Hope you learned your letters!
The last 12 Months of TRR Newsletters will be linked here as they are released.
If you would like to contribute an article or pictures to the Thunder River World Guardian send an email to Cheyenne Ranger at Secretary@ThunderRiverRenegades.com
We hosted the TSRA Regional shoot yesterday at TRR, with a good urnout. There was a short shower toward the end of the match, but it cleared away quickly and didn’t impact the match or lunch. All in all, a nice relaxed match with good stage writing by Cheyenne.
Three Matches this Month: along with our matches on the 2nd and 23rd, we will be hosting a TSRA Cowboy match on April 30th. While this last one is going to be pretty much the same as our normal monthly matches, proceeds will go to The Texas State Rifle Association.
RO I & II Class results: the weekend Feb 19-20, a number of our members attended RO Classes taught by RO Instructor TJD. Saturday’s RO I class was attended by Tyrel Sackett, Caledonia Red, Crockett, Ramblin’ Gambler and myself. Everyone had a great time while increasing their knowledge of our hobby/sport/obsession. See the next article about the two major changes in SASS rules.
Yes, friends, we are again pushing back Saturday’s start time a 1⁄2 hour to give the temperature a chance to climb up the old column of mercury a bit. Also remember the plumbing last time was frozen so might want to take care of business before you arrive.
This year the offices of President, Treasurer and Range Master will be decided by the adult members who have paid their 2022 dues. Each office is for two years. The actual election will be Saturday, March 5th before and/or during the Safety Meeting. Results will be announced by match’s end.
Since Christmas falls on the 4th Saturday of December, we have moved up our second match to Dec 11. Be looking for further info this coming soon.
Presently our plans are to shoot New Year’s Day, Jan 1st, which is the first Saturday of 2022. It will be a great way to overcome any lingering effects of alcohol consumption from the previous night.
Annual Major Work Day, Part Duex: again, referring to the email from Saturday, we have 3 projects that need to be complete before LSTR.
Let’s talk about some of those non-SASS categories TRR recognizes: we have several home grown categories that you may (won’t) find at other clubs. Here is the list with explanations:
Not Here Yet but looking toward returning to 6 stages: in the near future we will again return to those thrilling days of yore when we blasted away at 6 stages within our matches. The deciding factor has always been the weather so keep your ‘eyes on the skies.’
We are exploring getting another order of club T-shirts. These would be similar to the red ones you’ve seen on various members. Cost is still fluid
but in the $15-20 range If interested please send me you size and number of shirts you wish to purchase—your alias is always helpful too. We won’t hold you to it as we are still in planning stages are want to gauge membership interest
The Torch has been passed: as noted previously Nile City Slick is dealing with some serious medical issues. These are of a chronic nature which will occupy him for the foreseeable future. He was the driving force behind the planning, building, decorating and operation of Stage 1: The TRR Depot (we have various members “adopt’ stages to monitor needs and do minor tasks that crop up from time to time.)
It’s almost time to wish a Happy Birthday to The United States of America! She’s a ‘young’ 245 years old and looks great for her age. Best way to celebrate is to come out and Shoot at Stuff with your friends at TRR.