Sportsman club eyes more range safety officers

BALDWIN – Because the Lake County Sportsman Club is having more events at the range, president Len Todd has announced “we need to train some more range safety officers. There is a class on Oct. 9. If you would like to go to this training please contact me. The tuition will be paid for. It is a one-day course.

“This is a great opportunity for us as the training is being held in Harrison.”

Todd also announced the 3-Gun shoot is on Sept. 25 and the annul LCSC dinner is Nov. 13.

At the July board meeting, there was discussion on the completion of the trap field. The sides on the building need to be completed. Greg Nichols Jr. is working on the sign/rules. He also said there is a finger control coming. Discussion on the electrical is needed and a different breaker box is needed.

On the Baldwin Road sign, it was noted the logo has been redesigned. There was discussion on taking the sign down for the winter to extend its life. Discussion on the posts to mount the sign continued. The search is on for members or acquaintances that know of some wood for the signposts support.

Harold Nichols presented the information on costs for the new carport/pavilion area at the archery range.

On Hunter’s Safety classes, Greg Nichols Jr. relayed that the State has recently opened up the capability of going to the range. Another member said he is working on setting up dates for classes. He is being very optimistic that he would like to have five classes this year.