Bob Semerau

Bob Semerau

The many years I have spent running my own business gives me a unique perspective on managing projects and creating effective programs. Coupled with the ten years I have been writing for Western Outdoor News these experiences have allowed me a set of skills perfectly suited for the OWAC Board of Directors. During my tenure as OWAC Vice President we have achieved substantial progress in the way OWAC operates and how we serve our membership. These contributions have been some of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences of my professional life. The further development of the craft awards program, working with each successive chair person, is among the many progressive developments I have accomplished as a volunteer on the OWAC Board. My interest in making OWAC work better, adding value both professionally and personally for each member, is the driving force behind my desire to stay aboard and complete initiatives recently begun. I seek your vote for re-election to the board so I may further the cause of OWAC and its membership and help it to continue to build as a unique, and outstanding, professional organization.

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Bob Semerau

From the desk of OWAC Executive Director, Bob Semerau

Spring is rolling along, and summer is just around the corner. Our OWAC Spring conference commences next week on May 10, 2022, at Big Bear Lake, California and will be an excellent opportunity for attendees to get out and enjoy the outdoor mountain life.

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Bob Semerau

Wild outdoor photography

Hard as we try we don’t always get the perfect shot. But on occasion, sometimes fickle as the seasons, the subject simply comes into view.

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Bob Semerau

Executive Director Message

November 15, 2021, OWAC general membership will convene at the beautiful and inspiring town of Sonora, California, hosted by Tuolumne County’s Go Tuolumne organization.

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Bob Semerau

Mac Daddy returns

Owner operator, Scott McDaniels, had been out of the wheelhouse for a while. Sidelined when, after 20-years of fighting chronic embolisms in his left leg, the skipper decided to have the thing removed.

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