Thursday, November 17, 2016

MINUTES FROM 11-12-2016

HARRIS POND LAKE ASSOCIATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
NOVEMBER 12, 2016
DRAFT
President, Kent Pfeifer, called the Board of Directors meeting to order at 1:30 pm in the Firehouse Community Room.  He welcomed all those present.
Board of Directors present:
President – Kent Pfeifer
Vice-President – Joe Helmin
Treasurer – Randy Tutaj
Secretary – Sue Tutaj
At-Large Board Member – Bill Jansen
Town of Harris Representative – Phyllis Ingram
Sportsmen’s Club Representative – Mike Mittelstedt (Absent)
Quorum Set.
REVIEW AND APPROVE PRINTED AND POSTED MINUTES FROM THE OCTOBER 8, 2016, BOARD MEETING
It was motioned by Phyllis Ingram and seconded by Joe Helmin, “to approve the printed and posted minutes from the October 8, 2016, Board of Directors meeting.”  Motion carried.
TREASURER’S REPORT:  REPORT ON LATEST FINANCIAL AND MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL ACTIVITY THROUGH NOVEMBER 2016.
Randy Tutaj, Treasurer, stated we are 28 members strong and ten (10) members thus far have renewed for 2017.
It was motioned by Joe Helmin and seconded by Sue Tutaj, “to approve the Treasurer’s Report as follows:
Starting Balance as of October 1, 2016, of $8,615.26; Income of $175.00; Expenses of $58.00; with an ending balance as of October 31, 2016, of $8,732.26.”  Motion carried.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
Kent stated Jermitt Krage, a member, has been very interested in forming a committee compromised of the Harris Pond Lake Association; Sportsmen’s Club; the Town Board; area business’s and concerned citizens to address the future of Harris Pond.  Jermitt explained if nothing is done in the near future, the lake/pond will eventually dry up.  There are challenging problems, which include the wild rice that seems to be over-taking the lake; invasive plants and the sediment.  It was the general consensus to invite the public to our next board meeting, in February, to brain-storm ideas.  Jermitt stated he will put together a list of questions and ideas for this meeting.
VICE-PRESIDENT’S REPORT
Joe Helmin, Vice-President, stated the 10th Anniversary logo merchandise, is ready for sale.  Joe brought the items to the meeting and included can koozies in two (2) colors – yellow or green; key chains; and fishing lures which come in five (5) different color patterns.
Joe stated our raffle tickets have just been printed and should be ready for us by the Christmas party in December. 
NEW BUSINESS
REPORT ON FACE-BOOK ACTIVITY
It was stated that there are 352 face-book followers of the Harris Pond Lake Association.   It was the general consensus to also post on Facebook about our annual Christmas dinner at Timber’s Supper Club; and there will be no open meetings held in the months of December 2016 and January 2017; and about our next scheduled open meeting to be held on February 11, 2017.
FINALIZE CHRISTMAS DINNER PARTY ATTENDANCE
The Christmas dinner party will be held on Monday, December 19, 2016, at Timber’s Supper Club.  It will be “Dutch treat” with cocktails at 6 pm and dinner at 6:30 p.m.  Please notify Phyllis Ingram before December 1, 2016, if you plan to attend.
ANY ITEMS NOT PREVIOUSLY ADDRESSED
Kent stated we will not be holding any Board of Directors meetings during the months of December, 2016, and January, 2017.
It was suggested because we are celebrating ten (10) years as a Lake Association, we should consider having a VIP person attend our Annual Meeting.  It was the general consensus to put on the agenda for our February 11, 2017, meeting, to discuss who our important guest should be.
DATE OF NEXT BOARD MEETING
Our next Board of Directors meeting, which will also be a public meeting, will be held on Saturday, February 11, 2017, at the Firehouse Community Room at 1:30 pm
ADJOURN
It was motioned by Randy Tutaj and seconded by Joe Helmin, “to adjourn.”  Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 2:05 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Sue Tutaj, Secretary









Monday, November 7, 2016

NOVEMBER 12, 2016, BOARD OF DIRECTORS AGENDA

    HARRIS POND LAKE ASSOCIATION
     BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 
     AGENDA
      November 12, 2016
     1:30 PM, In the Firehouse Community Room     
     (All members and interested persons invited.)

Call to order
Welcome all members and guests. 
Review and approve printed and posted minutes from the October 8, 2016 Board meeting.    
Treasurers Report: Report on latest financial and membership renewal activity through November 2016.   
Presidents Report: Nothing at this time    
Vice President Report: Nothing at this time   

NEW BUSINESS
Report on latest Face Book activity:  
Finalize Christmas Dinner Party attendance
Fund Raising Committee:   
Lake Planning Steering Committee:
Plan further activity on handling of Purple Loosestrife and Curly Leaf.  
Looking for people from (Harris Town Board, Sportsman’s Club, Local Business’s, Lake Association ) who are interested in the future of Harris Pond. This group with the help of Jermitt Krage, can come up with a vision and or proposal on how Harris Pond can be improved. We currently have one person from Harris Pond who is interested in being part of this group. 
Any other items not previously addressed
Plan date for next Board Meeting
Motion To Adjourn

Monday, October 17, 2016

Board of Directors Meeting of 10-8-2016

HARRIS POND LAKE ASSOCIATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
OCTOBER 8, 2016
DRAFT

President, Kent Pfeifer, called the Board of Directors meeting to order at 1:30 pm in the Firehouse Community Room.  He welcomed those present and commented on the great turn-out.
Board of Directors present:
President – Kent Pfeifer
Vice-President – Joe Helmin
Treasurer – Randy Tutaj
Secretary – Sue Tutaj
At-Large Board Member – Bill Jansen
Town of Harris Representative – Phyllis Ingram
Sportsmen’s Club Representative – Mike Mittelstedt (Absent)
Quorum Set.

REVIEW AND APPROVE PRINTED AND POSTED MINUTES FROM THE SEPTEMBER 10, 2016, BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING.
It was motioned by Phyllis Ingram and seconded by Randy Tutaj, “to approve the printed and posted minutes from the September 10, 2016, Board of Directors meeting.”  Motion carried.
TREASURER’S REPORT:  REPORT ON LATEST FINANCIAL AND MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL ACTIVITY THROUGH OCTOBER 2016.
Treasurer, Randy Tutaj, stated we have 28 members as of today, October 8, 2016. 
It was motioned by Joe Helmin and seconded by Sue Tutaj, “to approve the Treasurer’s Report as follows:
Starting Balance as of September 1, 2016, of $8,615.26; No Income; No Expenses; leaving an ending balance as of September 30, 2016, of $8,615.26.”  Motion carried.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT:  DISCUSS THE THREE (3) INFORMATIONAL ITEMS SENT OUT BY JERMITT KRAGE, DISCUSSING FACTS AND INFORMATION ABOUT HARRIS POND.  SEE HOW THEY CAN BE USED OR PUT INTO OUR LAKE ASSOCIATION ARCHIVES.
Kent stated a member, Jermitt Krage, would like to bring together a group of people that have a stake in the future of Harris Pond such as  people from the Town Board; Sportsmen’s Club; Lake Association; homeowners; and business’.   Some points of interest are: in 2011 had some invasive weeds – now we are aggressively taking care of the purple loosestrife; and wild rice is taking over most of the lake as 60% is non-navigable.  Harris Pond is the fourth (4th) largest lake in the Marquette County area.   It was suggested to put these items on our agenda for next month’s board meeting.
VICE-PRESIDENT REPORT:  NOTHING AT THIS TIME.
NEW BUSINESS
REPORT ON FACE BOOK ACTIVITY
Joe Helmin, Vice-President, stated we have 349 followers on face-book.
DISCUSS AND VOTE ON ITEMS FOR OUR TENTH (10TH) YEAR AS A LAKE ASSOCIATION:  KEY CHAINS; BOTTLE OPENERS; FISHING LURES; BALLOONS; COZIES
Joe brought to this meeting a sample of how the key ring; bottle opener; fishing lure; and can cozies look.  All items had our logo (in color) on it and also the wording of 10th Anniversary.  It was the general consensus to order 25 dare-devil fishing lures; 50 key rings; and 100 can cozies with 50 - green and 50 -yellow.  It was then motioned by Joe Helmin and seconded by Sue Tutaj, “to include one of the 10th Anniversary items in our Annual Membership letter. “  Motion carried.
It was then motioned by Randy Tutaj and seconded by Joe Helmin, “to approve including the key ring (with the logo and 10th Anniversary written on it) in the mailing with our Annual Membership letter, as a token of our appreciation for our members.”  Motion carried.
DISCUSS AND VOTE ON OUR CHRISTMAS PARTY:  MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2016.
Kent stated this will be our third (3rd) Annual Christmas Party.  It is to be held on Monday, December 19, 2016, at Timber’s Supper Club in conjunction with the Harris Town Board.  It was the general consensus that we would attend this Christmas party.  Phyllis will need to know the count by December 1, 2016.
DISCUSS AND VOTE ON OUR 2017 ANNUAL RENEWAL MEMBERSHIP LETTER.
Joe had copies made of the Annual renewal membership letter and after reading through, there are some minor changes to the letter.  Also to be included with the letter will be a Membership form; a listing of our items for sale; and the key ring for members.  Phyllis and Joe will co-ordinate sending the letter and item.
FUND-RAISING
Joe brought along a sample of our raffle ticket for next year.  It was the general consensus to add on the ticket, 10th Anniversary by the logo and the date of July 15, 2017.  The ticket was silver in color and heavier stock, but unfortunately when we tried to write on the part with the winner’s name and address, it would not print with any pen we used.  We all agreed that the ticket should be printed in another color.
ANY OTHER ITEMS NOT PREVIOUSLY ADDRESSED
A question was asked about why rocks were put in by the race way instead of making it a sandy beach area.
Answer:  The area in question is a dam.
PLAN DATE FOR NEXT BOARD MEETING
The next Board of Directors meeting will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016, at the Firehouse Community Room at 1:30 p.m.
MOTION TO ADJOURN
It was motioned by Joe Helmin and seconded by Bill Jansen, “to adjourn.”  Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 2:25 p.m.

Respectfully submitted
Sue Tutaj, Secretary

























Saturday, October 1, 2016

AGENDA FOR OCTOBER 8, 2016

HARRIS POND LAKE ASSOCIATION
    BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING AGENDA
    October 8, 2016
    1:30 PM, In the Firehouse Community Room    
    (All members and interested persons invited.)
Call to order
 
Welcome all members and guests. 
 
Review and approve printed and posted minutes from the September 10, 2016, Board meeting.    
 
Treasurer's Report: Report on latest financial and membership renewal activity through October 2016.   
 
President's Report: Discuss the three (3) informational items sent out by Jermitt Krage, discussing facts and information about Harris Pond. See how they can be used or put into our Lake Association archives.   
 
Vice President Report: Nothing at this time   
 
New Business:
1) Report on latest Face Book activity:  
2) Discuss and vote on items for our tenth year as a lake association: Key Chains, Bottle Openers,
     Fishing Lures, Balloons, Cozies    
3) Discuss and vote on our Christmas Party: Monday, December 19,2016
4) Discuss and vote on our 2017 renewal letter. 
 
Fund Raising Committee:   
 
Lake Planning Steering Committee:
 
Plan further activity on handling of Purple Loosestrife and Curly Leaf.  
 
Looking for people from (Harris Town Board, Sportsman’s Club, Local Business’s, Lake Association ) who are interested in the future of Harris Pond. This group with the help of Jermitt Krage, can come up with a vision and or proposal on how Harris Pond can be improved. We currently have one person from Harris Pond who is interested in being part of this group. 
 
Any other items not previously addressed
 
Plan date for next Board Meeting
 
Motion To Adjourn

Thursday, September 22, 2016

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 9-10-2016

HARRIS POND LAKE ASSOCIATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
September 10, 2016
DRAFT
Vice-President, Joe Helmin, called the Board of Directors meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. in the Firehouse Community Room.  He welcomed those present and explained President, Kent Pfeifer, was unable to attend this meeting.
Board of Directors present:
President – Kent Pfeifer (Absent)
Vice-President – Joe Helmin
Treasurer – Randy Tutaj
Secretary – Sue Tutaj
At-Large Board Member – Bill Jansen
Sportsmen’s Club Representative – Mike Mittelstedt (Absent)
Town of Harris Representative – Phyllis Ingram
Quorum Set.
REVIEW AND APPROVE PRINTED AND POSTED MINUTES FROM THE JUNE 11, 2016, BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING.
It was motioned by Phyllis Ingram and seconded by Randy Tutaj, “to approve the printed and posted minutes from the June 11, 2016, Board of Directors meeting.”  Motion carried.
TREASURER’S REPORT:  REPORT ON LATEST FINANCIAL AND MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL ACTIVITY THROUGH SEPTEMBER, 2016.
Randy Tutaj, Treasurer, stated we are 27 members strong.
It was motioned by Bill Jansen and seconded by Phyllis Ingram, “to approve the Treasurer’s Report of July, 2016, and August, 2016, as follows:
Starting Balance as of July 1, 2016, --- $8,121.25; Income - $3,575.00; Expenses - $2,580.99; leaving an ending balance as of July 31, 2016, ---$9,115.26.
Starting Balance as of August 1, 2016, --- $9,115.26; No Income; Expenses - $500.00; leaving an ending balance as of August 31, 2016, --- $8,615.26.”  Motion carried.
VICE-PRESIDENT’S REPORT:  REPORT ON SEPTEMBER 8, 2016, MARQUETTE COUNTY LAKES ASSOCIATION MEETING.
Joe Helmin, Vice-President, stated he and Phyllis Ingram, Town of Harris Representative, attended the Marquette County Lakes Association meeting held on Thursday, September 8, 2016.  At this meeting Krista Kamke, stated she will be leaving as AIS Coordinator and the position will be monitored by Chris Hamerla in the interim.   Mike Jacobi a board member of the Marquette County Lakes Association is now also on the Land Conservation Board.  At this meeting there were concerns raised about establishing a water patrol in Marquette County, such as what the costs would be to lakes and needing a certified law enforcement officer.  Joe stated membership dues for Marquette County Lakes Association for 2017, is $30.00. 
It was motioned by Phyllis Ingram and seconded by Sue Tutaj, “to pay the Marquette County Lakes Association dues for 2017, of $30.00.”  Motion carried.

REPORT ON LATEST FACE-BOOK ACTIVITY
Joe stated we have 350 followers on face-book and there was a post concerning the lack of a port-a-potty by the pond.  It was the consensus of the board to have this item tabled and put on the agenda for our Annual Meeting in July 2017.
DISCUSS AND PLAN FOR OUR TENTH YEAR AS A LAKE ASSOCIATION
Since this will be our tenth (10th) year in existence, we would like to have some special items made to celebrate this fact.  Some suggestions were:  bottle-opener; dare-devil lure; balloons with logo; key chains; cozi’s.  These items will have our logo with 10th Anniversary printed on them.  These suggestions will be discussed at our next board meeting in October.
Joe stated our raffle ticket for next year would be printed in a silver color, which he showed at the meeting.  There would be a nominal extra cost for printing it in the silver color. 
DISCUSS AND PLAN FOR OUR CHRISTMAS PARTY
It was suggested to have our Christmas party at Timber’s Restaurant on Monday, December 19, 2016.  The dinner would start at 6:30 – (dutch- treat) - and be held in conjunction with the Town of Harris.    This item will be tabled until our next board meeting in October, 2016.
DISCUSS OUR 2017 RENEWAL LETTER
Joe stated he will bring a copy of the renewal letter for membership dues to our next board meeting in October 2016.
TELL INTERESTED MEMBERS ABOUT THE CENTRAL WISCONSIN WATER WALK TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2016.
Joe stated the Central Wisconsin Water Walk will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2016, in the Adams/Friendship area.
LOOKING FOR PEOPLE FROM (HARRIS TOWN BOARD, SPORTSMEN’S CLUB, LOCAL BUSINESS’S, LAKE ASSOCIATION) WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THE FUTURE OF HARRIS POND.  THIS GROUP WITH THE HELP OF JERMTIT KRAGE, CAN COME UP WITH A VISION AND/OR PROPOSAL ON HOW HARRIS POND CAN BE IMPROVED.  WE CURRENTLY HAVE ONE (1) PERSON FROM HARRIS POND WHO IS INTERESTED IN BEING PART OF THIS GROUP.
Joe stated Jermitt Krage is very interested in starting up this group and we do have one (1) volunteer from Harris Pond Lake Association that is also interested.  This item will also be tabled until our Board meeting in October 2016.
ANY OTHER ITEMS NOT PREVIOUSLY ADDRESSED
Randy Tutaj stated when he posts the agenda on our information board by the lake, it is very difficult to use push pins on the marine board that is there.  He suggested getting strips of corkboard that could be put up and would not disturb the board that is there.  It was the consensus to have Randy possibly purchase the corkboard strip.
DATE FOR NEXT BOARD MEETING
Our next Board of Directors meeting will be held on Saturday, October 8, 2016, at 1:30 pm in the Firehouse Community Room.
MOTION TO ADJOURN
It was motioned by Randy Tutaj and seconded by Sue Tutaj, “to adjourn.”  Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 2:15 pm
Respectfully submitted,
Sue Tutaj, Secretary








Monday, September 5, 2016

AGENDA FOR SEPTEMBER 10, 2016

HARRIS POND LAKE ASSOCIATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING AGENDA                                                                               SEPTEMBER 10, 2016
 1:30 PM, IN THE FIREHOUSE COMMUNITY ROOM                                             
  (All members and interested persons invited.)

Call to order
Welcome all members and guests. 
Review and approve printed and posted minutes from the June 11, 2016 Board meeting.   

Treasurer's Report: Report on latest financial and membership renewal activity through September 2016.   
President's Report:  I will be unable to attend this meeting  
Vice President's Report: Report on the September 8, 2016, Marquette County Lakes Association Meeting
New Business:
1) Report on latest Face Book activity
2) Talk about and plan for our tenth year as a lake association
3) Talk about and plan for our Christmas Party
4) Discuss our 2017 renewal letter. 
5) Tell interested members about the Central Wisconsin Water Walk to be held on Saturday,
     Sept 17, 2016. 
Fund Raising Committee:  
Lake Planning Steering Committee:
Plan further activity on handling of Purple Loosestrife and Curly Leaf. 
Looking for people from (Harris Town Board, Sportsman’s Club, Local Business’s, Lake Association ) who are interested in the future of Harris Pond. This group with the help of Jermitt Krage, can come up with a vision and or proposal on how Harris Pond can be improved. We currently have one person from Harris Pond who is interested in being part of this group.

Any other items not previously addressed

Plan date for next Board Meeting

Motion To Adjourn

Saturday, July 23, 2016

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING 2016

HARRIS POND LAKE ASSOCIATION
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
JULY 16, 2016
DRAFT
President, Kent Pfeifer, called the Annual Membership Meeting to order at 2:00 p.m. in the Firehouse Community Room.  Kent welcomed and commented on the great turnout. 
Krista Kamke, AIS coordinator, did a presentation on the purple loosestrife that is affecting our pond and the beetles that are helping to eradicate this problem.  She stated beetles were recently released to the Eastside of Harris Pond and thanked the help she received in doing this. The beetles that were released only eat purple loosestrife and have been known for over 30 years to only eat purple loosestrife.  Kent thanked her for her continued work in helping us with the purple loosestrife.
Following the presentation, we held our raffle drawing at 1:30 pm.  Joe Helmin turned the drum with the tickets and his helpers in choosing the winning tickets were Eve and Leo Frank.  The raffle ticket winners are listed following these minutes.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESENT:
President – Kent Pfeifer
Vice-President – Joe Helmin
Treasurer – Randy Tutaj
Secretary – Sue Tutaj
At-Large Board Member – Tim Frank
Town of Harris Representative – Phyllis Ingram
Sportsmen’s Club Representative – Mike Mittelstedt
Members present:  Karen Beck; William Jansen; Chris Pfeifer; Robert & Kathryn Steffel
Quorum Set.
OLD BUSINESS
REVIEW & APPROVE PPRINTED AND POSTED MINUTES FROM JULY 18, 2015, ANNUAL MEETING.
It was motioned by Joe Helmin and seconded by Randy Tutaj, “to approve the printed and posted minutes from the July 18, 2015, Annual Membership Meeting.”  Motion carried.
TREASURER’S REPORT:  REPORT ON LATEST FINANCIAL ACTIVITY FOR YTD 2016 AND FOR JUNE 2016.  REPORT 2016 MEMBERSHIP ACTIVITY.
Randy Tutaj, Treasurer, stated as of today, July 16, 2016, we are 27 members strong!
It was motioned by Sue Tutaj and seconded by Phyllis Ingram, “to approve the Treasurer’s report for June 2016 and the Year to Date 2016 reports as follows:
For the month of June, 2016, the Starting Balance as of June 1, 2016, of $7,709.87; Income of $560.00; Expenses of $148.62; leaving an ending balance as of June 30, 2016, of $8,121.25.
The Year to Date June 2015 to June 2016 is as follows:
Starting Balance as of June 30, 2015, of $17,848.14; Income totaling (2015-2016) $7,719.50; Expenses totaling (2015-2016) $17,446.39; leaving an ending balance as of June 30, 2016, of $8,121.25.
The major Expenses for the year were: 
$7,021.03 – Shoreline Marine (Pier) and $5,000.08 – Town of Harris (litigation fees)”.  Motion carried.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
REFLECT ON LAKE ASSOCIATION ACTIVITY FOR THE LAST YEAR:
FIRST ATTEMPT TO ADDRESS AND REMOVE PURPLE LOOSESTRIFE FROM HARRIS POND
$5,000.08 TO TOWN OF HARRIS BOARD TO HELP WITH LAWYER FEES IN SUIT AGAINST HARRIS HYDRO POWER AND THE MILLER FAMILY.
Kent thanked Krista Kamke, AIS Coordinator for attending the Annual Membership Meeting and giving the presentation on purple loosestrife and the beetles that help to eradicate them.  It was very informative and helpful to us.  Kent stated it was Krista’s idea to use the beetles to reach the Eastside of the pond.
Kent stated the Board of Directors decided to help the Town of Harris Board with the litigation fees brought on by Harris Hydro power and the Miller Family.  It was the position that Harris Pond Lake Association is committed to our Mission Statement and because of that, we gave a check to the Town of Harris in that regard.
VICE-PRESIDENT’S REPORT:
NEW PIER AT BOAT LANDING
Joe Helmin, Vice-President, stated a new pier by Shoreline Marine was installed in April of 2016.  This project was on-going for about a year to make it a reality.  The old pier was removed by Jeremy Albright and the Town of Harris Board gave us their approval to put in a new pier.  Joe thanked all those involved in this project.
Concerning Face-Book – we now have 347 followers.  Face-book account is being monitored and updated and our meetings are posted on it.
Joe stated the Flower/Brat sale has been successful and we have used our profits from that sale to support the 4th of July grand finale fireworks put on by the Sportsmen’s Club.
Concerning the 4th of July parade, we usually participate in it and have a pontoon or boat decorated.  This year Mike Hinze generously allowed us to decorate his boat for the parade.  Thank you, Mike.
Joe stated next year will be our tenth (10th) year Anniversary!  He asked for ideas to help celebrate this milestone.  You may post ideas on face-book or by contacting a Board Member.
Ideas that are being considered include:
Hosting an open bowling night at Thal Acres; a 2nd raffle in which we would give-away a 3 day/2 night stay at a fishing lodge; an Hawaiian Luau night during the Winter months; another BBQ picnic during the Winter month’s; a Pizza Night (Papa Murphy’s pizza); or chartered fishing trip on Lake Michigan.
It was also suggested we have specially printed tickets for our raffle next year to emphasize that it is our 10th year. 
NEW BUSINESS
BOARD MEMBER POSITIONS UP FOR ELECTION:  PRESIDENT; SECRETARY; AT-LARGE BOARD MEMBER.
It was motioned by Sue Tutaj and seconded by Tim Frank, “to nominate and approve Kent Pfeifer continue as President.”  Motion carried.
It was motioned by Phyllis Ingram and seconded by Joe Helmin, “to nominate and approve Sue Tutaj continue as Secretary.”  Motion carried.
It was motioned by Joe Helmin and seconded by Phyllis Ingram, “to nominate and approve Bill Jansen become our At-Large Board Member.” Motion carried.
Congratulations to those re-elected and to our newest Board member.
Thank you Tim Frank for being At-Large Board Member for the last two (2) years.
LAKE PLANNING STEERING COMMITTEE:
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO START ACTIVITY ON JERMITT KRAGE’S PROPOSAL TO HAVE A GROUP OF HARRIS POND STAKEHOLDERS SHARE THEIR VISION ON HOW THEY SEE THE FUTURE OF HARRIS POND (HARRIS TOWN BOARD; SPORTSMEN’S CLUB; LOCAL BUSINESS’S; LAKE ASSOCIATION).
Kent stated Jermitt Krage was unable to attend this meeting, but Jermitt is still in need of people interested in this committee.  A volunteer, Kathyrn Steffel stated she would be interested. 
DATE OF NEXT ANNUAL MEETING
Our next Annual Membership Meeting will be held on Saturday, July 15, 2017, at the Firehouse Community Room/parking lot.  There will be a picnic beginning at noon, raffle drawing at 1:30 p.m., followed by the Annual Membership Meeting.
DATE OF NEXT BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
It was the general consensus not to hold an August meeting.  Our next Board of Directors Meeting will be on Saturday, September 10, 2016, at 1:30 pm in the Firehouse Community Room.
ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR MEMBERSHIP CONCERNS
It was motioned by Joe Helmin and seconded by Tim Frank, “to approve a check in the amount of $25.00 to the Town of Harris for our use of the Firehouse Community Room.”  Motion carried.
MOTION TO ADJOURN
It was motioned by Randy Tutaj and seconded by Joe Helmin, “to adjourn.”  Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 2:20 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,
Sue Tutaj, Secretary












Tuesday, July 19, 2016

RAFFLE TICKET WINNERS 2016

2016 RAFFLE TICKET WINNERS – FOR HARRIS POND LAKE ASSOCIATION
PRIZE    AMOUNT            NAME                                               CITY                    TICKET #
1ST          $1,000.00           HUNTER & BRODY HOLLIDAY     OXFORD              140
2ND         $  500.00            DICK KARSCHNEY                           MONTELLO         086
FOUR (4) 3RD PRIZE WINNERS
3RD         $100.00              JERRY LIND                                        RIPON                  102     
3RD         $100.00              GORDON KRUEGER                          MONTELLO        165
3RD         $100.00              JOE LUGINBUHL                                NEKOOSA           108
3RD         $100.00              JULIE BYRNE                                      COLOMA              072
TWENTY-TWO (22) 4TH PRIZE WINNERS
4TH         $50.00                 BERNICE MITTELSTEDT                 WESTFIELD        242
4TH         $50.00                 MIKE & CHERYL MILBRANDT       NESHKORO        147
4TH         $50.00                 JANE FULLMER                                 OXFORD              058
4TH         $50.00                 BOB THAYS                                        WAUWATOSA       176
4TH         $50.00                 ED ZAIS                                               MONTELLO            096
4TH         $50.00                 JEFF KEMNITZ                                   WESTFIELD           216
4TH         $50.00                 MARISA MCBURNEY                       TEXAS                     224
4TH         $50.00                 JASON SENGBUSH                            OXFORD                  118
4TH         $50.00                 DAVID ROESKE                                 WESTFIELD            148
4TH         $50.00                 BRIAN THALACKER                         MONTELLO           266
4TH         $50.00                 DALE REMMEL                                  HARTLAND             024
4TH         $50.00                 JOE HELMIN                                       MONTELLO             013
4TH         $50.00                 NATE & DANNY KUBE                     MONTELLO             168
4TH         $50.00                 JEFF KEMNITZ                                   WESTFIELD              214
4TH         $50.00                 TROY GORDON                                 WESTFIELD              212
4TH         $50.00                 ROBERT ADAMS                               BROWN DEER         187
4TH         $50.00                 MIKEY’S SPORTSMANS BAR           MONTELLO               201
4TH         $50.00                 JOSH & LAURA INGRAM               FOND DU LAC          169
4TH         $50.00                 CAROL STREICH                              MONTELLO              155
4TH         $50.00                 MARK GUDERSKI                            MONTELLO              223
4TH         $50.00                 MIKE BOURDEAU                            OXFORD                   114
4TH         $50.00                 DALE REMMEL                                HARTLAND              028