Please visit our Events page to see the various club activities in upcoming months
Next General Members Meeting is Wednesday, December 26th, starting at 7:30 PM.
Nobody won the attendance prize again last month so the prize is $500
this month and 10
names will be drawn.
Don't forget, you have to be present
Members voted to pass the dues increase last month!
New invoices with the new rates are scheduled to come out on January 6th!
The new dues are as follows - Regular Member dues are now $100, Seniors and Juniors dues are now $50 and Kids dues will stay the same at $10. The initiation fee for new members will remain at $35.
These new rates go into effect on January 1, 2019.
So pay your dues by December 31st and you'll pay the old rate!
Checks must get to us by January 1st. Checks dated before January 1st with the old payment rate, but don't reach us by the time the new invoices come out, will be returned to you. NO EXCEPTIONS !!! There is plenty of time to get the old rate!!!
Plate Rack locks have been changed as of November 1st !!!
The price for the yearly access key to the plates is $50. We will have them on hand at the October General meeting.
You must show a Life, 2018 or 2019 Range badge to purchase a plate rack key.
So if you would like to purchase a key, please see Dave Kistler or Roger Lafleur.
Members who don’t want to purchase a key can still use them on Sunday mornings for $5.00. Pay the on duty RSO to unlock them.
Non-members may use them on Sunday mornings for $10.00.
The great thing about the plate racks is, you don't have to bring targets to the range, you don't have to wait for the green flag to check your targets and you get that instant, yet satisfying/gratifying sound of the target being knocked over! Almost like shooting trap or skeet except with a handgun! Come on down to the range, bring your favorite (non-magnum) handgun and give it a whirl. You can also use .22 rifles if you don't have a handgun.
Trap and Skeet are now re-opened for their regular hours. Thanks for your patience!
ATTENTION: NOT getting your LSA email or our newsletter online?
Be sure to check your Junk email. Many members have found our email was being filtered to their Junk folders.
Resetting your Member password
Recently several members have had problems with resetting their member passwords.
The “problem” most of the time is that they haven’t used the whole password that is returned from the system. The temporary password will be your username which is also your email address, plus a random number. They need to be typed in as one word as shown in the email that the system sends you. Every time you reset the password, you must use the new one that the system sends you.
Don’t forget to change the password once you log in.
Also, when you log into your account you will also see your membership card if your account is paid up to date. You may also print this card if you want to laminate it. If you want it down to wallet size, you will have to try different size settings until you get it to the size you want.
Rifle range keys have changed as of July 1st!
You may purchase a new key from the club secretary or the gun shop on Sunday mornings. You must show your current membership card and your 2019 Rifle Range badge. Price of the new key is still $3.00. Correct amount will be greatly appreciated.
2018 Club Badges are here!
Price is only $3.00. See Chip at the Trap range or catch him on meeting nights. We only purchased 100 badges, so don’t delay if you want one for your collection.
Friends of LSA
There is a growing number of Life Members that are contributing donations to support the shortfall in membership dues. From here forth, these contributors will be known as the Friends of LSA
. These members understand the challenges ahead of us and are asking everyone who can, to Make a Difference
We are now accepting donations to the 2019 Friends of LSA :
Friends of LSA for 2018: Rex Baker, Dave Kistler, Jack and Martha Klette, Larry Linton, Jim Padovano, Dan McAuliffe, Art O’Leary, Thomas O’Connell, Joseph Olszak, Willis Regan, Ralph Romano Jr., Greg Tardiff, Tom Doiron and Larry Thomas
If you would like to be recognized as a Friend of LSA
, please see Roger on Sunday mornings at the club or you can mail him a check noting that it is a Friend of LSA
donation. Donations have ranged from an annual dues amount to other amounts within the Senior and Regular dues amounts.
The LSA Gun Shop
Click here for the Gun Shop
or above in the menu bar and check out what's on hand for firearms and supplies!