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It's time to renew... did we miss yours?

Its time to renew your membership

Time to Renew your 2020 Membership

Did we miss yours?

Curt Cotton
Millcreek Rifle Club Membership Director

Spring means membership renewal time. But we are not confident that everyone received their renewal paperwork. If you are a current member, you should have received an email notification or a hard copy announcing the Annual Meeting including your membership renewal form. But we have had some reports of this email going into email spam folders, or that members have not received theirs. This communication went out approximately February 10, 2020.

If you didn’t get this email, please let us know so we can check our records and ensure you receive emails going forward. If you did not receive a membership form, click here to download a 2020 renewal form you can print out, fill in, and mail back. 
Additionally, there are copies of the renewal in the club house. If you would like a hard copy or have any questions regarding renewal, please send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Remember, all current members must apply for annual renewals by May 31, 2020. The process is simple:

  • Please do not wait to receive another notice, renewal invoice, or renewal bill. We do not send them.
  • The Membership Renewal Form is available right here on the website. It is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Under the Main Menu heading, simply click on "Membership Renewal." Download and print the form, follow the simple instructions, and send in your completed renewal form, proof of current NRA Membership, and your check

Another Successful Spring Work Day

Another Successful Spring Work Day

Our thanks to those who attended

Curt Cotton
Millcreek Rifle Club Membership Director

Dedicated members turned out on a cold Sunday morning March 15 to participate in another successful Spring Club Work Day. Some non-members showed up, too, including the young gentlemen in the photos above, representatives of the 4-H Rifle Club who have helped at various workdays for several years now. Now that's how you raise up the next generation of Millcreek members, folks!

A work crew of about a dozen and a half hard-working individuals accomplished the following maintenance tasks in about three hours:

  • Cleared more than 10 trailer loads of brush off Pistol Bays 1 through 5. (Be on the lookout for announcement of the resulting Spring Shotgun Range Brush Pile Burn.)

  • Hung new Club Range Rules signs throughout the range.
  • Cleaned out the long over-due Pavilion, discarding several loads of scrap in the process.

Lunch was provided, as always, by the generous contribution of member Steve Heath and his wife, Robin, who own Firehouse Subs at 6415 Quivira Road and 91st and Metcalf in Overland Park. At this time of financial stress on restaurants, I hope you will extend your gratitude to the Heaths for their contribution by stopping by to give them your business. And on behalf of Millcreek's nearly 1,900 members, thank you to those who turned out to help keep this club in world-class shape!

For Sale: One Big Ammunition Trailer

For Sale: One B.A.T.

That stands for Big Ammo Trailer

Dick Cooper
Millcreek Rifle Club President

The club purchased this surplus ammo trailer a few years ago.  It was modified to use as a mobile shooting platform.  Now, Millcreek no longer has a need for this.

The club has about $3,000 invested in it. The wood alone is more than a $1,000.  If you have any interest, please let me know.

Don't miss Spring Work Day March 15

Join in the fellowship of labor at this year's annual MCRC Club Spring Work Day - Sunday, March 15

"I'm going out to clean the pasture spring,...You come too." Poet Robert Frost understood when he wrote those lines that shared work is not always a chore. Shared work is another opportunity for brotherhood. That's why Club Work Days enjoy a long tradition at Millcreek Rifle Club. They offer members, new and old, the opportunity to share the fellowship of laboring for something we all love, Millcreek.

Membership Director Curt Cotton is developing a list of light maintenance tasks for this year's upcoming work day, Sunday, March 15. Please plan to bring eye and ear protection, along with your favorite tools, including chain saws if you have one. Other tools and supplies will be provided.

Lunch will be served, so please be sure to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to email Curt and RSVP before March 11 if you are coming, so we can plan the meal count.

Don't miss this chance to lighten the shared maintenance load on other members in your club by joining your hands with theirs in the fellowship of labor.

  • Date: Sunday, March 15, 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM (including meal time)
  • Location: Millcreek Rifle Club
  • Volunteer: Contact Membership Director Curt Cotton to volunteer: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Lunch Provided

 

2019 Budget Performance and Proposed 2020 Budget

MCRC 2019 Budget Performance and Proposed 2020 Budget

By Ralph Goodrich
Millcreek Rifle Club Treasurer

Millcreek Rifle Club budget performance in 2019 was positive. Although total revenue for the year was under the 2019 budget by $13,617, total expenses were also less than budgeted, by $29,071, resulting in a bottom line of $73,329, or $15,454 more than our expected bottom line of $57,875.

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Range Improvements Phase 1 Approved

Members of the Mill Creek Rifle Club Board of Directors voted unanimously at its October monthly meeting to forward the report of the Club's Range Development Committee to the general membership for approval at the general member meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Dec. 3. The seven-member Committee, composed of volunteer Mill Creek members, met over the course of the last six months to bring together the numerous different perspectives of club members regarding Mill Creek Rifle Club's future, including law enforcement, competition, and hobbyists. After much research and deliberation, the committee recommends the following infrastructure improvements to the membership:

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Notice of annual meeting

Notice of Annual Meeting, Expenditure Review, Budget Presentation and Elections

The Millcreek Rifle Club Annual Meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m., March 3, 2020, in the Clubhouse.

Members will conduct the following business:

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2020 Membership Renewal is Now Available

2020 Membership Renewal is Now Available

Here's How To Renew Your Membership

Remember, all current members must apply for annual renewals by May 31, 2020. The process is simple:

  • First, bear in mind that Millcreek Rifle Club does not mail to members any renewal notices, renewal invoices, or renewal bills. Please do not wait to get a bill for your renewal, because we do not send them.
  • The Membership Renewal Form is available right here on the website. It is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Under the Main Menu heading, simply click on "Membership Renewal." Download and print the form, follow the simple instructions, and send in your completed renewal form, proof of current NRA Membership, and your check
  • We will also distribute the Renwal Form via an upcoming email blast, as well as in an upcoming Crow's Roost. All Members should receive the Crow's Roost in early February. You can simply clip out the Renewal Form and mail in your renewal.
  • Millcreek Rifle Club is rapidly approaching our membership cap, and we always have a list of people who are eager to join. Please renew on-time to avoid having your key card shut off, and your membership terminated.

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