Bitterroot Trail Preservation Alliance:
Although there is still snow on the ground, Spring is on the way! With that comes encouragement to get out and use our beautiful Bitterroot Trail to enjoy the Bitterroot Valley whether it be by walking, jogging, biking, skate boarding, horseback, or any other nonmotorized means.
In preparation for this year's enjoyment of the Bitterroot Trail, the Bitterroot Trail Preservation Alliance will be holding its Annual Members' Meeting on Monday, March 8, 2021. Due to continuing concerns regarding COVID-19 we will be meeting via Google Meet beginning at 6:30 PM. We will have a brief business meeting to accomplish the required tasks of electing board members for the next 3 years and providing attendees with an organization update and financial report from 2020. You do not need to be a member of BTPA to attend this meeting. However only members will be eligible to vote to confirm the board members for the coming year. You can sign up here on our website anytime before the meeting to be eligible to vote.
We have 3 current Board Members whose terms are expiring this year; Jean Belangie-Nye, Curtis Bunton, and Diana Wood. They have all agreed to serve another 3 year term to serve with the 2 continuing Board Members. We have received one additional nomination, adding Robin Spaziani to our slate of Director candidates. We are still open to additional nominations for our Board of Directors to bring our total Board up to our maximum of 9 Directors.
If you would like to nominate someone or self-nominate, please see the "BTPA Board Information Sheet". You may download or print this document and the additional linked documents listed at the bottom of the information sheet. One of the linked documents is a "Board Member Application and Questionnaire" which will need to be returned as indicated on the questionnaire. On the menu bar select "File" then "Download" and your preferred document format or select "Print".
After the business meeting, there will be time to socialize, within the Google Meet, with fellow users of the Bitterroot Trail and talk with BTPA Board members about your concerns related to the trail and what you would like to see improved or provided. This is also an opportunity to determine if you would like to become a Board Member to help us move forward with improvements to the trail. We have 4 open positions for new energetic Board members.
Please RSVP below so that we can anticipate how many will be joining this meeting. You will ONLY receive meeting connection information in the confirmation email of your RSVP.
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