7:00 pm – Board of Directors met prior to the general membership meeting. These are the list of issues that were discussed:
- Still looking into bids to dry up the basement.
- Options for a new garage to store tractor in.
- Possibly moving some of the savings money into a CD.
7:37 pm – Meeting was called to order
Introduction of Officers: John Hiser- treasurer, Brian Jesteadt- Membership, James Hacke- Secretary, Tom Horstman- Trap, Mike Ripley- Black Powder/Junior Rifle, Steve Gustkey- Pistol.
Treasurer’s Report: John read the report.
Bills and Communications: Paid normal monthly bills. John announced it is time to renew the club’s CMP membership.
Pop: Nothing to report.
Rental Committee Report: Peggy turned in $100 from a rental deposit, January 18, 19, 20 boy scout troop 33 will be using the hall. Rentals on March 16, 23, 24, 30.
Pistol Team: Pistol team took in $136, no expenses, kept $40, turned in $96. The pistol team shoots on Thursdays, indoor starting at 5 PM. 22 cal. & Centerfire 32, 38, & 45 cal. All welcome to come practice.
Trap Team: Tom announced that the winter trap league banquet will be on March 16. The fun shoot will start at 1 pm with the dinner and awards following at 5 pm. Tom took in $400, expenses $249.50, kept $45.15, turned in $105.35. Winter trap league is from noon-5pm on Sundays. Anyone is welcome to join. Anyone can still come shoot practice during the winter league from noon-5pm. $3.50 per 25 targets. Open to the general public, club members, and new shooters.
Black Powder: Mike announced the primitive deer hunt turned into a success. The hunters that attended managed to harvest a total of 5 deer. Mike announced the frolic is approaching quickly and will be held on March 30th. Shooting begins at 1 pm with dinner to follow at 6 pm. The meat shoot brought in $205, expenses of $110, turned in $67. 2nd Sunday of each month 11:00 am are the meat shoots (Black powder, closest to bullseye).
Junior Rifle Team: Junior rifle was on Christmas break but will be starting again. Shooting will be on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 6:30-8pm and only cost $2. Contact Mike Ripley with any questions or interest.
Archery: Nothing to report.
Fun Indoor Shoot: Dickie took in $195, expenses $40, turned in $155. They normally shoot every Monday 10am-till shooting is done, doors open at 9 am. Everyone is welcome. Iron/Peep sights with .22 caliber rifles from a rested position. Closest to bullseye wins a prize.
Membership: Brian turned in a bill for purchasing stamps for the amount of $50. Brian read new memberships and turned in $3,085 of which $415 goes to the maintenance fund and $2,670.50 to the general fund. $150 was turned in for key cards. He reported 108 new members for 2018 and 5 new members for 2019. Which now brings a total of 460 Sr, Life and Charter members. Total membership is 623.
Old Business: Nothing to report.
New Business: Jim set a goal for the club to build an outdoor stationary archery range in this coming year. To consist of a 20, 40, and 60-yard target.
Good of the Association: Rich Hoover was presented with a lifetime membership as thanks for all his donated time and hard work that he puts in at the club.
8:23 pm – Motion to adjourn