General Information Hours of Operation:
The clubhouse has no set hours. As long as a working member is available, the clubhouse facilities may be used by all. All members must leave the club house when the last working member leaves. All members have full access to all outdoor facilities between 5 a.m. and midnight. No one is permitted on the club grounds between midnight and 5 a.m. unless there is a special event scheduled. All ranges are closed during public shoots. Smoking and Alcoholic Beverages: The clubhouse is a non-smoking area. Smoking is permitted on outdoor ranges. Please dispose of your cigarette butts properly. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on club property.
The club owns and maintains numerous pieces of bow tuning equipment, including
a bow press, bow scale, a paper tuning frame, and, when a director or officer
is present, a chronograph. This equipment is located in the clubhouse and
may be used by any member when a working member is present to open the clubhouse.
Club equipment is for members only to use. If you are unsure how to properly
use a piece of equipment, please ask for assistance. This will help prevent
damage to the equipment and possible injury to yourself. Guests of members
are not permitted to use the equipment, but members can work on guest's equipment.
Junior members must be accompanied by an adult when using any club equipment.
Please report any broken or damaged equipment to the vice-president, so it
can be repaired. Falcon Archers will not be held responsible for any member's
equipment left unattended on club property. Any equipment left on the club
property is done at your own risk.
ID Tags: On a yearly basis, as dues are paid, all members are issued an ID tag. These tags should be displayed in plain view while on the club grounds. The tags are color coded and dated to correspond to the membership type and year. Lost tags will be replaced at a $5.00 fee.
Types and Fees:
Working Members: $60/ year
Social Members: $120/ year
Junior Members: $50/ year (18 years and under, no adult membership)
All memberships, except Junior Memberships, are family memberships and include spouses and children under 18 years.
Attendance at Monthly Meetings: At least 4 meetings a year, without missing 3 consecutive meetings. Call-offs do not count as either a miss or an attend.
Scheduled Workdays: There are at least three scheduled workdays a year. Missed days can be made up by you contacting the vice-president and making arrangements to do alternate work.
Work Assignments: Each working member will be assigned a work detail on a yearly basis by the vice-president. These may be mowing assignments, 3D shoot setup/teardown, clubhouse cleanup, or other assignments as needed. All supplies and equipment will be provided by the club.
Social and Junior Members: These memberships do not require any work. Volunteer help is always gladly accepted.
Working Members: Issued keys to the front gate and the clubhouse, allowing full access to all club facilities at any time. Also, has voting privileges at club meetings.
All Other Members: Social Members are issued a key to the front gate only, allowing access to all outdoor ranges. Junior Members are not issued keys.
Probationary Period: All new working members are subject to a three-month probationary period. During this period, they will be assigned an initial work detail. Successful completion of this assignment and attendance at meetings and workdays will be considered in accepting them as full working members. The clubhouse key and voting privileges will only be extended after a person is accepted as a full working member.
Persons applying for membership must personally submit an Application for Membership at a Club meeting held on the second Wednesday of each month, except October, at 8 p.m. Applicants should arrive by 7:45 p.m.
New Members must attend a meeting on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:45 PM. and fill out an Application for Membership (save and fill form in Adobe Reader).