2020 Winter Doubles Wobbles Competition

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Trap Champions Honored

ASC Trap Champions, Angelo Varvounis, Eddie Pasco and Adam Karas were honored during our December Membership Meeting.

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Shriners Annual Feztival of Trees

ASC recently sponsored two trees at the Annual Feztival of Trees and Craft Show.  The Club donated a tree with $1000.00 worth of lottery tickets on it and a second tree with camping equipment.

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President's Message - December 2019

I believe 2019 can be accurately described as another successful year of ASC operations involving all departments.

As we close 2019 it is appropriate that we express our appreciation to Mike Pierce upon his retirement as Facilities Director due to increasing work related demands on his time.

Skip Waelty, a long time ASC member,  is  Mike’s successor in the expanded position of Facilities Support Director. Skip brings to that position extraordinary expertise in all matters regarding the club’s ever expanding facilities.

Consistent with modern business practices a Project Management position has been  established within the office of the Financial Director. This position combines under a single responsibility all project development efforts from concept through completion. It is a well-established fact that a Project Management approach, versus  responsibilities spread among multiple departments,  will provide greater efficiency, fewer mistakes and more accurate financial planning.

Further enhancing the reputation of ASC as being a respected member of our community is our ever-growing participation in community activities and the financial support we provide several worthy causes.

The message we want to unrelentingly stress is that ASC is a friendly,  caring, family oriented club and to that end:

  1. We have an unusually extensive training department I believe to be second to none within the Sportsmen’s Club's community. During 2019 approximately 110 training classes will have been conducted for all family members, both youth and adults, conducted by a sizeable staff of certified instructors.
  2. We have a zero tolerance policy with respect to safety violations. Our accident prevention efforts include; new member orientation, a wide range of safety training courses,  published and enforced By Laws and Range Rules, an extensive  24/7 surveillance system  that assists in rapid safety violation identification and appropriate disciplinary response procedures and a substantial cadre of qualified range safety officers.

Our expanding physical facilities and related supporting activities offers increasing opportunities for the enjoyment of all ASC members. Needless to say, those efforts will continue unabated in the future.

I end my 2019  year end  report by pointing out that the rigid financial controls we established several years ago continue to insure that ASC remains in a sound financial position notwithstanding significant investments in physical facilities and annually increasing operating costs.

On behalf of your entire Board of Directors I wish all members and their families a joyous and safe Christmas Season and a healthy and prosperous new year in 2020

Sincerely,
Dick Reichter, President

Board of Directors Quarterly Update - December 2019

The Quarterly Board of Directors reports are as follows for December 2019.

To read the reports, please click the "Read More" link on the bottom right of this post.

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