JROC members and JRPS staff cleaned up brush, trash, and invasive species at Huguenot Flatwater. This is also the area where we plan to build our universal access ramp. Huguenot Flatwater is a great area for trails and to access a calmer section of the James River.
September Minutes Approved Treasurer’s Report Huguenot Funds have been moved to a specific line item $5,300 raised so far towards 301k+ Treasurer’s report approved Films on the Floodwall Rain and forecast kept attendance down Music at Maymont Financially lucrative Positive feedback from the volunteer need to rotate organizer for next year Send them a thank […]
Minutes Approved Treasurer Report 51k in bank 22k reserved Questions about status of reserved projects Possibly KOTJ expenditures Not listed is 600 for universal access video $300 from PayPal from giving fund should be coming soon Money specifically for Huguenot goes into flatware fund TODO for next month accounting of what has been raised and […]
Yesterday we celebrated the independence of our country. We gathered with friends, family, that one guy who shows up at parties that no one knows, and celebrated this fine land by blowing up small parts of it. Like many of you, I spent my Fourth of July floating on the James River enjoying our wonderful […]
Treasurer Report ~$43k in bank ~$17k available National Trail Day, Riverrock donations waiting to go in back Report approved Riverrock Report back It was reaaaaalllllyyyyyy quiet Chris Hull can donate an easy up to JROC Gallery 5 Fifty Mile Fest: Mitch held it down Good non-profit exposure Sustainability focused event Films on the flood wall […]