I am an out of towner; with ties to the LAKER crew. I am also the director of the FVRA, Inc. which is a not for profit, formed primarily to support sports other than disc golf (though, I had planned to, and it appears that it will be happening sooner rather than later; for disc golf to be a portion of our endeavors). I, personally, have spent 20+ years giving to the sport of disc golf; without ever expecting any return. Most contributors to our sport have done the same. However, as I'm sure many of you have noticed, this dynamic is changing somewhat; largely out of necessity. You have elected board members. It then becomes their responsibility to behave in your best interests. They should also be providing detailed financial reports. If this is being done correctly, then you have to believe they are acting in your interests as a club. If not, then election time is the time to make changes. In the meantime, they must be allowed to perform the duties they were elected to perform. Fuel costs are a portion of the cost of business. Everyone simply needs to be accurate and above board as regards documentation.