Another Successful Spring Work Day

Another Successful Spring Work Day

Our thanks to those who attended

Curt Cotton
Millcreek Rifle Club Membership Director

Dedicated members turned out on a cold Sunday morning March 15 to participate in another successful Spring Club Work Day. Some non-members showed up, too, including the young gentlemen in the photos above, representatives of the 4-H Rifle Club who have helped at various workdays for several years now. Now that's how you raise up the next generation of Millcreek members, folks!

A work crew of about a dozen and a half hard-working individuals accomplished the following maintenance tasks in about three hours:

  • Cleared more than 10 trailer loads of brush off Pistol Bays 1 through 5. (Be on the lookout for announcement of the resulting Spring Shotgun Range Brush Pile Burn.)

  • Hung new Club Range Rules signs throughout the range.
  • Cleaned out the long over-due Pavilion, discarding several loads of scrap in the process.

Lunch was provided, as always, by the generous contribution of member Steve Heath and his wife, Robin, who own Firehouse Subs at 6415 Quivira Road and 91st and Metcalf in Overland Park. At this time of financial stress on restaurants, I hope you will extend your gratitude to the Heaths for their contribution by stopping by to give them your business. And on behalf of Millcreek's nearly 1,900 members, thank you to those who turned out to help keep this club in world-class shape!

Newsflash

"The strongest reason for people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government."
- Thomas Jefferson

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