Meeting Minutes March 14, 2022
7:00 pm – Board of Directors met prior to the general membership meeting. These are the items that were discussed:
· Steve said the floor in the hall will be getting stripped and waxed.
· Steve began getting some bids to make the front entrance easier to access.
7:33 pm – Meeting was called to order
Introduction of Officers: Mike Cumberland- President, Chris Smith- Treasurer, Brian Jesteadt- Membership, James Hacke- Secretary, Roger Carfangia- Pistol, Mike Ripley- Black Powder(absent), Tom Horstman- Trap(absent).
Treasurer’s Report: Chris read the report.
Bills and Communications: Chris reported that spring taxes are due and will be paid. He also reported that the club’s CDs are getting renewed.
Pop: Steve turned in $14.
Rental Committee Report: March 12th the hall is rented (all day). March 26th outdoor pistol range for the Frolic (all day). April 9th & 10th Penn State range and hall all day.
Pistol Team: Rodger reported for 8 matches from Jan-Mar. They took in $702, had expensed $278, kept $127, and turned in $297. Rodger said the sectional match will be on March 25, 26, and 27. The pistol team gathers on Thursdays at 5 pm to shoot 22 cal. & Centerfire 32, 38, & 45 cal. All welcome to come practice.
Trap Team: Jim reported that the winter trap league brought in $920, had expenses of $852.15, kept $20.36, and turn in $47.50. Also turned in an additional $52.50 from money that weld held back for making change. Practices will resume sometime in the spring.
Black Powder: The frolic will be held on March 26th. There will be a trail shoot and paper targets at the pistol range.
Meat Shoot: Nothing to report this month.
Junior Rifle Team: Mike Ripley is no longer running the Junior Rifle team. Anyone that is interested in taking over please contact Mike or a board of directors.
Fun Indoor Shoot: Barry Deagan has accepted the role to run the fun shoots. He turned in $240. They normally shoot every Monday at 10 am-till the shooting is done. Doors open at 9 am. Everyone is welcome. .22 caliber rifles from a rested position. Closest to bullseye wins a prize.
Membership: Brian collected a total of $1,410, maintenance fund $135, general fund $1,275, key cards $60. New members for the year 2022 are 33. The current membership is 447 senior life/charter members, 606 total club members.
Old Business: Steve still looking for 2 more volunteers for the hall improvement committee.
New Business: Seth Meisel donated some material to update the 100-yard rifle target holders. Jim said he is going to look into getting some new lawn care tools (shovels, rakes, etc…).
Good of the Association: A big thank you goes out to our members who promote the club to continually receive new memberships.
8:06 pm – Motion to adjourn