Annual General Meeting

Kamloops Target Sports Association
Annual General Meeting
February 23rd, 2020


Kamloops Curling Club
700 Victoria Street
Kamloops, B.C. V2C 2B6
(250-372-5432)

Meet & Greet Social: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Meeting: 7:00pm – 9:00pm


This Annual General Meeting is called for the purposes of reviewing and adopting the:
President’s Report – 2019
Financial Reports – 2019
Director Reports – 2019
Election of Board Members (if required) 2020 – 2021
Meeting Board of Directors – 2020 – 2021
Establishing Membership Fees for 2021
Future Club Development & Improvement Discussions

Outdoor Range Condition

To all outdoor range users:

With the current weather patterns of rain, snow and freezing temperatures it has become impossible to keep the range access road in good condition.Unless you have GOOD Winter tires and /or CHAINS we strongly suggest you use the road with extreme caution. With any luck Domtar and the KTSA road maintenance group can get ahead of the ice and snow issues in the near future.

Don Morphy
KTSA Range Warden

Nominations

Notice is hereby given that nominations to the Kamloops Target Sports Association Board of Directors for the 2020 year are officially open. Members in good standing, motivated to contribute to the governance and strategic direction of Kamloops Target Sports Association, are invited to stand for election to the Board of Directors.
Nominations will be accepted up to and including January 15, 2020. Email nominations to:
george@overlandpress.com with KTSA Nomination in the subject line.
Brent Weaver

Canadian National Smallbore Championships

Report from our Athletic Program Coach

Thought the club might be interested in this event that just took place in Toronto on the week of 24 Aug to 27 Aug. I took two of our athletes and myself to Toronto for two events including Air Rifle and Sporting Rifle (.22). In the Air Rifle event Club Members Sullivan Fagan came in 6th overall and Sera Nami came in 2nd (silver). The Air event is a 1200 point match where the athletes shoot 60 shots on electronic targets over a 1 hour and 15 minute period on two consecutive days. The second event was the .22 Sporting Rifle where they again shoot 60 shots each on two consecutive days for a total of 1200 points. Each day they shoot three 20 shot relays each of 30 minutes with only 10 minutes in between each relay. Sera Nami came in second in the Expert class for the Silver and Sully came in 3rd for the Bronze also in the Expert class. Even this old coach managed to grab a gold in two categories. One in the Expert class and one in the Veteran class (I guess I haven’t lost the touch yet!).

Both of our athletes have done very well and continue to strive to reach their goal of qualifying for the Canadian National High Performance Team.

Pat Landals Provincial Coach BC Target Sports

Editor Note: Congratulations Sera and Sullivan, very well done!!!