Meeting Minutes March 2019

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Meeting Minutes March 2019

Carlisle Gun Club Meeting Minutes

The meeting was called to order at 7:00 pm by the Club President.

The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.

Officers present: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and 3 Trustees.  There were 22 members present.

The Minutes for the February 2019 meeting were read and approved.  

Treasurer’s Report was read and accepted.  

Corresponding Secretary’s Report- No Report.

NRA Training Group Report- The NRA Training Group reported on training they conducted in March with a total of 8 students.  All training objectives were achieved. In addition to in-processing new members, CGC NRA instructors provided more than 59 hours of training in March.

New Members- There were 24 new members processed into the Club.  

4H Shooters– No Report.    

Cowboy Action- No Report.

Membership Committee- There are now a total of 446 members.  There are approximately 25 more applicants that will be processed during upcoming meetings.  Membership will be roughly 470 members once all new members are processed.  Those joining in April will have the membership fee pro-rated.   

WPPL Pistol Team- They are currently looking for more shooters.  Contact Gary Gibson if you are interested in joining the team.  

Trustees Report– Please park only in the gravel parking lot and avoid driving across anyone’s lawn.  We want to be respectful of our neighbors.  

Old Business- 

NRA Grant- Mike Kubarek shared that the CGC has been awarded the top NRA Grant.  We are currently waiting on the official NRA letter before placing the order for pistols and supplies that will be used during NRA training activities.

New Business- 

Members’ Skills- It was recommended to take into thought the various skills our many members have and consider them for work that needs done at the club such as cleaning and lawn care.  

Stop the Bleed Program- CGC Member Dr. James Hurley offered to provide a free course on trauma care called Stop the Bleed.  The skills taught would be used in the event of a mass shooting or traumatic accident.  

Basic Laws and other seminars- There is interest in asking an attorney to provide legal seminars for members.  More details to come.  

For the Good of the Club-

De- Lead Hand Soap-More lead removing hand soap is being purchased.  Please use sparingly with cold water.

Guns for Sale- An announcement was made reminding everyone to check the club’s bulletin board for guns and ammunition for sale by members.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:03 pm

Respectfully submitted,

Beth Moul
Recording Secretary, Carlisle Gun Club