President Colin welcomed the members to the meeting and began by giving a run through of the current club business. The club poloshirts are now with Joe so members whoh have ordered them are encouraged to get their money to Joe and pickup their polo shirts as soon as they are able.
Colin mentioned again that the committee was pleased to welcome James Muir as Open Show manager and that the posts of assistant Open Show manager are still available.The sheets for the meal at Bella Italia and the bus trip are up and filling up don’t forget to get your names up if your planning on going to these events.
As this week was an off meeting therewas no specific subject for the evening with members able to bring up or discuss anything they wished. Colin began with a humourous story about his and Brians less than perfect foray into being Aquatic Vetinarians Brian pointed out the fish is still fine so this technically can be counted as a success!
Rab Rennie discussed his ongoing efforts into breeding Neon Tetras and while fry so far have been less than hoped he will be varying some of the parameters and will report back on his progress. John asked about the club possibly having another shop tour and Jean gave a rundown of the shops Livingston club visited on their latest trip it was thought to be a good idea and more consideration will be given to seeing if a new shop tour can be put together.
Members also discussed other fish they had been breeding recently or had purchased. After a enjoyable hour or so the meeting took a break for refreshments and to draw the raffle.
Glenrothes A.S have their open show and auction this Sunday (19th) at Stenton Jubilee Community Centre in Glenrothes and the following evening (20th) KAS is pleased to welcome Colin Dunlop who will be giving a talk on Labarynth Fish