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TCMA BOD elections Results

With elections coming to a close last night for the TCMA Board of Directors I would like to congratulate the winners. Linda Palit, Greg Mosier, Juliana Rincón, Ken Demarest, and Andy Edwards are the latest additions to the Board of Directors. Please take some time and thank them for stepping up to help preserve and conserve our beloved caves and karst. Gregg  

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TCMA elections are live and WORKING

I just voted and everything seems to be working well. Please check your inbox now for your ballot.  If you know you are a paid member and haven’t received your ballot please let me know. Gregg

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Some technical difficulties

I suspect there still may be some problems with the election. I will address them after the Robber Baron open house today and hopefully have everything fixed soon. If you have problems voting please sit tight for a little bit and let me sort things out. Gregg

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2018 Board of Directors Election

The elections for the 2018 Board of Directors will be taking place starting at midnight tonight. Check your email for your chance to weigh in. Since they were delayed a little by some technical difficulties voting will be available until December 1st. Please visit the elections page for candidate information

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Tours at the Robber Baron Open House

The Robber Baron Open House is Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and we hope you can attend! Even though advance reservations are now full, they are NOT required to take the regular self-guided tour to explore portions of the cave on your own. Just show up when convenient, sign in, get a number and when your number is called, your party can get their gear and go in. While you are waiting, there will be booths to visit with information from the Edwards Aquifer Authority, Bat Conservation International, San Antonio Master Naturalists, and others. Also, there will be a food truck from Cheezy Jane’s during lunchtime. As always, sturdy shoes and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty are highly recommended. Admission is free, but a $5/person donation is requested to support the cave. So, come and check out a wild cave right in the heart of San Antonio!

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