Carlisle Gun Club Meeting Minutes
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 pm by the Club President; there were 25 members present.
The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Officers present: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and 1 Trustee.
The Minutes for the January 29, 2018 meeting were read and accepted.
Treasurer’s Report was read and accepted. The total balance of all accounts, checking, savings, CDs and Training Fund amounted to $50,502.91.
Corresponding Secretary’s Report. No Report.
NRA Training Group Report- Reported a total balance of $4,832.19 in the training account. There was a Personal Protection in the Home Course on 23-24 February, 2018. The 2018 training courses are posted at the CGC Website.
New Members. There were 3 candidates for membership.
4H Shooters– No Report
Cowboy Action. There were 26 participants at the February Cowboy Action Shoot. $350 was contributed to the club from the proceeds. The dates of January 5 and February 2, 2019 were requested for next years events. Tom Richwine made a motion to reserve those two dates. The motion was voted and approved.
Membership Committee- Reported that the membership is now at its limit of 400. There are currently 56 individuals on the waiting list. A brief summary of range utilization based on fob access was presented to the members.
WPPL Pistol Team. No report
Trustees Report.- No report
Temporary Weapons Storage at Club. There was a discussion followed by a motion on whether to provide temporary storage at the club facility for member’s personal weapons. The motion was voted and was not approved.
Medical Marijuana- There was a motion on whether to create a committee to consider a change to the club’s bylaws to account for the use of medical marijuana. The motion was voted and not approved.
At this point the president made a note for the benefits of the members present reminding them that once a motion is presented for vote it cannot be reintroduced until there is a new administration of officers of the club.
Backstop. There was a discussion on potential improvements to the range backstop. The president asked the trustees to investigate this further and report back at a later date.
Parking Lot. It was noted that the gravel in the parking lot need to be redistributed and leveled.
For the Good of the Club.
The Vice President reminded members that only paper based targets can be used on the range. The President requested that the Corresponding Secretary send an email reminder to all the members on this.
There was a recognition and thanks to the members of the NRA Training Committee for all the good training they provide.
It was noted that the Mt Holly Springs Fish and Game Club is taking new members and they have facilities for long range shooting.
The meeting was adjourned at 8:05 pm
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