Next Club Meeting

Elections !

Date:  April 7, 2018 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Location:  Home of Shane Hemphill
                 2177 S. Memphis St.
                 Aurora,CO 80013

We are proud to announce that we now have at least one nomination for each Koi Club Board position. They are Jay Quiring - president, Juergen Schreiber-v.p., Barb Flowers - secretary, Ed Painz- treasurer, at large board members- Shane Hemphill, Susan Yost, John Chavis, Rob Hall, Ken Thornbury, Ron Calvert. We need you to vote and approve these nominations at our next scheduled member meeting being held on Saturday, April 7, from 4 to 6 PM. If there is anyone else who would like to run for a koi board position then please send us your nomination and we will add it to the ballet. You may also volunteer for our special events throughout the year. In the Fall of 2017 we have not had enough people at our election meetings to vote. IF YOU WANT THE CLUB TO CONTINUE TO OPERATE IN 2018, WE NEED AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE TO BE AT THE JUNE 7TH MEETING!

We ask that everyone bring a side dish and a dessert to share and the main course will be provided by our host.

We have been informed that KHV (koi herbies virus) has reappeared. Therefore we have not decided if we are going to hold our Annual Koi Auction in May. We will decide once the new koi board is in place.

Besides our election, the April meeting program will cover "How to divide and re-pot lilies, re-pot a lotus, and fertilize the plants. Most lilies need to be re-potted every two years because they become root bound.


Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Koi Club

The purpose of the club is to bring together people with similar interests, koi and ponds, giving them the chance to share their knowledge and experiences. The club is open to all. There are many activities throughout the year - meetings, auction, pond tour, koi show and so on.

Club membership entitles you to all these benefits plus ten issues of our great newsletter per year which is full of interesting articles, contact information for different concerns you might have about your pond and koi, schedule of events and more detailed information about the current club events. You also become a member, through the club, of Associated Koi Clubs of America (AKCA) which is the national organization of koi clubs. Visit their website by clicking on their logo at left. There are about 85 clubs nationwide that belong to AKCA.

Please feel free to contact any of the people listed in the Contact Us section of our website.

Thanks for visiting our website. We hope to see you soon!

Juergen Schreiber,
Vice President, RMKC


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