BOD Meeting of October 7, 2019
PRESENT: Sam Valenza, Larry Ohda, Al Perry, Terry VanDenBoom, Randy Scott, Harley Shepherd
ABSENT: Todd Hendrey
⦁ Meeting called to order at 5:30 by President Sam Valenza
⦁ Minutes of September 9, 2019 – Accepted as presented 5-0
⦁ Treasurers Report:
⦁ Accepted as read, attached by reference.
⦁ 2019 Projects:
⦁ Additional concrete work to complete sidewalks on field 1 station 8 to 4 and from stair case sidewalks to semi-circle on all skeet fields.
⦁ With current annual expenditures already in 2019 it was decided to move this concrete work to later in the year. This project will move to 2020.
⦁ A new project was recommended by Pistol Range Safety officers to move handgun pistol range safety lights to a more visible location. Scheduling work is in progress.
Due to new Promatic Skeet machines the electrical wiring will need to be adjusted. Action Tom Platt.
Stairs to the high skeet houses need to be supported on fields 2 and 3. Action Owen Anderson and Larry Odha.
The board is considering additional safety protection around the skeet machine arm.
Annual Land Fill Luncheon, a lunch provided by RSC for the Landfill employees, was completed and deemed successful by the Landfill crew.
T shirts with club logo will be available within the next couple of weeks.
The hand gun league wrapped up with Caleb Davis the winner.
⦁ Annual meeting 3/30 – complete
⦁ Spring Clean-up 5/4 – complete
⦁ Silver Dollar Shoot – complete
⦁ Landfill Lunch – 9/20 – complete
⦁ Bragging Rights shoot – 10/12
- New Business:
Board recognized the need for additional help in mowing operations in the future and will begin exploring alternatives. Open action
The board recommended the procurement of a new Gun Blue Book for use at the club and the procurement of additional kitchen spices for use at the club.
- Special Notice of Board Personnel changes:
Larry Ohda, after 20 plus years of service on the Board, has decided to resign from the RSC Board of Directors.
⦁ In conjunction with RSC Bylaws, a new Vice President was recommended by the President and approved by the Board 5-0. The new Vice President is Al Perry.
As Al Perry transitions to the Vice President position