The Boise Gun Club invites you to the Young
Family Memorial Shoot
In memory of Don, Henrietta and Steve Young
Sunday, November 4th, 2012.
350 PITA Registered Targets
100 Singles – 100 Doubles – 100 Handicap and Special New Shooter (Rookie) – 50 Bird Singles Event.
41 Trophies and Awards including Two Beautiful buckles, each with four rubies and the BGC Golden Mallard in the center. Trophies for Ladies, Vets, Senior Vets, Juniors and five trophies for Rookies only.
All Shooters Joining the PITA for the first time will have all of their 2013 dues paid for them ($20). ½ by the State Association and ½ by the Parent Association.
Set of Handicap Perpetuals just for this shoot. Jackpot purse on the Handicap.
High-Over-All Champion and five class H-O-A winner pins from the PITA. First time 25-50-75 Straight Pins available from the State Association.
$150 draw score prize money on the handicap event.
CROSS REGISTRATION AVAILABLE!!
SHOOT THE MULTIPLEX AT THIS SHOOT!
DONALD ROBERT YOUNG 1926 – 2012.
Don Young was truly an icon in Idaho trapshooting. His shooting accomplishments were many, and his contributions to the sport were too numerous to list. He was a state champion (1962 HOA), a member of the state All-Star team six times (98-99-01-02-03-04-05), and in 2006 he was inducted into the Idaho Trapshooting Hall of Fame. He attended (and won at) shoots all over the Northwest and was often accompanied by his son Steve or his wife Henrietta.
Don’s list of wins was impressive, but his contributions to gun clubs and individuals were legendary. He was a life member of the Boise and Caldwell gun clubs and served as President of the Boise club. His support and help on many projects for these clubs over the years was vital to their success. He often provided materials, money, and labor and more if it was needed. He also very quietly helped dozens of individuals become shooters in the sport he loved. Don especially liked to help young shooters get started or be able to continue to shoot and he never expected or wanted thanks from those he helped.
Because family was very important to Don, he took a long break from shooting in the 60’s and 70’s to raise a family and run a business (Don Young Construction and Supply). He loved sports, including baseball, bowling, golf, and trapshooting and was a happy spectator and supporter of all of his children and grandchildren’s many sports activities over the years.
Don also believed in service to his community and was a life member of the Nampa Elks, Good Sams, and the Kuna Lions Club.
He served his country in the Army in World War II and was married to his wife Henrietta, who he dearly loved, for 58 years. Don had a life that was well lived and he left his mark, from the family he raised and the many buildings he built, to the dozens of people who were lucky enough to know him, respect him, and love him.
We honor you Don and we’ll remember you. Here’s to 100 straights and the Braves winning the World Series.
HENRIETTA YOUNG 2007
Henrietta was born and raised in Kuna, Idaho. She played baseball and basketball in High School and also was a cheerleader. She was very sports-oriented and this worked out well when she married Don Young in 1949. Don gave up the opportunity to play professionally for the Chicago Cubs in order to start a family and both Don and Henrietta spent a large part of their lives either participating in sports or supporting and watching their children and grandchildren take part in many activities. Don gave Henrietta clubs for golfing and her own gun to shoot trap as they traveled together all over the West. She started working at a young age in a local grocery store, then spent about 15 years at a bank before joining Don and their sons in their family business. Don Young Construction and Supply built homes, churches, schools, banks, and other projects across the state until 2005.
Henrietta loved to cook and bake and was famous for her cookies, pies, and cakes. She also really enjoyed shopping with her daughter. Other favorite activities included bowling, playing cards, travelling to Lion’s Club activities and conventions, and Kaveman Travelers Good Sam trips with her husband. She often went with Don and Steve to trapshoots all over the West including the Grand Pacific in Washington several times.
Her husband, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were very important to her and they were the loves of her life. She loved and encouraged family get-togethers and activities.
It is often said that “behind every good man is a good woman.” The Young family is a great example of that. Much of what Don Young accomplished during his lifetime was made possible by the support, love, and loyalty that Henrietta gave him for 58 years.
If you were looking for a role model for a wife, a mother, or a grandmother, you would be hard pressed to find a better one than Henrietta Young.
Our Friend: Steve Young 1951-2005
It was a real shock to the Trapshooting community when Steve passed away suddenly in 2005. Not just because it was so unexpected, but because Steve had so many good friends and was so well liked and respected for his personality, friendship, accomplishments, and his efforts in support of gun clubs, state associations, and individuals within the sport.
Steve loved sports and competing from when he was a young boy throughout his adult life. He loved playing softball, basketball, and bowling among others. When he returned to trapshooting , it became one of his passions and he became very good at it with many wins from shoots of all sizes. The crowd could be large or small and he would do his best and be a gracious winner or be happy for someone else if they came out on top. Steve’s wins included many from State shoots, Zone shoots, and the Grand Pacific. One of his most treasured accomplishments was winning the Washington State Bank Handicap during the 1999 Grand Pacific at the Evergreen Gun Club. He fired the only 99 in a field of 479 shooters.
We would like to have displays of memories of the good times during Don, Henrietta, and Steve’s lives and we want you to join in. If you have a favorite memory (or several) of an event involving them, we ask that you share them with us. It can be long or short and you can write it up or just phone it in and we’ll get it ready for display.
Send memories to: Kent Harris. Phone: 345-0711. 3717 Custer Dr. Boise, Id. 83705. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and to the website at www.boisegunclub.com/contact-us. You can even post below in the comments sections of this news article, remember you will need to create a login to post any comments.
Goodbye Friends! You are gone but we won’t forget you. We’ll break some birds for you at every shoot we go to.
HANDICAP DRAW SCORE PRIZES! Two cash prizes! $100 for the first score drawn and $50 for the second score drawn. Ties will shoot off miss-and-out. The scores will be drawn as soon as the last handicap scores are posted, so stick around (you never know!)
Champions of the 2005 Steve Young:
Singles: Mel Robey-100
Doubles: Art Voorhis-96
Handicap: Jeff Dupuis-98
H-O-A: Cal Wilson-285 X 300
Super H-O-A Shoot-Off Champion: Carmel Gonzales-59 X 60
Champions of the 2006 Steve Young:
Singles: Juan Goitiandia and Russ Westerberg-100
Doubles: Chester Carter-97
Handicap: John Houser-97
H-O-A: Art Voorhis-286
Super H-O-A Shoot-Off Champion: Pete Miller-56 X 60
Champions of the 2007 Steve Young:
Singles: Mike Miller and Brad Thomas-100
Doubles: Kent Harris-97
Handicap: Esther Stapleton-98
H-O-A: Kent Harris-286 Super H-O-A Shoot-Off Champion: Mike Stapleton-58 X 60
Champions of the 2008 Steve Young:
Singles: Russ Westerberg – 100
Doubles: Russ Westerberg – 92
Handicap: Fred Hoff – 95
H-O-A: Gene Adair – 276
Super H-O-A Shoot-Off Champion: Wayne Pickerill – 60 x 60
Champions of the 2009 Steve Young :
Singles: Chester Carter & John Booth – 99
Doubles: Booth & Esther Stapleton – 95
Handicap – LaHoma Dupuis – 92
H-O-A: Booth – 282
Super H-O-A Shoot – Champion: Ed Van Etten- 58 X 60
Champions of the 2010 Steve Young
Singles: Jeff DuPuis & Kody Klundt – 99
Doubles: Stu Welton & Shawn Cahoon – 97
Handicap: Randy Brixey – 98
H-O-A: Cahoon – 285
Super H-O-A Shoot-Champion: Cahoon – 59 X60
Champions of the 2011 Steve Young.
Singles – Nick Krause 100
Doubles – Levi Veatch – 96
Handicap – Jeff Dupuis – 95
H-O-A – Nick Krause – 286
Super H-O-A Shoot – champion: Lahoma Dupuis
Sunday, November 4th, 2012.
Registration Starts at 8:00 a.m. Shooting at 9:30 a.m.
Event 1 – Henrietta Young Memorial Singles (100 Targets)
PITA Daily Fee $3
Targets and Awards $28.50
State Target Fee $1.50
Lewis Option (paid 1 in 6) $10
Event 2 – Steve Young Memorial Doubles (100 Targets)
Targets and Awards $28.50
State Target Fee $1.50
Lewis Option (paid 1 in 6) $10
Event 3 – Don Young Memorial Handicap (100 Targets)
Targets and Awards $28.50
State Target Fee $1.50
Hall of Fame Lewis Purse $10
25 Options-$2.50 per 25 (60%-40%) $10
50 Options-3 50’s $5 each (50%-30%-20%) $15
Steve Young Perpetuals $20
Jackpot Option (see program) $25
Event 4 – 50 Bird Rookie Singles
Targets and Awards $14
State Target Fee $1
****SPECIAL NOTE – All shooters are welcome to shoot event 4, but only rookies are eligible for the trophies.
Information on Program Purses and Options.
First of all – new shooters please understand that you do not have to enter any of these purses or options to shoot the event. They are a gamble and add excitement to the game. MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND HOW THEY WORK.
To help you with this, there will be an information packet that you can pick up when you register for the shoot. For information on Lewis Options, handicap purses, and 25 and 50 handicap options, refer to this hand-out. (For the Jackpot Option, the perpetuals and the Hall of Fame Lewis see the following in the program). You should understand what these options and purses are, how they work and how they are paid out. Also please ask questions if you have them. Very few shooters understood many of these things the first time they shot either. The Boise Gun Club wants you to have fun when you come and shoot with us. We don’t want you entering something you didn’t understand. (You can ask Kent Harris, or John Booth among others if you have questions).
Steve Young Jackpot Option.
For this shoot there will be no special event on the handicap. Instead, the Steve Young Jackpot Option is being offered as an alternative for the more “adventurous” handicap shooters. The option will cost $25 with all of the money going back to the shooters on that day. It will be paid 1 in 6 entries, high gun.
6 entries or less will pay: 100% high gun
7-12 entries will pay: 60%-40% high gun
13-18 entries will pay: 50%-30%-20% high gun
19 or more will pay: 30%-20%-30%-20% high gun
(this last pay-off spreads the money out a little bit more)
Steve Young Perpetual Purses
These handicap perpetuals were donated by some of Steve’s friends and will be used only at the Steve Young Memorial shoot each year.
Dave & Elaine Claiborne Traps 1 & 2 $356
Ron & Cindy Riggs Traps 1 & 3 $356
Virgil Perry & Stuart Welton Traps 1 & 4 $356
Tracy & Desiree Dursteler Traps 2 & 3 $356
Idaho PITA Directors Traps 2 & 4 $356
Earl Ward Auctions Traps 3 & 4 $336
Total Purses for this shoot: $2116
“First Hit” – Carmel Gonzales. Traps 3 & 4 – 2006.
Entry fee for this non-compulsory option is $3 for each 50 ($18) and the other $2 of the $20 entry will be added to the purse with the lowest total amount at the end of the shoot. Entry fees collected at this shoot will be added to the respective purses for the next Young family Memorial Shoot. Any two 25 straights win ONE-HALF of the respective purse. Each $20 entry is eligible for one-half of any or all (i.e., 100 straight) of these perpetual purses. All ties divide respective monies.
Idaho Hall of Fame Lewis Purse.
Both the PITA and ATA Idaho state associations strongly support the Idaho Trapshooting Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame purses will be Lewis Class purses on the handicap events. They will cost $10 and will be paid: one pay per 6 entries with 70% to the shooters and 30% donated to the Hall of Fame to help support and preserve the history of Idaho trapshooting.
Trophies and Awards Information
Event 1 – Singles Winner each class (AA-A-B-C-D), lady, junior, vet, senior vet and rookie.
Event 2 – Doubles Winner each class (AA-A-B-C-D), lady, junior, vet, senior vet and rookie.
Event 3 – Handicap Champion ( belt buckle), winner each yardage group: 18-21.5, 22-24.5, 25-26 and 27. Lady,junior, vet, senior vet and rookie.
Event 4 – 50 Singles Rookie winner and runner-up.
***Special Note: No rookie may win more than two rookie trophies for theday. For example, if a rookie wins in both vents 1 and 3, then they could not win another rookie trophy in event 4.
H-O-A Awards. The champion and each class winner (AA-A-B-C-D) willreceive a trophy pin from the PITA and a trophy plate from the Boise Gun Club.
Super H-O-A Shoot-Off. After event 3 there will be a 60 target shoot-off between the H-O-A champion and all class winners (total of 6). They will shoot 20 singles, 20 handicap, and 10 pairs of doubles to determine a Super H-O-A winner. A handicapping system will be in effect by adding targets to the singles and doubles scores (a score of 20 will be the maximum possible). D class: add 3 birds to their 16 yard shoot-off score and 3 birds to their doubles shoot-off score. C class: Add 2 and 2. B class: Add 1 and AA and A classes: No birds added.
The winner of this Super H-O-A Shoot-Off will win a buckle with the Boise Gun Club Golden Mallard Logo. ***Special Note! The winner of the handicap buckle IS NOT eligible for this Super H-O-A Shoot-Off and the buckle that goes to the winner.
Special Donations of Awards
The Young Family has donated the buckle for the handicap champion.
The Young Family has donated the Super H-O-A shoot-off winner’s buckle.
The Young Family has donated the money for the handicap cash draw scores.
A.D. has donated the five rookie trophies and two to go with the draw score money prizes. She has also donated the cake.
Thanks to everyone for your donations and support. They make the shoot more fun and improve the quality of the shooting experience for those who attend. Don, Henrietta and Steve’s friends and the Boise Gun Club thank you. Anyone wishing to sponsor a buckle or make any donation for next year, please contact Kent Harris.
Program General Information.
This Certifies that the Boise Gun Club has been authorized to hold a registered PITA shoot at Boise, Idaho on November 4, 2012. PITA rules will apply. THE PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL TRAPSHOOTING ASSOCIATION.
Cross Registration with the ATA is Available at this Shoot! Ask at the Handicap Table.
Sign Up, Registration and Classification – Will start at 8 a.m. with shooting to start at 9:30. You will notice that we are having an extra-long registration time. This should make it so that shooters won’t have to wait in line very long and we can start the shooting on time. This will only work if shooters don’t wait until the last minute to sign up. Make it easy on yourself (and the cashier) and get there early to sign up. Also on a related note: Remember that the night before the shoot is when we go off of Daylight Savings Time and if you forget to change your clocks you will get to the shoot an hour early.
Shells – Will be available. Legal reloads are permitted. If you want your empties, please catch them. No one will be permitted to pick up empty hulls.
Awards – No shooter may win more than one trophy per event. You must notify the handicapper if you are a lady, junior, vet, senior vet or rookie. No minimum number of shooters required for trophies.
Shoot-offs –All ties for trophies will be shot off. Ties on option money will be split. Be available or forfeit.
Kitchen – Will be open for this shoot. Food is available.
Conduct and Program Changes – The Boise Gun Club reserves the right to refuse entry or withdraw any contestant who in any way interferes with the safety, harmony, and enjoyment of this shoot. The Boise Gun Club also reserves the right to change or alter any portion of this program at any time prior to, or during, this shoot.
Practice Trap – One practice trap will be open an hour before and during the shoot. Purchase practice tickets at the B.G.C. cashier’s window at member prices.
Special Category Information – Vet-65 or older. Senior Vet-70 or older. Junior-under 18. Rookie-Any shooter that has not shot 500 registered singles or 500 registered handicap or 500 registered doubles (PITA and ATA targets combined). OR any shooter who did not register targets before the end of the PITA state shoot in June.
Idaho PITA All-Star Team Points – There will be a maximum of 27 team points available at this shoot.
Straight Pins – First time PITA 25-50-75 straight pins will be available to all shooters compliments of the State association. PITA 100 straight and 27 yard pins to those who qualify compliments of the parent PITA.
New Shooters – Less than 500 registered singles – shoot B class. Less than 200 registered doubles – shoot B class.
Win a Boise Gun Club Yardstick – Anyone who earns a punch in the handicap will win a B.G.C. Yardstick.
Singles Classification – AA-97 and up. A-94.50 to 96.99. B-91.50 to 94.49. C-88.50 to 91.49. D-Under 88.50%.
Doubles Classification – AA-94.50 and up. A-90 to 94.49. B-85 to 89.99. C-80 to 84.99. D-Under 80%
Weather – The normal high and low temperatures for this date in Boise are 52 and 35. What will we get this year??
Remember this is the first shoot of the new PITA target year. Plan to renew your membership if necessary. It should be a fun day of shooting and memories!!! Also remember that we go off of Daylights Savings on Saturday night. Don’t forget to set your clock!
Shoot for the Lewis Class $$$$. Compete in a Lewis pool of over 200 shooters. If you want to shoot the Multiplex this weekend you can shoot it in conjunction with the Young family events. We’ll count your first 50 targets in each of the regular events. All you have to pay is the $9 Lewis for each event you shoot. Questions? Call Kent at 345-0711
The 2013 Registered Shoot Calendar has been posted. All the dates have been put on our website calendar (http://boisegunclub.com/calendar/) and our FaceBook Events page (http://www.facebook.com/boisegunclub/events). Below you will find the list of all the upcoming registered shoots.
- 11/04/2012 – Don & Steve Young Memorial Shoot (PITA)
- 11/21/2012 - Thanksgiving Turkey / Meat Shoot
- 12/23/2012 - Christmas Meat Shoot
- 02/17/2013 – Buckmaster Shoot (PITA)
- 05/11/2013 – PITA Singles Marathon
- 05/24 – 27/2013 – Idaho State Shoot (ATA)
- 06/21 – 23/2013 – Idaho State Shoot (PITA)
- 08/03 – 04/2013 – Silver Shoot (ATA)
- 08/18/2013 – Boise Gun Club Shoot
- 11/03/2013 – Don & Steve Young Shoot
Just to let everyone know we are open from Noon to 5pm today July 4, 2012. Come on out and have some fun on this festive holiday.
Have a great 4th of July everyone.
BOISE GUN CLUB DIRECTOR’S MEETING MINUTES
Tuesday, December 6, 2011, 6:00 PM
Directors: Wayne Faude, Norman Foster, John Booth, Lahoma Dupuis, John Keppinger, James Trujillo, Leonard Weiking
Absent: Dale Hurd, Steven Eichenberger
Club members Kent Harris and Charlie Woodruff were also present.
1) The meeting was called to Order at 1800 hrs by President John Keppinger.
2) Secretary Report-Lahoma
a) Changes made to the November minutes.
Booth moved and Faude seconded that minutes be approved with changes. Unanimously approved.
3) Treasurer’s Report-Wayne Faude
a) US Bank Balance: $47,397.23
b) Perpetual’s Balance: $2434.21
c) Steve Young Perpetuals: $2017.00
Booth moved and Weiking seconded that the Treasurer’s report be accepted as presented. Unanimously approved.
4) Shoot/Target Report-Kent
a) Target Inventory: 36,288 targets were thrown to include the 8% breakage and 20% breakage for the Turkey Shoot in November.
5) Building Insulation
a) Wayne Faude to fill out paperwork for reimbursement on insulation.
b) Doors and windows checked for leaks and weather stripped as needed
6) Club Windows
a) Replacing windows was tabled indefinitely to the increased insulation keeping the club house warmer.
Foster motioned and Weiking seconded that new windows be tabled at this time. Unanimously approved.
7) Thanksgiving Meat Shoot
a) 624 meat prizes given out.
b) Thanks to Mike Smith with SPI Transportation for donating the refrigerated truck.
c) Beer/soda prices increased for this shoot.
8) Christmas Meat Shoot
a) 100 Turkeys ordered and Charlie Woodruff will pick up.
b) Beer/soda prices will be increased for this shoot as it was for the Thanksgiving shoot.
9) Skeet Safety Wall
a) Tabled until January.
10) Fundraiser for the Tillery Foundation
a) Bill Eigen and Steve Tillery came to the meeting to present a fundraising opportunity.
i) Consider Spring 2012, 1st Annual Kickoff fundraiser.
ii) Bill and Steve to come in February to discuss dates and specifics
a) Kitchen will close after the league dinner.
b) Frozen dinners and pizza will be kept in the freezer and can be purchased at the cashier window.
Booth moved and Weiking seconded that we look at other options for the kitchen. Unanimously approved.
a) A used Toyota forklift was found for $6000 and $1000 trade it for a total of $5000 total cost.
Booth moved and Faude seconded that we purchase the forklift. Unanimously approved.
13) Asphalt Cracks
a) Discussion about filling the cracks in the asphalt. Issue tabled until April.
14) Liability Insurance
a) Wayne Faude to get 2 bids for liability insurance and we will discuss at January meeting.
15) Duty rosters were passed and filled out.
Booth moved/Faude seconded that meeting be adjourned. Unanimously approved.
Meeting adjourned at 20:15.
Next meeting scheduled for Tuesday, January 3, 2012, at 1800 at the Boise Gun Club.
Respectfully Submitted by Lahoma Dupuis, Secretary Boise Gun Club
BOISE GUN CLUB DIRECTOR’S MEETING MINUTES
Tuesday, November 1, 2011, 6:00 PM
Boise Gun Club
Directors: Wayne Faude, Norman Foster, John Booth, Lahoma Dupuis, John Keppinger, Dale Hurd
Absent: James Trujillo, Leonard Weiking, Steven Eichenberger
Club Members: Kent Harris
- The meeting was called to Order at 1810 hrs by President John Keppinger.
- Secretary Report-Lahoma
- Changes made to the October minutes.
- Vendor letter being drafted to have vendors for the state shoot.
- Booth moved and Faude seconded that minutes be approved with changes. Unanimously approved.
- Treasurer’s Report-Wayne Faude
- US Bank Balance: $34,016.69
- Perpetual’s Balance: $2087.96
- Steve Young Perpetuals: $2016.00
- Foster moved and Booth seconded that the Treasurer’s report be accepted as presented. Unanimously approved.
- Shoot/Target Report-Kent
- Target Inventory: 32,698 targets were thrown to include the 10% breakage total in October.
- Steve Young Shoot:
- Norm Foster to Handicap
- Directors here 7-7:30 for set up
- John Booth and Chester Carter to rewire some speakers
- Building Insulation
- 3 bids given to blow in insulation in the ceiling of the club. All bids discussed.
- It was suggested that the back doors be checked for leaks and recommended that new weather-stripping be placed.
- Foster and Faude moved and seconded that G&G Insulation bid be accepted. Unanimously approved.
- Club Windows
- 1 bid was obtained for new windows.
- Foster/Dupuis moved and seconded that at least two more bids be obtained before choosing a vendor. Unanimously approved.
- Thanksgiving Meat Shoot
- 250 turkeys and 250 hams ordered.
- The refrigerated semi will be here to store the meat
- Lahoma to make a sign up sheet for volunteers.
- Thanksgiving meat shoot information put on the event section of the online Idaho Statesman
- John K. to make sure there is wood for the burn barrels for the shoot.
- It was recommended that new speakers be purchased for the new cordless voice calls.
- Hurd/Booth moved and seconded that new speakers be purchased from Steve Eichenberger. Unanimously approved.
- Skeet Safety Wall
- Jay Fraser is recommended that he spearhead the safety wall. Once he gets back from Alaska a director will approach him and ask.
- Bill Johnson is able to come to the state shoot as a vendor if we want him. It was discussed and thought that it would be a great idea to have him plus other vendors to attend the state shoot for variety of food and supplies. Lahoma will draft a letter for potential vendors to get a feel for who is interested.
- Target selection was discussed as an aside and it was highly recommended that we use regular targets to avoid an acid byproduct from getting on the new arms of the PAT trap.
- It was brought up that the kitchen’s cleanliness is a concern for our membership’s health. It was suggested that we close the kitchen for the winter to assess the maintenance needs and consider a new vendor or find alternatives to the meals serve in the kitchen. More discussion at the next meeting.
- Exchange Server
- Dale Hurd suggested that we get an exchange server for the club. It was discussed that since Dale is the email contact that this was not needed.
Duty rosters were passed around for volunteers for working the club.
Dupuis moved/Booth seconded that meeting be adjourned. Unanimously approved. Meeting adjourned at 1943.
Next meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 6, 2011, at 1800 at the Boise Gun Club.
Respectfully Submitted by Lahoma Dupuis, Secretary Boise Gun Club
By popular request we have added a link page. We wanted to help all our members with all their shooting needs, so we added a page called links to the site. We have tried to break this down to a few common areas: Accessories, Gun Clubs, Gun Manufactures, Reloading Supplies, Shooting Instruction, Shooting Organizations, Shooting Supply Stores. You can find the link page here -> http://boisegunclub.com/links
The results for the fifth week of the Fall Trap and Skeet leagues have been posted. See the League tab, or click the following link =http://boisegunclub.com/leagues/
Boise Gun Club continues to increase it’s social networking arm. Now you can get get club updates via text message on your phone. All you need to do is sign up for a free twitter account. You can visit our twitter site at www.Twitter.com/boisegunclub for more details on this new and exciting feature.
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