East End Rod & Gun Club

Flattening the boredom curve since 1947

Summary of Submitted Ballots

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Ballots have been received from the following members (will be updated periodically):

Last updated: 6 December 2021

 

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Nominations for 2022 Elections

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Nominations received to date are:

    • President: Jeff Stidham – nominated by Stacy Alexander
    • Vice President: Randy Kerby – nominated by Steve Anderson
    • Secretary: Jan Anderson – Nominated by Verlynn Clarambeau
    • Public Media and Relations Manager: Bob Fulgham – nominated by Randy Kerby
    • Director: Buddy Birdwell – nominated by James Ziska
    • Director: Gentry Thorpe – nominated by Jerrod Propeck
    • Director Jerrod Propeck – nominated by Gentry Thorpe

These nominees are all eligible to hold positions as they meet the minimum requirements as per the By-Laws.

Elections are scheduled for the January 6th, 2021 meeting.  Open positions and years to serve are:

    • President – 1 year 
    • Vice President – 2 years
    • Secretary – 1 year
    • Public Media and Relations– 1 year
    • Director Seat Positions: # 7 and 8, both 1 year.

In 2023, all one year positions will be filled for a term of 2 years.

Action Range cleaned up!

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The wood pile and other items stored on the Action Range have been moved by Bill Vixie and a crew that he rounded up.  Things are looking better every day!

 

Where the wood USED to be....

Where the wood USED to be!

 

Where the wood is now!

And where the wood is now!

Rifle Range Safety Improvements

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The rifle range now has definite firing and safety lines for shooters. 

Firing line

The firing line has been moved from the front edge of the benches, and is now at the red line. Keep your muzzles close to the line, with no shooting in front of it; this includes supporting a firearm on the posts.

Safety line

This is the safety line. All spectators are to remain behind the line when the red flag is up. Instructors, coaches, and spotters are not considered spectators.

When the yellow flag is up, anyone not moving downrange to work on targets will remain behind the yellow line. No handlng of firearms is permitted, but you may police spent brass for reloading.

Muzzle Break Zero Bench

Both lines extend down to the zero bench for muzzle break equipped rifles.

Some of the work needed for this is in the following photographs:

Progress1

 

Progress2 with Steve

Progress3

 

Humberts

 

Andy cleaning pipes

 

Bob gravel

 

Dan on tractor

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wildfire report

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Pictures from the fire, courtesy of Stacy Fulgham:

Wildfire near Milton-Freewatedr

Burned field near cemetary

 

Looking at the range

 

Closer to the range

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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