January 2015- Ladies Day- Sponsored by Buckleys Rural Services.
The start to the 2015 season saw a good turnout of shooters on a delightful day at Middling bank. The theme for January was Ladies day where the girls got to shoot for free. Mario(Marion) Magrin must have had a tough Christmas as he endeavored to have his nominations waived by wearing a dress. A dress is one thing but I thought the lipstick was taking it a little far.
The event was sponsored by Buckley’s Rural Services and well attended by the Buckley family. Many thanks to Jim, Clare and the two boys for supporting the club and coming and shooting some clays I hope you enjoyed it as much as we enjoyed having you.
Thanks also need to go to Steve Blyth of Jindabyne Joinery who kindly donated new white boards to replace the scoring blackboards, really seems to brighten the place up.
Chris Robinson and Kris Jones set a short course that had a good variation of targets. I think it offered all grades opportunities to hit some and miss some. There were some complaints about clay target colours which has actually seen a decision at the club meeting after the shoot to outlaw the use of green targets.
The general meeting went well. New traps are to be ordered. Some older traps are to be sold. Money has been approved for more upgrades to the clubhouse. We will now be providing eftpos facilities at shoots and some arrangements have been finalized for Easter.
Next shoot is February 15th The famous Tower shoot. Sponsored by the Corbett Family and Snowy River Tyre power, Jindabyne.
See you there.