Silver Lake Rod & Gun Club Regular Meeting June 8, 2017
CALL TO ORDER Meeting called to order at 7:10 PM by Club President Bob Kuhn. The meeting opened with Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and moment of silence for those protecting our security. There were 27 members present including fourteen (14) Officers and committee members. There was also one guest present.
Meeting Minutes for May 11, 2017 The meeting minutes of May 11, 2017 were read and approved on a motion by Mike DePaola and 2nd by Tom Blackman.
TREASURER’S REPORT The Treasurer’s report for May 2017 was read and approved on a motion by Mike DePaola and 2nd by Tom Blackman. Regular Checking Account balance ---- $17,783.96 Discipline Savings balance -------------- $7,910.83 Youth Account balance ------------------- $5,115.30 Savings Account balance ----------------- $11,596.95 American Funds balance ----------------- $41,419.78
ARCHERY (Officer –ChristiAnne Storman)
ChristiAnne noted that the 2nd 3D shoot of the season is scheduled for next Sunday (due to the Roger Everitt Shoot) June 11. ChristiAnne requested a sign to be purchased and posted at the club entrance to attract shooters and advertise the 3D shoot(s). Motion by ChristiAnne and 2nd by Fred Guyette to purchase the requested sign with the cost not to exceed $200.00. Motion approved.
TRAP (Officer Fred Guyette) Fred noted that the Friday night open shoots are continuing and have also resumed the Monday afternoon ATA shoots. The Annual Roger Everitt Memorial Shoot was held the weekend of June 3rd and 4th.
The Saturday winners were as follows;
Hi-Gun Vin Ridall score 92,
2nd place Tim Burnett score 91,
3rd place Rick Decker score 84,
4th place Guy Nichols score 72.
Laurene Cope score 79,
2nd place Deb Adams score 72.
Zeke Raub Score 83,
2nd place Jason Farley score 78.
Sunday Winners as follows;
Hi-Gun Joshua Davis score 98,
2nd place Bill Barrows score 98,
3rd place Carl Slack score 95,
4th place Rick Blachek score 89.
Hi-Gun John Heath score 93,
2nd place Joe Breck (11 years old) no score listed,
3rd place Quincy Davis score 87,
4th place Carl Slack score 83.
Hi-Gun Bill Barrows score 89,
2nd place Joshua Davis score 83,
3rd place Joe Breck score 77,
4th place Charles Wildenstein score 73
HOA Joe Breck score 190.
Gross Income for the event; Saturday Trap $607.00, Kitchen $904.85, Raffles $871.00. Sunday Trap $1,178.00, Kitchen $1,059.50, Raffles $1,1775.50. Gross both days $6,395.85 Note; Gross does not include 50/50, quilt, shotgun or youth gun.
Donors for the Roger Everitt Memorial Shoot for 2017 as follows; Peranich & Shelp $75.00, Southern Tier Insulations $250.00, Peoples Security Bank $50.00, Griffiths Engineering, LLC $100.00, Jeff Rosenkrans $75.00.
Clay birds used for the weekend: Saturday 30 shooters at 100 birds per shooter = 3,000 used. Sunday 6/4/17 Doubles - 11 shooters @ 100 birds per = 1,100 birds. Singles - 22 shooters @ 100 birds per = 2,200 birds Handicap – 21 shooters @ 100 birds per = 2,100 birds. Total birds used = 8,400 + 5% breakage = 8,820 or 66 cases plus 1 case for shootoff.
Expenses for the weekend Prizes, shirts, towels, hats, 10 cases of shells $ ???? 67 cases of claybirds $637.00, Kitchen (Reggie) $65.46, Dan ? Guns .22 ?? Shotgun left over. Postage and envelopes $10.74.
INDOOR RANGE (Officer Tom Blackman) Tom noted that he turned over $39.00 for May from the fee box. Sam Williamson noted the winners from the Sporter Rifle winter league. Winners to be posted on club website.
GROUNDS/BUILDINGS (Officer Ron Walter) Ron noted that all is well. Ron made a motion to purchase a power washer from Harbor Freight for $100.00. It was noted that the fire extinguishers are in need of recharging and up to date. Ron to call ABC.
SINGLE ACTION SHOOTING SPORTS (Officer Jack Revie) Jack noted the May shoot had 16-17 shooters on hand. Everyone is welcome to come for the SASS events held on the 3rd Sunday of the month.
PFSC (Delegate Mike DePaola) Mike noted the last PFSC meeting was routine with several items of interest. Ed Smith noted numerous changes for 2017 hunting season. The Game Commission will no longer provide the books that always accompanied the hunting licenses. If you want to purchase one, they are $6.00 per copy. There are several pheasant farms the will likely be closed down. Discussions included the passing of a $25.00 license fee for pheasants. Pennsylvania is the number 1 state for Lyme Disease in the country.
See club website for legislative items discussed.
12- GUN RAFFLE (Chairman Karl Eschbach, Karl not present) The June 2017 gun winner is Julie Dantini, Brackney, PA , Ticket # 596. Julie won a Winchester M70 Featherweight, w/ walnut stock, blued barrel, bolt action 280 caliber. Jim Mayers to notify Ms. Dantini.
SUPPLIES (Chairman Reggie Raynor) Jack noted all is well.
INTERNET WEB SITE (Chairman Ed Smith ) Ed noted that all is good on the website. Reminder, there is now a page for Members Only to buy, Sell or Trade items. The website address is www.silverlakerodandgunclub.com.
KITCHEN_ (Chairman Dan Hungerford) Dan noted his appreciation to all who helped in the kitchen for the Roger Everitt shoot. A special thank you to all for the many cupcakes that were brought in.
OLD BUSINESS Club member and retied Binghamton Police officer, Pat Natale spoke regarding Conceal/Carry class that Long Arm Investigations can and is willing to offer the club. The class requires 8 hours of class room and 1 hour of field training. Cost of the class is $200.00. Call or see Pat for more details if interested.
NEW BUSINESS There were six (6) new member applications.
Jim Rollo 461 Castleman Rd, Vestal, NY Sponsor Jim Mayers
Michael J. Williams 3251 Hunters Landing Rd. Binghamton Sponsor Jim Mayers
Tad Williams 3251 Hunters Landing Rd. Binghamton, Sponsor Jim Mayers
Christopher Gardner 17966 SR 267 Montrose Sponsor Lori Raub
Rich Rigotti 220 Bunn Hill Rd. Vestal Sponsor Henry Pyke
Matt Forba 734 Labzentis Rd. Montrose Sponsor Norm McPherson
There were no comments from the floor.
ATTENDANCE POOL The name drawn for the June 2017 attendance pool was John Marconi, Sr. John was not in attendance and missed out on a $143.00 pool. The July attendance Pool will be worth $157.00.
ADJOURNMENT With no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 8:20 PM on a motion by Ron Walter.
Committee Meeting There were fourteen (14) officers and Committee Chairpersons in attendance. The six (6) New Membership applications listed above were reviewed and approved. With no further business to discuss the Committee Meeting Adjourned at 8:30 PM