February 16, 2017
has received permission for a limited number of permits to access the
Boquillas Ranch during the 2017 Antelope Eaters hunt. They have
limited the number to 15. We will be giving them out on a
first-come first-served basis at the Black Cat Bar in Seligman begining
Friday afternoon March 3, 2017 at 3 pm.
The Ranch manager informed
the Club that some people last year were collecting deer and elk
horns instead of hunting preadators as outlined in the permit.
February 15, 2017
Thanks to the efforts of Fred Thompson, Dave Coburn, Gary Bruno and Marshall Gillum we now have a gong on range #10.
February 14, 2017
The membership at the February Board meeting voted to
adopt the fees passed at the January 12, 2017 meeting. The new fees are as follows:
60+ Annual $35 single and $40 couple
Under 60 Annual $55 single and $75 couple
Silver Senior Life (70+) $165 single and $220 couple
Senior Life (60+) $330 single and $500 couple
Regular Life(under 60) $550 single and $825 couple
The fees will take effect March 1, 2017.
January 16, 2017
applications for the March 4&5, 2017 Antelople Eaters contest are
available at the gunshops in Kingman, at the Club's Range Office on the
Webpage. They will soon be available at businesses in
Please read the application carefully
as there are changes in times and you now have to be present to win any of the
January 13, 2017As
of December 31, 2016, the Club had a total of $32,433 on hand.
Income for the month was $6,379 and expenses were $5,740.
Most income was from membership dues $3,030, non-member fees
$1,110, and Clay Target Center $1,391. Expenses
were; wages $2,867, range upkeep $780 and
utilities $768. There were 1,400 shooters for the month of
December-1,286 rifle/pistol and 114 shotgunners. New memberships
were 37 with 34 renewals. Membership now stands at 2,103.
December 29, 2016
The Game and Fish Department graded the road from the club house to the cowboy range. It was completed yesterday the 28th.
December 22, 2016
of the Proposed Bylaw changes were approved by the membership. We
received 142 ballots which was nearly double last years return.
The Bylaws will be updated and become effective on January
1, 2017. They will appear on the webpage at that time.
of Noverber 30, 2016, the Club had a total of $31,078 on hand.
Income for the month was $10,818 and expenses were $11,599.
Most income was from membership dues $3,745, non-member fees
$1,990, Clay Target Center $2,047 and raffle sales $1,020. Expenses
were; wages $3,068, insurance $2,997 and printing $1,720 and
were a total of 1,400 shooters in November-1,286 rifle and pistol and
114 CTC shooters. New memberships were 37, renewals were 34 and
total members climbed to 2,103.