The MDHTA annual meeting will be held Saturday, April 24, 2021 at the Eagles Club in Dickinson, ND. The Eagles Club is located at 31 1st Avenue East. The social will begin at 5 pm MT, dinner at 6 pm MT followed by the meeting.
The menu includes a salad bar, deep fried turkey, roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy and vegetable, with a price of $25 per plate, price includes tax and tip.
There will be a cash bar, silent auction and door prizes.
Members and people interested in the Maah Daah Hey Trail are invited to attend. Please bring an item for the silent auction. Please RSVP by Friday, April 16 to Amy Tysver by texting (preferred) or calling 701-290-3397 or if no answer Curt Glasoe at 701-260-9459 or email email@example.com to let us know to reserve your spot at the meeting. Let Amy or Curt know the number in your party attending.
Annual Meeting Program
The guest speaker will be Amy McCann, Administrative Director of Design and Construction for the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library. Amy McCann will present a brief review of the project and answer questions you may have. Amy was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, spending her childhood exploring the mountains and waters of the Appalachian Range. She developed a love for the outdoors at an early age and has since pursued mountain biking, backpacking, rock climbing, hunting, and fishing as she has traveled for her career. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Recreation Management from Southern Illinois University in 2003. Amy has applied her education and training at a number of government and non-profit organizations, including extensive experience programming youth development and community outreach. She resides in Medora, North Dakota with her husband and two children.
As you may know by now the Forest Service at the direction of Congress, conveyed 93 acres near the Burning Hills Amphitheater near Medora to the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation. The Maah Daah Hey Trail crosses the southwest corner of that property.
Trail reports from the organizations that support the Maah Daah Hey Trail System will be given. An election of three directors for the MDHTA Board will also be conducted.
A silent auction will be held during the annual meeting. This is a fun way to support MDHTA activities during the year. Support and fun can be found in brining a small item as well as purchasing. In 2019 (the 2020 annual meeting was canceled due to the Covid pandemic) the silent auction brought in money that was used to help match grants MDHTA received to support trail events as well as to help sponsor National Trails Day.
MDHTA merchandise will be on sale at reduced prices along with a few remaining Forest Service signs.
We hope to see you at the MDHTA Annual Meeting.