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1 VOL. 59 December 2010 Number 12 General Meeting~ December 15 th Merry Christmas! ~ Work Bee ~ December 19 th ~

2 PRESIDENT S COLUMN I can't believe it is already December where did the year go? We started the Month of November on a sad note with the passing of Steve Leo, who will be missed by so many. Steve was a very active member who set up a lot of fun trips & events at the club, and was a Co-Chair of Activities Committee. You will be missed Steve and remembered by all who knew you. The November 6 th Pheasant Hunt was a great sold out event. Thanks to Terry Smart and Marshall Maybrier for another great hunt with many birds donated for the Wild Game Dinner. We also brought back two live birds and released them on the club grounds again this year. I hope everyone had a good time during this year s deer season! I had a great time but no luck this year. I did see pictures of a real nice buck that Tony Katopodis got and a Piebald buck that Don Priebe tagged. If anyone has any thing to donate to the Wild Game Dinner please do. There are many things to keep every one busy this December around the club. The 22 cal. Pin Shoot has just started and had a big first day with many new faces - see Terry Smart or Carl Sidoti. The Muzzleloaders Winter Woods Walks once a month thru May - see Dave Mercieca or Clint Double. Skeet and Trap Winter League starts January 4 th - see our new Chairman Temple Cumiskey or the sign up sheet in Skeet & Trap building. Please bring the kids out for Junior Rifle on Monday night's 7-9pm Range House #1 thru May, and for those too young for Junior Rifle, how about Pellet Rifle on Saturdays 9-11am thru May. Do not forget our Christmas Party for the kid's on December 12 th 1-4pm. This is always a great party hosted by the Multi-Lakes family events committee Larry Cohorst and Charley Stevens. Also the last night to vote for our new Board Members and Officers will be on the December 15th Meeting night. I hope to see everyone there. Happy Holidays and a Merry Multi-Lakes Christmas!! See you around the Club. ~ Russ MULTI-LAKER DEADLINE Deadline for articles in the January 2011 Multi-Laker Magazine is Wednesday, December 15 th, NOTE: All copy must be electronically submitted and approved by the Editor. THE MULTI-LAKER (USPS) Published Monthly by the Multi-Lakes Conservation Association Office Fax (248) Club Manager Barry Anderson Office Manager Terry Martin CLUBHOUSE (248) Skeet, Trap & Sporting Clays Building (248) Indoor Range House (248) Member Michigan United Conservation Clubs Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners Periodicals Postage Paid at Walled Lake, MI Subscription Rates: Members - $12.00 of the members Annual Dues is paid as a year s subscription to The Multi-Laker Non-members - $15.00 per year payable in advance OFFICERS PRESIDENT.... RUSS DEVRIENDT, (248) VICE-PRESIDENT... DON NAVIGATO, (248) TREASURER DAVE FISHER, (248) RECORDING SECRETARY...TRACEY GRIGGS, (248) MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY...MARK GEIGER, (248) BOARD OF DIRECTORS Cal Kittinger`10. (248) Matt Philippart`10 Chairman.. (313) Vern Rederstorf `10... (248) Ken Behrens `11... (248) Evan Lacy ` (248) Marty Zaremba ` (248) Dave Chappel` (248) Marshall Maybrier `12... (248) Micky McCanham `12... (248) Dan Peltier Past President & Vice Chairman. (248) POSTMASTER: send address changes and notices of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: MULTI-LAKES CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION 3860 Newton Road Commerce Twp, MI The Multi-Laker is monthly publication of Multi-Lakes Conservation Association Dave Leonard, Editor,

3 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday :30pm CHAIRPERSONS 6-10pm Bullseye Pistol 5:30-8:30pm Fish 10am-5:30pm Sporting Clays MTG 6-9pm Black Powder Pistol RG#1 6:30-9pm Junior Shotgun RG#1 2-9:30pm Skeet & Trap 2-5pm Sporting Clays 6pm Slingshot MTG RM Fry 10am-4pm ICE DRO ODR 12-3pm Bullseye Pistol RG#1 & ODR 2-7pm Skeet & Trap 6-9pm Combat Pistol RG#1 7pm Archery Flint League 6-9pm Dog Training Class 9am-2pm Muzzleloaders Woods RG#2 10am-4pm ICE DRO ODR RG#2 Walk 3-6pm Open Shooting ODR :30pm Sporting Clays 7-9pm Junior Rifle 6:30pm Bingo 7:30pm BOARD OF 6-10pm Bullseye Pistol 5:30-8:30pm Fish 10am-5:30pm Sporting Clays 10am-2pm Sporting Clays Winter League RG#1 10am-4pm ICE DRO 6-9pm Combat Pistol RG#1 DIRECTORS MTG 6:30-9pm Junior Shotgun RG#1 2-9:30pm Skeet & Trap Fry 2-10pm ICE DRO 12-3pm Bullseye Pistol RG#1 & ODR 4:30-8pm Open Pistol RG#1 ORD 9am-12pm & 6:30-2-5pm Sporting Clays ODR 2-7pm Skeet & Trap 12-6pm Skeet & Trap 7pm Euchre Mixed 8:30pm Open Pistol RG#1 6pm Slingshot MTG RM 6-9pm Combat Pistol RG#1 12-3pm Outdoor Range League BAR 7pm Archery Flint :League 6-9pm Dog Training Class 3-6pm Open Shooting ODR 12-4pm.22LR Pistol Pin Shoot RG#1 6-9pm Dog Training Class RG#2 RG#2 RG#2 Junior Shotgun Travel League S&T 7pm-12am Party S&T 10am Varmint Shoot ODR am-12pm COUNTRY 7-9pm Junior Rifle BREAKFAST RG#1 12-5:30pm Sporting Clays 10am-4pm Tactical 10am-2pm Sporting Clays Training RG#1 Winter League 6-9pm Dog Training 4:30-8pm Open Pistol RG#1 Class RG#2 12-6pm Skeet & Trap 6-9pm Safari Club 12-3pm Oudoor Range International Novi 1-4pm Childrens Christmas Chapter Meeting Party MTG RM 9am-4pm Craft Show RG# am WORKBEE ALL 7-9pm Junior Rifle 12-5:30pm Sporting Clays RG#1 4:30-8pm Open Pistol RG#1 10am-4pm Tactical 12-6pm Skeet & Trap Training ODR 12-3pm Outdoor Range 6-9pm Dog Training 12-4pm.22LR Pistol Pin Class RG#2 Shoot RG#1 1-4pm Party RG#2 December /1 Chairpersons Meeting 12/8 BoD Meeting 12/12 Country Breakfast :30pm Bingo 10am-4pm Tactical Training ODR 8pm MEMBERSHIP MTG Multi-Laker Deadline 7pm Archery Flint League RG# :30pm Bingo 6-9pm Combat Pistol RG# :30pm Sporting Clays 7-9pm Junior Rifle 6:30pm Bingo 4:30-8pm Open Pistol RG#1 RG#1 12-6pm Skeet & Trap 12-3pm Outdoor Range 10am-4pm Tactical Training ODR 6-9pm Dog Training Class RG#2 6:30-9pm Junior Shotgun 9am-12pm & 6:30-8:30pm Open Pistol RG#1 7pm Archery Flint :League RG#2 12/15 General Membership Meeting 12/19 Work Bee 12/31 New Year's Eve Party 6-10pm Bullseye Pistol RG#1 2-9:30pm Skeet & Trap 2-5pm Sporting Clays 6pm Slingshot MTG RM 6-9pm Dog Training Class RG#2 6-10pm Bullseye Pistol RG#1 2-9:30pm Skeet & Trap 2-5pm Sporting Clays 6-9pm Dog Training Class RG# pm Bullseye Pistol RG#1 2-9:30pm Skeet & Trap 2-5pm Sporting Clays 6-9pm Dog Training Class RG# :30-8:30pm Fish Fry NO FISH FRY NO FISH FRY 6:30pm NEW YEARS EVE PARTY 8am-12am Party RG#2 10am-5:30pm Sporting Clays 12-3pm Bullseye Pistol RG#1 & ODR 2-7pm Skeet & Trap 6-9pm Combat Pistol RG#1 3-6pm Open Shooting ODR 7pm-12am Party S&T CLUB CLOSED 1 10am-5:30pm Sporting Clays 12-3pm Bullseye Pistol RG#1 & ODR 2-7pm Skeet & Trap 6-9pm Combat Pistol RG#1 3-6pm Open Shooting ODR :30pm Sporting Clays 7-9pm Junior Rifle 6:30pm Bingo 7:30pm CHAIRPERSONS 6-10pm Bullseye Pistol 5:30-8:30pm Fish 10am-5:30pm Sporting Clays 10am-2pm Sporting Clays Winter League RG#1 6-9pm Dog Training 6-9pm Combat Pistol RG#1 MTG 6-9pm Black Powder RG#1 2-9:30pm Skeet & Trap Fry 6:30pm Indoor 12-3pm Bullseye Pistol RG#1 & ODR 4:30-8pm Open Pistol RG#1 Class RG#2 12-6pm Skeet & Trap 12-3pm Outdoor Range 12-4pm.22LR Pistol Pin Shoot RG#1 12-3pm Archery Open Shooting RG#2 10am Indoor Archery League RG#2 Pistol RG#1 6:30-9pm Junior Shotgun 6:30 & 9pm Indoor Archery League RG#2 2-5pm Sporting Clays 6pm Slingshot MTG RM 6-9pm Dog Training Class RG#2 Archery League RG#2 2-7pm Skeet & Trap 6-9pm Combat Pistol RG#1 3-6pm Open Shooting ODR 9am-2pm Muzzleloader Woods Walk ODR 1-3pm Junior Archery RG#2 January

4 ~ Vice President ~ Well, 2010 is drawing to a close. Like it or not, I reflect on things that I did or did not do this year. First and most important is to again express a sincere Thank You to all of our chairmen, members and family that worked so hard for Multi-Lakes. Also, I am proud to have served along with four dedicated fellow Officers and hope to do it again in the future was a good year for our club. Our financial house is in order and our membership is increasing. In spite of a bleak economy, 2010 revenue is ahead of I m very pleased with the quality of our new members their talents and that they put in so many hours. These items alone show that we have a stronger foundation for the future. On the flip side, I believe that we should plan ahead better. It s under control now, but we have neglected strategic planning. Major repairs and improvements should not come as a surprise to us. We have an aging clubhouse and grounds. At the least, we need to establish a rainy day fund. If the club will have me, I ll remain on the finance committee and set making such a proposal as a goal. Thanks for letting me serve. I ll see you soon. Sincerely, ~ Don Navigato ~ Officer s Corners ~ ~ Membership Secretary ~ It was a pretty good year for Multi-Lakes membership. We actually grew this year, and I believe it is due to two things. First, we now hold more than one meeting a year to bring in new members, which has raised the retention rate to approximately 90%. Second, members have been stepping up to the challenge to bring in new applicants. This is the biggest thing that can help membership grow. As of the submission of this column for the December Multi-Laker membership is as follows: 8 Life, 21 Past Presidents, 22 Disabled, 171 Regular, 9 Semi Active, 269 Senior, 339 Working, 136 Probationary and 16 Conditional. Total Membership is 975 of which 646 are Regular, Working or Probationary Members. I plan to hold a December meeting to bring the approved Conditional Members. I can t thank you the Membership enough for your support this year. I hope that this continues into next year and that Multi-Lakes will once again have a waiting list to join. Don t forget to sponsor at least one new member! Let s make 2010 a banner year, ~ Mark Geiger ~ Recording Secretary ~ Greetings to all: THANK YOU to all of the members and their guests who helped with the haunted forest. This year, the weather was much more cooperative and we had new and exciting features in our woods. I hope you all took the opportunity to participate in this function! Welcome to the new members of M.L.C.A. it was great to see the number of sponsors, chairmen and new members attend the meeting. Welcome! Elections are approaching don t forget to vote for the club members you believe can work to take our club in the direction needed! Good luck to all during hunting season don t forget to bring back your stories, pictures, and perhaps even some donations for our Wild Game Dinner in February. Thanks to everyone who helps make this club what it is today and strive for a better tomorrow! Best wishes, ~ Tracey Griggs ~ Treasurer ~ THE BAR Hi All, this month we are going to talk about the bar. What is the bar, a place to get food and drink, right. What should it be. A place to get food and drink, sit back and relax hang out with friends. Sometimes meet new people or just have a good time. As far as the Club, it gives us a chance to make a little money to pay some bills. What should it not be? A place that causes others concern, give them a hard time or whatever that would cause them to not want to be there or bring their family. It also is not a Boardroom. Meaning, if the subject belongs in the Boardroom, leave it there. The Eagle s Club in Walled Lake has a sign in the bar that says no club business. I first thought how do they enforce that? Well they don t have to. It seems as if everyone is there to have fun and a good time and leave the club talk to where it should be. Maybe it sounds like La La land but if we all went there with the purpose of having fun, I bet we would see a whole lot more Members and their family there doing the same. Bottom line - the Club makes more, with less grief. Later, ~ Dave; 4

5 Christmas Party! Kids, come celebrate Christmas with Santa! Hosted by the Multi-Lakes Family Events Committee December 12 th 1pm to 4pm In the Meeting Room New Years Eve at Multi-Lakes Pasta Dinner Live Music Dancing Doors 6:30 Dinner 7:00 Band 9:00 to 1:00 $25 per Couple Cash Bar Public Invited Ed Sienkiewicz Tickets Available at the Bar 5

6 Board of Directors Meeting Minutes October 27 th 2010 (for November) Chairman of the Board Matt Philippart called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM. Matt led the board in the Pledge of Allegiance and the Conservation Pledge. Officers present: Russ DeVriendt, Don Navigato, Tracey Griggs, Mark Geiger and Dave Fisher. Directors present: Matt Philippart, Dan Peltier, Vern Rederstorf, Ken Behrens, Marshall Maybrier, Cal Kittinger, Dave Chappel and Mick McCanham. Interested members present: Rich LaFave Sr., Ron Pennell, Andy Willets, John Hatch and Terry Smart. MINUTES: Tracey noted the following: Due to the earlier scheduling of the meeting, the minutes have not been printed in The Multi-Laker. Board review for approval will be next month. PEOPLE TO SEE THE BOARD: None PRESIDENT S REPORT: Russ noted the following: General meeting entertainment will be an Elvis impersonator; WorkBee scheduled on 21 st ; lead recovery project nearly completed; ball field proposal progressing; presented contract pending attorney review and the final acceptance of both parties. Met with R.O. Trainers regarding scheduling; new S&T Chairman Temple Cumiskey getting a good start - S&T building painted this weekend. Storage building roof will be completed in the next few weeks. Inquiry was made regarding hydro seeding the berm - cost would be over $4k, and was advised natural regrowth is quick due to vegetation being turned into soil. VICE PRESIDENT S REPORT: Don discussed the proposed calendar: Don noted the calendar dates will be reviewed in the next month s meetings. RECORDING SECRETARY S REPORT: None MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY s REPORT: Mark noted the following: New Member Meeting this Saturday. Of the 40 conditional members, 29 confirmed to attend, 2 additional will be late; all have been contacted. Also encouraging new members to participate with upcoming events. Dave Chappel noted that he has attempted to contact WorkBee participants and had a few bad numbers. Need to work on a method to update roster. Mark stated he has been working on a good way to resolve this. TREASURER S REPORT: Dave noted the following: Door replacement in Range 2 has been completed thanks to Rich LaFave Sr. Asphalt step one will be to do the grinding and bottom coat, tentatively scheduled 11/8 if we prepare and mark lot by this date. Top coat will be completed in the spring to complete the project and ensure no temperature damage will occur. CLUB MANAGER REPORT: Barry noted the following: Presented To-Do List to the Board, noting that work has been done in the bar area and meeting room. STANDING COMMITTEE REPORT: None SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORT: None UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Don Navigato/Tracks MUCC publication that is sent to 6 schools, $1,371 donated last year. Where is it going? Contacted eight schools and reached teachers who would appreciate Tracks magazine. Don Navigato/Ken Behrens moved to contribute a max of $1,300 to M.U.C.C. for Tracks magazine. Don will continue to reach out to teachers to establish a database of contacts. Discussion followed. WITHOUT OBJECTION Cal Kittinger/External Audit Noted history of external audit discussion and motions since Need to establish standards and audit review. Discussion followed regarding types of audits and general thoughts or expectations. Russ selected Tracey Griggs to head Audit Standing Committee. NEW BUSINESS: Russ DeVriendt/Tracey Griggs Moved to excuse Evan Lacy and Marty Zaremba from the meeting. Discussion followed regarding Directors contacting President to be excused from meetings. IN FAVOR 11; AGAINST 1 (D. Fisher). MOTION CARRIES Dave Chappel noted we need to clean out coat room; haven t been able to use it for two years. Barry discussed what is in there, and we need to remind people to get it out. Tim Burns noted Venture Scouts looking to rent range. Will have Wayne Hoyt, NRA Certified R.O. to oversee. Boy Scouts appreciate our support. Dave Fisher/Tracey Griggs moved to enter into Executive Session at 8:11 PM. Dave Fisher/Ken Behrens moved to exit Executive Session at 8:37 PM. Ken Behrens/Marshall Maybrier moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:38 PM. WITHOUT OBJECTION Respectfully Submitted, Tracey Griggs Recording Secretary 2011 Gun-A-Week Tickets On Sale Now!!! 1 Ticket = 52 Chances Your ticket goes back in the barrel even if you win On sale for $25 each at the bar & office. That s just 48 cents per draw!

7 General Membership Meeting Minutes November 3 rd 2010 President Russ DeVriendt called the meeting to order at 8:00 PM. Russ led the members in the Pledge of Allegiance and the Conservation Pledge. Russ then welcomed all the new members, guests for Spouse s Night and acknowledged the past presidents in attendance: Don Christensen, Jim Kirn, Skip Worden, Ken Behrens, Dave Fisher, Tony Katopodis and Dan Peltier. CHAPLAIN S REPORT: Skip noted the following: Steve Leo passed away today at noon, more information to come when received. John Balconi s father, Charlie Balconi, passed away on Oct. 25 th. Skip asked all to rise for a moment of silence for all the departed, deceased and sick, and for all our service men and women. Thanks for all who worked and supported the car cruise. PRESIDENT S REPORT: Russ noted the following: Great Kid s Halloween Party on Saturday; Haunted Forest was successful over last two weekends; needed more volunteers, but the crew we had was fantastic and we had no complaints. This Saturday will be Haunted Forest tear down; standing WorkBee on the 21 st. Pheasant Hunt Saturday, sight-in days now thru opening day. RECORDING SECRETARY S REPORT: Tracey noted the following: Received a letter from Denny DeWitt expressing his appreciation for M.L.C.A. permitting facility use for their Desert Angels project, and from Jessica Cooley of Scout Troop #40713 for permitting on-site nut and candy sales. MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY S REPORT: Mark noted the following: Welcomed 29 new members this last Saturday, many of whom are here tonight. Of the 40 Conditional applicants we had, the remaining eleven have made arrangements to obtain their Probationary statuses. Total thus far is 124 new members for Applicant retention is 88%. Currently 170 Regular, 330 Working and 134 Probationary Members, 634 total of the 1000 allowed per the by-laws. Thanks to everyone for the support we have all been successful in this endeavor. TREASURER S REPORT: Dave noted the following: Congrats to Haunted Forest crew, earned $16,800 including concessions; cleared $13,670 after expenses. Thanks to all who put in so much time and effort. EARLY DRAW Thomas Coleman, club number #267, lost out on$140. Next month the prize climbs to $150, plus $25 if the member is wearing their name tag. Russ noted there were 286 in attendance: 99 Members, 24 New Members, and 63 Guests. WELCOME! VICE PRESIDENT S REPORT Don noted the following: Multi-Lakes merchandise for sale, please support the club and wear your gear proudly. Thanks to all members who helped clean up last weekend for our special Haunted Forest clean up. Don invited the following to speak: Larry Willis/Elections Ballots are available at the bar, must show card to obtain the ballot. When submitted, ballot must be contained within both envelopes to validate; if not, ballot is not counted and destroyed. Thank you to all who are running. Temple Cumiskey/Skeet & Trap Thanks all who helped paint the building during the WorkBee. Looking for furniture donations for the building, also looking for participants in upcoming leagues. Ed Sienkiewicz/New Year s Eve Party Dancing, pasta dinner with sides, live band, cash bar; $25 a couple, dancing from 9 PM 1 AM; casual dress permitted, open to the public. Corey Katopodis/Hunter s Widow Euchre Night Opening Day night, Nov. 15 th at 6 pm, play Euchre for money, all bring food to pass, chocolate recommended. John Eriksson/Bingo Crew members going hunting, need help for coverage. Please contact John. Dave Leonard/Editor Deadline for submissions remains the same for this month. Request made to put the first week of the following month s calendar in each magazine. Lynn Lash Casino trip $400 per double occupancy room, few openings still available, craft show Dec. 12 th, 9 AM 4 PM, this Sat. euchre $5, Sunday corn toss $10. Glenn Krukenberg/Texas Hold em Dec. 2 nd 5 th ; many volunteer slots open for this great club fundraiser! Charley Stevens/Larry Cohorst/Family Events incredible Halloween party for over 200 kids, thanks to Moose s great cooking crew, bar staff, Rob and Chris Long for donations, as well as slingshot for candy donations, and the crew who helped take down the decorations. Christmas party Dec. 12 th, along with craft show next door, after Country Breakfast. All kids get to see Santa, can have their picture taken with Santa and get a gift! Pete Cesaro Jr. /Skeet &Trap Winter league starts Jan 4 th. Contact Mike Liberty regarding the Sporting Clays league. Open pistol is going well. Jeff Parker/Fly-fishing School Looking for instructors as well as class participants interested, contact Jeff. Rich LaFave Sr./Can-Do Thanks to Slingshot, Bingo, M.L.C.A., and our Haunted Forest patrons for delivering 449 pounds of food to Hospitality House. Hope to more than double the pounds after shopping with the monetary donations. Also looking for people to join the Memorial Fund Committee, to donate food to our wakes, and help with clean up, etc. Donors are contacted on a rotation. Chris Peltier/Bar Cash bar N.Y.E., looking for bartenders for the party; good luck to all who are running in elections. Terry Smart/Pheasant Hunt/Pin Shoot Saturday s pheasant hunt full, will have another hunt late winter. Pin shoot starts up 11/21, come out and have a great time. Terry also noted that he is running for the Board, for he would like the opportunity to be a part of the change agent that is imminent to move the club forward. Sam Mullins Vice President twice previously; is asking for support for the V.P. position again. Continued on page 18 7

8 Craft Show Sunday December 12 th 9am to 4pm Same day as Country Breakfast & the Christmas Party Crafters Needed Call Lynn at Or leave a message at Worker s Appreciation Dinner The dinner will be January 8 th, 2011, at 6:00 pm in the meeting room. Tickets will be available in the bar December 3 rd, 2010 after 6:00 pm. You must present your membership card with the workers appreciation stamp on it to get a ticket. First table $20 + donation for raffle table, Additional tables $5 Setup starts at 7am SLINGSHOT LEAGUE 8 Thursday Nights 7:30 in the Meeting Room October - April Behind The Berm The Winter Woods Walk Shoots 14 shots of clanging fun. Good food: We usually have a variety of soups, chili, and often some other goodies. There is a chance to win your shoot fee back on our novelty shoot, 2 great steaks to the top shooter of the day, and prizes for 2 nd & 3 rd place too! All that for just $8.00 folks. We start at 10am, shotgun start - come a bit early for coffee and a donut. Traditional muzzleloaders patch and ball. Dec 4, 2010 Jan 8, 2011 Feb 5, 2011 Mar 5, 2011 April 2, 2011 May 7, 2011 Dave Mercieca Clint Double

9 Mutli-Lakes Skeet & Trap Temple Cumiskey is the new Skeet & Trap Chairman and is requesting member comments for suggested improvements to the S&T operation. His contact information is phone: and e mail: Additionally the Winter Skeet and Trap League will star on 4 January. Look for details elsewhere in the November Multi Laker. Normal shooting hours remain the same. Open Shooting Thursday 2:00 to 9:00 Saturday 2:00 to Dusk Sunday 12:00 to 6:00 Multi-Lakes 2011 Winter Skeet & Trap League 1. The league is open to MLCA members and non members. Everyone in invited to participate. 2. The first and third Tuesdays of January, February, March, and April are league nights and for league members only. 3. Winter skeet & trap league will run from January 4, 2011 to April 20, 2011 offering 17 weeks and 57 shooting dates for league members. 4. League will be a total of 16 lines (rounds) in length (400 birds). 5. Final day to join the leagues is Sunday January 24, person teams will be used for all leagues. 7. All scores will be handicapped. 8. The scoring will be done in-house with a weekly posting. 9. Make up lines may be shot any other times Skeet & Trap is open. 10. This IS a prepaid league. Punch card fees including all range, target, banquet, awards and prize fees. Cost for the initial event: Members $75, Non-Members $90, Juniors $60. All additional events will be discounted $ Punch cards are only good for the duration of the league. Shoot it or lose it. 12. In the event a shooter does not finish the league, a score equal to his/her average with handicap minus two birds will be used on all uncompleted lines updates will be sent out with reminders and updates. 14. Refunds will only be made to shooters who are physically incapable of completing league shooting. Refunds will be for unused lines only at the league rate. No refund for league fees. 15. A fun shoot and pot luck style awards banquets will be held Sunday May 15, Recognitions to be awarded for first and second places, High Gun, 25/50 Straight and Most Improved. 17. The goal of the league is to achieve a fun and rewarding experience for everyone by using a fair and generous handicap system, abundant and current information, and recognition of as many shooters as possible. Questions: Contact us at or ~ Letters ~ Our Gun-A-Week Fundraiser: If every member was to buy a 2010 gun a week ticket good for 52 weeks that will be 800 tickets which happens to be our breakeven point. Ticket sellers are still needed. It s a great way to get hours on your card for selling tickets. Only a few weeks left in Thanks, ~ Barry Barry Anderson, Club Manager Assistant Editor Wanted: I am looking for someone who can convert ads from the Multi-Laker into images for our web site. I can show you how, or perhaps you already know of an easier way to do it. You will need some knowledge of how to use Microsoft Word, Acrobat Reader, and some type of image editing software. It s an easy way to get a few hours on your card. me. Thanks, ~ Dave Leonard Letters to the Editor, and Hunt Photos should be ed to Prints and hand written letters can be dropped in my box at the club. 9

10 ~ Haunted Forest ~ 10

11 ~ New Member Meeting ~ ~ Elvis (Meeting Night) ~ 11

12 These two pages include all of the candidates and their background information for the 2010 calendar year election at Multi-Lakes. All of the Officer positions are open and three (3) 3-year Board of Director seats are open. The Election Committee commends these members for their decision to run. We encourage you to read the applications and exercise your right to vote. We wish all of the best to all of the candidates, and thank them for taking the personal responsibility to get involved at MLCA. The voting process will begin in early November. The ballots will be available at the Clubhouse Bar. You will need a valid membership card and must be eligible on the most current voter MLCA membership list. Conditional, Probationary and Suspended members are not eligible to vote. Read the instructions on the ballot and cast your vote. When you are finished, seal your ballot in the envelope marked "For Ballot Only". Place your "For Ballot Only" envelope into the larger envelope provided. Sign your name and Club Number on the larger envelope and seal. Deposit the envelope into the ballot box next to the clubhouse bar. This is the election process at MLCA. The election polls will close at the December 2010, General Membership Meeting at 9:00 p.m. Name: Mark Torigian Club Number: 498 Running For: Board of Directors Address: Cornell, Novi, MI Occupation: Attorney Membership Years: 3 Club Committees: Bingo: General Legal I am interested in the general operation of the club & general membership. I have served on the Board of the Oakland County Sportsman Club. I have handled environmental claims for several years. Name: David M Fisher Club Number: Running For: Treasurer Address: 7104 Heron Hills Dr., Wolverine Lake, MI Occupation: Retired Membership Years: 24 Club Committees: Past President, Vice President, Board Member, Chair of the Board, Past Chairman of Skeet & Trap, St. Pats & New Years Eve Dance, MUCC Shoot, State Raffle & Bingo Reports and Licenses, Pheasant Hunt, Parliamentarian, and Wild Game Dinner We still need to get stronger in Membership & Financial. Indoor.22 LR Pistol Bowling Pin-Top Shoot Name: Sam Mullins Club Number: 405 Running For: Vice President Address: 3080 Brrokneal, Commerce, MI Occupation: Membership Years: 13 Club Committees: Vice President 2 years, Fishing Trip, Fish Fry, Bingo, NRA Dinner, Wild Game Dinner, New Years Dinner, G.O.D., Haunted Forest, PAC, Strategic Planning, Texas Hold em, Memorial, Country Breakfast, Dailey Raffle. I would like to keep our club moving in the direction of the future so our kids and grandkids can enjoy it the way we do. Name: Charles V. Stevens Club Number: Running For: Vice President Address: 500 S. Dorchester Occupation: Retired Engineer (Finance) Membership Years: 26 Club Committees: Family Events, Slingshot. To make Multi-Lakes the best financially stable club in Michigan. Sunday s in 2010: December 5, 19 Sunday s in 2011: January 2, 16, 30 February 13, 27 March 13, 27 Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00pm Location: Indoor Pistol Range Cost: Member $9.00, Non-Member $12.00 Lewis Class Scoring will be used to determine the winners. Awarding of Prize Money will take place in the Club Bar after the Shoot. 12 Questions Please Contact: Terry Smart (586) or Carl Sidoti (586)

13 Name: Calvin C. Kittinger Club Number: Running For: Board of Directors Address: Tamarack Circle, Southfield, MI Occupation: Retired Membership Years: 13 Club Committees: Nominating Committee, Membership Committee, Skeet & Trap Chair, ATA Registered Shoot Chair, Recording Secretary, Multi- Lakes Editor (twice), Friends of NRA Dinner Chair, Women On Target Clinic Director & Grant Coordinator, FNRA State Fund Committee, Board of Directors (twice), Women's Event Chair & PPH/CPL Chair New member of the year, 2009 Member of the Year I would like to be part of a positive and balanced leadership team that takes this club into the next decade and beyond. I think I have demonstrated my loyalty to this club over the last 13 years as have many other club members. Name: Ronald Pennell Club Number: Running For: Board of Directors Address: 1874 Lerene Occupation: Membership Years: 24 Club Committees: Past B.O.D., Baseball, Car Cruise, Dailey Raffle, Country Breakfast, Election, Fish Fry, Good Old Days, Grounds, Nomination, Sergeant at Arms Put the club in a positive look, and look at good years ahead. Name: Matt Philippart Club Number: 703 Running For: Board of Directors Address: 9982 Appleton rd. Occupation: Building Admin Membership Years: 16 Club Committees: Secretary 8 years, Board 3 years, Chairman of the Board 2010 Being a long-term member, longtime shooter, sportsman, and father of three boys I raised here at the club, I have a vested interest in maintaining and advancing the use public involvement and betterment of MLCA. Name: Mark Geiger Club Number: 661 Running For: Membership Secretary Address: 5399 Pocono West Bloomfield Occupation: Chrysler Automotive Executive - Engineering Membership Years: 4 Club Committees: Finance, Slingshot, Good Old Days, Pin Shoot, New member, Membership, Bylaws I would like to continue helping Multi-Lakes membership grow and to assist the Board strengthen the financial position of the club for a brighter future. Name: Russell J Devriendt Club Number: 1615 Running For: President Address: 3075 Bennington, Wixom, MI Occupation: Ford Motor Engine Dynamometer Lab. Supervisor Membership Years: 15 Club Committees: Bingo, Fish Fry Car Cruise, Good Old Days, Haunted Forest, Chairmen s Committee, Vice President 2 years, President 2010 I would like to continue as President thru 2011 in order to complete the many projects that are under way and also to continue to implement new projects and suggestions that are brought forth by our Chairmen and Membership. Name: Tracey Griggs Club Number: 157 Running For: Recording Secretary Address: PO Box , Wixom, MI Occupation: Accounting Manager Membership Years: 7 Club Committees: Country Breakfast, Fish Fry, Photography, G.G.D., Haunted Forest, Wild Game Dinner, Work Bee, Bingo, Skeet & Trap, Membership, Activities To offer my continued support in preserving and promoting the wellbeing of our organization, and everything it represents. Name: Terry A. Smart Club Number: 407 Running For: Board of Directors Address: 1440 Spruce Drive, Commerce Twp. Occupation: Sales Director Membership Years: 9 Club Committees: Chairman Good Old Days, Co-Chair Pin Shoot, Co-Chair Pheasant Hunt, Haunted Forest, New Member Committee. With my interest of change for the betterment of the Clubs future and creating new activities that help the club grow is my reason for running. 13

14 ~ Hunt Photos ~ I suppose most of you didn t send pictures because you were still in the woods (like I was) when the deadline rolled around OK, but I expect to see lots of pictures coming in for next month! ~ Editor Letters to the Editor, and Hunt Photos should be ed to Prints and hand written letters can be dropped in my box at the club. Multi-Lakes Fly Fishing School We will teach the basics of fly tying, casting and all of the equipment needed to get you started. We will also teach stream etiquette, the proper knots and setting up all of your equipment. The class is designed for ages 13 and up, and class size will depend on instructor participation. Younger students need to be accompanied by an adult. No more than 4 students per instructor. The Class will be run in 3 consecutive 2-hour sessions: Fly Tying -You will learn the basics of choosing the right material and the tools needed to get you started and tying a basic pattern. Casting-You will learn the basic casting strokes and how to present the fly on the water. You will also learn basic line mending techniques need to maintain a drag free float on the stream. Stream Wise -You will learn to wade safe and stream etiquette. What basic equipment you need to get you started. How to put it all together and the knots used. The cost will be $10.00 per student and will include all written reference material and tying material. We will start taking sign-up January 1 st. If your interested you can contact: Jeff Parker at or Pete Cesaro Sr. at Kewadin Casino Trip 2011 February 25 th, 26 th & 27 th $400 per Room Double occupancy, 2 nights $100 installments or pay in full Includes (all per person): $30 Cash Back, $20 Gold Tokens, 2 Buffet Breakfasts, 2 Buffet Dinners, $5 or $10 in coupons for Deli or Store, and Beer, Pop, Water on Bus Must be paid in full by January 3 rd Call Lyn for more details BUILDING RENTALS Catering Available LARRY GRAY (248) BARRY ANDERSON (248) MULTI-LAKER ADVERTISING: BARRY ANDERSON (248) PPH/CPL CALENDAR 2011 *BASIC PISTOL Tuesdays 6:30pm PPH/CPL CLASSES: Saturdays at 8:30am 3 HOUR RANGE TIME Tuesdays 6:30pm January 11 January 22 January 25 March 15 March 19 March 29 May 10 May 14 May 24 July 12 July 23 July 26 September 13 September 24 September 27 November 8 November 12 November 22 * THIS COURSE IS REQUIRED FOR NEW HANDGUN OWNERS or SHOOTERS 14 For more info contact: Cal Kittinger

15 CAROL S CORNER All s quiet on the western front. I m sure all the hunters are getting together all their goodies. Fine tuning card playing and making last minute adjustments on their ah oh yeah, the guns. Gee, almost forgot the most important thing. The bow hunters can take a little break now. I m sure they will be chomping at the bit to get back out there. Good luck to all & stay safe. ~ Carol Flint League: Wednesdays, 7pm Death Notices Our sincere sympathy goes out to: The Leo family, with the November 3 rd passing of member Steven Kerry Leo. The Balconi family, with the October 25 th passing of Charlie Balconi, father of member John Balconi. God Bless and may they rest in peace. Open Pistol at Multi-Lakes Conservation Association Welcome to Multi-Lakes Open Pistol Range. The Open Pistol Committee invites you to try our facility and enjoy shooting your handguns. We have put together this information sheet to inform you about our range, hours of operation, and accessories available for purchase. HOURS OF OPERATION: All Sundays :30 pm to 8:00 pm 2 nd and 4 th Wednesdays of each month 9:00 am to noon, and 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Note: Range closed for holidays and special events. All range closings will be posted in advance. FEES: Members.. $4.00 per hour* Non-Members.$7.00 per hour* Juniors (17 & under)....$3.00 per hour* *When range is at full capacity. For your convenience we have the following items available to purchase: Targets, Eye & Ear Protection, Shoot & Sees, and Ammunition is once again for sale! MLCA Member For further information call the Open Pistol Chair: Pete Cesaro Jr or Curtis McNaught

16 Recent Gun-A-Week Winners 29-Oct-10 Tikka T3 Lite.300 WIN Blk/Syn 17 Jason Baiocco 5-Nov-10 Remington 870 Express Syn 12 GA 463 John Manuszak Clinton Twp. MI 12-Nov-10 Remington 700 SPS.270 WSM 301 Paul Pearse Westland MI 19-Nov-10 Ruger SR 9 9mm 836 Mike Adkins Grosse Ile MI ~ 2010 MLCA Outdoor Range ~ Range Officer On Call List ~ G. Biron (313) D. Campau (734) P. Cesaro (248) P. Cesaro Jr. (248) J. Cleveland (248) R. Davis (248) M. Florkowski (248) W. Hoyt (248) T. Keller (248) D. Mercieca (248) G. Rhodes (248) S. Ross (248) D. St. Aubin (248) G. Stirling (734) K. Troyer (248) J. Whitacre (248) M. Wilkinson (248) B.Yirovec (248) RANGE FEES Effective March 1, 2008 NON- MEMBER MEMBER JUNIOR ARCHERY $ 4.00 $ 7.00 $ 2.00 BULLS-EYE PISTOL $ 4.00 $ COMBAT PISTOL $ 6.00 $ FIVE-STAND $ 5.00 $ 7.00 $ 3.50 HUNTERS ED. $ $ $ JUNIOR RIFLE - - $ 2.00 *OPEN PISTOL $ 4.00 $ 7.00 $ 3.00 *OUTDOOR RANGE $ 4.00 $ $ 4.00 SKEET & TRAP $ 4.00 $ 5.50 $ 3.00 SPORTING CLAYS $11.00 $ $ 8.00 WOODSWALK $ 3.00 $ Ear & eye protection, ammo & targets available *Per hour if busy. Outdoor Range Schedule Open Shooting Hours: Saturdays 10:00am -? (Stays open as long as there is continuous business) Sundays 12:00 noon - 3:00pm EXCEPT Holidays & Special Events All other dates check calendar for committee & times B-I-N-G-O!!! EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT Progressive Jackpot Free Coffee Great Food Pull Tabs First Quickie Game 6:30 PM License # A Fish Fry Schedule December 03 Vanstone (313) Kirby (313) Potter (248) NO FISH FRY 31 NO FISH FRY January 07 Mullins (248) DeVriendt (248) Funni (248) Vanstone (313)

17 You can buy HATS, PATCHES & MORE ANYTIME! We have a full display table of items for sale at our monthly meeting, and some special events at the club. There is also a display case by the bar entrance. You can ask the barmaid on duty, or anytime you see us around the clubhouse. We want you to be able to show everyone that you are a proud member of the Multi-Lakes Conservation Association. Thank you all for your continuing support. Doug Erstad & Dennis Drake Multi-Lakes Clubhouse 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. December 12 ~ January 9 ~ February 13 Menu includes: Custom omelets, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage links, biscuits & gravy, hash browns, cinnamon apples, waffles, pancakes with hot syrup, toast, coffee, milk, tomato & orange juices. Adults $7.00 Seniors......$6.50 Children $4.00 Children under 5...$1.00 Sporting Clays Thursdays 2:00 - Dusk Saturdays 10:00 - Dusk Sundays Noon - Dusk (248) Foley & Neville, PLLC. Full Service Law Firm (248) N. Laurel Park Drive Suite 402 Livonia, MI Raymond I. Foley, II (248) Grand River Ave. Suite 2 New Hudson, MI Save Your Home Bankruptcies Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Member Discounts FREE KEY Buy One Get One FREE! One coupon per visit per day Melvin s Hardware Melvin s One coupon per visit per day Melvin s Hardware Hardware 690 N. Pontiac Trail, Walled Lake $2 OFF 20 lb. Propane Tank Fill Show Your MLCA Card for 10% Off Regular Retail Prices! 17

18 HELP WANTED: BARTENDERS: Chris Peltier....(248) BINGO: John Eriksson.... (248) COUNTRY BREAKFAST: Russ Griggs.(248) FISH FRY: Fred Koby.... (602) MORNING CREW: Barry Anderson... (248) SKEET & TRAP: Temple Cumiskey. (248) WORKBEE: Dave Chappel.. (248) Membership Meeting Minutes, continued from page 7 Mark Torigian Newer club member running for the Board, looking to run with the perspective of what is best for the overall club not just one area. Charley Stevens Running for Vice President; member for over 26 years and has been successful in every event. Matt Philippart Currently Chairman of the Board, running to maintain a Board position, has been on the Board for several years, including holding the position of Recording Secretary. Russ DeVriendt thanked all those who are running and noted he was running again for President. OLD BUSINESS - None NEW BUSINESS - None Ron Dubois/Don Christensen moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:55 PM. WITHOUT OBJECTION Have a great evening!! Respectfully Submitted, Tracey Griggs Recording Secretary Hey Kids, Help Santa find his Riendeer! 18 Monday - Thursday Lunch Specials See Lynn at the Clubhouse Bar and Grill DEAN SELLERS The Real Deal W. Maple Road Troy, MI (248)

19 CPL CLASSES January 22 nd Cost: Member - $75.00 / Non-member $ Pre-registration and payment required by January 8 th Make check payable to Multi-Lakes C. A. or MLCA. Mail to: Cal Kittinger Tamarack Circle Southfield, MI ( ) LEAVE GUNS IN CAR RANGE HOUSE #2 MEET & GREET 8:00AM CLASS STARTS 8:30AM CLASS ENDS 7-7:30PM LEAVE AMMO IN CAR 125 RDS FACTORY AMMO LUNCH at CLUB HOUSE (Pay for your own) SPECIAL DIET BYO MEMBER RATE EXTENDS TO SPOUSE, PARENT, CHILD & GRAND CHILD, BUT NOT IN-LAWS NAME AS ON DRIVERS LICENSE Meeting Night Entertainment On December 15 th, we will be busy with elections & results. For January 19 th, the Safari Club International will be stopping by to talk. On February 16 th, Diane Risko from the Donor Resources Division of the Red Cross will give a short talk followed by Big Buck Night Meeting Night Raffle December 15 th Top Prizes are scheduled to be: 1 st Freezer 2 nd Polar Vision Ice Fishing Sonar 3 rd Fisherman s Tool Kit License # C24738 Thank you for your support. We welcome any and all suggestions. Please call: Don Priebe (248) Steven Kerry Leo, age 56 of Milford died November 3 rd, Dearest companion of Terri Lynn Barletta; father of Christopher Leo & Keri Leo. Also survived by his extended family and many loving friends including his friends at Multi Lakes Cons. Assoc. and his brothers from Forbidden Wheels of Brighton. ~ Trivia ~ DID YOU KNOW? 1. Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete??? 2. Giraffes & humans have the same number of bones in their necks seven. 3. Dolphins sleep with one eye open. 4. The Amazon River pushes so much water into the Atlantic Ocean that more than one hundred miles at sea off the mouth of the river you can dip fresh water out of the ocean. The volume of water in the Amazon is greater than the next eight largest rivers in the world combined and three times the flow of all rivers in the United States. Junior Rifle Mondays 7-9pm through May in Range house #1 New shooters may enroll on the 2 nd Monday of each month There will be no shooting on Holidays - the dates will be posted on the Range #1 bulletin board. Pellet Rifle 1 st & 3 rd Saturdays, 9-11am in Range House #1 through May This is for those would like to shoot but are too young to get into Junior Rifle. 19

20 Cook your own T-bone steak Choice of: 16 oz. Steak $10 20 oz. Steak $12 or Chicken Breast $8 With: Baked Potato Vegetable Tossed Salad and Garlic Bread ½ lb. Burgers to order plus Fries Served: 6 pm to 7:45 pm 1205 N. Pontiac Trail Walled Lake, MI (248) ATTENTION RANGE OFFICERS and TRAINING RANGE OFFICERS TRO s, remember the TRO Fast Track System to get your cards. Call Andy Lynch for details if you are unsure of how to obtain your RO Card. If you did not get the proper number of hours on your card for the class-time or last years RO/TRO hours, please contact Andy Lynch to make arrangements to do so. Thank You Range Officer Class Schedule Sunday, March 20th, 2011 Meeting Rm. 2:00pm 5:00pm (Returning Range Officers ONLY Please) Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011 Meeting Rm. 7:00pm 9:00pm (Returning Range Officers & Fast Track RO s ONLY Please) Sunday, March 27th, 2011 Meeting Rm. 2:00pm 5:00pm (Returning RO s, Fast Track RO s, Returning TRO s and New TRO s) MEMBERS CHANGE OF ADDRESS FORM Please use this form to notify us at least 4 weeks before moving to your new address. 1. Present Address attach address label or print your name and address exactly as shown on the label Club No. Name Old Address City State Zip 2. Fill In New Address: Club No. Name New Address City State Zip 3. Mail To: Multi-Laker Phone 3860 Newton Road Commerce Twp., MI CLUB BAR OPEN DAILY N O O N

21 Pin Shoot Results November 21 st 2010 Red Dot Sights: Jim Nesbit Jeff Shotwell Dave Fisher Iron Sights: Bill Shope Heinz Mattern Jim Nesbit FISH FRY EVERY FRIDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT $8.00 Adults $5.50 Children discount for Seniors over 62 5:30 to 8:30 pm Help Support Your Club! FRIED FISH BAKED FISH BROASTED CHICKEN Also Includes: Salad, Coleslaw, Veggie, Baked Potato & Fries 21

22 Multi-Lakers & the NRA When you renew or join the National Rifle Association put our ID number 'C10513B' on your application, and MLCA will receive $10.00 Applications & renewals at the bar. This Space Intentionally Left Blank MCRGO Largest Statebased Firearms Advocate in America D.N.R. OPERATIONS SERVICE CENTER W. Eight Mile Road, Southfield, MI Phone (248) REPORT ALL POACHING (RAP)

23 2010 Committee Chair Directory Members Interested In Committees Call President Russ Activities Good Old Days Operation Can-Do Andy Willetts Don Navigato Richard LaFave, Sr Adopt-a-Highway Grounds Outdoor Range Dave Mercieca Al Wilkinson Eric Manning Archery Hall Rentals William Lonsberry Marie Miller (Indoor) Larry Grey Mike Wilkinson Bryan Hewitt (3D) Hats and Patches Painting Tim Loynes (Outdoor) Doug Erstad Tom Jakubiec Ron Opfer (Junior) Dennis Drake Parliamentarian Bar Haunted Forest Dave Fisher Drew Regish John Brandt Personal Protection/CPL Classes Tara Walker Ken Cole Cal Kittinger Baseball Brent Bastien Pheasant Hunt Ed Sienkiewicz Horseshoes Marshall Maybrier Bingo Rob Joyner Terry Smart John Eriksson Horticulture Photography Buck Bourdeau Pete Rinehart Tracey Griggs Chris Peltier Bob Bauman Pistol-Bullseye Blood Drive House Jose Lopez Kirk Cooke Richard LaFave, Sr Bob Carlson Frank Spelker Hunters Ed. & Basic Rifle Pistol Combat Building Maintenance Wayne Hoyt Bill Brennecke VACANCY Chet Dymon Pistol Open By Laws Insurance Pete Cesaro, Jr Rich Johnson Dave Mercier Curtis McNaught Car Cruise JOAD Political Action Committee Skip Worden Ron Opfer Sam Mullins Chairperson s Committee Junior Conservation Club Pole Barn Don Navigato Larry Smith Jim Babel Computer Lou Gehringer Popcorn Scott Measel Junior Rifle Rudy Kirn Conservation Education Wayne Hoyt Purchasing Rich Johnson Chet Dymon Richard LaFave, Sr Country Breakfast Junior Shotgun Range House Coordinator Russ Griggs Mike Borst Curtis McNaught Steve Wagner Frank Spelker Range Officer Training & Scheduling Cowboy Action Shooting Kitchen Meeting Night Andy Lynch Carl Sundberg Dale Lee School Liaison Shooting Sports Daily Raffle Bob Lederman Tony Jankowski Jim Kirn Meeting Night Raffle Scouting/Boy Gary Gryglewski Don Priebe Wayne Davis Dennis Cullen Memorial Sergeant at Arms Deer Contest Richard LaFave, Sr Larry Gray Charles McDonald M.U.C.C. Delegates Ron Pennell Jon Lash Gene Thibodeau Mike Wilczynski Dock & Lakeside Mike Borst Skeet & Trap Ron Dubois Rich Johnson Temple Cumiskey Election Dave Manning Slingshot Larry Willis Multi-Laker Editor Jim Morphew Entertainment Dave Leonard Charley Stevens Richard A. Lafave, Sr Multi-Lakes Chaplain Sporting Clays Equipment Maintenance Skip Worden Pete Cesaro, Sr Evan Lacy Multi-Lakes Historian Pete Cesaro, Jr Greg Potter Mick McCanham Strategic Planning Bill McKeever Muzzleloader League Pete Cesaro, Sr Euchre Art Hoffmyer Dave Bolla Bill Burnett Tom Hoffmyer Sam Mullins Family Events Muzzleloader Rendezvous Texas Hold'em Larry Cohorst Clint Double Glen Kruckenberg Charley Stevens Dave Mercieca Tree Chairman Fence New Member Marty Zaremba Jim Ashcraft Ian Grapp Wild Game Dinner Finance Committee Tom "Jake" Jakubiec VACANCY Mark Geiger Nomination Women's Events Friday Fish Fry Chris Peltier Cal Kittinger Fred Koby NRA Dinner Work Bee Golf League Cal Kittinger Dave Chappel Tom Cockels NRA Training Counselor.22 Pin Shoot Mark Kiefer Tony Racchi Terry Smart Carl Sidoti WWW.MULTILAKES.COM

24 Schedule those dates now! Anyone scheduling upcoming events please submit your dates to the Club Manager to be presented to the Chairperson s Committee and Board of Directors for approval of all upcoming dates. Periodicals Postage Paid Walled Lake, MI ALL COMMITTEES: We need to know who is doing what! Thank you Club Manager Please drive responsibly on and off club grounds!! 24 Conservation Pledge I GIVE MY PLEDGE AS AN AMERICAN TO SAVE AND FAITHFULLY DEFEND FROM WASTE THE NATURAL RESOURCES OF MY COUNTRY ITS AIR, SOIL AND MINERALS, ITS FORESTS, WATERS AND WILDLIFE The Multi-Laker (USPS ) Newton Road Commerce Twp., MI 48382

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