ASC Members, The XO has called for a work party on November 1, starting at 0930. We will be doing general range repairs and investigating enhancements to the shotgun facilities. Work will continue until complete. For questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
ASC Members, Please see the link below for the October edition of the ASC Flyer. ASC Flyer October 2020 For questions or concerns please contact the newsletter editor (email@example.com).
ASC, Our shotgun competition director is asking for volunteers to help with the skeet competition October 17, 18 and 19. He needs two people each day prefer skeet shooters. One to keep score and one to pull. They can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
The range road has been repaired and the range is now available for normal use.
Airfield Conference Center notified us that the range road is flooded and not passable. Range closed until Noon, Monday 21st.
Attached please find a link to the new Bylaws to the club. These Bylaws were approved by the Board. Members are encouraged to read them to become familiar with how their club operates. The following is simplified overview of the changes that were made: https://airfieldshootingclub.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Bylaws-Final-2020718.pdf Administrative Clean Up Cleaned up the way Board, BOD, etc was used. Made it consistent Cleaned up the way by-laws, bylaws etc was used. Made it consistent Cleaned up how the 4-H Conference Center was referred to Updated format of the document – added a TOC. ARTICLE III Added that new members had to take the oath verbally. Article IV – Membership – Section 1 – Classes of Memberships Cleaned up the formatting of the membership and added a short sentence to introduce the special membership section Added a section called good standing because it was not defined Article IV – Membership – Section 2 – Duties and Entitlements Adding serving on an ASC committee to community service Article IV- Membership – Section 3 – Application for Membership Added the sex offender database scrub as required by the 4-H Conference Center Article IV – Membership – Section 4 – Membership Limit Rewrote to clarify the …
Club Members, Please see the below link for the ASC Flyer for June 2020. ASC Newsletter June 2020
Project Appleseed will be holding a one-day clinic on the 100M range on Saturday, June 20 from 8:00am to 4:00pm. This event will teach students the fundamentals of rifle marksmanship, including concepts such as developing a solid shooting position, natural point of aim, and steps required to fire a successful shot. In between rifle instruction segments, students will learn about the Battles of Lexington and Concord, and the fateful events that moved the colonials down the path to independence on April 19, 1775. This is a family friendly event, and all skill levels and age ranges are welcome. Bring whatever centerfire or rimfire rifle you have. If you don’t have a rifle, we can provide loaner rifles with some advance notice. Signup is available at www.appleseedinfo.org, under the Events tab. Walk-ons are welcome, though space is limited. Airfield Shooting Club members attending this event will have their range fee waived; bring your credentials with you to the event. For questions, please contact Jesse at email@example.com .
ASC Members, While we might not be able to shoot, we can still write a newsletter! Please see attached for the current copy of the ASC flyer. If you have any questions or comments about the newsletter please reach out to our editor (firstname.lastname@example.org). ASC Flyer April 2020
Dear Members, As fellow shooters we recognize the enjoyment of shooting and the hardship that closing the range causes for our members. However, the COVID-19 virus has proven to be deadly and at this time there is still much which we do not know about it. Medical professionals have made it clear that they and their facilities will be quickly overwhelmed if we are not able to slow the spread of the virus. We have already had at least one situation where club members may have been exposed to the virus. Both are presently nearing the end of their 14 day post-exposure quarantine period and at present it appears that they were not infected. However, we cannot always count on such good fortune. It appears that the virus can remain viable for relatively long periods of time on objects which we might come into contact with during routine use of the range. Many of our members are in the high-risk category. Even members who are not in the high-risk category may have family members who may be at higher risk. At this point we are hearing reports of people dying from the virus who were reported to be healthy and …