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Colorado High Trails Newsletter is published as a standard edition four (4) times per year for the purpose of getting information out to our membership and a once (1 time) per year Special Edition (generally around March 1st) for handing out information about the Association and Our Member Clubs.

To support the education of our young four wheelers, we give out an annual Scholarship toward secondary education.

Award Criteria

  1. A member (individual or organization) in good standings of the Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. can be nominated for Four Wheeler of the Year.
  2. Nominations for Four Wheeler of the Year shall be submitted in writing to the Secretary before the fourth quarterly meeting explaining the reasons why this person is being nominated. The nominations shall be read at the fourth quarterly meeting.
  3. Voting shall be done by secret ballot to be counted by two non voting members, with the ballots to be destroyed upon the recipient being named.
  4. The person receiving the award of Four Wheeler of the Year shall bring the plaque/trophy to all quarterly meetings for that year to be displayed.

 

Previous Recipients of the FWOY Award

Award Recipient
From
Year
Gene Bates

Pueblo

1969-1970

Jim Hefner

Denver

1970-1971

San Louis Valley 4 Wheelers

San Louis Valley

1971-1972

Bill Vos

Fort Collins

1972-1973

Jim Raney

Colorado Springs

1973-1974

Hubert Stock

Pueblo

1974-1975

Bob Merritt

Denver

1975-1976

Ernie & Dorothy Bethe

Monte Vista

1976-1977

Sandy Vlcek

Fort Collins

1977-1978

Mary Ann Flodin

Aurora

1978-1979

Chic Chichester

Denver

1979-1980

Peter B. Doty

Denver

1980-1981

Bob & Lani Kiess

Colorado Springs

1981-1982

Walt Dyson

Colorado Springs

1982-1983

Dennis Hurley

Lakewood

1983-1984

Dan & Linda Olson

Arvada

1984-1985

John & Pat Crump

Englewood

1985-1986

Pat Graham & Paul Miklos

Wheat Ridge

1986-1987

Jim & Susan Krebs

Denver

1987-1988

Max Schlosser

Loveland

1988-1989

Darrell Chapman

Lakewood

1989-1990

Rod & Terry Talarico

Denver

1990-1991

Bill Hughes

Aurora

1991-1992

Carol Darland

Wheat Ridge

1992-1993

Virginia Arbogast

Westminster

1993-1994

Adam Mehlberg

Longmont

1994-1995

Jolene Korgan
Michelle Venrick

Kersey
Fort Collins

1995-1996

Adam Mehlberg

Longmont

1996-1997

Pat Crump
Craig Stumbough

Englewood
Fort Collins

1997-1998

Krista Dixon

Elizabeth

1998-1999

Gail Straty

Fort Lupton

1999-2000

Scott Riebel

Colorado Springs

2000-2001

Dave Nalley

Greeley

2001-2002

Len Marks

Littleton

2002-2003

Greg Beery

Boulder

2003-2004

Trailridge Runners 4WD Club

Longmont

2004-2005

Jeff Stemas Colorado Springs 2005-2006
Ken Emory Montrose 2006-2007
2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
This could be your name...  -  2014-2015
  1. A club in good standing of the Colorado Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. can be nominated for Club of the Year.
  2. Nominations for Club of the Year shall be submitted in writing to the Secretary before the deadline for the September newsletter (fourth quarterly meeting) explaining the reasons why this club is being nominated. The nominations shall be published in the September newsletter and read at the fourth quarterly meeting.
  3. Voting shall be done at the fourth quarterly meeting by secret ballot to be counted by two non voting members, with the ballots to be destroyed upon the club being named.
  4. The club receiving the award of Club of the Year shall bring the plaque/trophy to all quarterly meetings for that year to be displayed.

 

Previous Recipients of the Club Of The Year

Award Recipient
From
Year
Trailridge Runners 4WD Club

Longmont, CO

2004-2005

Western Slope 4 Wheelers Montrose, CO 2005-2006
Wetern Slope 4 Wheelers Montrose, CO 2006-2007
2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
Who's club will be next? 2014-2015

Funds are to be used for monies that have a specified purpose and last for more than a year. A fund is started by a 2/3 vote of the delegates. At the end of a year, monies in a fund are rolled into the same fund for the next year. Monies are allocated to a fund by budget, majority vote of the delegation, transfers from other funds, or donations. Monies are dispersed from a fund by spending to the budget, by transfers to other funds as specified in the fund definition, as specified in the By Laws (Adobe .pdf) Article VII, Section 4b, or majority vote of the delegation. A fund may be dissolved by a 2/3 vote of the delegates and all monies in the fund will be transferred to the General Fund. Any and all exceptions will be specified in the fund definition.

 


General Fund
The General Fund is for the operation of the Association.The General Fund can not be dissolved.

Land Use Fund
The Land Use Fund is to be used to promote the betterment of vehicle oriented outdoor recreational activities that are related to the protection of public access to public lands and are most specifically related to the protection of 4WD roads.

Raffle Fund
The Raffle Fund is to be used to raise money for the association by the raffle of items. The net profits from said raffle shall be allocated for use within the Association as follows: Land Use Fund @ 40%, Promotion Fund @ 10%, next years Raffle Fund @ 40%, and Scholarship Fund @ 10%. All unused monies in the fund at the end of the year will be transferred to the General Fund.

Scholarship Fund
The Scholarship Fund is to be used to fund the Association Scholarship as described in the SOP Article X.

Sunshine Fund
The Sunshine Fund is to be used to assist association members in special financial circumstances which includes but is not limited to articles of grievance.

Promotion Fund
The Promotion Fund is used to promote vehicle oriented outdoor recreational activities.

Office Fund
The Office Fund is to be used to buy office equipment.

Jason Reichart Fund
The Jason Reichart Fund is to be used specifically for trail maintenance . A plaque for Jason Reichart is to be placed on the trail at completion of trail maintenance. A photo of the plaque and description of the trail maintenance work is to be submitted to the state association newsletter.

Motor Access Defense (MAD) Fund
The MAD Fund is to be used for legal support of Colorado land issues.
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