Club News November 2001
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November means ELECTIONS!!!
It is time to elect Club Officers and Directors for 2002.† This year, we have 4 Board of Directors to elect as well as the officers.† The Board of Directors is a two year elected position and the Officers are chosen annually.† The following is this years Candidates for Officers and Directors:
President:††††††††††††† Cally Morgan
Vice President:†††††† Paul Aaron
Secretary:††††††††††††† Tim Vik
Treasure:†††††††††††††† Dale Schroeder
Board of Directors:
Ken Depperman††††† Mike James†††††† Dave Witherbee†††††††††††† Don Olson†††††††† Bob Taylor†††††††† Walt Stroyeck
Anyone wishing to run for office or who would like to nominate someone to any of the above offices should contact Mahmood Julazadeh at 274-2779.† Nominations will also be accepted from the floor prior to the election on election night.† Election night will be November 13th, beginning at 6:30PM.† Please plan on attending.† Your vote does count.†
We are accepting membership renewals for the year 2002.† Your membership expires on December 31st, 2001 and the lock on the gate changes February 1st, 2002.† The Club still has room for 32 new members so the Board will be accepting new members for next year at the November monthly Board meeting. Donít wait until the last minute to renew your membership.
Annual Members:† Dues $50, Landfund $10 and 10 work hours or $10 for every work hour not worked.† Annual Members with no work hours would have a renewal fee of $160 for 2002.
Associate Life Members: Landfund $10 and 10 work hours or $10 for every work hour not worked.† Associate Life Members with no work hours would have a renewal fee of $110 for 2002.
Life Members: Landfund $10 and 10 work hours or $10 for every work hour not worked.† Life Members under the age of 65 with no work hours would have a renewal fee of $110 for 2002.
Please be sure to send in your membership card even if you donít have any work hours.† This includes annual members who do not wish to rejoin, annual members (with or without work hours), associate life members (with or without work hours), life members and life members over age 65 (with or without work hours).† We need your membership cards for our records.† Thank you.
Sporting Rifle League News - by Max Koehl
September 10th marked the end of yet another successful season of Sporting Rifle shooting.† Participation was great and the competition was as tight as always.† This yearís winners were Paul Bishop in Sporting Rifle, Max Koehl in Rimfire Sporting Rifle, Jim Gurnsey in Un-improved Military Rifle, and Ross Baer in Other Rifle.† Congratulations!
As is our tradition, we celebrated the end of the season with a cookout and a speed shoot on the steel biathlon targets.† The semi-finalists in this October 7th shoot were Max Koehl, Paul Bishop, Brad Greider and Jim Gurnsey.† In the final shoot-off, Paul edged Jim out by a split second for the win.† This type of match is fun and entertaining for all, so watch your calendar for news of outdoor rifle shooting starting up again around early May.††† Good Shooting!† MK.
†Schuetzengilde Treuenbrietzen, Sister Club News Ė By Paul Bishop
Long live the King!† The Shooting King, that is.† Congratulations to Doug Kann, the winner of the fourth annual Koenigsschiessen (King's Shoot) that took place on the 7th of October.† After finishing in the top ten shooters from the qualification phase, Doug fired the shot closest to the mark on a decorated wooden target called the hrenscheibe (Honor Target), earning him the Ehrenscheibe itself as a trophy, and the title of Schuetzenkoenig until next year's match.† Finishing in second place, and for the third straight year I might add, was Ross Baer who earns the title of erster Ritter (first knight).† Chalmer Cloyd,† a first-timer in this event, earned the title of zweiter Ritter (second knight) for his third place finish.† The weather was mild for this traditional European-styled match, and all shooters shot very respectably making each of them a victor in their own right.† Congratulations and thanks to each participant!
Our friends Arno and Gundula Engel from our sister club in Treuenbrietzen will be paying us a visit this December.† This will be the third time Arno and Gundula have visited our club.† Ross and Judy Baer will be hosting the Engels in the Baer home.† Our members can give our visitors a warm welcome at a reception in their honor at the Lindenhof (German-American Hall) on the evening of December 22nd.† If you are able to attend, contact Paul Bishop at 579-2914 for details.
†Club Logo Apparel
Embroidered Logo Clothing with the Chillicothe Sportsmen's Club USA outline/Bulls-eye Logo is again available.† Hats are $12.00 and Polo Shirts are $20.00.† Call Paul Bishop at 579-2914 to check for available sizes and colors and to make a purchase.
Good News For Those on the Web
I have good news for those of you who have an e-mail account.† The Club Newsletter is now totally electronic (both the newsletter and the calendar).† If you OR a friend would like to get a copy of the Newsletter as soon as it goes to the publisher, let me know what your e-mail account is and I will add you to the e-mail list.† Send your e-mail ID to email@example.com.† The format for the newsletter is Microsoft Word so let me know if you can view it.† If not, I can put it in web page format and send it to you as well as post it to our web page.† Thanks.
Indoor Bullseye Pistol Ė By Art Beer
The 2001-2002 Indoor Bullseye Pistol Practice started October 4th.† The range is open every Thursday from 3:30PM to 7:00PM.† Two 900 NRA Pistol Matches are fired each Thursday, one at 4:00PM and a second at 5:30PM.† Each match consists of a 20 shot slow fire course, a 30 shot national gallery course, a 20 shot timed fire course and a 20 shot rapid fire course.† New shooters are always welcome.† Please join us for excellent marksmanship training and practice.† NRA Marksmanship instructors are available to teach you the fundamentals of Bullseye Pistol Marksmanship.† For more information, call Art Beer at (309) 691-4253.
If you have any questions or concerns about your club you may contact any Club Officer listed below or any board member.
President†††††††††††††††††††† Vice-President†††††††††††† Secretary†††††††††††††††††††† Treasurer
Cally Morgan†††††††††††††††† Paul Aaron††††††††††††††††††† Tim Vik†††††††††††††††††††††††† Dale Schroeder
(309) 691-3427†††††††††††††† (309) 274-2370†††††††††††††† (309) 274-4018†††††††††††††† (309) 274-3082
Wonder what all the acronyms used out on the range and in this newsletter mean? This area of the newsletter is dedicated to helping explain these. If I forget some or misidentify them, please let me know.
SASS†††††††††††††† Single Action Shooting Society
USPSA ††††††††††† United States Practical Shooting Association
DCM†††††††††††††††† Department of Civilian Marksmanship (old designation)
CMP†††††††††††††††† Civilian Marksmanship Program (new designation)
IPSC†††††††††††††††† International Practical Shooting Confederation
NRA†††††††††††††††† National Rifle Association
PPC†††††††††††††††† Police Practical Combat
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