Board of Directors Meeting Minutes – July 18, 2017

Custer Rod and Gun Club
Board Meeting
July 18, 2017
Spotted Eagle

Call to order: 7:04 PM

Present: Randy Anderson, Jerry Austill, Jesse Smith, Cheri Reed, Shane Adams, JD Arneson, Todd Burch, Daniel DeLong, Randy Hart, Jim keith, Marty Scheid, Chris Schlepp
Absent: None

Minutes from previous meeting:
Jesse Smith motioned “We accept the minutes from the June meeting as posted on the club website.” Motion was seconded and passed.

Financial Report:
Cheri Reed reported the club has $35,442.34 in checking account. Randy Anderson reported that the club would shortly be receiving around $3,000 in bills coming from work that has been recently done at Spotted Eagle.

Presidents Report:
Randy Anderson reported the new gate lock was installed last Thursday; we should have running water in the Spotted Eagle clubhouse now; Randy serviced the Spotted Eagle lawn mower, which was pretty beat up underneath; and the club is currently at 413 memberships for 2017.

Committee Reports:
Action Pistol: Jesse Smith turned in $106 in shooting fees collected since the last meeting.
Cowboy Action: Randy Anderson reported there have only been 3 shooters participating since last Board meeting he attended.
Shotgun: Chris Schlepp turned in $56 in token fees. Jesse Smith reported Wes Foster emailed and said he would be willing to open 2 Sunday’s per month and possible 1 or 2 weekdays.

Old Business:
Spotted Eagle Remodel Project: The Board discussed the current state of the project and steps that needed to be completed next.
Friends of the NRA: Shane Adams reported he hasn’t had a chance to talk to the FNRA coordinator, Joe.

New Business:
Cheri Reed reported there was a micro-burst at Spotted Eagle this past Sunday and the roof on the skeet house was in need of repair. Jim Keith volunteered to take care of the repairs.

Jesse Smith reported we had a request via the facebook page, to hold ‘some sort of fundraiser shoot’ to help send a local child with epilepsy to Disneyland. The Board declined to hold a fundraiser for an individual person/cause but decided it may be an option for fundraising organizations/groups to run concessions at our events to raise money for their causes, however there were are no suitable events scheduled the remainder of this year.

The Board discussed the possibility of holding a shotgun ‘turkey shoot’ in the spring to promote participation in trap/skeet shooting.

Good and Welfare:
Jesse Smith reported the club received an email from Jeff Leete requesting the fan direction be reversed, in the bathroom at the rifle range; and an email from Duane Ziegler, thanking the Board for doing a great job.

Todd Burch motioned “We adjour.” The motion was seconded and passed at 7:43 pm.