It’s exciting to see shooters showing an ever-increasing interest in volunteering. It’s wonderful to hear that you appreciate the time and energy it takes to produce a great course every week. Our core volunteer group spends over 40 hours per week setting machines, loading clays, cleaning the site, repairing machines, changing batteries, building racks, benches and machine coverings, writing grants, completing administrative tasks, and then staffing the lodge, which is our main necessity.
There are always tasks and projects that can use your help; some can even be done at home. We can use your expertise or, if you need training, we will help you gain the knowledge. You don’t have to be a shooter to participate to help at your site. We have families that help in the lodge and others that volunteer as a Boy Scout, student or spouse.
David will be providing lodge shift training this Saturday, November 2, starting at 9 am. Join him so you, too, can help fellow shooters by taking a much-needed lodge shift in the near future. One person who opens the course and runs the lodge until closing will receive 100 sporting clays targets which can be shared with your partner volunteers. It is easy to do and fun.
Take pride in your sporting clays range. Give back as a volunteer.