directors' updates

February 2018 Security Update

We are still having problems with members not being familiar with the range rules which could cause a safety problem. Please stay abreast of the club rules to avoid any problems.

I noticed that there is not a first aid kit in the indoor range. I have ordered one and will install it in the range.

-Bill MacKenzie

February 2018 Community Relations Update

2018 scholarship form is on the website. 4 scholarships ($500 each) will be awarded to club members’ children,including grandchildren.

2018 request for Mass Junior conservation camp. Youths must be between 13 and 17 years old. Open to members’ children and grandchildren. We will be sponsoring 2 campers.

Both requests must be received by April 1, 2018.

-Steve Cooper

February 2018 Archery Update

Due to the cold weather the completion of the archery wall between the practice range and trap will have to be finished in the spring.

We are having a 3D archery shoot on March 31st, proceeds will be donated to charity.

The shoot is open to members, guests and the public; there will be cash prizes and a 50/50 competition after you complete the course.

There will be two shooting stations set up at each target, one for recurve and one for compound bow shooters; we have a total of 30 targets set up.

January 2018 Community Relations Update

The children’s Christmas party was held on Dec 17. A great time was had by all,about 30 children attended. Many thanks to Frosty The Snowman (Al Croteau), Santa’s Elf (Talia Pasco) and the special guest Santa (Kevin O’Leary). A special thanks to Donna Rochon for the awesome Snowman cake, Frank for the treats from the kitchen, Guy for the fruit punch and Jimmy for taking pictures. This event would not have happened without Brad and his email blasts.

January 2018 Security Update

I still receive complaints about members not adhering to range rules. The main violations are those of members bringing in guests and allowing them to use multiple shooting ports and not staying within arms length of their guests. These are range rule violations and will be investigated and the results will be brought before the Board of Directors.

Please read your range rules to avoid any safety issues that could turn into unintended consequences.

-Bill McKenzie

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