President Colin welcomed members to the meeting and thanked everyone who came along and made Sundays KAS auction with Ken once again performing the auctioneer duties and doing a great job of getting lots sold. Early figures look like the event has been a success for the club and we would like to thank all those who came along to buy and sell and hope everyone enjoyed the auction.
After members shared what they thought of the auction and what they had bought including a nice pair of speckled swordtails and some shadow catfish.as well as several bargains on the rift valley front. Small tweaks were suggested for the next event based on feedback and generally agreed upon. Colin mentioned that the bus trip list is filling up with more people paying for their seats and that seats are not guaranteed until paid for.
The meeting then became quite light hearted with many members sharing some non necessarily fish related stories and having a good evening. The sheet for people to add their names to for the KAS meal at Chapel Home Farm will be going up next week. The meeting then took a break for refreshment and the raffle to be drawn Sunday is the Scottish Aquarist Festival open show, supreme championship and auction, auction starts at 1pm with doors opening and then on Monday KAS is lucky enough to welcome Terry Scott back to give a talk on reptiles.