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Annual Report FY 2017 Stone Creek Hunting & Fishing Club, Inc. Tel Camp 814.667.3512 814.329.2303

Annual

Report

FY 2017

Stone Creek Hunting & Fishing Club, Inc.

Tel

Camp 814.667.3512

814.329.2303

PO Box 12 Claysburg, PA 16625

stonecreekhfc.com

covedan77@gmail.com

2017-2018

2 0 1 7 - 2 0 1 8 Table of Contents Contents President’s Pen 1

Table of Contents

2 0 1 7 - 2 0 1 8 Table of Contents Contents President’s Pen 1

Contents

President’s Pen

1

2017

Highlights

2

Timber Cutting

3

Kitchen Renovation

4

Fawn Mortality Study

5-6

Dues & Booking Notice

7

New Camp Cleaning Fees

8

Survey Results

9

Audit Report

10-17

2018

Final Budget

18

2018

Committee List

19

2018

Camp Schedule

20

2018

Membership List

21-24

PRESIDENT'S PEN

I want to “THANK” each and every member who stepped up to Chair, Co-Chair or Serve on

one of our many Committees or Lead one of OUR camp functions for “2018”. With member support, OUR club can continue to be the place we have come to know & love. As many of you are well aware, it takes everyone pitching in and giving of their time & talents to maintain our small piece of heaven.

We have had a busy couple years; with a major Kitchen Project, complete internal & external Flue repairs, addition of some new furniture, new mattress's, and Timbering project.

We heard you through the annual survey that most would like to continue making the necessary structural improvements to OUR facilities in order to help enhance the most recent improvements.

By now, most camp members are aware of the kitchen project completion, release of our caretaker, replacement of all camp & gate locks, which require just 1 key for all locks. If you have not requested or received your new key, please feel free to reach out to me. I'm truly excited by having some of our younger members step up and agree to Chair or Co-Chair some of OUR camp functions. I believe this is not only important, but critical going forward since many of our older members are no longer physically able to continue this important work. THANK YOU!!!

We have a lot of very important work to do in “2018” & as your President I welcome all your ideas, input, and help with OUR continued long term improvements to Stone Creek Hunting & Fishing Club.

I could create a long list of goals for myself in “2018”, but as you can probably tell by my

emphasis on OUR camp

members back together as friends and comrades. Please keep in mind why you joined in the

first place!!!

my

#1 goal is to do everything within my power to bring all

Please feel free to reach out to me in anyone of the following ways:

Call: 814-931-6974 Text: 814-931-6974 email: nrgrove@gmail.com

My promise to you, is I will do my very best to answer your questions or direct you to someone who can.

Thanks so much for taking the time to read my letter!!!

Neal Grove

Stone Creek 2017 Highlights

January – The annual meeting kicked off the year on the 10 th . The budget was approved to spend $13,955 on normal operations and an additional $22,000 on renovations. Total expenses were projected at $44,905. Demolition of the old kitchen started on the 13 th and construction started the 16th. The Board met later that month and decided to remove the caretaker. There were two bookings that occurred before the demolition. The Game Commission began trapping of deer on the mountain as part of the fawn study.

February – Wood Cutters I was cancelled as construction work continued on the kitchen and there were no bookings. Timbering was halted, per DCNR, to preserve the road.

March – Construction finished just in time for Wood Cutters II. While some wood was cut behind the camp, most of the attention was focused on getting the clubhouse cleaned and the new kitchen put back together. There were also some difficulties with bears knocking over the dumpster.

April – Fish Camp was held late this year because of Easter. 110 fish were released into the stream and despite the rain, everyone seemed to enjoy the fishing. There were three bookings in April. Timbering also resumed.

May – Special Projects was used to clean up some of the roads and the caretaker area. Neal also managed to paint the ceiling in the living room with plenty of encouragement from onlookers. A Penn State student also placed several trail cameras on the property to study predators for a couple weeks. This is a separate study from what the Game Commission is doing and will continue for a few years. There were also bad storms that knocked down some trees. The camp was booked twice.

June – Annual Banquet was enjoyed by a small but lively group including a steak dinner on Saturday evening. The Banquet meeting was used to review the kitchen project and to discuss how we would proceed with hiring a new caretaker and how we would proceed with caring for the camp until then. The interior of the chimney was repaired. The camp was booked three times.

July – The Golf Outing was cancelled and will be part of Banquet in 2018. The camp was booked twice.

August – Father/Son weekend was successful once again despite a bad storm that roared through the Fort and knocked out power on Friday evening. Once again, everyone enjoyed games and food next to the pond. The exterior of the chimney was repaired and sealed. There was one booking.

September –Martin Yoder, who cuts our timber, brought his dozer over and cleaned out the ditch along the parking lot. This was seeded and really helped with drainage from the road above. Some of the roads had new breaks cut into them as well. Work Weekend saw a small group care to the ditch in front of the camp as well as some road work. A large bear was spotted down the road towards the bridge as work was being done. There was one booking.

October – The election meeting was held with Greg Trout stepping off the Board and George Simpson returning. Neal Grove was elected as president with Jeff Knode to serve as vice-president. Dan Dainty remains Secretary/Treasurer. The meeting itself determined that excess timber monies be designated exclusively for “Forest Restoration” until we know how the forest will grow back. It was also decided that timbering would stop for all of archery and muzzleloader. Denny Shank and Pat O’Neil both became Life Members. Posting saw a large group as usual and many signs were hung. A small group also assisted with removing some downed trees from the earlier storms from the creek. The clubhouse and gates were re-keyed and new keys were issued. There was one booking.

November – Three guests were approved for Deer Camp along with Ben Grove volunteering to come and cook for the week. Despite having a cleaning plan, a local woman offered her services and cleaned up after Deer Camp. The club will finalize an agreement with her to clean for anyone interested in 2018 or until a caretaker is hired. Craig Eisenhart presented arguments to re-do the by-laws and add rules of order. Dave Pearson was also added as a new member. Most everyone saw deer during the season but only a few deer were taken during camp. Everyone believes that there are more deer this year. There were two bookings.

December – The year wrapped up with three members booking for the end of deer season and one more overnight booking.

Timber Cutting

The dead and dying hemlock continues to be removed on the hillside above Ross Run. Despite the disruption to the forest, the appearance of wildlife appears to be on the rise with many species roaming the property. Regrowth in the areas cut last year is encouraging. The spread of ferns is being monitored but to date this has been limited. To aid with regeneration, five hundred “sprout” sized oak trees and ten small hybrid chestnut trees were planted in 2017. Several existing apple trees had the growth around them cut back so that they can continue to thrive. Most importantly, the club voted to preserve whatever funds we receive for cutting for “Forest Restoration”. These monies will be used to invest in the land in ways that will further the enjoyment of hunting and fishing on the property. The first priority is to make sure that the areas that were cut are allowed to regenerate correctly.

Year

Money

Cutting

Net Income

Received

Expenses

2016

$13,376.98

$6,388.49

$6,988.49

2017

$128,541.84

$55,344.85

$73,197.00

Totals

$141,918.82

$61,733.34

$80,185.49

Kitchen Renovations

After many years of discussion, the kitchen renovation project finally came together. Not only was the kitchen restored but improvements spilled over into the living room and “mud room” in the back of the camp. All told, the improvements cost the camp $42,817.50 between fall of 2016 and spring of 2017. A massive cleaning effort took place during Woodcutters II and everything was returned to the kitchen. A brief highlighted list of work performed follows:

Kitchen Improvements New flooring Drop ceiling New oak cabinets Quartz counter tops Island with electrical Large double sink with drain pan Backsplash Drywall Hood & variable speed vent for stove Stainless steel behind cooking area LED Lighting New microwave New gas lines New electrical wiring Paint and finish work

New gas lines New electrical wiring Paint and finish work Living Room Improvements New flooring Replaced
New gas lines New electrical wiring Paint and finish work Living Room Improvements New flooring Replaced

Living Room Improvements New flooring Replaced lights with ceiling fans w/LED lighting Painted ceiling Removed the sink and shelves Moved gun rack to back room

Mud Room Improvements New flooring New LED lighting Drain improvement

the sink and shelves Moved gun rack to back room Mud Room Improvements New flooring New
the sink and shelves Moved gun rack to back room Mud Room Improvements New flooring New

Fawn Mortality Study

The Pennsylvania Game Commission continued its Fawn Mortality Study on the club grounds and the areas surrounding the camp. One fawn was captured and tagged on the property in the spring and had been photographed on a trail-cam.

Also, a doe capture program was attempted on the property. While this yielded mixed results, a buck was captured and tagged. This buck was taken during Deer Camp and the tags were turned in for a reward.

April Sperfslage and her team plan to continue the capture efforts in 2018 and we have granted access once again to the property. She stops at camp regularly to update us and is always happy to answer questions. She also will provide opportunities to ride along and see what they do.

The pictures below were taken on the club property by Asia Murphy, a student at Penn State who is studying the predators that are roaming the forests of Pennsylvania. This study is associated with the mortality study and part of Asia’s post graduate work.

The following page is a letter April sent to the club thanking us for our participation and explaining a little about the study.

There is plenty more information about the study, including blogs, pictures and updates, that can be found on the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences website at http://ecosystems.psu.edu/research/projects/deer.

found on the Penn State College of Agri cultural Sciences website at http://ecosystems.psu.edu/research/projects/deer .
found on the Penn State College of Agri cultural Sciences website at http://ecosystems.psu.edu/research/projects/deer .
Dear Property Owner: November 26, 2017 We are writing to express our sincere thanks a

Dear Property Owner:

November 26, 2017

We are writing to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to you regarding the crucial role you played in the 2017 white-tailed deer capture season for the 2015-2017 Pennsylvania Fawn Survival Study. By granting us permission to access your land, we searched for and captured fawns, obtained estimated locations using radio telemetry and/or conducted fawn mortality investigations. We could not have been successful without your support and generosity.

We captured and radio collared 39 fawns from mid-May through Mid-July in the Bald Eagle and Rothrock State Forest Study Area. Fawn captures resulted from visuals while driving or walking, use of vaginal implant transmitters placed in does caught in winter, and phone calls from landowners. We conducted extensive searches near roadways, in agricultural fields and woodlots, and on state forest land.

Upon capture, we obtained the sex, weight, information on the age of the fawn, and a DNA sample. Each fawn was fitted with a tan or dark brown radio collar and a set of ear tags. The expandable collars will grow with the fawn and eventually fall off. The collar batteries will fail approximately one year from the capture date. We will continue to monitor fawn survival through the life of the collars using radio telemetry.

Finally, when a mortality event occurs, we conduct a thorough investigation and collect evidence to assist us in determining the cause of death. To date, we have conducted mortality investigations for 22 of 39 radio collared fawns. Causes of death range from predation to possible illness. In one case, we located only the collar at the mortality site. All three of Pennsylvania’s top fawn predators (black bears, coyotes, bobcats) were detected in cases of fawn mortalities this summer.

Thank you for collaborating with us to aid in the success and completion of the 2015-2017 Pennsylvania Fawn Survival Study.

Sincerely,

2017 Fawn Capture Crew April Sperfslage Amber Evans Avery Corondi Benjamin Smith Nick Humphreys

Amber Evans Avery Corondi Benjamin Smith Nick Humphreys Follow the PA Deer-Forest Study Blog for field

Follow the PA Deer-Forest Study Blog for field crew updates and deer research discoveries at:

http://ecosystems.psu.edu/deer

Important Reminders on Dues & Reservations

Due to the number of inquiries and complaints received, the by-laws regarding dues and bookings will be strictly enforced from now on.

Dues & Fees must be paid by January 31 st .

Per Article VI, Section 6, 12 percent/annual interest will be added to accounts for all money owed beginning February 1 st , and at the beginning of each month going forward (roughly $2.50 per month on just dues but more if you carry additional balances).

Per Article VI, Section 2, Club privileges, including access to the club house, cottages, or property will be denied until dues and are paid.

Any fees or other money owed will be covered first if you are making payments.

Please request to make payments to the Board of Directors.

If you owe money for a function or booking, please try to pay it as soon as possible. However, balances generated in the current calendar year will not be charged interest.

Reservations for the Club House must adhere to Article VIII of the by-laws.

It is best to request a reservation via email or text message. However, phone calls or face to face reservations may be made.

A “permit” will amount to a response, via email or USPS, that the booking was granted.

Bookings will go on the camp, internet calendar as soon as possible with priority given to the first request. A paper calendar will also be kept.

A $10 deposit for all advance reservations, from this point forward.

One advance booking per calendar year (advance reservations occur more than six days prior to the start of the reservation).

Reservations made six days or less from the start your stay will not count as an advance reservation. This is a “short term” reservation.

Cancellations must occur at least three days before start of reservation.

Cancellations will be removed from the calendar immediately. A confirmation notice will be sent but there will not be an announcement. Watch the calendar or ask.

The first member to contact me after a cancellation will get that reservation and this will not count as an advance reservation.

No reservation will be for more than seven days and all advance reservations will begin at noon on Friday.

If cleaning is desired, you must let me know when you expect to leave (time and date) and follow the guidelines as they’ve been established.

You must fill out a log sheet completely. Please include any phone calls made and record any notes you would like to pass on.

Periods that the camp is open to members and their male guests (Section 3), shall not count as reservations. You should still let me know you will be in camp as soon as possible, fill out the log sheets properly, and let me know if any cleaning is requested.

Camp Cleaning Fees as of January 9, 2018

On January 9 th , the following fees were voted on and passed for an experienced, independent cleaning person to come into camp and clean up after personal bookings and functions.

Personal Booking

The member who booked the camp is responsible for the camp being cleaned.

You may choose to clean the camp yourself regardless of how long you stay. You must clean and close camp according to the checklist in the log book.

Please let the Secretary know if you would like a cleaning person to clean the camp after your stay and let him know approximately when you plan on leaving camp.

Charges for cleaning are as follows:

o

$40 Base Fee plus:

1-9 Occupants: $1 per person per night.

10 or more Occupants: $2 per person per night.

o

Money is to be left in the clubhouse.

Example #1 (for 1-9 people): You book camp for Friday through Sunday for yourself and four others (5 total).

$40 + (5 people x 2 nights x $1 per night) or $40 base fee plus $10.

Total of $50 will be left for the cleaning person.

Example #2 (for ten or more people): You book camp for Friday through Monday for yourself and 11 others (12 total).

$40 + (12 people x 3 nights x $2 per night) or $40 base fee plus $72.

Total of $112 will be left for the cleaning person.

Functions

Function Chair-persons are responsible for collecting cleaning fees from each member when figuring the bills.

Charges for cleaning are as follows:

o

$25 Base Fee that will be paid by the club (from the Secretary)

o

$5 per person (including guests)

Example: Your function is attended by 12 members and 3 guests (15 people total).

$25 base fee from the Treasurer + ($5 x 15 people) or $25 base fee plus $75.

Total of $100 will be left for the cleaning person.

2017 Survey Results

Note: Some members gave more than one response to some of the questions.

What committee would you serve on?

What is the number one thing you come to camp for?

Pond/Stream Forest Stewardship House By-laws Game Feed Membership Not sure/Blank

7

Socializing Hunting Fishing Moutain Biking, Annual Banquet, Family time, Memories Spending time with family Every opportunity the camp has to offer

12

4

5

3

4

2

1

1

1

1

1

7

 

Do you feel like you know what is going on with camp?

Yes No Other (liked the newsletter) Other (only if talks to someone) Usually

14

Are you willing to chair a function?

7

Yes No Maybe Will chair if needed Other

8

1

11

1

2

1

1

1

 

How long until the next major project?

If no to chairing a function, why?

1-2 years

10

Health Need a break Need help Unable to attend Work Will co-chair Chairing a function is difficult without a caretaker. No answer

3

3-5 years

7

2

6+ years

1

1

Immediately

3

1

No answer

3

1

1

What project would you like to see done next?

1

Bathroom

14

1

Bedrooms

5

 

Land Survey

1

Are you willing to serve on the board?

New Mattresses

1

Yes No Advisor to the board Maybe

5

Roof repairs

1

16

Nothing

1

1

No Answer

6

2

2017 AUDIT REPORT STONE CREEK HUNTING & FISHING CLUB, INC.

CAMP ASSETS

12/31/2016

12/31/2017

Checking - Elderton 1

697.93

687.93

Indiana First-Money Market

2,969.49

0.00

Checking - First Commonwealth

691.57

647.51

General Savings- Elderton

221.33

224.06

Passbook Savings -Indiana First

1,276.96

0.00

General Savings - First Commonwealth

95.00

3,957.68

Capital Acct.-Elderton

6,729.37

6,772.68

Capital Acct. - First Commonwealth

13,779.96

44,350.77

Certificates of Deposit-Elderton

6,582.94

6,681.67

Edward Jones - Corporate Bond

0.00

0.00

Edward Jones Mutual Funds

66,709.07

78,972.04

Edward Jones - Certificate of Deposit

0.00

0.00

Cash Account-Edward Jones

0.00

0.00

Petty Cash on hand 2

83.88

27.68

Cash on hand

0.00

225.37

Receivables 2

840.54

1,070.97

TOTAL

100,678.04

143,618.36

RECEIVABLE DETAIL

 

12/31/2016

12/31/2017

Prior year dues

0.00

0.00

deer camp

449.59

629.60

functions/misc

-5.00

60.00

house fees

844.00

630.00

phone bills

11.50

13.51

credits

-459.55

-262.14

Receivables

840.54

1,070.97

STONECREEK HUNTING & FISHING CLUB, INC. 2017 INCOME SUMMARY

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OPERATIONAL

2017 Budget

2016

Deer Camp

449.59

dues

9625.00

2016

Function

-5.00

house/function fees

3205.00

2016

House

618.63

interest

50.00

2016

Phone

11.50

misc. income

200.00

2017

House

1,035.00

TOTAL

13,080.00

2017

Function

780.00

2017

Phone

0.00

2017

Overage/Donations/Misc.

51.00

2017

Dues

9,391.00

2018

Dues

550.00

2017

Deer Camp

320.00

2017

Operational Interest

11.58

TOTAL OPERATIONAL INCOME

13,213.30

Capital funds transferred into Operations for Capital projects

50,372.67

TOTAL CASH USED FOR OPERATIONS

63,585.97

CAPITAL INCOME Stock

20.00

Initiations

200.00

Capital Account(ESB) Interest

43.31

Capital Account (FC) Interest

3.22

Mutual Fund Dividends & Capital Gains

4,597.10

Elderton CD's interest

98.73

Edward Jones - Bond Interest

0.00

Edward Jones Cash Acct. Interest

0.00

Timber Income (less expense)

73,196.99

Insurance (Chimney) 3

7,372.27

Capital Earnings to Operational

0.00

TOTAL CAPITAL INCOME

85,531.62

TOTAL INCOME

98,744.92

Operational Interest Summary Elderton Savings

2.73

First Commonwealth Savings

8.19

Indiana First

Passbook

0.66

Indiana First

Money Market

0.00

Capital Earnings to Operational

0.00

Total

11.58

STONE CREEK HUNTING & FISHING CLUB, INC 2017 EXPENSE SUMMARY

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2016

2017

2017

Variance

Operational

Actual

Actual

Budgeted

to Budget

Insurance

$2,177.00

$2,668.00

$2,200.00

$468.00

Taxes

$3,418.44

$3,666.33

$3,500.00

$166.33

Phone

$527.80

$583.41

$550.00

$33.41

Electric

$1,015.16

$913.12

$1,400.00

-$486.88

Propane

$2,077.81

$1,546.48

$2,500.00

-$953.52

Petty Cash

$453.29

$122.00

$300.00

-$178.00

Secretary/Treasurer

$600.00

$600.00

$600.00

$0.00

Meeting Expense

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Ambulance

$30.00

$30.00

$30.00

$0.00

Fire Company

$50.00

$50.00

$50.00

$0.00

By-Laws Committee

$96.55

$100.00

-$100.00

Woodcutters

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Game Feed

$250.00

$250.00

$250.00

$0.00

Pond & Stream Committee

$250.00

$250.00

$250.00

$0.00

House Committee

$1,726.46

$1,035.75

$1,100.00

-$64.25

Posting Committee

$118.88

$150.00

-$150.00

Grounds Committee

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Mowing

$392.33

$435.01

$450.00

-$14.99

Garbage

$425.00

$456.68

$425.00

$31.68

Snow Removal

$0.00

$100.00

-$100.00

Refunds-Overpaid

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Stock Redemption

$40.00

$20.00

$0.00

$20.00

Forest Stewardship Program

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Other

$200.00

$0.00

$0.00

Total Operational

$13,848.72

$12,626.78

$13,955.00

-$1,328.22

Capital Expenditures Renovations

$8,668.37

$34,149.13

$22,000.00

$12,149.13

New AED for Camp

$0.00

$1,295.00

$1,500.00

-$205.00

Air Conditioning

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Pavilion/bridge

$533.62

$300.00

-$300.00

Pond Maintenance (treatments)

$559.00

$400.00

-$400.00

Posting (wire)

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

Habitat Improvement(food plots)

$500.00

$500.00

$500.00

$0.00

Stream Enhancement

$0.00

$250.00

-$250.00

Furniture-Couches-Mattresses

$2,968.00

$2,670.90

$0.00

$2,670.90

Chimney

$0.00

$10,289.11

$7,000.00

$3,289.11

Stock Certificates

$0.00

$293.55

$300.00

-$6.45

Transfer to Operations 4

$0.00

-$1,300.00

$1,300.00

Reimbursement to Greg McKinney

$0.00

$1,174.98

$0.00

$1,174.98

Timber Expenses (note #1)

$6,388.49

$55,344.85

$0.00

$55,344.85

Total Capital

$19,617.48

$105,717.52

$30,950.00

$74,767.52

Food Advances

$1,350.00

$1,300.00

Transfer between banks

$200.00

$0.00

Designated Donations (note #2)

$100.00

$50.00

Non-expense Total

$1,650.00

$1,350.00

TOTAL

$35,116.20

$119,694.30

note #1 - timber expense was paid from monies deposited to checking from the sale of timber/net proceeds were transferred to capital savings note #2 - stocking donation applied directly to expense

STONE CREEK HUNTING & FISHING CLUB, INC. "Fund Balances"

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CAMP ASSETS

Market Value

Operating

Capital

Timber

12/31/2017

Fund

Fund

Fund *

Checking - Elderton Indiana First - Money Market Checking - First Commonwealth General Savings - Elderton Passbook Savings - Indiana First General Savings - First Commonwealth Capital Account - Elderton Capital Account - First Commonwealth 5 Elderton Bank CD - 6160 (1.83%) Elderton Bank CD - 5431 (1.49%) Edward Jones Mutual Funds 6 Edward Jones Cash Account Edward Jones Certificate of Deposit Petty Cash on Hand Cash on hand Receivables

687.93

687.93

0.00

647.51

647.51

224.06

224.06

0.00

3,957.68

3,957.68

6,772.68

145.48

6,627.20

44,350.77

44,350.77

0.00

0.00

6,681.67

3,349.07

3,332.60

78,972.04

49,170.99

29,801.05

0.00

0.00

27.68

27.68

225.37

225.37

1,070.97

1,070.97

TOTALS

143,618.36

6,841.20

97,016.31

39,760.85

MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCE

 

Capital

 

Mass

Mass

Capital

World

Income

Investors

Investors

Washington

Washington

Income

Growth &

Fund of

Trust

Trust

Mutual

Mutual

Builder Fd

Income Fd.

America

Class A

Class B

Class A

Class B

Class A

Class A

Class A

(MITTX)

(MITBX)

(AWSHX)

(WSHBX)

(CAIBX)

(CWGIX)

(AMECX)

Amount Invested Dividends Received Distributions Taken Shares Sold ($) Shares Converted ($) "Cost Basis" Shares owned 12/31/17 Share price 12/31/17 Market Value 12/31/17

$0.00

$19,191.06

$0.00

$7,048.20

$13,459.81

$4,170.05

$7,500.00

$5,473.65

$1,635.35

$5,090.54

$2,049.14

$6,952.48

$2,139.29

$4,491.59

-$4,464.00

-$2,200.01

-$3,816.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

-$3,720.00

$0.00

-$9,499.99

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$9,721.76

-$9,719.84

$7,880.29

-$7,880.14

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$10,136.06

$10,371.88

$20,412.29

$6,309.34

$8,271.59

584.891

0.000

350.018

0.000

352.507

154.303

605.843

$32.15

45.65

$62.82

$51.11

$23.37

$18,804.25

$0.00

$15,978.32

$0.00

$22,144.49

$7,886.43

$14,158.55

Note: The "timber monies" are monies received in 1993 from timber sales. The original principal amount invested was $47,965.80. The investments were made into 10 Zero Coupon bonds that matured from 1996 till 2005. The interest and growth is credited to the Capital Account and the principal re-invested into various investments. In 2010 a loss of $8,204.95 occurred due to the default of a Lehman Bros Corporate Bond. This loss has been charged against the Timber Fund asset category.

Stone Creek Check Listing

(Note: Online transactions were approved by the Board. These are designated by "OL" before the transaction number.

Check #

Date

Vendor

Description

Amount

1008

1/7/2017

Martin Yoder

JM Wood Products ck #22695

$671.73

1009

1/10/2017

RP Sheet Metal

Kitchen Hood

$988.45

1010

1/13/2017

Carpet Warehouse

Flooring downpayment

$1,578.68

1011

1/19/2017

Hite Company

electrical supplies for kitchen

$95.06

1012

1/19/2017

Carpet Warehouse

Balance of flooring

$1,929.50

1013

1/19/2017

Martin Yoder

JM Wood Products ck #22782

$2,318.64

1014

1/19/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$69.49

1015

1/19/2017

Twin Creeks Ambulance Service

ambulance donation - VOID

$0.00

1016

1/19/2017

Stone Creek Valley VFC

fire company donation

$50.00

1017

1/19/2017

Postmaster

stamps

$47.00

1018

1/23/2017

Lee Knode

habitat improvement

$500.00

1019

1/23/2017

Lee Knode

game feed

$250.00

1020

1/26/2017

Martin Yoder

JM Wood Products ck #22846

$1,492.39

1021

1/28/2017

Neal Grove

Hite Electric-electrical supplies for kitchen

$69.32

1022

2/10/2017

MDG Construction

2nd payment to contractor

$7,510.00

1023

2/10/2017

Lowes

paint and painting supplies

$146.07

1024

2/15/2017

Neal Grove

Lowes - microwave for kitchen

$179.14

1025

2/2/2017

Denny Shank

Kitchen Sink & Hood Vent Pipe

$1,899.71

1026

2/2/2017

Martin Yoder

Rick Hoover ck #1069

$1,600.00

1027

2/2/2017

Verizon

phone bill

$50.00

1028

2/27/2017

Byler's Furniture & Cabinets

kitchen cabinets

$9,120.00

1029

3/10/2017

Hite Company

lighting and electrical

$137.95

1030

3/10/2017

Lowes

ceiling fans and electrical

$182.22

1031

2/16/2017

Martin Yoder

Mosey Yoder ck#139

$2,099.00

1032

2/16/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$93.00

1033

2/16/2017

Parks Garbage Service, Inc

1/11/2017 pickup

$44.80

1034

2/23/2017

Martin Yoder

Raspberry Const. ck#3885

$2,980.00

1035

2/27/2017

George Simpson

RP Sheet Metal #5456 - collar

$26.50

1036

3/6/2017

Northern Bedford Elementary PTO

In memory of Ken Mowry/Honor of Grace Dainty

$25.00

1037

3/8/2017

Greg McKinney

reimbursement for real estate taxes

$1,174.98

1038

3/10/2017

Amerigas

propane-2/13/17 304.6@$2.57

$846.66

1039

3/10/2017

Verizon

phone bill

$150.00

1040

3/10/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$63.37

1041

3/10/2017

Parks Garbage Service, Inc

2/8/2017 extra pickup

$46.00

1042

3/10/2017

Jackson Township T/C

county taxes

$1,153.36

1043

3/10/2017

Twin Creeks Ambulance Service

ambulance donation (second try)

$30.00

1044

3/15/2017

Hite Company

can lights

$135.84

1045

3/25/2017

MDG Construction

Final Payment

$8,255.00

1046

3/16/2017

Goodco Mechanical

AC unit care during construction

$1,001.39

1047

3/18/2017

Jim Sadler

Microwave reimbursement

$249.00

1047

3/18/2017

Jim Sadler

Smoke alarms (1 check for two items)

$250.73

1048

3/18/2017

Denny Shank

Items for house

$73.70

1049

3/26/2017

George Simpson

trout stocking

$250.00

1050

3/30/2017

Jeff Knode

reimbursement for Valley Ag & Turf

$138.48

1051

4/5/2017

TJ Maxx

kitchen supplies

$39.16

1052

4/11/2017

VOID - Greg Trout

VOIDED

$0.00

1053

4/20/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$80.87

OL001

4/28/2017

Parks Garbage Service, Inc

3/22/2017 pickup

$48.00

OL002

5/16/2017

Erie Insurance Exchange

Ultraflex Renewal

$2,668.00

1054

5/8/2017

Sootslayer Chimney Sweeps

downpayment on flue reapirs

$3,777.11

1055

5/8/2017

Jim Sadler

food advance for Special Projects

$350.00

1056

5/20/2017

Jim Sadler

AED for camp

$1,295.00

1057

5/20/2017

Jeff Knode

parts for mower

$219.06

1058

5/20/2017

Martin Yoder

numerous checks

$4,294.25

1059

5/20/2017

Neal Grove

paint and painting supplies

$69.40

OL003

5/24/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$65.36

1060

6/9/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$9,197.80

1061

6/9/2017

Sunrise Masonry

exterior chimney repair (deposit)

$900.00

1062

6/9/2017

George Simpson

donation from Craig Eisenhart for stocking

$50.00

OL004

6/12/2017

Verizon

phone bill

$43.89

OL005

6/15/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$70.87

1063

6/23/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$711.15

1064

6/23/2017

Dan Dainty

kitchen items (see Banquet minutes for permission)

$97.61

OL007

6/26/2017

Verizon

phone bill

$45.57

1065

6/28/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$1,040.51

OL006

6/29/2017

Parks Garbage Service, Inc

5/17/2017 pickup

$68.00

1066

7/6/2017

Jackson Township T/C (due8/31)

School Taxes

$2,512.97

1067

7/6/2017

Sootslayer Chimney Sweeps

Final Payment

$3,777.00

1068

7/6/2017

Dan Dainty

per diem

$600.00

1069

7/6/2017

Dan Dainty

stock certificates

$293.55

1070

7/6/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$6,224.25

OL008

7/14/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$87.63

OL009

7/14/2017

Parks Garbage Service, Inc

6/14/2017 pickup

$46.00

1071

7/14/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$544.90

1072

7/21/2017

Mike Garrity

food advance for Father/Son

$350.00

OL010

7/24/2017

Verizon

phone bill

$48.24

1073

8/5/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$11,490.39

OL011

8/7/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$98.08

DBT

8/10/2017

Hellers Gas

propane-8-8-2017

$309.50

1074

8/12/2017

Sunrise Masonry

Final payment exterior chimney repiar

$1,835.00

1075

8/18/2017

Neal Grove

reimbursement for new mattresses

$1,717.01

1076

8/20/2017

Jeff Knode

reimbursement for new mattresses

$953.89

OL012

8/22/2017

Verizon

phone bill

$47.61

1077

8/30/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$3,302.98

DBT

9/1/2017

Amazon.com

mattress covers

$299.70

OL013

9/8/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$77.60

1078

9/8/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$1,716.45

OL014

9/18/2017

Parks Garbage Service, Inc

7/26/2017 & 8/23/2017 pickus

$112.00

1079

9/19/2017

Frederick Lock & Key

new house and gate locks

$431.58

OL015

9/25/2017

Verizon

phone bill

$47.08

1080

9/28/2017

VOID

VOIDED

$0.00

1081

9/28/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$1,213.63

1082

10/6/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$2,496.78

1083

10/6/2017

Dan Dainty

reimburse for xfer station fees to dispose of matresses

$44.80

OL016

10/9/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$63.16

1084

10/24/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$1,550.00

1085

10/24/2017

Greg Trout

reimburse for truck/fuel to move kitchen cabinets

$211.99

1086

10/24/2017

George Simpson

bug spraying - 37 oz @ 1.9345/oz

$71.58

OL017

10/25/2017

Verizon

phone

$47.54

OL018

11/8/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$77.60

OL019

11/10/2017

Parks Garbage Service, Inc.

10/25/2017 pickup

$47.08

1087

11/21/2017

JTB Mechanicals, Inc.

Inv. #107451 - oven recalibration & stove

$169.60

1088

11/21/2017

Neal Grove

Food Advance for Deer Camp

$600.00

OL020

11/24/2017

Verizon

phone

$47.96

1089

11/30/2017

Martin Yoder

timber

$400.00

OL021

12/5/2017

Amerigas

unscheduled fill-up 135.3@$2.60

$390.32

OL022

12/5/2017

Valley Rural Electric

electric

$66.09

OL023

12/8/2017

Neal Grove

new light on porch

$19.19

OL024

12/23/2017

Verizon

phone

$55.52

1090

12/26/2017

Jeff Knode

fuel & trimmer line for mowing

$77.47

1091

12/26/2017

Pat O'Neil

stock redemption

$20.00

page 6

Stone Creek Camp Usage

FUNCTIONS

2008

 

2009

 

2010

 

2011

 

2012

 

2013

 

2014

 

2015

 

2016

 

2017

 

Woodcutters I

56.00

 

14.00

 

91.00

 

77.00

 

49.00

 

70.00

 

42.00

 

35.00

19

20.00

19

0.00

 

Woodcutters II

35.00

 

49.00

 

49.00

 

21.00

 

56.00

 

42.00

 

21.00

 

77.00

21

100.00

22

210.00

31

Special Projects

28.00

 

0.00

 

21.00

 

14.00

 

7.00

 

14.00

 

7.00

 

14.00

13

25.00

24

45.00

13

Fish Camp

92.00

 

98.00

 

163.00

 

130.00

 

125.00

 

144.00

 

125.00

 

168.00

23

230.00

20

135.00

16

Banquet

0.00

 

14.00

 

49.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

21.00

 

7.00

7

0.00

13

20.00

12

Golf

                           

10.00

2

0.00

 

0.00

 

Father Son

30.00

 

62.00

 

46.00

 

76.00

 

118.00

 

86.00

 

55.00

 

104.00

17

270.00

25

320.00

25

Work Weekend

56.00

 

7.00

 

42.00

 

14.00

 

21.00

 

14.00

 

14.00

 

35.00

17

20.00

12

30.00

12

Posting

28.00

 

14.00

 

28.00

 

14.00

 

77.00

 

28.00

 

21.00

 

7.00

17

80.00

23

80.00

25

Turkey

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

Bear

0.00

 

10.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

26.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

Deer Camp

224.00

 

166.00

 

136.00

 

156.00

 

95.00

 

95.00

 

165.00

 

109.00

11

180.00

12

180.00

17

Special Work Function

0.00

 

14.00

 

7.00

 

0.00

 

35.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

 

0.00

12

TOTAL FUNCTION

549.00

 

448.00

 

632.00

 

502.00

 

583.00

 

519.00

 

471.00

 

566.00

 

925.00

 

1,020.00

 

MEMBERS

2008

 

2009

 

2010

 

2011

 

2012

 

2013

 

2014

 

2015

 

2016

 

2017

 

Matt Byerly

                   

90.00

1

               

Rick Byerly

146.00

1

       

289.00

1

274.00

1

208.00

1

279.00

2

249.00

1

330.00

1

   

Dan Dainty

                   

172.00

1

       

5.00

1

   

Bob Drawl

72.00

1

87.00

1

178.00

2

       

12.00

1

33.00

1

182.00

2

315.00

1

385.00

1

Michael Garrity

0.00

 

468.00

3

403.00

2

95.00

4

186.00

1

253.00

4

311.00

5

20.00

2

320.00

2

290.00

5

Neal Grove

                                   

205.00

3

Pat Goymerac

                       

411.00

1

           

Earl Hewitt IV

                       

122.00

1

   

380.00

1

90.00

1

Herman Hofacker

0.00

 

10.00

1

                               

Fred Johnston

389.00

1

         

1

294.00

1

   

29.00

1

           

Jeff Knode

       

26.00

1

               

118.00

1

       

Lee Knode

62.00

1

81.00

3

49.00

1

56.00

1

   

35.00

1

               

Kevin Lear

20.00

2

33.00

2

160.00

1

120.00

5

   

42.00

1

145.00

4

           

Bryan McCarthy

           

20.00

1

20.00

1

20.00

1

30.00

1

           

Len Meneely

121.00

2

116.00

4

87.00

3

75.00

3

51.00

1

10.00

1

42.00

4

38.00

2

       

Michael Meneely

12.00

1

12.00

1

50.00

1

25.00

2

248.00

2

48.00

1

111.00

1

66.00

2

165.00

1

   

Jason Mibroda

68.00

1

48.00

1

120.00

2

10.00

1

           

119.00

2

       

Ross Miller

56.00

1

136.00

1

130.00

1

52.00

1

40.00

1

40.00

1

           

80.00

1

Jim McFalls

   

208.00

2

96.00

1

183.00

3

110.00

1

       

31.00

1

35.00

1

   

Ken Moreau

               

160.00