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 moved to the second Saturday of the month. Please visit the calendar for more information. Questions about range cleanups should be sent to email@example.com. All ranges are closed during range cleanups for obvious reasons. Per Board policy, ranges can be closed 2 hours before a cleanup and 1 hour after for setup and tear down.
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 is $100. 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 (5 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.
From the Range Master (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Per the Range Safety Rules, members must participate in at least one range cleanup each year or they are subject to a $100 fee. Normally, the Club offers 12 range cleanups each year, one each month. When we finish this year, members will have had an unprecedented 18 opportunities to attend a range cleanup. We even added a weekday cleanup to try and accommodate our members who work on Saturdays. As a reminder, the June 13, 2020 range cleanup is the last time that members can receive range cleanup credit for the current membership year. The July range cleanup is credited to next year’s cleanup commitment.