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AR - Archery Range (no open shooting during scheduled events)
IR - Indoor Range (no open shooting during scheduled events)
RR - Rifle Range (no open shooting during scheduled events)
TR - Trap Range (the upper trap range may be available during some events)
PR - Pistol Range (depending on the event and number of participants, some bays may be open)
TC - Trap Classroom
AC - Adobe Clubhouse
Special events:
WOT - Women on Target (no open shooting during this event on any range)
COT - Community on Target (no open shooting during this event on any range)
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BOD & GM Prior Meeting Minutes



March 13, 2019

Called to order 6:08 pm

Members Present: Ed Swan, Elizabeth Stuppy, Dina McKinney, Diana Roederer, Ray Jameson, Ken Crawford, Jonathan Weldy, Paul Nadreau

Prior to proceeding further Jonathan Weldy made a Motion to amend the agenda to accept the letter of resignation by Board member Gary Jackson and nominate Tim Neubauer to the vacant seat. Dina McKinney seconded the motion.  All were in favor. Motion passed and Tim Neubauer accepted the nomination and joined the Board table.

Members Not Present: None

Minutes:  review February 13, 2019 BOD minutes.   Motion to accept the minutes as written made by Jonathan Weldy.  Elizabeth Stuppy seconded the motion. All were in favor. Motion to accept the minutes as written passes.


Treasurer -  Jonathan Weldy

  1. Reviewed account balances for the end of February as well as the running 12 month total.  Reviewed pending monetary commitments.

  2. Banking relations review-service fees & credit cards: tax question was brought to the BOD attention and it was sent to our tax person to review.  This issue will be addressed in the future after tax season. Jonathan Weldy is researching companies to allow us to accept credit cards and he is hoping to have something in place by June.  Tara Nadreau requested adding PayPal-she will explore that option for us and report back.


Secretary - Elizabeth Stuppy

  1. Membership numbers- 1,204 total members comprised of 464 senior members, 638 regular members, and 102 associate members.

  2. Digioh service for mass emails-a companion service to Vertical.  Currently, we have our mass emails handled by Vertical Response but they don't allow attachments and our newsletter is quite large.  Digioh will allow the larger attachments but it is $39.99 per month, which Elizabeth thinks is too expensive considering our newsletter is quarterly.  Discussion held regarding alternate options. Decision: Put a link in the email that will take the members to the webpage so they only need to click the link.  Try this out first.


Vice President- Diana Roederer

    1. RSO Agreement/Policies & Procedures- Diana presented revised documents to the Board for review.  These documents were already taken to the Safety Committee and were approved. Diana moves the Board for approval.  Discussion held to include the Board and CRSO Gary Menser. Motion made by Elizabeth Stuppy to accept the new forms and policy as outlined by Diana.  Jonathan Weldy seconded the Motion. All were in favor. Motion passes

  1. Assignments for range chairs should be approved by the BOD.  Diana reviewed the range chair assignments as follows: Tracey Graham/Pistol Chair, Justin King/Rifle Chair, Jason Myskow/Rifle Co-Chair, Leonard (Woody) Woods/Shotgun Chair, Kyle Butts/Indoor Chair, George Ellison/Archery Chair.  Discussion held to add Tim Smith/Facility Chair to the list for approval. Jonathan Weldy made a motion to accept the assignments. Paul Nadreau seconded the Motion. All were in favor. Motion passes.


President- Ed Swan

  1. Thanked the departing BOD members

  2. Welcomed new Board Members and returning members

OLD BUSINESS- Carried over from February meeting

  1. Jr. Program Fees, registration, and release process- At Feb meeting Jonathan was to get all Jr. Program Directors together to discuss.  Results to be presented at March meeting. - The meeting was held and there was a consensus to allow each program to run however it works for them.  However, it was decided that all Jr. members should be NRA members, the annual fee for the programs will be $25, and we are not charging for ammo. There will be a $3/night range fee for pistol and rifle and Jr shotgun will be $2/round-participants will provide their own shotgun shells

Additional Jr. Program info:

  • Jr Program Policies & Procedures: Discussed under V.P. report- Diana will bring actual revisions to Policies & Procedures next month for approval

  • There is a revised Jr. Program sign-in log that will streamline things.  200 have been printed to make sure they will work out first. All program directors have everything they need.

  1. Subscribing to background check service- At Feb. meeting Jonathan suggested doing some research and table for March meeting.  Jonathan Weldy is still researching. Tabled for April meeting.



  1. Event Requests - None.   Discussion held that there is no assignment for the calendar at this time as it was previously assigned to the resigning Board member.  Ed Swan will talk to Tim Neubauer after the meeting about assigning the calendar to him.

  2. Badge holder order-  Elizabeth Stuppy reviewed pricing with the Board.  Jonathan Weldy moved to order 300 pieces to put into the new member packets and to sell at the membership meeting merchandise table at “close to cost.”  Paul seconded the Motion. All were in favor. Motion passes. Ed Swan gave a background on why we are giving out badge holders now.

  3. Switch primary/associate membership:  Jonathan Weldy made a motion to switch the Shell’s primary/associate membership standing and ask Susan to change it in the system.  Diana seconded the motion. All were in favor. Motion passes.


Motion to Adjourn made by Ed Swan.  Seconded by Elizabeth. All were in favor.  Motion passed.


Adjourned 6:52 p.m.


Respectfully Submitted,

Dina McKinney, Director




General Membership Minutes

March 13, 2019

Called to Order:  7:09 p.m.

Presentation of Colors and Pledge of Allegiance-Boy Scouts

Review February 13, 2019  GM Minutes. Motion made to accept minutes as written by Jonathan Weldy, Diana seconded the Motion.  All were in favor. Minutes approved as written

Quorum Confirmation - Jonathan Weldy confirmed

Recite NRA 3 Gun Safety Rules- All members recited


Treasurer- Jonathan Weldy

  1. Report on account balances to include business checking, capital, money market and scholarship.


Secretary- Elizabeth Stuppy

  1. Membership numbers: 1,204 total members comprised of 464 senior members, 638 regular members, and 102 associate members.

  2. Survey Results from membership packet:  Pistol range bathrooms received 24% as did the key cards 24% .  Elizabeth reviewed lesser percentage items and also various member comments.  Ed Swan discussed the tie for #1: bathrooms will happen eventually but before that happens, Caltrans needs to get off our property for the sewer lines.  Until then, Tim Smith is working on quotes for the key card system.


Vice President-Diana Roederer

  1. Coaches and instructors need to be members of the club.  Ed Swan advised that if you are not a member, you do not hold authority.  Additionally, Dina advised our insurance does not cover non-member coaches.  Motion made by Diana to write this into the Policies & Procedures. Seconded by Elizabeth.  Vote taken by the membership. All were in favor. Diana will take the action of writing that policy.  

  2. There is a Range Monitor class this Friday.  Sign up at the back table


President- Ed Swan

  1. Welcome and introduce the new Board members to the membership


    Range Reports  

  • Pistol Range-Tracey:  All matches are on the calendar.  BOD approved 4/27/19 for a community day with Springfield Armory-Turners will be bringing firearms.  This is open to the public. Also on 5/18/19 Lewis Machine and Tool will bring out rifles. The club will provide RSOs

  • Indoor Range-Kyle: Reminder of Jr Rifle and Jr Pistol dates.  Request made for an indoor range committee-see Kyle if you are interested in being on the committee.  He has some projects that he would like to work on with a committee.

  • Rifle Range-Jason: Introduction of new co-chair.  He went over the calendar of events.  Matt Marcellus/Black Powder Event Coordinator also went over his event calendar.  

  • Trap Range-Gary:  Reviewed calendar and pricing.  One of the trap machines failed so we need to get that fixed.  Went over Jr. Trap program.

  • Archery Range-Sandy: Reported on the schedule and pricing

  • Facilities -Diana:  Tim is still waiting on bids for the stair rail.  Also the AR Challenge with NRA members council is on 3/24/19

Other Reports

  • Education-Tara: explained we have a sheet on the back table with all the events and matches coming up.  Also we have a bunch of NRA classes coming up. Do check the calendar still because some of the dates have changed from the flyers.

  • Merchandise-Sandy:  Jackets have been ordered! She will also be placing an order for T-shirts soon.  She could use some artwork and ideas for a new design

  • CMP Director-Alex Montenegro: Discussed the program at length.  Gave calendar of events.




  1. Event Requests- None

  2. Dina McKinney

  • thank you to women who helped at women's expo

  • last announcement for Friends of NRA Banquet.

  1. Ed Swan gave a huge thank you to Tania and banquet committee.  Reported on budget and total revenue. Banquet came under budget and had a positive revenue!

  2. Introduction of new members.   Member Deborah moved to approve new members.  Member Bob seconded the motion. All members in favor. Motion passed.  Diana went over new member requirements and Jonathan went over financials.

  3. 50/50 raffle with half the proceeds going to the to the Scholarship Fund : Tim Neubauer winner.  Congrats!


Dina McKinney made a motion to adjourn the meeting.  Elizabeth seconded the motion. All were in favor. Meeting Adjourned 8:09 p.m.


Respectfully Submitted,

Dina McKinney, Director



Prior Meeting Minutes - (PDF downloads)


Board of Directors February 13, 2019


General Membership February 13, 2019


Board of Directors January 9, 2019


General Membership January 9, 2019


Board of Directors December 12, 2018


General Membership December 12, 2018


Board of Directors November 14, 2018


General Membership November, 2018