Meeting was called to order at 1800 hours by President Kent Graham.
Roll Call: Present Kent Graham, Chester Carter, Abe Wilson, Calvin Kidney, Ed Van Etten, Brian Francisco, Rich Robles and Don McFarland. Absent Leonard Wehking.
Guests Present: Lahoma Turner, Joe Turner, Wayne Faude and Gerry Faude.
Chester Carter presented a profit and loss statement for October. Chester stated that there is about $44,000 in the U.S. Bank checking account. There is a load of targets on order and should be delivered by 5th of November 2021. Cost of the targets will be about $20,000.
Chester stated that phone service will change on 2 November 2021 to Ooma, which is a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system. The Credit Card system will also change to a VoIP system which should save about 1.5% on our credit card costs.
The Alarm system will be upgraded sometime between 3-4 November 2021 to a cellular system. The additional cost for this upgrade will be about $35 per month additional.
Calvin Kidney moved to accept the treasurer’s report. Ed Van Etten seconded the motion. Motion passed.
Calvin Kidney presented the minutes from the 4 October 2021 director’s meeting. With no additions or corrections Ed Van Etten moved to accept the minutes as presented. Rick Robles seconded the motion. Motion passed.
The Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot will be Sunday 21 November 2021. Lahoma and Kent are working on the flyer to be mailed out by Friday the 5th of November. Price for the shoot will be $7 for individual tickets or a punch card of five shoots for $30. Splatter boards will be available for $2 per spot; each splatter board will have 25 spots.
Wayne Faude will be working on obtaining the turkeys and hams from Albertsons. The cost of the turkeys will be $1.59/lb. and the hams will be $1.89/lb. Wayne will get 450 turkeys and 300 hams. Mike Smith will provide the needed refrigeration for the turkey and hams.
It was decided that if we run out of meat prizes that the cash prize will be $15.00.
Kent Graham stated that each director should try to get members of the club to help with the shoot.
Abe Wilson will work on getting porta pottys for the shoot. Abe will also get cones and caution tape to help direct shooters and try to keep the areas safer.
Ed Van Etten asked if the Club was going to participate in the Sportsman Show in early 2022. After some discussion Don McFarland moved that the BGC participate in the Sportsman Show. Ed Van Etten seconded the motion. Motion passed. Cost and exact details to be determined in future meetings.
Chester Carter reported that there are 15 control boxes for the voice release systems for the trap line, but that the club is short speakers and stands for the additional needed.
Abe Wilson is researching the cost and feasibility of converting the Pat-Trap rubber springs to metal springs. Abe will report to the board the anticipated cost and other considerations at a future meeting.
Leonard Wehking was working on weed spraying by Ada County Weed Control. Brian Francisco mentioned that he had not received notification from Ada County that they were going to spray. Kent Graham will follow up with Leonard to see what the progress is.
Brian Francisco mentioned that there needs to be a system for the cashier to insure that new shooters read and sign the rules of the Boise Gun Club. Kent Graham will discuss with the cashiers about getting new shooters and people who rent BGC shotguns, to read and sign the published rules of the BGC.
With no other business Don McFarland moved to adjourn the meeting. Calvin Kidney seconded the motion. Motion passed.
Calvin Kidney, Secretary Boise Gun Club