Range Badge Credit Opportunities

To Arlington Rifle and Pistol Club,

The AGC offers range badge credit to anyone volunteering to help do work around the range. If you volunteer 40 hours, you will receive a free range badge.

Those of you who volunteered to help at the range days or with the 43rd bomber group reunion would have accumulated range badge credit hours. The credits are equal to about $4.25 per hour reduction in the cost of a range badge. They do add up quickly. The cost of the 2017 range badge is $170.

There will be opportunities to work on maintenance projects as a club and as individuals throughout the year. The AGC has a rental house that needs to get ready for the rental market. We need to do things like wall prep, replacing faucets, cleaning, etc. The AGC will be having a paint day, where clubs will volunteer to paint a room in the rental house. Arlington will be painting one of the rooms. I will send a notice out letting you know when we are planning on doing our paint day.

I will be posting opportunities to volunteer as they arise, but there are always things that need to be done for anyone who wants to reduce the cost of a range badge, earn a free range badge or just help make the range a better place to bring our family and friends to.

Here we go with a range badge credit opportunity for this weekend:

The AGC will be building a wall in the maintenance building Saturday. It will be constructed of metal studs and plywood. Anyone interested in helping should arrive at 7:00 a.m. Saturday. If you want to volunteer, be sure you bring gloves, because you will be handling metal studs and plywood.

Thank you,

Rob

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2 Responses to Range Badge Credit Opportunities

  1. Jerrod Brunk says:

    Sorry Again. Same reason as before, battalion camping trip this weekend.

    Have a great thanksgiving, Jerrod

    On Nov 18, 2016 8:17 AM, “Arlington Rifle & Pistol Club” wrote:

    > arlingtonrpc posted: “To Arlington Rifle and Pistol Club, The AGC offers > range badge credit to anyone volunteering to help do work around the range. > If you volunteer 40 hours, you will receive a free range badge. Those of > you who volunteered to help at the range days or with” >

  2. blairshawjr@verizon.net says:

    Thanks  Aga

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