We hope you’ve had a great summer full of exciting caving trips! Now that the snow is flying, it seems like a great time to focus on grotto updates, and the biggest one we have is a new secretary!
But before we do that, we’d like to thank departing secretary Carl Froslie for his years of hard work and dedication to the NRMG, and we wish him lots of luck as he focuses on his new job and relationship. Congratulations Carl!
Will Boekel has graciously stepped up and volunteered to be the new secretary of the NRMG. While perhaps not quite as strong at juggling and street luge, we think that Will is the perfect candidate for the job!
“I was born and raised in Denver, CO. Moved up to Bozeman, MT for college in 2011. I am currently in the Laser and Photonics Technician Program at Montana State University and will also be working on my mechanical engineering degree. I began caving in 2005 visiting a friend back in West Virginia and have since gone caving in a few states. Most of my caving involves photography but I enjoy other kinds of trips as well. I am also very involved in Yellowstone National Park with researching the geysers there and volunteering under interpretation at the Old Faithful Visitor Center.”
-Will Boekel, Secretary of the Northern Rocky Mountain Grotto