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rent legislation they had a duty to retreat in a home invasion situation. He also looks to eliminating property taxes, be- ginning with seniors, setting term limits for legislators, improving public educa- tion, and keeping government off your back and out of your pocket!

was on this topic that Kris gave his take on the Marcellus Shale activity. It is a good deal for the PA economy, and a severance tax is justified, but it must be phased in so as not to scare off potential exploration and development.

DMSC SHORT SHOTS

  • At our October 28 meeting, WCO Dan

Sitler will provide an update on Game Commission happenings and Tim Solo- bay, Democratic candidate for PA Senate for the 46th District, will present his posi- tion on various legislative issues.

SIGHT IN DAY for members and the public will be NOVEMBER 21, 9:00am to 2:00pm. There is a nominal fee for each rifle with proceeds going to local charities. Reminder: the November and December meetings move up one week to accom- modate the holidays--November18 and December 16 .

  • The Nominating Committee chose the

following members for the five three-year terms that are open on the DMSC Board of Directors this year: Bob Atkison, Ted Hildabrand, Dave Willard, Ell Vines, and Ken Zupkow. More information, including photos, is on Page 7 in this edition of the newsletter.

● Member Don Dabulis, passed away on September 11. A story and photo in our June 2008 newsletter relates that Don and his son fabricated the swinging tar- gets on the rifle range. Our condolences go to Don’s family .

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DUES NEWS

The directors recently reviewed the trend of the cost of our operating expenses. As with most segments of the economy, the cost to the club for utilities, insurance, etc. has risen steadily. As a result, after holding the line on membership dues for the past few years, the directors voted to increase dues by $5.00 a year in all membership categories, effec- tive January 1, 2011. The increases are shown below. The directors also voted to let members who renew their membership for next year by December 31, 2010, pay at the old rates instead of the new, increased rates. New members joining in October and November at the new rates will be credited for the remainder of 2010 as well as all of 2011.

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NEW DUES

OLD DUES

$75

$70

$30

$25

$30

$25

$10

$5

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