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As some members have already noticed, the Club has added a significant amount of new base material to our range road, at considerable expense.  The primary reason for doing so was to mitigate dust from being blown onto our immediate neighbor’s property. The prevailing winds are west and north. Our neighbor lives to the southeast.  Please limit your speed to 15 mph.  The road will stay in better shape, it won’t get washboard, and we’ll be neighborly.  We do not want to have to detain drivers and invite them to appear before the Board to explain themselves.
Pat Miller
WCFW, Grounds Director

Range Officers needed at the Rocky Mountain Regional GSSF Match. June 25-26th

Wanted: Range Officers and assistance at the Rocky Mountain Regional GSSF Match. June 25-26th.
No experience required. Training and lunch will be provided. Your name will be placed in a drawing for Glock certificates, one ticket per DAY you help out. Those who are able can assist on Friday setting up stages and can shoot for score then if they wish. Contact Wayne Seale at Please put Glock in subject line so I don’t think it’s junk mail.

Major Road Work this Week Starting May 11

Beginning tomorrow morning(Wednesday)at 8am and through Friday to 5pm the road entering the range which provides access to the range kiosk, sporting clays field, 5 stand shotgun area, the clubhouse, archery range, bench rest and rifle ranges, and south pistol ranges will undergo repair and resurfacing with new road base. We do not see the need to close any area of the range during this road maintenance project, but do request extreme caution and reduced speed while traveling around equipment operating on the road or adjacent areas. The parking lot for the south pistol ranges (S1-S4) will also be reworked for better drainage and we recommend the use of the N1-N4 and S8 ranges instead of the south pistol ranges, if possible. Increased dust will also be a considerable nuisance. Thank you for your understanding.
Grounds Director