NATIONAL CAPITAL CHAPTER

National Capital Chapter
Officers and Directors
for 2017-18:
Officers:

President—Andrew Reichardt
Vice President—Mark Binsted
Treasurer—Josh Young
Secretary—Lynn Scholz 
Immed. Past President—Tom Mann Directors: 
Sandy Burk
Alan Cohen
George Gaines 
Don Hinds

Lucas Kelly
Fred Parmenter
Dan Sheesley
Frank Smith, Emeritus

 The Mid-Atlantic Council of 
Trout Unlimited

The National Capital Chapter is one of several that make up the Mid-Atlantic Council of Trout Unlimited (MAC):
the other Chapters are the Nemacolin, Youghiogheny, Seneca Valley, Potomac–Patuxent, Patapsco Valley and Maryland Chapters of Trout Unlimited as well as the “at-large” members residing in Delaware. It is through this regional coordination that TU can accomplish more than any one Chapter.
  

The Mid-Atlantic Council of Trout Unlimited has two new Communications Channels: a new website, http://midatlanticcouncil.tu.org. You can also find it at MAC-TU.ORG. The old site has been reconfigured to be a pointer to the new site. Please take a few minutes and browse the content which includes a calendar, MAC documents, information on leadership development and conservation to help chapters. The site is administered primarily by Marc Hutzell, hutzz73@icloud.com.  
The MAC also has a new Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TUmidatlantic. Visit today and support your Chapter and the Mid-Atlantic Council. 


THE CHAPTER HAS A FACEBOOK PAGE
Become a FAN! Find out where folks are fishing... How they did... Post Photos... Find folks to fish with...
VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE:
Trout Unlimited-National Capital Chapter
:
https://www.facebook.com/ncctu/

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Shown below are pictures of the Conococheague Creek restoration project on the site of the former Birch Run Dam. 

The National Capital Chapter of Trout Unlimited (NCC-TU) is one of many local chapters of our parent organization, TROUT UNLIMITED, a non-profit organization established to protect, enhance, and restore coldwater fishing resources of North America. Our chapter's concentration is on the coldwater resources of the Mid-Atlantic region. The Chapter is run solely by volunteer enthusiasts with locally raised funds.