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Range Safety Officers

  • A reminder to all club members that the board of trustees has instituted a Range Safety Officer program.
  • The Range Safety Officers will be visiting the indoor and outdoor ranges to maintain the safety polices of the club.
  • They will be carrying a red colored, clearly recognizable, Range Safety Officer badge.
  • These individuals will have the authority to ask you to present your club ID badge, ask for your name and the name of any individuals you may have with you when you are on club property. Your cooperation is appreciated

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