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January Rambler Announcements
The preliminary slate of candidates and the nominations committee contact information is published in the January Rambler. Nominations for the 2015-16 board are officially closed with the submittal of the final slate on the February Rambler deadline of January 10. The election meeting will be Wednesday February 11 at the Millcreek branch library.
BOATING SEASON KICKOFF
New Boaters Wanted. Experienced Boaters Needed
If you’ve thought you’d like to try boating, now’s the time to start. The WMC has boats and boaters who can help you learn the skill needed. Together we can get the permits for our favorite trips.
Permit Application Party at REI Wasatch Room 3285 East 3300 South Wednesday, January 14, 2015 6:30 p.m. Winter’s white snow is summer’s white water
UTAH AVALANCHE CENTER DONATION MATCHING
Again this winter, the Wasatch Mountain Club Board has agreed to match, from Club funds, donations by Club members to the Friends of the UAC, to a maximum of $3,000. Last winter, we raised more than $6,000 as a matching fund to help keep the UAC going and providing all of us with the snow safety information we need!
To make your donation eligible for this matching, please write your check payable to: Friends of the UAC , and mail it to: WMC Treasurer, 1390 South 1100 East, #103, Salt Lake City UT 84105
The Club Treasurer will total up the donations received this way and write a Club check to match the funds collected.
The Friends of the UAC is a 501(c)3 under IRS rules, so your donation might be eligible for a tax deduction. Thanks for your support! Walt Haas, Winter Sports Director.
The Mountain Accord Process is of vital concern to the WMC and its members. For more information go to http://www.mountainaccord.com to keep up with progress on the Environmental, Recreation, Economic and Transportation systems.
E-Waste Recycling Events and Locations
Electronic waste (e-waste) is composed of the electronics individuals throw out each year when they become broken or obsolete. Electronic wastes include: Televisions, Computer, Printers, Fax Machines, Scanners, Computer Parts, Keyboards, and Cell Phones.
Streamlined version of the Activity Calendar
Use your smartphone to access a streamlined version of the WMC Activity Calendar.
Email Lists For Activities
Do you want to join one of the activity email lists (biking, boating, climbing, conservation, hiking, skiing, and/or social) but don''t know how? It''s actually pretty easy:
It really is that easy!
The Wasatch Mountain Club Foundation and Lodge
Learn more about the WMCF and its Lodge by visiting their website.