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The WSCA Facebook page has been renamed to Washington State Sporting Clay Shooters. This is a forum where shooters in WA can discuss information about sporting clays in Washington and to promote our sport. It is not part of the association. If you’re not on Facebook, considering joining this site https://www.facebook.com/groups/211582742370242
All WSCA board information will now be housed under its own tab. It will include Upcoming meetings, meeting minutes, updates, and election information
With the interrupted season raising potential issues for shooters and NSCA member clubs, the NSCA Executive Council continues to meet weekly by conference call to address the unique challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In their May 4 meeting, the NSCA Executive Council made the decision to allow punches earned during the 2019 shoot year to be carried over to 2021. This decision will alter rule V-A-2-e of the 2020 NSCA Rule Book for the 2021 shoot year only.
We appreciate your help in informing the membership of this rule alteration. For more information, contact NSCA Assistant Director Nichole Bowers, 210-688-3371, ext. 255.
Wanted to let the WSCA shooters know our long time friend John Lundvall has passed to his reward. John was 91 and had not been able to shoot because he had developed vision problems some time ago.
I shot with John at WSCA events for about 20 years, almost every weekend, so I’m sure most of the long time shooters would remember him. He was a very nice guy that will be fondly remembered by all who met him over the years.
posted by: Scott Gibbs
Dear Fellow Shooter,
The future of sporting clays in Washington depends on you. The WSCA board is looking for new board members. This is your opportunity to help determine how your money should be spent and, provide input to help sustain the future of our sport in Washington.
President – Jim Darby
VP – Jerry Perez
VP – Dean Cornileson
Secretary – Linda Henson
Treasurer – Donna Anderson
NSCA Delegates: Jim Darby, Reed Cowie and Dean Cornileson