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Hi Everyone, we had a great Member meeting last night with over 40 attendees. This meeting included 4 separate Board sponsored motions to update and modify sections of our constitution and bylaws.
Following the instructions in our constitution these motions were made at April’s Members meeting and then tabled to be voted on at the May Member meeting.
Here is a brief summary of each:
the Club Constitution be revised to eliminate restricting of membership periods to the club’s fiscal year, and honorary memberships from annual review.
the Club Constitution be revised to eliminate restricting of Club Officers and Board members from serving in a USI office.
the Club Constitution be revised to clarify the process for impeachment and expulsion.
the Club Constitution be revised to change when membership dues and fees can be adjusted.
Full Text of Motions:
Motion to Modify Constitution-Membership Period_Bart McGlothin_2015-03-17
Motion to Modify Constitution-Eligibility_Bart McGlothin_2015-03-17
Motion to Modify Constitution-Expulsion_Bart McGlothin_2015-03-17
Motion to Modify Constitution-Membership Dues_Mark Hadox_2015-03-28
I look forward to seeing you at the May meeting where we will be voting on these Motions, Nominating members for Office and preparing our next Fiscal budget.
LARGE ANIMALS FOUND HIDING NEAR THE 200 YD LINE*
The next Center Fire CLA Silhouette shoot is Saturday March 28th at 9am. There will be enough animals for 8 shooters per relay: 2 shooters on chickens, 2 on pigs etc. There will be 3 relays, as the event needs to finish before 1pm for the afternoon activity to start. This will double the number of shooters to a total of 24 people. We had a huge crowd last time and the match ran long. Steve Fenstress, match director, checked the number of extra animals and found out that we actually had enough to double our count.
Steve plans to put 10 chickens (at the normal 50 meters) on the left side of the usi mpr range and another set of 10 in the normal location on the right side of the range. Then, he will put 2 sets of pigs (10 each) out at the normal 100 meters. The turkeys will be at 150 yards. Finally, he will fill the 200 yard line with hopefully 20 rams, or as many as will fit.
*When Diablo purchased the old Keystone range silhouettes from […]
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I am a member of Diablo Rod and Gun Club for about 2 years now. I joined mainly because of action pistol (Diablo Action Pistol) activities. They have IDPA, USPSA, and Multigun matches every other week. Beyond action pistol, they have silhouette, rifle, skeet, clays, and many other activities year round. They also have a monthly social and meetings. I really like being a member of DR&GC.
Don’t forget, Diablo Rod and gun is associated with the CMP and fulfills that requirement when purchasing a garand! :-)
USI is not a club. Its a corporation that has a shooting range(s). It is comprised of several clubs. I have been a member with the Diablo Rod and Gun Club there for about 15 years. There are a bunch of shooting events with Diablo and membership is very reasonable compared to other clubs throughout the Bay Area. Check it out…http://diablorodandgun.com/
Our $25 annual membership includes:
Discounted rates at the Public range
Youth shoot free at club events (no fees)
Discounts on ammunition and accessories at the clubhouse and public range
Safety and Hunter Education Classes
Free Dinner every month at the Club Social
– To promote the conservation of wildlife, wildlands and the use thereof
– To promote the observance and enforcement of wildlife and wildlands rules and regulations
– To promote the outdoor sports and to elevate the standards of sportsmanship
– To cooperate with sportsmen and organizations of sportsmen having similar purposes
– To educate the public in general concerning the advantages of preserving wildlife, wildlands and the use thereof
– To educate the youth and adults of the community in the safe handling of firearms
– To cooperate with other organizations and individuals in efforts to preserve the rights guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America.