A Letter from the President (posted 9/30/14)
When you think you’re really busy, take a look at the people around you. You might realize that, in comparison, your schedule is not as hectic as you believe it to be.
I had the opportunity to do this recently.
In addition to being on the MSCA Board, one of our members runs his own business. He is also the Assistant Chief of his local fire department. His wife started her own business late in 2013. Any one of these responsibilities creates a significant personal work load. When combined, well, let’s just say I wouldn’t want to live this schedule.
The bad news is, after reviewing this with Kirk Todd, he is regretfully resigning his position on the MSCA Board. On behalf of the MSCA Board, I would like to thank Kirk for his years of service and participation.
The good news is, as of this writing, we have eight candidates that have self-nominated to serve on the Board. Two are current Board members seeking re-election. The balance have not previously served, but are looking to give back to the sport that we all enjoy.
When the ballots are released, please take the time to vote.
2015 MSCA Shoot Schedule (posted 9/27/14)
The shoot calendar for 2015 has been published to the "shoot schedule" page. Use the calendar tool and advance to 2015 to view. A printable schedule will be published within the next few days.
Last Call!! MSCA Seeking Candidates for Four Directors Positions (posted 9/15/14, updated 9/30/13)
The Sporting Clays Association of Michigan is accepting nominations for directors to serve on the board from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2017. Any NSCA-Registered shooter who is a resident of Michigan is eligible to run. If you are interested in being on the next ballot or know of someone who you think would be a good representative, send their name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE MSCA:
The Michigan Sporting Clays Association is the official governing body for NSCA sporting clays shooting in the state of Michigan. Our goal: promoting and encouraging organized sporting clays shooting among the residents of the state of Michigan.