Call to Order:
The November 17, 2022 meeting of the Mainville Sportsmen’s Club was called to order by President Denny Jaskiewicz at 7:00 p.m., followed by a moment of silence and the Pledge of Allegiance. Twenty eight members and guests were present.
Approval of Meeting Minutes:
Secretary Lingousky read the minutes of the October 20, 2022 meeting. A motion was made by Jeff Thompson and seconded by Mike Romig to approve the minutes as read. The motion carried.
Treasurer Felegie read the Treasurer’s report for November. A motion to approve the report as presented was made by Jack Roadarmel, seconded by Jerry Capa. The motion carried.
President Jaskiewicz reported that the down-range warning lights are installed and working.
Millings for the Club driveway will be installed the week after Thanksgiving. Approval for this project was by the Board of Directors at the Nov. 1 board meeting due to the short time frame.
Sight-In Sunday had 27 members attend. Jim Cunningham won free membership for 2023.
Steel committee reported 10 shooters
Steel Challenge: 29 shooters.
Skeet and Trap committee requested a remote to eliminate hazard of running extension cords. Rod Bardo made a motion to spend $395 for a remote. Seconded by Mike Romig. Motion carried.
Introduction of New Members:
The following 6 new member applications were approved with no abstentions:
Jacob Conklin A1173-00475
Henry Herring A1174-00474
Samuel Herring A1175-00476
Tyler Breach A1176-00477
Jason Meyers A1177-00478
Lincoln Scott Meyers JR1177
Club received a thank you letter from the Boy Scouts for our donation.
Good and Welfare of the Club:
Jeff Thompson volunteered to do December meeting dinner.
There being no further business to discuss, on a motion to adjourn by Jack Roadarmel, the meeting adjourned at 7:18 p.m.
Joyce E. Lingousky
Joyce Lingousky, Secretary
Directors in attendance at this meeting:
Mike Felegie, Jr.