Tuesday, August 27, 2013

September Newsletter

DSC-FSC member,

The summer is going fast and school is starting again we want to thank all of you for being part of DSC and FSC for the first part of the year and hope you will continue to enjoy the indoor range throughout the rest of the year. We do still need for those of you that have keys for opening the range to come to a meeting and get the NEW Code for the alarm. You do have a duty to all of the other members to either continue to help out by opening the range for shooting or turn your key in and tell us we will need to ask for other people to help out. The other issue that concerns all of you is the fact that we are a 100% NRA club which means that we all need to be paid up members of the NRA. I am still missing a number of NRA numbers which we do need to have listed to maintain our club status. I know it is one more bill to pay but the importance of your ongoing support of 2nd Amendment and the Constitution and the big picture of our whole country cannot be overstated. Many lives have been given over the years for the dream that was started in 1776. Many lives are still being given to support that dream please do your part in a small way to pay it back and forward. Rather philosophical, I know, but think about it. I personally want to thank all of you for being part of DSC-FSC something that’s been part of my life for more than 35 years. Continue to come and enjoy what we have to offer.

Respectfully, Chuck O.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

August Newsletter

DSC-FSC Member, those of you that have key’s to access the DSC range for working or board members you will need to get to a meeting or contact one of the board members to get the new code for the alarm. If you do not do this you will have no way to enter the range without having the alarm go off. The range alarm will be activated after the meeting on August 6th. You can also come to the open range times and register with the range officer to verify that you have a key and your working times during the year. Board members need to have access, therefore are exempt, except for getting the alarm code.

We have found more club property missing and no one is saying where it went. Why would anyone think that they can do this?

Chuck Oster