Geauga Bowmen - Newsletters graphic design, packaging design, web design en-us Thu, 18 Aug 2022 13:50:00 -0800 Tue, 29 Aug 2017 00:00:00 -0800 no September 2017 Newsletter <p>september 2017 newsletter is now live and can be viewed online at: <strong><a href='' target='_blank'>newsletter link</a>.</strong></p> <p><strong><a href='' target='_blank'></a></strong></p> Newsletters Tue, 29 Aug 2017 00:00:00 -0800 March 2017 Newsletter <p>march 2017 newsletter in pdf format. <a href='[uniqid]' target='_blank'>you can view it online by clicking on this link.</a></p> Newsletters Fri, 31 Mar 2017 00:00:00 -0800 February 2017 Newsletter <div class='entry-content clearfix'> <p>check out the february 2017 edition of the newsletter here:</p> <h4><strong><a href='' target='_blank'>february 2017 newsletter</a></strong></h4> <p>click “subscribe” in the upper-left hand corner of the newsletter to subscribe if you’re not receiving it, but would like to.</p> </div> Newsletters Mon, 6 Mar 2017 00:00:00 -0800 December 2015 Newsletter <p>you can download/read online, the december 2015 geauga newsletter in pdf format. <strong><a href='' target='_blank'>click this link to get the pdf file.</a></strong></p> Newsletters Sat, 19 Dec 2015 00:00:00 -0800 On Target News: January/February 2015 <p><span style='font-size:16px'><strong>in memory of gary kingston</strong></span><br /> geauga bowmen lost a great member and friend on january 4th, 2015. gary was so much to so many and a one of a kind. we will dedicate our traditional shoot on april 11th and 12 to this great man, as he had wanted.</p> <blockquote> <p>“time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.”</p> </blockquote> <p>time is just a matter of perspective. what we do with our time is our choice. i for one put off my responsibilities a lot of the time to do the things i enjoy. doing work takes priority in our lives as it should, second to family matters. it is our free time and how it is spent is what i speak of. i enjoy going to the club and wasting my day (as my wife would say.) i find getting dirty at the club very rewarding, as it takes my mind off of things and gives me a sense of accomplishment. i am sure i may have been better off spending my time more wisely at home or actually getting paid for my labors, our time spent at the club is well spent. we do it so others may enjoy it as we do. i have met so many wonderful people since becoming a member of geauga bowmen. many have come and gone, but we always have our core group of members that keep coming back every year. we are the club. we are why the club still exists. without our small group of members support, we would not exist for the future members to find out about us and join and stay as long as we have. our future depends on our past and present. thank you for your support yesterday today and tomorrow!</p> <p><span style='font-size:16px'><strong>reminders</strong></span><br /> if you have any raffle tickets that you have not sold, please bring them back by the game dinner, along with the money and stubs for sold tickets. the raffle will be drawn at the game dinner on march 7.</p> <p>please note that we have a donation box up by the club building where donations can be made by non-members when visiting the range. we want to establish a nominal fee to charge when non-members are using the range for the first time (maybe $5), but we need to get a consensus from our members. we believe that visitors should become members after the first visit, if they are still interested in the club.</p> <p>on that note, we have a lot of membership cards for paid members who have not picked them up. please pick up your membership cards at the next club shoot or monthly meeting!! just ask us for your card when you attend.</p> <p><strong>please note: </strong>if you camp out or have a picnic at the club grounds, please take your trash with you when you leave. it is okay to leave empty cans in the recycle bin, but don’t leave any trash on the grounds! please help us to keep your archery range clean!</p> <p><span style='font-size:16px'><strong>club involvement</strong></span><br /> our club is unique in the fact that we have no mandatory work hours. all work is done on a volunteer basis. last season our members were very generous with their time. lots of work is accomplished both behind the scenes and during the events such as: prepping the grounds, setting targets, shopping, advertising, working in the kitchen, pulling targets, and helping at youth events, just to name a few. with all the things it takes to keep things going smoothly, there are enough jobs to go around. for those who are interested, we will find something you are comfortable with so you can play an active role in the club, as many of us already enjoy.</p> Newsletters Sun, 25 Jan 2015 00:00:00 -0800