To All Members:
Continuing intentional damage at the 25 & 50 yard rifle ranges MUST STOP!! It started with some members deciding it was fun to shoot the boards in half, to remedy this steel deflectors were installed at an expense to the club and the small number of members who actually do anything to help their club. Now members seem to think it is fun to shoot the deflectors. This causes bullet splatter to cut the top of the backers. This causes the backers to be unusable for the members that aren’t causing the damage.
Also on the Archery range members are shooting broadheads into the bags causing field points to pass through. The cost of replacement bags is Approx. $100 each, Another cost for your club and work for the small number of members who do the work that keeps this club open for the members.
While the membership is growing, the number of people working to help their club diminishes. That being said, if you see anyone destroying club property say something or get their name and give it to a club officer. If you see something that needs done, don’t be afraid to do it. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Also Club meeting is the 2nd Monday every month at 7:00PM at the clubhouse. All members are welcome to attend.
Michael D Barton, President HF&S
Now that we are in a Green Phase the club is starting to reopen. ie: Sporting clays, Trap, Falling Steel, Indoor pistol are opening back up, but please still maintain social distancing.
Social Distancing is the responsiblity of the shooters involved.
***2020 Membership has been extended*** Click here for the membership form.
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Due to the ongoing process of becoming 501C3 Compliant the clubs lawyers have recommended that all club Officers and Board Members should remain in office until the conclusion.
We are in the process of updating the website. If you have information you would like posted on this website. Please let Don Beaver know at the monthly board meeting. Or e-mail him at email@example.com
Our Ranges & Fields page will be where a Calendar will show availability of those ranges or fields. When we finally get this implemented, all activities should show up on the correct Calendar.
For example: if the Rifle Range will be closed for repairs, the person doing the repairs should note that on the Calendar. If Wildcat is being shot, hopefully the person running that will note it on the calendar.