Range Cleanups

Range cleanups are held on the first Saturday of the month from 10am - noon except for holiday weekends such as July 4th and Labor Day. In those cases, the range cleanup is on the second Saturday of the month. Please visit the calendar for more information.  Questions about range cleanups should be sent to rm@ncrgc.org.  

Per the Range Safety Rules, members must participate in at least one range cleanup each year. The range cleanup fee for those that do not participate in a range cleanup has increased to $100 for the current membership year. The range cleanup fee must be paid in July along with your membership renewal fee or you will forfeit your membership. The June range cleanup is the last time that members receive credit for the current membership year.  July range cleanup credit is credited to next year's cleanup commitment.

You should already know if you participated in at least one range cleanup each year; however, in case you want to check, please review the following document.  You will need your member number (10 digit number located on the front of your member badge). We provide this information using your member number so as to protect the privacy of our members.

Range Cleanup
Range Cleanup Through March 2018.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [292.3 KB]




There has been a request made for a Range Clean during the week for those who are not able to attend on a Saturday. Our Assistant Range Master, Dean Sailer has volunteered to make this happen.






These will be typical Range Clean events lasting from 10 am until noon. Please bring work gloves, cordless drills and a sawzall if you have one.

Please be prompt as Dean will not be able to stay at the sign in area to wait as he will be there with only the few that will show up.



RSVP to:Dean Sailer would be appreciated, but is not mandatory. Yes, this will credit your account for the Annual Range Cleanup requirement.

And remember, attendance at the Special By-Law Meeting on April 7th will also count toward this requirement!



Russ Hickman

Range Master






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