President Colin welcomed the members attending and discussed the bus trip with Rennie’s again providing the transport at a fair price. With 20 names now up members are reminded that with a cap of 24 places their seat is not guaranteed until paid for.
Colin asked members to ensure that all rubbish is binned and cups etc returned to the canteen. The sheet is also up for the next KAS meal which will be held at the Jasmine Indian Restaurant in Glenrothes on the 28th of September at 7:30pm.
Eric handed in a letter to the club from Fair City Aquarist Society asking if the club would be able to donate a prize to the upcoming Open Show and Auction. A prize was donated.
Colin asked members if they were experiencing any issues and while members were not experiencing many fish related problems. Andy and Pauline shared some humorous stories involving their dog. In constructing his fish shed Andy has had to contend with having his progress sabotaged by one of man’s best friend who has a fondness for both and king span.
Members shared their thoughts on shops they recently visited with some members feeling the choice available recently has been not as good as usual. Brian was asked how his fish shed was coming along and he advised that barring the fact he still does not have a shed its going very well.
The meeting then broke for tea and the raffle. Next week is table show no 7 members are encouraged to bring some entries especially as the previous table show was so poor in both entries and exhibitors.