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Fall 2012 Projects, Sign up to fulfill work requirements

posted Sep 26, 2012, 8:26 AM by Georgetown FishGame

Georgetown Fish and Game

Fall 2012 Projects

 

The GG Board has identified several Building and Grounds projects and other initiatives that should be accomplished by the end of the year

To facilitate the completion of these projects and to offer more members the opportunity and flexibility to fulfill their work requirement the board has developed a list of tasks for teams to complete.
Note: Sign up sheets are available at the clubhouse. You may also sign up via e-mail by sending your name and contact info to georgetownfng@gmail.com

Following conditions are important and must be met regarding completion of projects.

·         Clubhouse projects need to be completed before adverse weather conditions set in, i.e. temperatures too low for staining exterior of building.

·         Review committees recommendations need to be submitted to the board no later than December 10th

Sign up sheets have been created that include a description of the project and a basic breakdown of tasks or requirements. We would hope to enlist a sufficient number of volunteers to not put an undue burden on those who sign up.  The sign up sheets have a section for individuals to volunteer for team leaders. 

Team leaders will be determine manpower, material,  and equipment requirements and coordinate and schedule work.  GFG Board will approve team leader assignments.

Project teams have the responsibility to schedule and complete project on their own.

Understanding that the work requirement is four hours per member, we recommend that assignments be distributed fairly with people assigned to ‘shifts’ or work otherwise broken down in to manageable chunks.

Materials lists and procurements will be reviewed and approved by the board or board designee prior to purchasing. Team leader will be responsible for arrangement of pick up or delivery of materials as required. GFG Board will be available for advice and Treasurer will coordinate and handle any special payment or reimbursement requirements if required.

Projects may start when team leader is chosen and a viable number of members sign on to the project.

PROJECT: MAKE REQUIRED REPAIRS TO CLUBHOUSE SIDING AND TRIM AND RESTAIN EXTERIOR.

1.      Remove and replace all rotted and damaged siding

2.      Replace, repair, and finish installation of trim as required.

3.      Clean and remove mold, mildew and dirt from exterior surface and prepare surface for staining.  Note: surface should be washed with commercial siding cleaner or bleach solution and thoroughly rinsed to remove all residue to insure proper adhesion of stain. Siding should not be pressure washed.

4.      Stain entire exterior and trim

PROJECT: WHEELCHAIR RAMP CONSTRUCTION

1.      Purchase materials and construct an ADA Compliant ramp for access to the clubhouse.

PROJECT: REPAIR PISTOL RANGE AND MID RANGE BACKSTOP ROOFS.

1.      Determine scope of repairs and materials needed to repair leaking and damaged areas of roofs vs replacement of roofs. Discuss results with GFG Board.

2.      Make required repairs or replacement as approved by Board.

PROJECT: COMMITTEE REVIEW OF CLUB BY-LAWS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UPDATES AND IMPROVEMENTS

1.      Solicit and consolidate input from general membership, board of directors, officers and committee members regarding any and all corrections, changes, and updates that can or should be made to club by-laws.

2.      Submit recommendations to club officers and board of directors for review.

3.      Develop motions for publication in the club minutes and presentation for vote and acceptance at the annual meeting

PROJECT: COMMITTEE REVIEW OF RANGE RULES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UPDATES, CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS.

1.      Solicit and consolidate input from general membership, board of directors, officers and committee members regarding any and all changes and updates that can or should be made to club range rules.

2.      Submit recommendations to club officers and board of directors for review.

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