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General Banter / Club info
« on: October 31, 2005, 12:59:37 pm »
I know I've seen the job descriptions before and just looked all over but I don't seem to have them. Here is a copy of our by-laws though. That might help:

Bylaws of the Kansas City Flying Disc Club (KCFDC) Revision Fall 2003
Bylaws of the Kansas City Flying Disc Club (KCFDC) Revision Fall 2003
1. A member, who must be active (read dues-paid) to run for office,
can only nominate him or herself for an office or be nominated by a current
dues-paid member. Failure to keep dues current while in office will result
in dismissal from the EC until dues are current.  In the event this results in
a vacancy on the EC, the President may appoint an interim individual, and may
not accept re-instatement from delinquent member if over 30 days lapse in
dues occurs.  If President's dues are delinquent, the EC may elect an
interim presiding officer until an election may be held, new President must be
ratified by at least three-fourths (3/4) of entire EC and CC's.

2. Each office will be voted on separately, beginning with the
President, Vice President of Missouri Courses (VP of MO), Vice President of
Kansas Courses (VP of KS) and the Treasurer holding offices for two year
terms.  On alternating years, the voting for the Secretary and Sergeant-at-Arms
will occur.  Course Coordinators (CC) for each course that is currently
being maintained by the KCFDC and courses that have received funding will be voted
on at each election on a yearly basis.

3. Club decision and policy making will rest with the Executive
Committee (EC) which will consist of six at large officers: (President, VP
of MO, VP of KS, Secretary, Treasurer, and Sergeant-at-Arms)  CC's will report
to the VP of their state, and may attend any EC meeting and have voting
privileges for all matters of the club.  They may also elect to give the VP
of the state voting proxy on their behalf, with written documentation.
Voting policies may be suspended for debate at a later time, and internet
and phone call voting may occur if agreed upon on matters that should require
all members of the EC and the CC's.

4. CC's are required to attend at least 4 meetings a year, they are
the transitional meeting following elections, the meeting date prior to
league starting, one meeting during the league season, and the last meeting
prior to the fall elections.  They are encouraged to attend all meetings,
but required to attend these meetings.

5. The by-laws must be approved by the general membership.  By-laws
and any changes to the by-laws will be voted on at the election meeting.

6. A quorum of the EC shall consist of at least 4 at large members of
the EC (Three of which must consist of the President, VP of MO and the VP
of KS)

7. The President shall call a general membership meeting in
October/November (preferably after the Club Championships) and in February
(preferably within the first two weeks) of the calendar year.  The elections
for officers and CC's will take place during the October/November general

8. The President shall inform the general membership of the agenda for
any EC meetings.  This may be through mail, postings at courses, e-mail, or
the website.  The Secretary will provide minutes of meetings to the general
public via the website.

9. Any officer of the club can be removed from office by a three-
fourths (3/4) majority vote of the EC's and the CC's.  The Club officer in
question's vote is not necessary for a complete vote.

General Banter / Let's hear some jokes KC!
« on: October 30, 2005, 10:57:56 am »
The door bell, rings, and a man answers it.

Here stands Little Johnny plain but well dressed who
says, "Trick or Treat!"

The man asks the Johnny what he's dressed up like
for Halloween.

Little Johnny says, "I'm an IRS agent."  Then he takes
28% of the man's candy, leaves, and doesn't say
Thank You.

WYCO / Last KCFDC League of the season!!
« on: October 28, 2005, 03:41:59 pm »
Come on out today for a 5:00pm tee off for the last summer league of the season. It's a nice afternoon. Don't pass it up.

Winter leagues start tomorrow so today's your last chance to play WyCo league and take a shot at the $700 ace fund until spring.

Beginners / New Players League for Monday September 5
« on: October 27, 2005, 08:40:10 am »
What the hell....  Somebody boot this guy and his post.

Water Works / GLOW
« on: October 25, 2005, 03:15:11 pm »
Nevermind about House's note if you read what was here before. Glow at WW 6:00pm starting 11/3/05! See Ted's note below.

Water Works / GLOW
« on: October 25, 2005, 11:45:20 am »
6:00pm at Water Works is the word I get.

General Banter / Anyone know about cars?
« on: October 12, 2005, 04:21:12 pm »
Glad you were able to get someone to help you out.

What is that, a 69 Bonneville or a Catalina? Am I even close?

Tell us about it. We'll be looking for you to pull up out at the course in KC. you won't be able to travel incognito, that's for sure.


Tournaments / CLUB Championships-picnic
« on: October 12, 2005, 01:09:55 pm »

Champion pool - LaRon Harris is once again this year's club champion!
A Pool - Brian Gammon
B Pool - Jeff Hoglund
C Pool - Daniel Truax
D Pool - Angela Plitsch


About 40 people came out off and on over the weekend to play on one of the four courses used during the club champoinships. I even got to play most of a round with Max Hilgers on Sunday afternoon. However, only 17 people played all four rounds. That doesn't mean the disc golf among those in these pools was any less competitive though. For instance, in C pool in which I played, there were only three of us but the final round was quite competitive. Daniel Truax went in with a five stroke lead over Steve Harris and Steve came within one stroke of catching him. As for the D pool, Angela was the only competitor left after Saturday's two rounds but it doesn't mean she didn't win. She had enough of a lead over the others in her pool that she was well on her way to victory had the others been there Sunday or not (I think she scared them off). And a couple of them did return for the final round Sunday afternoon and she did indeed prevail in that round as well.


I can't help but think we would have had a better turnout if we hadn't gone up against the OctoberFriz weekend and had stuck with a three rounds and then the picnic format as we have in recent years. We tried four rounds and a separate picnic this year and may not do it again next. Let's just hope the turnout for this weekend's picnic and elections is better than the turnout for the club championships.


As poorly as I played all weekend I finally started getting my game together during the last round. I don't know about others but the guys on my card can attest to the fact that I Buzzzzed the basket on #9 at Rosie on the very last hole of the event. Man, that would have sure made up for the lousy rounds the rest of the weekend. Oh well... there's always next year.

And thanks for asking Joe!!

General Banter / Let's hear some jokes KC!
« on: October 12, 2005, 08:32:31 am »
Last summer Ed met a woman while on vacation
and fell head over heels in love with her.

On the last night of his vacation, the two of them
went to dinner and had a serious talk about how
they would continue the relationship.

Ed began by saying to his new lady friend that
she meant so much to him, "It's only fair to warn
you that I'm a complete and utter golf nut. I eat,
sleep and breath if that's a problem,
you'd better say so right now."

"Well, since we're being honest with each other,
here goes," she replied. "I'm a hooker."

"I see," replied Ed, and was quiet for a moment.

Then he added, "You know, it's probably because
you're not keeping your wrists straight when you
tee off."

General Banter / DG Park Success Stories
« on: October 11, 2005, 09:59:35 am »
If you go to the PDGA website down aways on the front page is an article about promoting disc golf to parks departments. This is the link to the PDF file which is an article from Parks and Recreation magazine:

It's a fairly big file but it might be just what you are looking for.

General Banter / Let's hear some jokes KC!
« on: October 11, 2005, 09:52:13 am »
A filthy rich man in Florida decided that he wanted
to throw a party and invited all of his buddies and
neighbors. He also invited Bubba, the only redneck
in the neighborhood.

He held the party around the pool in the backyard
of his mansion. Everyone was having a good time
drinking, dancing, eating shrimp, oysters and BBQ
and flirting with the women.

At the height of the party, the host said, "I have a 10
ft man-eating gator in my pool and I'll give a million
dollars to anyone who is brave enough to jump in."

The words were barely out of his mouth when there
was a loud splash and everyone turned around and
saw Bubba in the pool!

Bubba was fighting the gator and kicking its hide!
Bubba was jabbing the gator in the eyes with his
thumbs, throwing punches, head butts and choke
holds, biting the gator on the tail and flipping the
gator through the air like some kind of Judo Instructor.

The water was churning and splashing everywhere.
Both Bubba and the gator were screaming and raising
  hell. Finally Bubba strangled the gator and let it float
to the top like a K-mart goldfish. Bubba then slowly
climbed out of the pool. Everybody was just staring
at him in disbelief.

Finally the host says, "Well, Bubba, I reckon I owe you
a million dollars."

"No, that's okay. I don't want it," said Bubba.

The rich man said, "Man, I have to give you something.
You won the bet. How about half a million bucks then?"

"No thanks. I don't want it," answered Bubba.

The host said, "Come on, I insist on giving you something.
That was amazing. How about a new Porsche and a
  Rolex and some stock options?"

Again Bubba said no.

Confused, the rich man asked, "Well, Bubba, then
what do you want?"

Bubba said, "I want the name of the SOB who
pushed me in the pool."

WYCO / WyCo League 10/7
« on: October 10, 2005, 05:08:03 pm »
Kind of a strange night out at WyCo. We were all ready starting to to tee off with a fivesome playing open when Cecil and Rick showed up. I quickly set them up as a threesome with Dave Hemmeline and they took off from #3. We left the initial drive out there and continued as a foursome from #1 playing advanced. Three of us could have played Masters but Brad would have been the odd man out. Since he normally plays open I went ahead and called us a card of ams because Brad showed up with only two drivers and had to borrow a putter. I think the scores show that the decision to do this was fair. I hope others feel the same. It was highly irregular though. This Friday we will be teeing off at 5:00pm to try and beat the sundown. But just in case you might want to bring a glowstick or two and some tape to keep from playing the last hole or two in the dark.

Dave Hemmeline   54
Cecil Cameron   58
Rick Molenkamp   61
Steve Norby   63
Brad Meyrs   63
Kevin Montgomery   68
Steve Hoog   68
AVG   62.14

General Banter / Let's hear some jokes KC!
« on: October 10, 2005, 04:13:19 pm »
What do you call an agnostic, dyslexic, insomniac?

A guy that lies in bed awake at night wondering if there really is a Dog.

Prairie Center / Glow League & Nite Flite Lites...
« on: October 10, 2005, 01:24:51 pm »
The red ones work best for glow golf by far. I've tried the green and yellow but the red is much easier to see from further away. I suggest you just stick with red. The other colors are fun but harder to see.

WYCO / WyCo League 9/30
« on: October 06, 2005, 11:23:59 pm »
Five out for a quick round. A group of five teeing off at 5:30 when daylight is gone at 7:25!!  The secret weapon? Mike D's badass golf cart.

Teeing off no later than 5:10 this week. No golf cart...  it's headed to the Friz. Come on out for a tune up round before this weekend's club championships.

Mike Davis   55
Cecil Cameron   57
Dan Coffman   57
Rick Molenkamp   59
Kevin Montgomery   64
AVG   58.4

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