MINUTES FOR THE MEMBERS MEETING
November 13, 2019
17 Directors/Members in Attendance
Meeting was called to order by President, Bob Chase at 7:00 p.m.
Pledged allegiance to the flag.
Roll call was read by Mark and accepted.
Secretary’s report for Member’s Meeting held on October 9, 2019 was read and accepted. All in favor.
Treasurer’s report was read by Garrick Locke and accepted.
Membership is slow, but renewals are going great. Read new members names – motion was made and seconded to accept new members. All in favor.
31 new members.
192 Family memberships, 4 new for a total of 392.
248 Individual memberships, 5 new, for a total of 253.
391 Senior memberships, 3 new, for a total of 394.
35 Life member are registered. (not cleared of deceased LM)
Total Membership – 878
Total Members – 1074
Guest passes from 10/11 through November 13 – 34
Getting darned cold out there, but the fire was warm. Skeet going well. Have a good charge of birds that should get us through the winter.
Pistol Range – 174 members, 22 guests, 22 range officer visits. Targets changed by Tony on October 6 were 1, 3 and 4 and on 10/13 were 6 and 8.
Rifle Range – 196 members, 23 guests, 21 range officer visits. Chris changed target 8 (wind damage) on 10/27.
Patterning Range – 5 members
Garrick mentioned to Chris about budgets for next year and that he would have to find out what the costs would be for new the targets at the patterning range.
Range Officer – Clarence said that he had no problems at the rifle range, but Chris mentioned that he found broken glass at one of the 100 yard targets, a pepsi can at the 50 yard target and on the pistol range there was an empty ammo box used as a target. All unacceptable. Rose will post something on the website as well as Facebook regarding this issue. Clarence mentioned that they have a chief, deputy chief, 10 range officers and 4 vacancies. Clarence thanked the range officers for all they do.
Done for the year. Very quiet year.
Nothing to report.
Brian said that the target houses were built and the bag targets were hung. Range is fully functional.
No news – waiting to hear back from Lisa Gelinas. I continue to email Lisa to get her key and have her take the Pack’s belongings, but she does not respond. I will continue to email her.
Mark said dam was sprayed last week and a trapper has trapped 6 to 7 beavers so far. Thinks the trapper got the whole family.
National Wildlife Federation
No report as Tony was not there.
Working on the disclosure form for skeet. Once done it will be brought up at the next director’s meeting. Rose needs dates for orientation for 2020. Clarence said he did not have it yet, but will get it to her as soon as he has scheduled the same.
Christy said we received requests from 2 children so far. Names were submitted to Barry Camp. Do we need to vote once all of the names are in?
Christy mentioned that she could put dates on Facebook once they were established. Graduated around 26 for hunter’s safety this past year.
Christy’s class for introduction to hand guns for women on November 9 was a great success. No new classes scheduled yet, but will let us know shortly.
Clarence ordered some new t-shirts for the club. Ed ordered a jacket and Clarence ordered a sweatshirt. We can order what people want. Just have to let him know.
R.O. Pierre Bakis asked when the metal targets would be installed on the patterning range. Mark said he has not had the time to do it yet, but will in the near future.
Mark mentioned that the brush hog project has been completed.
Motion made by Bill K. to adjourn. All in favor.