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him getting him cooled down. He had a reservation for a hotel a couple of hours up the road, and I basically told him, ‘No, you have no business get- ting back on the bike at this point. It’s still 102 outside.’ I pulled out my Anonymous book; there is one listing in Kanab, Utah, where we were cur- rently located. I called that gentle- man, and he said, ‘I’m ten minutes away… I’ll be there in ten minutes.’ He showed up, we loaded this gentle- man into his car, he took him to his house, and I rode the heat victim’s K 1600 GTL to the house of the Anony- mous book member. He stayed there for three days. He showed up here at the rally grounds yesterday. He’s from Florida; he’s looking for a way to trailer his bike back home. It becomes personal to me in these situations, and I understand it is an issue as our membership continues to age. It is something that we will continue to look at, but it is as Director Marc Sou- liere said, a difficult problem to address.”


VICE PRESIDENT OF THE GS


GIANTS RUSS KRUSE: “I would just like to say to the board, as the Vice President of the GS Giants and a board member for them…to voice my extreme pleasure for what you’ve done for us with the GS Giant track and your support for us from the MOA. I hope we can continue a good relationship from here on out. I know there was some confusion regarding some equipment earlier; I understand there is a whole lot of logistics that go along with putting something like this together, and getting these issues taken care of. There were some hard feelings with that; we’ve cleared the air on that issue. There was a town hall meeting with the GS Giants. Wes came over, and we had a good dia- logue. I realize, we are an ‘event within an event’ which makes it difficult sometimes to try to do all of the


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logistics necessary to run two events simultaneously. “Having said all that, I think in the future


we have got a mutual plan that we need to discuss with each other, maybe treat it (the GS Giant track) like a separate event, with our insurance, etc. I just want to make sure that the MOA board knows that we appre- ciate everything you have done for us to get the space allocated that we have. On behalf of the GS Giants, thank you for what you have done for us, for this, and any future endeavors. “Along with that, you saw the support


that the GS Giants came in with today (at the town hall meeting). We really want to bring people into the GS Giants, but also bring them into the MOA. We are all on the same sheet of music on what we want to do to help the MOA grow. I’m sure that we will have an opportunity to talk more often.”


WES FITZER: “Absolutely. I look forward to our discussions.” (Wes calls for any further discussion or questions.)


AMBASSADOR MURIEL FARRINGTON:


“How does attendance (for the rally) look so far?”


TED MOYER: “We have about 3,400 regis- tered right now, a little under 3,000 on site this morning (Friday).”


As there were no further questions, Presi- dent Wes Fitzer calls for a motion to adjourn the meeting. Director Marc Souli- ere makes a motion to adjourn, seconded by Director Chad Warner; all in favor aye, no nay, no abstentions. The Open Session Board meeting was officially adjourned at 11:45 MDT.


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