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Friends of Red Rocks Election News - Two Vacancies on the Board of Directors
February 6th, 2016 - 10 AM - Election and Annual Membership Meeting.
We have set a date for our annual general membership meeting and board of directors' election at the Morrison Town Hall. This year we have two vacancies up for election.
Current board members are: Jeff Brown, Michael Anslinger, Rachelle Stubby, Rusty Lea and Tricia Kalish. Michael and Tricia will be finishing their two-year term at the end of the year.
Please see the candidate statements for those who will be running for this years open board positions: Candidate Statements
Please remember you must be registered as a member in Volgistics to vote. Also, there is an annual membership donation required for voting which is $10 for the year.
In addition to the board election and season recap we have an additional vote to approve amended bylaws for our organization. The intention of the changes in our bylaws are to improve our accountability, efficiency, and protect us from indemnification. Here are the new proposed bylaws: Bylaws 2016
Board of Directors, Friends of Red Rocks
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1. Announcement & Effects of Designation
City and County of Denver Issue Proclamation of Support
The Denver City Council in cooperation with the National Park Service, Friends of Red Rocks, and the CIty departments of Arts & Venues and Parks & Recreation have issued this proclamation in support of the nomination.
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Photo by Phil Blanton
T-Shirts will be available for $15 each at the next end of month clean up!
We accept tax-deductible charitable donations for the purposes of:
- tools and equipment
- safety equipment
- storage and maintenance
Past and current projects in support of our mission have included:
- Monthly trail clean-ups
- Trail construction and repair
- Native Garden at the Trading Post
- Renovation of the amphitheater
- Open space concerns in the Morrison Valley
- Concert booking contracts
- Television and radio transmission towers on Mt. Morrison
- CCC Memorial Statue (now located at the upper amphitheatre entrance)
- National Historic Landmark status
The Friends of Red Rocks educational gardens featuring native Colorado plants between the trading post and the amphitheatre. Check out our garden blog to learn more: http://redrocksgarden.wordpress.com/2014/05/11/a-new-season-in-our-garden/
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