COUNTY BOWHUNTERS ASSOCIATION, Inc.
Meeting February 16, 2016
Crowder, Richard Crowder, Wayne Meuir, Steve Seals, Charles
Alexander, Jeanette Vaughan, Neil Kuznar, Randy Probst, Josh Brown,
Stephen Boyd, Roger Allen, Brad Reuthinger
OF LAST MEETING READ
to approve January minutes by Randy Probst. Seconded by Wayne.
CCBA treasurer not present.
Seals reported that lease was paid. ASA membership paid. Gave
packet of info to Jeanette Vaughan.
Membership – Steve Seals
membership shoot. Charles turned in several new membership forms.
Jeanette has updated the data base with new information. New
membership cards mailed. Charles has called folks with the new gate
on membership renewal still needs to be sent out to all 2015 members.
Jeanette agreed to get that done ASAP. Jeanette has posted
information on the upcoming shoot, S3DA membership, and joining on
progressing. Four members have committed to joining. Nikki Milam still
has to present information to her 4-H groups. Emory has an S3DA
tournament scheduled for May. Ours will be at the April ASA shoot.
Jeanette informed members that Tracey Smith and Mike Smith from ASA
committed to being at our ASA shoot because we were hosting an S3DA
tournament there. Tracey is very please at our progress on this new
program. Jeanette talked to kids about what types of shirts. Charles
mentioned that we have some youth CCBA shirts that the patch could be
applied to. Steve
Seals discussed how this program will continue to help increase
family and women's membership. Wayne pointed out that the club is
really all about the youth.
- Range - At the
work day and after, all stakes have been painted. Thanks to Josh Brown
for use of his tractor to grate the road. Steve said it looks great.
The toilets still need to be pumped. Wayne stated that he would get in
touch with those people. Charles will bring out ice for the membership
shoot. A new board was installed the small one, but Charles will get in
touch with Steve Milewski for the large board. A new filing cabinet was
put in the storeroom.
need to post safety information. Emergency numbers for range and
Shoot– Steve Seals
brought up discussion about S3DA insurance. The cost for
starting a club $50. Jeanette had a discussion with Steve Milewski
by phone about insurance. Steve Milewski felt that the additional
$125. Annual insurance was a bargain to cover any issues with kids.
Steve Seals asked if ASA insurance would cover. Jeanette explained
that those were the rules for the club. Steve Milewski will cut a
check for $175.to establish the Collin County S3DA club sponsored by
Collin County Bowhunters. Jeanette will build a facebook page for
open carry laws – Charles Alexander
Alexander will bring out concessions. Water, Gatorade, Soft Drinks.
Wayne to bring out chips and candy. Discussion on charge for
crackers, chips, etc. Motion by Charles that they would be 1$ each.
Neil seconded. Motion passed.
- Targets and
set up –
Frday, Neil and Steve will go around 3 PM to set targets. Wayne will
set the stakes. Four new targets.
- Awards –
and 3rd. Medals for the kids. Cash payouts for the next club shoot
- Members to
shoot - Saturday: Neil, Freddie, Steve, and Eugene Sunday:
Jeanette, Wayne, Brad, Charles and Randy.
for the shoot – cash box will have $125 to start. Fifty $ones,
then other bills.
time of shoot – members will get there at 0700 if possible.
to register folks. Jeanette suggested using a registration form just
like Emory or Archer's for Christ. Jeanette will draft a copy and
send to Steve for approval. Jeanette will also have S3DA
registration sheets. S3DA members will have to pay an additional $15
to join. That covers them with insurance from S3DA. Steve will copy
extra membership forms and insurance forms. Jeanette will send a
copy of the members to date to Steve, since new members will not have
to pay and those already registered will have to pay. Josh supplied
clipboard for CCBA paperwork. Jeanette asked if others could bring
old clip boards.
mentioned Easton has a bow set up package for youth for $60. S3DA had a
matching grant, but the club had to up in the funds and
prices were expensive. Steve suggested it was something to think
about to pick up one or two and raffle them off.
Thanks to Josh
for use of his bow shop for this meeting due to
darkness and cold weather.
how open carry laws will affect shoots. At working weekend, a new
member had a pistol mounted on his belt, semi-covered with jacket.
suggested that open carry shouldn't affect anything. If we prohibited
firearms, it would hurt attendance, especially from "the good
ole' boys" type. Wayne asked if ASA had rules on that and
wondered what other clubs do. Jeanette did not know, but would look
up. Josh agreed that we would get lots of flack if we prohibited it.
Randy made a motion that we let it ride. Josh seconded. All voted
in favor. Motion passed.
ADJOURNED at approximately 8:00 PM
CLUB SHOOT: March 5 and 6 before next meeting.
MEETING: March 15th
at Collin County Archery, Josh’s bowshop. 2192 Co Rd 494,
Princeton, TX 75407 Phone:(214) 810-084