

6-1: Paid $7 for cookies.

Present treasury balance is $563.71

Other business:

Carmen reports on future runs, including the HOG rally in Canada on 6-21 / 6-22. Seymour reports on the run to Snohomish.

Becky got Dwight's shirt. She says it's great and will treasure it always.

Seymour distributes copies of the By-Laws.

The jacket guy was supposed to arrive to measure for fit and take deposits, but he forgot. Laced with guilt, he pledges to contact those interested for individual service.

Seymour talked to Russ Tom about Carmen's increasing failure to arrive to provide access to DownTown's conference room. Russ offered to do that himself. Seymour suggested, in that case, Russ join the club. He sounded agreeable.

Next regular meeting will be 6-29-02 (to avoid interference with the July 4th weekend). Slimbo moves, George 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:38m.


Meeting / Saturday, 5/11/02

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare at 6:34pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, Dwight Bramblett, Charles Dean, Timothy DeHan, Perry Giovino, R J McIntosh, Robert Seymour, Ray "GTW" Spicer, and visitors: Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

4-6: Received $200 for Dwight Bramblett & R J McIntosh membership & $12 for shirt.
Paid $7 for cookies on 4-6, & $3.99 on 5-10.
Present treasury balance is $443.71

Other business:

Benny again presents jacket material samples. We have commitments beyond the 10 minimum required for the order. Charlie deposits $100 and Tim $70 toward that event. The dealer will arrive next meeting to measure the fit and get the money.

Dwight voluntarily pays $25 for Becky's shirt and its shipping to England.

Seymour distributes copies of the Constitution. By-Laws will arrive next meeting.

We will ride to the Snohomish Antique and Classic Motorcycle Show again this year. As usual, we meet at DownTown Harley and 8:30am and leave at 9:00am, May 19.

Tim reports increased visits to our web site.

Next regular meeting will be 6-1-02. Tim moves, Leroy 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:38m.


Meeting / Saturday, 4/6/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:33pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, Perry Giovino, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Jim Jensen, Robert Seymour, Ray "GGTW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, and visitors: Seymour's wife CJ, Leroy's friend Debra Seleski, Dwight Bramblett, Chuck (Pirate) Ising, R J McIntosh, & Jef Fetheroif.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $100 for Perry Giovino membership & $96 for shirts and decals. Present treasury balance is $242.70

Other business:

Scott describes neon sign makers failed efforts to manufacture a small pirate head logo.

Benny presents jacket material samples. We decide to keep the same colors as before (red and gray). They will cost about $140 each. Individual orders and their sizes will be taken at the next meeting.

We received an order for a T-shirt from Becky in England.

Slimbo describes his ease of riding with the addition of a sidecar.

Some pledge to attend the BoneHead Enduro in Snoqualamie on April 14.

Road Captain Scott reaffirms our planned attendance to the Snohomish Antique and Classic Motorcycle Show again this year. As usual, we meet at DownTown Harley and 8:30am and leave at 9:00am, May 19.

We set the date for Scott's ride to Whidby Island this year, on July 13.

Dwight Bramblett and R J McIntosh join, each paying $100 to do it.

Next regular meeting will be 5-11-02. Jim moves, Slimbo 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:34m.


Meeting / Saturday, 3/2/02

Called to order by Secretary Seymour at 6:32pm.

Present: Ron "Benny the Bug" Bennett, Charles Dean, Scott Dustin, Jim Jensen, Robert Seymour, Ray "GGTW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, and

visitors: Seymour's wife CJ, Ray's friend Dwight Bramblett, Scott's friend Theresa Judd, Perry and Debbie Giovino, and jacket seller Jeff Baker.

Minutes: Read and corrected.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Paid out $7.98 for cookies, $469.50 for shirts. Received $51 for shirts and decals. Present treasury balance is $46.70.

Other business:

GW says the cast "JRMC" pins will be available at the next meeting along with missing member Leroy.

Scott says the neon sign guy will be at the next meeting.

Jacket seller Jeff Baker presents sample jackets and their accompanying decoration options. A minimum order of 10 plain jackets costs about $140 each. Benny will get additional samples. We expect to settle on an initial order net meeting.

Scott moves, Jim 2nd to accept Fred's 3rd version of the Constitution and By-Laws, modified to make AMA membership optional, passed. They are adopted since this is the 3rd acceptance.

Charlie moves, Slimbo 2nd to accept Perry Giovino for membership, passed. He pays $100 for it. Since Carmen is absent, he will get his membership papers signed next meeting.

Road Captain Scott proposes we attend the Snohomish Antique and Classic Motorcycle Show again this year. We will meet at DownTown Harley at 8:30am and leave at 9:00am, May 19. He insists we should all wear the club's logo where it can be seen. SOME unnamed legendary members wear it out of sight.

Seymour promotes the BoneHead Enduro on April 14.

Scott strongly encourages his ride to Whidbey Island this year, asking us to agree on a date.

CJ sold 2 decals and 6 shirts for $81.

Next regular meeting will be 4-6-02. Ray moves, Scott 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:48m.


Meeting / Saturday, 2/2/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom 6:32pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Ron (Benny the Bug) Bennett, Charles Dean, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, George Irwin, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Robert Seymour, Ray "GGTW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, and
visitors: Perry Giovino, and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Paid out $7.98 x 2 for cookies for January and February meetings. Received $12 from shirt sales. Present treasury balance is $473.18

Other business:

Fuzzy shows a sample jacket. Their cost will be $135-$140 each. Benny reports embroidery costs $180 for the setup, and $43 each. Fuzzy will pursue embroidery cost from the jacket seller. Benny will order more white T-shirts in larger sizes, the same as just sold out.

Scott says the neon sign guy apologies for not having his display as promised, but he is almost done and will be at the next meeting with 3 different layouts.

Seymour is directed to revise the membership application form.

We discuss Fred's 3rd version of the Constitution and By-Laws and modify it to make AMA membership optional. Seymour moves, George 2nd to accept and passed. This is the 2nd acceptance. One more remains before it is adopted.

Fuzzy describes Brock Wheaton's failing fight with cancer. The Cossacks will put on a show for his benefit at DownTown Harley on March 30.

Perry Giovino applies for membership.

CJ sold 5 decals and 3 shirts for $51.

Next regular meeting will be 3-2-02. Ray moves, Slimbo 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:42m.


Meeting / Saturday, 1/5/02

Called to order by President Carmen Tom 6:42pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Ron Bennett, Charles Dean, John Dieken, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Jim Jensen, Robert Seymour, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, and visitors: Steve "Breakdown" Miller and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and corrected.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Paid out $200 for decals. Received $72 from shirt sales. Present treasury balance is $477.14

Other business:

Visitor, Steve "Breakdown" Miller, promotes his clubs charity run for our member, Don Valhalteren, who died last week following his stroke. He shows a deluxe poster with Don's picture on the front, and asks to include our club logo on the back. Fuzzy moves we agree and join this run, 2nd by Jim, and passed. The run goes to the Firwood Tavern, 8014 Valley, in Fife on February 10. Arrive anytime after 2:00pm. Better details should be available at the next meeting.

Seymour reports on the HOG Run to Tacoma. Motorcycle escorts allowed the ride to take the scenic route without incident.

Ray Leffard reports he can get varsity style club jackets for $135-140. Bennett says this beats the price he found, but will find the price for embroidery.

Seymour's wife will call all to remind them of future meetings.

We discuss Fred's 3rd version of the Constitution and By-Laws, and handed out additional copies for consideration. A notable item requires AMA membership. Since some had not read it, we shelved voting until next month

Next regular meeting will be 2-2-02. Seymour moves, Jim 2nd, to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7:55pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 12/1/01

      Called to order by President Carmen Tom 6:40pm.

      Present: Fred Bare, Ron Bennett, Scott Dustin, William "Fuzzy"
      Jamison, Jim Jensen, Andrew Nicholson, Robert Seymour, Carmen Tom,
      and visitors: Seymour's wife CJ and Russ Tom.

      Minutes: Read and corrected.

      Communications: Distributed.

      Treasurers report:

           Paid out $130 shirts. Received $48 from shirt sales. Present
      treasury balance is $605.14

      Other business:

           Scott will bring the club's Pirate Head Logo neon sign maker to
      the next meeting. Its rough cost estimate is $200.

           Sold 6 of the new shirts for $72. We owe Carmen $200 for 100
      small decals. Will sell these for $3.

           Fuzzy reports on the Toy Run to Olympia. There were a lot of
      people there despite the rain, wind, and cold.

           Carmen and Bennett will check out getting jackets from Burien
      Trophy Supply.

           Fred presents his version of the Constitution and By-Laws, and
      handed out 6 copies for consideration. Seymour will make additional
      copies for others. Some of the differences are added items to the
      Order of Business, and added classes of membership: Active,
      Prospective, Life, Honorary, and Inactive. Since 3 votes are required
      before adopting, Scott moves, Jim 2nd to accept. Passed.

           Long time member and biker enthusiast, Don Vanhalteren, suffered
      a stroke watching television, which shows the danger in that
      inactivity. Find him at:
                Life Care Center
                1031 S.W. 130th
                Room #45,  Bed #2

           We suggest our next ride will join the HOG club on 1-1-02,
      traveling from the Alki Tavern at 10:30 AM to the General Queen
      Casino in Tacoma. Past years are reported entertaining. Road Captain
      Scott, hurling a veiled barb towards Carmen, insists we each wear a
      patch.

           Scott describes the regular activity of beer at the Riverside
      following the meeting.

           Next regular meeting will be 1-5-02. Scott moves, Andy 2nd, to
      adjourn. Meeting ended at 7.45pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 11/3/01

Called to order by President Carmen Tom 6:41pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Ron Bennett, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, William
"Fuzzy" Jamison, Jim Jensen, Robert Seymour, Ray "GW" Spicer, Carmen Tom,
Don Vanhalteren, and visitor: Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $100 for George Irwin membership. Paid out $7.98 for cookies
and $10 for AMA Historic Club Charter. Present treasury balance is
$687.14

Other business:

Carmen will look into getting club jackets. He was unable to find the
new T-shirts.

Debated acceptance of the revised Constitution and By-Laws. Seymour
argues future changes can be easily accomplished. GW moves, Scott 2nd to
adopt. Passed.

Fuzzy moves, Bennett 2nd to accept Scott Dustin as Road Captain. Passed.

Carmen offers to sell his trucks for $40 instead of $50. He has T-shirts
for $15 (somewhere). Scott will coordinate with Tim to get these on the
Web Site. He offers to handle the shipping.

Newly adopted Constitution calls for Nomination of Officers. Since so
few are eligible, Don moves we retain the present officers for another
year, 2nd by Fuzzy. Passed.

We suggest our next ride be the Abate Toy Run to Olympia on 12-1. He
will call all to remind them we should meet at DownTown Harley at 7:30pm.

Carmen will have 100+ small decals made at our expense. He sells a $5
decal to Fuzzy and gives the money to the club.

Scott says he knows a guy that can make a neon sign with the club's
Pirate Head Logo. He will pursue it. Seymour already wants one.

Next regular meeting will be 12-1-01. GW moves, Don 2nd, to adjourn.
Meeting ended at 8.00pm.
 


Meeting / Saturday, 10/6/01

Called to order by President Carmen Tom 6:35pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Ron Bennett, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, William
"Fuzzy" Jamison, Ed Marshall, Robert Seymour, Ray "GGTW" Spicer,
Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, and visitors:
Seymour's wife CJ, George Irwin, and Dwight Bramblett.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Paid out $6.99 for cookies. Present treasury balance is
$605.14

Other business:

Following his ride with us to the Oyster Run, George Irwin
joins the club and pays $100 to do it.

Carmen says he can get 24 more Jolly Rogers T-shirts in sizes
fatter than before for $10 each. Slimbo moves we buy them, 2nd by
Seymour, and passed. We will sell them for $12 to club members and
$15 to non-members. This means we will reduce the price of our
existing shirts to agree.

Don again presses President Carmen Tom to wear his patch when
he goes on his many rides.

Next month is nominations for officers.

Next regular meeting will be 11-3-01. Slimbo moves, Ray 2nd,
to adjourn. Meeting ended at 7.40pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 9/8/01

Called to order by President Carmen Tom 6:44pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Ron Bennett, Scott Dustin, Ed Marshall, Chris
McCormick, Robert Seymour, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, and visitors:
Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Paid out $3.99 and $5.98 for cookies. CJ brought in $100 for
shirts. Present treasury balance is $612.13

Other business:

Seymour is reprinting the Constitution and By-laws in
accordance with past meeting's recommendations. These should be completed
and available next month.

Seymour reports the death of member Doug Shrewsbury.

Carmen promotes the VME gathering on Vashon. Those wishing to
accompany us should meet at the Fauntleroy ferry dock in time for the
9:00am ferry tomorrow morning (9-9).

We will ride to the Oyster Run on 9-30. We should meet at
Down Town Harley at 8:30am, and leave at 9:00am.

As a body building exercise, Bennett and Carmen leave Down Town
Harley daily for a bicycle ride at 12:00pm. Those wishing to attend may
join them at that time.

Scott reports on his efforts to encourage John Curley, the
host of Evening Magazine, to do a spot on his show about our club. He
says John has a great affection for motorcycles.

Ed reports on his ride to Tenino. They stopped at Roy to visit
the car museum.

Carmen plans to ride to Alaska next June or July. He will take
some other as are inclined to accompany him on Hwy 97 through Wenatchee
and proceed from there.

Bennett and Carmen will develop move T-shirts in sizes fatter
than before.

Next regular meeting will be 10-6-01. Don moves, Chris 2nd, to
adjourn. Meeting ended at 7.45pm.


Meeting / Saturday, 8/18/01

Called to order by President Carmen Tom 6:45pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, Charles Dean, John Dieken,
Ed Marshall, Chris McCormick, Robert Seymour, Ray "GW" Spicer, Marion
Thomas, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, and visitor: Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

No action. Present treasury balance is $522.10

Other business:

Seymour reports on Scott's Whidbey Island run.

CJ sold 3 shirts for $60.

Seymour moves to abandon the "kitty", passed.

Further review of the updated Constitution and By-Laws from the Review
Committee. Carmen recommends continuing with NO dues. We should vote on
the final draft next meeting.

Next regular meeting will be 9-8-01. Leroy moves, GW 2nd, to adjourn.
Meeting ended at 8:05pm.
 


Meeting / Saturday, 7/7/01

Called to order by Vice President Fred Bare 7:06pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Ron Bennett, John Dieken, Jim Jensen, Robert Seymour,
Doug Shrewsbury, Ray "GW" Spicer, Don Vanhalteren, and visitor: Seymour's
wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $5 for Cuss money and $200 for memberships from Jim Jensen and
Charles Dean. Paid $5 for cookies. Present treasury balance is $522.10

Other business:

Because President Carmen Tom did not attend, we were barred admittance
to DownTown Harley's Conference Room. Meeting was held at Seymour's
house.

Reviewed and discussed the 1st draft of the updated Constitution and
By-Laws from the Review Committee. Because attendance was down, we will
roll our recommendations past those missing at next meeting.

GW moves, Bennet 2nd, to broach the continuation of the kitty at next
meeting. GW recommends proposing the sale of the JRMC pins to the public.

Don will look into making new flags, bandanas, and T-shirts.

We will meet at DownTown Harley for Scott's Whidby Island ride at 9:00am
7-15.

Dieken recommends the NMA field meet at the ORV park on the 22nd.

Next regular meeting will be 8-18-01. GW moves, Don 2nd, to adjourn.
Meeting ended at 9:02pm.
 


Meeting / Saturday, 6/2/01

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:40pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Ron Bennett, John Dieken, Scott
Duston, Chris McCormick, Robert Seymour, Doug Shrewsbury, Ray "GW"
Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, and
visitors: Richard Earle, Jim Jensen, Charles Dean, and Seymour's wife
CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $7 for Cuss Money. Paid $2.50 for cookies. Present treasury
balance is $322.10

Other business:

GW briefly discussed and distributed the 1st draft of the updated
Constitution and By-Laws from the Review Committee. All to read and
provide feedback next meeting. The question of AMA
membership should be resolved then.

Seymour distributed Finger's promotional posters. Leroy finds the
words "Seattle Washington" located below the pirate logo on Finger's
posters, denotes territory, similar to the colors of the Hells Angles
or the Bandidos. He suggests we avoid any territory controversy. Doug
suggests these words be moved to above or along side the pirate logo,
the same as our patch. Seymour will advise Fingers.

Scott says he accepts the position of PR man to promote the club.
Finger's brochure are still forthcoming.

Scott details the development of his Whidbey Island ride. We set its
date for 7-15.

Don reports on his conversation with Lila about recovering our flags
and any other remaining artifacts. She claims ignorance of their
location. Don and Leroy will each look into making new club flags.

Leroy has badges and patches available. The JRMC pin is in rework.

Jim Jensen and Charles Dean joined, each paying $100 to do it.

Next regular meeting will be 7-7-01. Ray moves, Doug 2nd to adjourn.
Meeting ended at 8:00pm.
 


Meeting / Saturday, 5/5/01

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:45pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Ron Bennett, Timothy DeHan, John Dieken, William
"Fuzzy" Jamison, Ed Marshall, Chris McCormick, Robert Seymour, Doug
Shrewsbury, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, and
visitors: Clarence Nelson, Ananta Sivam, Tom Mehren, and Seymour's wife
CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $.50 for Cuss Money. Paid $3.99 for cookies. Present treasury
balance is $317.60

Other business:

No report from the Constitution Review Committee.

Seymour details Carmen's victory at the Bone Head Enduro.

District 27 cashed our check for membership, but provided no other
acknowledgment.

Fingers reports his posters are still forthcoming.

Fingers asks if we accept women. Carmen says "no", but Fred says the
constitution says "yes". Don asks if AMA membership is required. News
from the Constitution Committee should resolve these questions.

Carmen suggests we need a PR man to promote the club. While none
volunteered, we decided promotion could be done by arriving at meets with
insignia and promotional material. Fingers will print up a brochure.

Seymour will e-mail Scott with the news we are enthused about HIS
development of HIS impending Whidbey Island ride.

We agree to Carmen's suggestion to attend a run to Snohomish on 5-20. We
will leave from Down Town Harley at 8:00am.

Carmen wants $15 for his large decals. Fuzzy asks if we will sell these
to the public. Before we do that, we will have to get better legal
coverage.

Don will visit Lila to obtain our flags and any other remaining
artifacts.

Next regular meeting will be 6-2-01. Don moves, Tim 2nd to adjourn.
Meeting ended at 8:10pm.
 


Meeting / Saturday, 4/7/01

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:30pm.

Present: Fred Bare, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, William "Fuzzy" Jamison,
Ed Marshall, Chris McCormick, Robert Seymour, Doug Shrewsbury, Ray "GW"
Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, and
visitor:
Al Inglis and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

Received $9.25 for decals and Cuss Money. Paid $20 for District
27 membership. Present treasury balance is $321.09

Other business:

"GW" reports on the efforts of the Constitution Review
Committee. He expects some conclusion to be presented by Scott at the next meeting to
include these changes:
3 elected officers instead of 6 to be:
President and Road Captain, (with an appointed assistant).
Vice President and Sergeant of Arms (with appointed assistant).
Secretary - Treasurer.
Eliminate the Board of Trustees, the points system, and the
restriction against other club membership.
"GW" proposes 5 types of membership: Active, Associate, Life,
Honorary, and Inactive.

Seymour provided details of the Bone Head Enduro, gleaned from
the Sound Rider web site. Those attending to meet at Northwest Custom Cycle in
Snoqualmie on 4-22 at 9:00am.

"Slimbo" moves members should get mailed notice of club events.

Carmen and Ed suggest Seymour contact Al Sutherland and Don
Dorsey for membership.

Bennett sends word declining his post as Road Captain. "Fuzzy"
will assist the Carmen in this regard.

Seymour will press District 27 for their membership, and
"Fingers" for his forthcoming posters.

Next regular meeting will be 5-5-01. "GW" moves, Don 2nd to
adjourn.

Meeting ended at 7:45pm.
 


Meeting / Saturday 3/3/2001

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:44pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Timothy DeHan, John Dieken, Scott Dustin, Ed  Marshall, Chris McCormick, Robert Seymour, Doug Shrewsbury, Ray "GGTW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, and visitors: Don Branin and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read. "Slimbo" moves, "GGTW" 2nd to accept and passed.

Communications: Distributed. AMA District 27 says they want $20 and a  copy of our AMA charter to join.

Treasurers report:

Received $200 for memberships from Scott Dustin & Scott Young.
Paid $17.56 for coffee accessories and $2.39 for cookies. 
Present treasury balance is $331.84

Other business:

Timothy displays his posters promoting Jolly Rogers. They are approved and grabbed up for distribution. He will make move.
Fred report no action by the constitution review committee which has not found a meeting place. "GGTW" reports its head: Leroy, has been otherwise engaged, but will resume that effort soon.
Dieken reports no action working with Bennett for the development of trip around Mount Rainier.
"GGTW" distributes patches to some that paid.
Carmen displays new decals, sells 3 gaining $6 for the club.
The cuss money fund earned $3.25 from members for swearing. "Slimbo" and
Don move to buy cookies with that money, passed.
Seymour will apply for membership to AMA District 27.

Next regular meeting will be 4-7-01. "Slimbo" moves, "GGTW" 2nd to adjourn. 

Meeting ended at 7:41pm.


Meeting / Saturday 2/3/2001

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:30pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Leroy Barker, Timothy DeHan, John Dieken, William
"Fuzzy" Jamison, Ed Marshall, Chris McCormick, Andrew Nicholson, Robert
Seymour, Ray "GGTW" Spicer, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Carmen Tom, Don
Vanhalteren, and visitors: Bud Karjala, Scott Dustin, Ralph Scism, H D
McCormick, and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.
Communications: Distributed.
Treasurers report:

Received $411 from memberships, decals, and a belt buckle.
Present treasury balance is $151.79

Other business:

Received $100 each for membership from Scott Dustin and Scott Young
(unknown friend of Leroy).

Leroy exhibits his new helmet badges, reports the shoulder patches are
available, and the "JRMC" pins are in work.

Seymour will bring cookies and cups at the clubs expense to future
meetings.

Fred provides additional papers and details about the constitution.
Fred, Leroy, Ray "GGTW", "Fuzzy", and Scott Dustin will form a review
committee.

Carmen proposes a road run. Dieken suggests a trip around Mount Rainier.
He will work with Bennett for its development.

Don and Dieken propose we re-associate ourselves with AMA District 27.
Seymour will arrange it.

Carmen proposes we have a newsletter, and will provide for 50 printed
copies. Don tells how the Washington 99'ers had one which was sent to the
members who provided a postage donation.

Slimbo recommends individual association with the International Helping
Hands, a mutual assistance group which provides help to downed riders in
their area.

The memorial run in April for Charlie Minks is promoted.

Carmen reports finding 45 beautiful acres nearby, isolated enough for
motorcycle racing. It is available for $1.5 million, but we are a little
short right now.

Prompted by Carmen, Timothy will make posters promoting the Jolly
Rogers, to be displayed in local stores.

Don suggests Carmen's decals be clear, so they can be attached to the
inside of a window, as well as outside. Carmen will look into it.

Next regular meeting will be 3-3-01. Ray "GGTW" moves to adjourn, 2nd by
Don. Meeting ended at 7:46pm.


Meeting / Saturday 1/6/2001

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:33pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Robert Seymour, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, Chris McCormick, William "Fuzzy" Jamison, Marion "Slimbo" Thomas, Leroy Barker, Ray "GGTW" Spicer, and visitors: Tom Lea(sp), Scott Dustin, Dave Wood, Ralph Scism, John Dieken, "Who" Ray Leffard, Andrew Nicholson, Ron "Benny the Bug" Bennett, and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

12-2: Received $100 for membership from Marion "Slimbo" Thomas . 

Present balance has decreased the debt to <$259.21>.

Other business:

Carmen calls for further definition of the club's purpose, and the need for a Road Captain. Slimbo moves, Don 2nd, the election of Ron Bennett to that post (after he joins); past.

Slimbo moves, Fuzzy 2nd, the election of Andrew Nicholson as 2nd Road Captain (after he joins); passed. 

Ron Bennett, Andrew Nicholson, and John Dieken joined, each paying $100 forthcoming.

Elections:

Seymour moves, Slimbo 2nd, Carmen Tom as President; passed. 

Slimbo moves, Carmen 2nd, Seymour as Sec/Tres; passed.

Leroy moves, Don 2nd, Fred as Vice President; passed.

Big Ray Leffard nominated as Sergeant of Arms; passed.

Carmen recommends Bennett, our new Road Captain, develop a committee for a road run. He also suggests attending the Bone-Head enduro in April. Leroy recommends Norm Gerlick's museum of old bikes. Seymour suggests links between our respective web sites.

Next regular meeting will be 2-3-01. Leroy moves to adjourn, 2nd by Don.

Meeting ended at 7:40pm.


Meeting / Saturday 12/2/2000

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:47pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Robert Seymour, Carmen Tom, Timothy DeHan, Don Vanhalteren, Chris McCormick, William Jamison, and visitors: Marion Thomas, Andrew Nicholson, Ron Bennett, and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

11-4: Received $100 for membership from Chris McCormick.
Received $6 for constitution copies.
Received $100 from the auction of Arvid's jacket.

Present balance has decreased the debt to <$359.21>.

Other business:

Marion (Slimbo) Thomas joined, and paid $100 to do it.
Election of officers is postponed until next month.
Carmen will see if we can use Andy's diner for the next meeting. Seymour

To satisfy the appeal for new members, the purpose of the club is defined as nostalgia, posing, and togetherness.

Fred reviewed some items from the old constitution.

Carmen suggests contacting David Jet at Northwest Cycle News to get him to include a notice of the Jollies soliciting new members.

Next regular meeting will be 1-6-01. Don moves to adjourn, 2nd by Chris.

Meeting ended at 8:04pm.


Meeting / Saturday 11/4/2000

Jolly Rogers Motorcycle Club Meeting / Saturday, 11/4/00

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:41pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Robert Seymour, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, Leroy
Barker, Ray Spicer, and visitors: Chris McCormick, Pirate Chuck Ising,
Glen Woessner, and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: None.

Treasurers report:

10-7: Received $100 for membership from Bill Jamison III, and earned $15
for sale of Carmen's truck.

10-11: Paid AMA $10 to renew charter.

10-18: Received $20 for T-shirt from Carmen Tom.

Present balance has decreased the debt to <$565.21>.

Other business:

Chris McCormick joined, and paid $100 to do it.

Leroy brought samples of the newly manufactured club patch, available
with white or cream colored background. Don moves, Chris 2nd to use white
background, passed.

Leroy moves meetings should start with a commercial announcement for
visitors defining the purpose and costs of membership, 2nd by Seymour,
passed.

Visitor Chuck asks about our hillclimb. Seymour tells of distant
opportunities, but goes on to remind of the dangers of land ownership
from interlopers and liability claims. Carmen recommends leasing future
climb sites.

Seymour reports Kettle's back room is not available on meeting nights.
Leroy says we can get into the Eagles in Renton, Burien, or Georgetown.
Carmen suggests Tommie's restaurant in Renton. Since these sights are not
secured, Leroy moves, Fred 2nd, next meeting at Seymour's on 12-2,
passed.

Ray Spicer brought copies of Carmen's old constitution. Leroy donated
$20 to Ray to cover his expenses. Sold 3 copies for $2 each.

Carmen moves, Fred 2nd, hold elections next meeting.

Arvid's club jacket is auctioned off. Leroy wins with a high bid of
$100.

Next regular meeting will be 12-2-00. Ray moves to adjourn, 2nd by
Chris. Meeting ended at 8:44pm.


Club Meeting / Saturday 10/7/2000

Called to order by President Carmen Tom at 6:36pm.

Present: Fred Bare, Robert Seymour, Carmen Tom, Don Vanhalteren, Leroy Barker, Ray Spicer, and visitors: Ray Barker, Timothy DeHan, William Jamison, Shawn Mein, Marc Strickand, and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

9-9: Received $100 for membership from Ray Spicer. Received $3.33 for multicolored membership certificate from Don Vanhalteren. Present balance has decreased the debt to <$690.21>.

Other business:

Newfound web site editor Timothy DeHan is introduced and welcomed into the club.

Leroy will bring patches for those ordering them to the next meeting. Seymour will renew AMA charter for 2001, and make up a member phone list, and call Carmen prior to the next meeting to remind him to bring the club constitution and newspaper articles and decals.

Lots of discussion about building up the club. Leroy will contact Dave Demartini (sp). Don will look for a hillclimb location. The need for a bigger room is apparent as the attendance increases. Seymour will contact Robin at Kettel's restaurant to see if we can use their back room. Leroy will contact Eagles in Renton.

William Jamison joined the club and paid $100 to do it. He also bought one of Carmen's trucks, earning us $15.

Next regular meeting will be 11-4-00. Leroy moves to adjourn, 2nd by Ray. 

Meeting ended at 8:14pm.


Club Meeting / Saturday, 9/9/00

Called to order at 7:33pm.

Present: Fred, Seymour, Carmen, Ed, Don, Leroy, and visitors: GGTW Ray

Spicer, Chris McCormack, and Seymour's wife CJ.

Minutes: Read and approved.

Communications: Distributed.

Treasurers report:

On 8-12 received $100 for membership from Leroy Barker.

Present balance has increased the debt to <$793.54>.

Other business:

Seymour tells of his efforts to enlist a web site editor. Leroy will try
to bring someone on line.

Carmen wants meetings to be earlier. 6:30pm is generally accepted for the future.

Carmen proposes we attend the Oyster Run on Sunday, 10-24. Those of us  
who participate will gather at Denny's restaurant across from Downtown Harley at 9:00am.

Leroy will bring news of his efforts to provide a source for patches.

Ed asks when we will obtain gold cards. Carmen will handle.

Don forwards $90 towards his future patch purchase.

Ray Spicer (GGTW) joined the club and paid $100 to do it.

Don buys a multicolored membership certificate for $3.33.

Next regular meeting will be 10-7-00. Don moves to adjourn, 2nd by

Leroy. Meeting ended at 9:19pm.

 

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