Put together ACBS Officers and Directors, with Classic Boats in a beautiful setting, you’re bound to have serious business discussed, then FUN enjoying what brings them all together.
Dan Gyoerkoe, Executive Director of ACBS, says,
It was a very good meeting. Normal business was conducted in the morning. The afternoon session was spent “Looking Ahead” and the board members participated in a mission statement activity.
The mission statement activity included a couple of small group projects. I came back with a large number of notes which will be organized into a document which will be presented to the board during the September meeting.
Following the meeting, we were again reminded what the organization is all about, the people, the boats, and boating.
Sylvia Leutz, member from the Northern California/Lake Tahoe Chapter, sent these pictures from Smith Mountain Lake where the quarterly meeting was held June 8th. The serenity of the venue contributed to the clear thinking.
Sylvia says, “In addition to the Quarterly business meeting, ACBS Board members were treated to a Welcome Reception and Friday and Saturday cruises to lakefront dinners at member’s homes. This Lake has 500 miles of shoreline and is located near Roanoke, VA. The water is calm. The weather and the water both warm as was the warm Southern Hospitality shown by members of the Smith Mountain Lake Chapter. It was a wonderful weekend.”
The headline picture above shows Rob Lyons and Dan Gyoerkoe being chauffeured around the lake.
Boat rides were enjoyed by all as well as the discussions with the Smith Mountain Lake members who provided their boats for the weekend event.
Rich Lepping reminds all ACBS members that they are invited to a “Town Hall Meeting” on Tuesday, June 19th at 8:00 pm Eastern Time Zone. Phone call number is 712-770-5017, Access Code 878803
Rich Lepping also commented, “Great hospitality and an active chapter.”