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Presentation and Q&A on the Changes From H.4376

Comm2A, a 501(c)(3) organization in MA dedicated to using the federal courts to win back access to Second Amendment rights, has put together a primer for gun owners (http://www.comm2a.org/images/PDFs/h_4376_explained.pdf) on what has changed for gun owners with the passage of the H.4376 bill passed in August 2014.

They will also be at the September member's meeting (Sept. 11th) to go over the changes and a Q&A session.

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Youth Badge Enforcement Begins August 1st

Beginning August 1st, 2014, the club will begin to enforce the youth badge rule. This rule requires all youths under the age of 18 to display a club issued youth badge when on any firearm range.

To review the relevant rules, please see rules 4.11 and 5.12 of the rulebook. For more infomation on how to obtain a youth badge, please see the Youth Program page.

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New Member Orientations

If you have been voted in as a member, but have not yet completed a range orientation (and therefore not yet received your packet and keycard), Al Croteau will be available on Wednesdays at 3pm and 7pm to give orientations.

Please contact Al at littlee195hillside@yahoo.com to arrange for an orientation time and date.

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Mixup with Andover, CT Military Rifle Shoot

We have received some inquiries regarding the military rifle shoot being hosted by the Andover Sportsman's Club of Andover, CT.

We would like to take this opportunity to point this out ahead of time to avoid any further confusion that we are a different club, and will NOT be hosting a military rifle shoot in June.

If you came looking for information on the shoot, please visit the website for the Andover Sportsman's Club of Andover, CT.

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Free Trap Day for Past and Present Service Members on May 25th

We at the Andover Sportsmen's Club would like to thank all past and present service members for their service.

In honor of Memorial Day, we would like to invite any member who has served in the military to come shoot trap for free on Sunday, May 25th.

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Free Sunday Breakfast on Mother's Day for Mothers

On Mother's Day (May 11th), Sunday breakfast will be free for all mothers.

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2014 Spring Work Party

We will be having our Spring Work Party on May 3rd!

Breakfast is from 8am to 9am (free), work starts at 9am, we break for lunch at noon (also free), we finish up jobs after lunch and are generally done by 3pm. All ranges are closed until 3pm.

There will be eight $25 drawings at lunch awarded to those in attendance.

People are needed for all typical work party projects, including:

  • Cleaning kitchen
  • Cleaning windows
  • Field clean up at outdoor range
  • Field clean up at Trap range including hanging nets, picking up "whole" clays, etc.
  • Path clean up at Archery
  • Use of club backpack blower to clean walkways, drive, etc.
  • Power washing: parking lot stains, concrete stains, kitchen exhaust ducts, etc.
  • Wood cutting, splitting, stacking
  • Your insight, advice, suggestions are welcomed even if you don't want to do some of the heavy "lifting"

Tools needed:

  • Power washing equipment (ideally gasoline powered)
  • Containers of gasoline
  • Rakes, shovels, brooms, leaf blowers
  • Any other useful tools 
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Saturday, May 3, 2014 - 8:00am to 3:00pm

Social Committee

The Board of Directors has asked us to provide the membership and their families with some social activities to enjoy at the club. We would like your input on any "Adult Only" or "Family Oriented" functions that you would participate in if the club organized the activities.

Understanding that most families have busy schedules and vacation plans, we will try and have to have these functions on dates and times to include as many members as possible.

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Members' Meeting Enhancement Committee

We would like to enhance our monthly members meeting to be more informative and interesting, and we need your help to do so. As you know, on the 2nd Thursday of each month, a membership meeting is held to update the members on the status of the club and to vote in new members.

We felt that would also be a good time to bring in some other activities into this forum. By gathering your thoughts and ideas of what you would like to have occur at these meetings, we could then go out and see how to make it happen.

So far we have had some topics already proposed:

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Share Your ASC Stories!

The ASC board of directors is documenting the club's history and has asked member Randall H. Miller to manage the project. The final product will highlight significant dates and developments in the club's evolution. However, since the organization is ultimately about the bonds between like-minded men and women, your stories are equally important!

Can you recall any significant events, developments, or experiences that you'd like to share? Can you remember a particularly strong showing at a competition? Have you witnessed acts of generosity between club members or something that still makes you laugh when you think about it? If so, please take the time to write up your favorite stories to the best of your recollection and as clearly as possible and email them to rhm@randallhmiller.com. He will serve as the collection point and copyedit everything prior to any publishing on the ASC website. Additionally, please invite other members to do the same if you know of anyone with an interesting story to tell.

The ASC has a long and distinguished history but we need your help to document that history for future generations. Don't be shy!

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