Looking for a Few to Form a Publicity Committee
If you are talented in writing Press Releases, coordinating with the Chamber of Commerce, visiting local vendors and distributing Rack Cards and Business Cards, your talent is needed. The Publicity Committee will be on hiatus over the winter, but will hit the road this Spring to make known the best outdoor shooting range in the White Mountains.
Please consider and contact Linda Gilbertson at 928-521-4821 or email@example.com.
Change in Monthly Meeting Location and Time
The monthly WMSA Board Meetings (second Wednesday of each month) will now take place at the Show Low Senior Center starting September 9, 2020. The meeting time will change to 6:00 pm. The Show Low Senior Center is located at 301 E Mc Neil, Show Low (behind Cal Ranch).
All WMSA Members and members of the public are welcome to attend.
We have returned to the fourth Sunday of each month at 1:00PM. Contact Manuel Tavares at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. A flyer is available in the range RSO building. Grab your pistols, grab some ammo and a concealed carry method to practice personal defense.
Improvements Went On During Range Closure Last Year
Game and Fish continued to support WMSA and the Second Knoll Target range, even during last year’s closure. As many of you know, the road to the range, and the roads inside the fence, have not always been what we want them to be. So the G&F Development Branch sent their Heavy Equipment group to improve the situation. Jack, Jed, and Dan worked hard at it, and after just a few hours there was noticeable improvement on the road.
Using a loader, grader, and truck, they reshaped the road in to the range from US 60, so it sheds water and alleviates getting muddy in the wet season. They topped the road with cinders from the pile at the range. They also added cinder to the parking lots behind the 50 & 100 yard ranges, while creating more parking space on the East side. This should eliminate the mud issues we’ve had in the past.
We appreciate their hard work and improvements they made.
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Article on Second Knoll Target Range
Target shooting can be a fun and rewarding activity for the whole family and a great way to enjoy our public lands. As fire season progresses and the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest moves into Stage II fire restrictions, opportunities for dispersed target shooting become limited. Fortunately there is a great facility for target shooting located on the National Forest that remains open despite the restrictions. . . .
The training and competition bays are available for rent for private events..