The Ottenhofen Warriors, Soldiers and Comradeship Association held its general meeting in the “Camillo” inn.
Chairman Rainer Schwacher announced that he would not be running again in the elections next year.
Now the club has to look for a new candidate.
– "It's no longer possible," said Schwartzer.
He really hopes that someone can be found who wants to continue in the office.
He was happy about the surprisingly good attendance: 23 comrades had come.
He honored five of these members for their many years of loyalty to the association.
Anton Holbinger, Lambert Deutinger, Adolf Fischer and Georg Oberhuber have been members of the association for 50 years.
Karl Brandl has been with us for 35 years.
In a short review of the year, secretary Petra Neitzel recalled the dedication of the altar, at which the association was present with a delegation of flags.
At the summer festival, the club had bad luck and made a minus of 14 euros.
The reason for this was probably festival fatigue, since the warriors were the last club to organize such a festival.
Christian Neitzel's cash report also showed a three-digit minus.
In the meeting, Schwacher announced concrete proposals for the coming year: The summer festival on August 5th could take place on Maibaumplatz.
Mayor Nicole Schley said that the place had its advantages due to electricity and water connections.
Overall, according to the chairman, it will probably be smaller.
The Maibaumstüberl will be set up in the center of the village this year.
The maypole friends are still looking for staff for the maypole guard.
According to Schwartzer, the club could fly the flag here.
The Chairman also announced the joint outing with the Gartlers on September 9th.
"It will definitely be a great day." This year, perhaps, a presence at "Ottenhofen celebrates Advent" should be made possible again.
Mayor Nicole Schley thanked the community for the commitment of the association, especially on the day of commemoration.
Of course, she also observes that the younger generation is not coming, but emphasized: "I still think that's very important."