BCH of Idaho Annual Convention & Banquet March 24th, Coeur d' Alene, ID The Panhandle Chapter really out did themselves for the convention. The facilities were fantastic and Saturday Nights Dinner sure was good! The restaurant in the motel had good reasonable priced food, so was real handy to just eat there and not have to deal with the traffic.
Guest Speaker; An employee from Hayburn State Park who has been involved with stock his whole life is making many improvements for stock at the park He presentation had some gresat scenery pictures. A very good presentation on horse chiropractic was also part of the agenda. A proposal on trails in the Frank Church Wilderness and another to list the state's annual reports on the BCHA Website rather than on CD's were approved. BCHI National Directors will be presenting these two proposals from Idaho at the BCHA Directors meeting next month. Another proposal addressing BCHI concerns over not replacing the packer at the Locsha Historical Ranger Station and closing the Station to the public was presented by North Central Idaho Chapter and also approved.
These are just some of the many items of business and pleasure at the convention.
There was also a silent and live auction and the photo contest.