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CLUB NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

New Outdoor Range Hours
Posted: February 12, 2020 at 11:03 am by Nick Wagner

Good news! More shooting hours. Beginning April 1, 2020 shooting hours at the
Outdoor Range will start at 9:00 AM and end at the current closing time – 9:00
PM or Sunset whichever occurs first.

If you are not an RSO or a Self-Supervised Shooter (SSS) you still may only use the
range when an RSO is present. The RSO schedule will remain 10:00 AM until 4:00
PM on calendar posted days.




2020 SMGC BOD ELECTION RESULTS
Posted: January 9, 2020 at 12:01 am by Nick Wagner

Congratulations to this year’s elected BOD members:

PRESIDENT: CORY BAILES
VICE PRESIDENT: GREG VAUGHAN
SECRETARY: JEAN DeSAVAGE
TREASURER: CHRIS MARTIN
MEMBERSHIP: GEORGE HAUS
SAFETY DIRECTOR: TIMOTHY BUNCH
DIRECTOR AT LARGE: JOHN AYERS
DIRECTOR AT LARGE: GREG ANDERSON
DIRECTOR AT LARGE: MIKE NELSON




NRA RSO Class – February 22, 2020 8a-5p
Posted: December 20, 2019 at 6:45 pm by Nick Wagner

This (up to) 9 hour class is offered to SMGC members in good standing. The NRA Range Safety Officer certification is portable to other shooting venues and clubs. Class size is limited by the size of the clubhouse. The class is free of charge to members. What is asked in return is that you work as an RSO four or more shifts a year keeping our ranges safe for use by our general members.

Requirements for the class:

  • Experienced shooter with a solid working knowledge of general firearm safety principles.
  • SMGC member (exceptions may be made  if there are slots available)
  • Willing to work as an RSO on either the weekend or weekday schedule.

Interested members should send their request to enroll to Dave Geiger along with with their prox card number and phone number.




JANUARY 8, 2020 BOD ELECTIONS
Posted: December 12, 2019 at 10:00 am by Nick Wagner

We are currently accepting short resumes for the SMGC Board Of Directors which members vote on at our first BOD meeting of the new year on January 8, 2020.

Please submit a short document describing your interest in the club and how you feel you are a good choice for the board position.  All positions are open for submissions.

Positions:
PRESIDENT
VICE-PRESIDENT
TREASURER
SECRETARY
SAFETY OFFICER
MEMBERSHIP
DIRECTOR AT LARGE (3 positions)

Please submit your resume to Jean at smgcwomen@gmail.com




Self Supervised Shooter Class Change
Posted: December 11, 2019 at 9:36 pm by Nick Wagner

We are doing a Minor change to the SSS Class starting 1 January 2020.

From now on We will not be doing monthly SSS Classes instead for the Wednesday and the Saturday classes will be held when there are enough Signups to run a class. From now on send an email and when there are at least 4 people a class will be run.

Send your email to: billdesavage@yahoo.com You will receive an acknowledgement and will be contacted when the class is scheduled.




Tom McKenna
Posted: July 27, 2019 at 12:44 pm by Nick Wagner

It saddens the board members, and other members of our club who have already heard the news, to announce that our club president, Tom McKenna, passed away July 25.

More details will follow in the near future, but you can read his obituary here.




Outdoor Range Speed Limit
Posted: May 23, 2019 at 6:40 pm by Tom McKenna

It has come to our attention, from several different sources, that the Ten (10) Mile Per Hour posted speed limit is being ignored by a significant number of members and/or guests.

The reason for the ten (10) mile per hour speed limit is not only dust control but also to control the increase in structural loss to the dirt drive, especially with all the rain we have had of late.

We appreciate that ten miles per hour is painfully slow but frankly it is less than a quarter mile in length if even that so PLEASE Keep Your Speed Down…

We appreciate your cooperation.




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