Ever wonder what happens to those registers you sign on summits?
Thanks to an initiative mostly from highpoint liaison chairman Stony Burk the Club has begun saving historic registers. He just turned over the reigsters from Granite and Borah Peaks for safekeeping.
I think Granite needs a new canister since a summit creature has eaten into a corner and found the register to be pretty tasty.
The Club (thanks mostly to Stony’s efforts) keeps historic registers for Rhode Island, Connecticut, Indiana, Wisconsin, Idaho, Montana, Mississippi and Michigan.
Continue reading Club’s Summit Register Initiative
The Highpointers Club gave five Frank Ashley awards for work in South Carolina, Indiana, District of Columbia
Continue reading 2005 Frank Ashley Awards for Work on DC, IN and SC and Newsletter Column
The new private owners of the Jerimoth Hill — Jeff and Deb Mosley — authorized the Highpointers Club to build a new trail to the Jerimoth Hill summit.
Continue reading Highpointers Build New Trail to Jerimoth Hill With Sanction of New Owners
A bronze plaque honoring club founder Jakk Longacre was unveiled at the 2005 convention in New Hampshire.
Continue reading Jakk Longacre Plaque Unveiled for Missouri Memorial