2020 Westy Hogans Update – September 4
Get ready to begin the 2021 target year with a bang! The Westy Hogans starts Friday, September 11 with a beautiful forecast and a lot of things happening.
Practice Traps: Practice will be available on bank 6 Thursday, September 10 from noon to 6pm(?).
Added Early Hours: The office will be open Thursday, September 10 from 6-8pm for early classifying, squadding & cashiering. If you presquadded, you are already classified. Please go to a kiosk & print a summary. Your classification will be printed with your summary. Check your classification & special category (if eligible) before you cashier. Any changes must be done at the classification window.
Hall of Fame: The Hall of Fame Silent Auction will take place during the Westy Hogans on Friday from noon to 5pm & Saturday 9am to 5pm (postponed from an earlier date). The HofF is also having a three day raffle for cases of Winchester AA ammo, drawn on the PA lottery numbers. The tickets are $10.00 & have two numbers to win on. Tickets can be purchased from the HofF officers: Pam Darroch, John Worner, Kate Schmidt or Robert Koefer. All proceeds will benefit the PSSA Hall of Fame.
K80 Raffle: Drawing will be Saturday, September 12.
Westy Hogans HAA $5,000.00 added money giveaway: Shooters must complete the 400 HAA targets (events 3, 4, & 5). Upon completion of event 5 we’ll run the HAA report then randomly select eight numbers. Those numbers will correspond to the shooter’s number on the list.
The Save A Pair for Breast Cancer Awareness check presentation to Susan G. Komen ~ PA will take place Monday, September 14. All are welcome to attend. (Time to be determined.)
Lease Holders: Winter Storage Agreement, proof of insurance & fees are due by Sunday, September 13.
All Campers: Extra use & electric fees can be paid at the squadding desk during office hours. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Please also remember: As required by the Governor’s latest directive – we will require all employees, contestants, and families to wear a face mask when in the PSSA building. There will be NO acceptable reasons for not complying with this mandate. If you are unable to wear a mask you should make arrangements for someone else to squad, cashier, etc. for you. Also, in order to do our best to comply with the mandated maximum number of people in the building at any one time we ask that you do the following:
1. Maintain social distancing while at squadding, cashiering, or in the kitchen.
2. Have your payment ready and, if paying by check, have the check made out in advance so you are through the process as quickly as possible.
3. Leave the building immediately upon completion of required business or receiving food. Take your food outside for consumption.
If we all cooperate with these conditions we should have no problem complying with the Governor’s directives and have an enjoyable time.