I really wanted send a message to all members during this trying and difficult time, that I really appreciate, and thank you all for keeping the appropriate/recommended distance of 6′ apart from one another while here at the trap club.
The pad is done for the skeet field, Ron Church Construction is going to measure the pads before installation begins for the buildings. We will be starting the electric soon, weather permitting. We need volunteers as soon as possible for the electrical work. If you are kind enough to donate your time, please contact Charlie.
Brenda and I were working in the office and it was really fun working with her as we make a great team. It was great to see all of the workers going out doing exactly what they were tasked with taking on. All workers were doing exactly what they were supposed to be doing. Job well done, everyone!, keep up the good work!
Very good news that the skeet pad has been built. Come April and May we will start working, please approach Charlie Marino himself or Ted Bell to become volunteers2
Gun and Safe Raffle $20 a ticket. The tickets can be purchased by Ted Bell in the Club office. There is no limit to the amount of tickets you can purchase.
Jim Reece, Mike Hannigan and Dave Fish are building the new trap house roofs at a cost of $1,000 per roof. Remember to thank them when you see them around the club and give them a BIG BEAR HUG! I truly appreciate your time and work! Trap three’s new roof is complete and trap six will be complete next.
The roof renovations are surely coming along! Keep an eye out as you are going to trap houses as they are moving trap machines around. Before you set up make sure there is a machine in the house.
Again, the Corned Beef Shoot is on the 7th of March and the North Bay League is on March 8th.
The last club shoot was very successful, and the junior trap team did it again; they won lots of buckles! Thank you, to everyone, who saved your brass, due to this, we raised up to $1,356 for the Juniors.
Our sincere gratitude to Joe Kiser and his son, the most current road work on the levee road has been completely repaired, due to their hard work and generosity!
Ars you know we are continually making improvements to the club. Dan Mercury and Steve Mack are also going to be installing storm drain pipes around the club. Much appreciation and recognition to you both in advance for your time, help and hard work.
If people don’t slow down while driving in and out of the club, more speed bumps WILL are going to be added, so beware! And I’m not joking!