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Membership & Volunteering

Membership

The Lander One Shot Antelope Club is responsible for organizing and conducting the annual One Shot Antelope Hunt.  Our membership consists of 100 voting members and 100 non-voting members.  The voting membership elects eleven directors who administer to the ongoing affairs of the organization.  The President appoints an additional four directors plus the past president stays on for two additional years after their time as president.  This brings the total director count to sixteen.

Our bylaws state the following regarding membership:  “Membership in this corporation shall be confined to 100 persons having a definite interest in the City of Lander and have paid their annual assessment.  …The club may have an alternate list of not to exceed 100 members which vacancies to the regular membership may be filled.”

Our annual dues are $50 which entitles you to two dinner tickets at the Victory Banquet on Saturday evening.  These tickets carry a retail value of $25 each.  If you are interested in joining the Lander One Shot Antelope Club, please send us an email or contact any of the following board members:

  • Terry Martin—President
  • Travis Sweeney—Vice President
  • Chris Peterson—Secretary
  • Mike Lewis—Treasurer
  • Paul Fontaine
  • Wade Alexander
  • Phil McWain
  • Jason Teeples
  • Ben Freedman
  • Tim Gist
  • Tony McRae
  • Darin Hubble
  • Leonard Yost
  • Rick Fagnant

Volunteering

We rely on numerous individuals to help us pull off this event.  We are always in need of additional volunteers and would love to get you involved.  Following is a list of our committees:

  • Banquet Crew—Wade Alexander chair
  • Staging Crew—Travis Sweeney chair
  • Range Crew—Gary Nolde chair
  • Greeters—Tony McRae chair
  • Guides—Carl Asbell chair