CENTRAL WHIDBEY SPORTMANS ASSOCIATION

CWSA NEW RANGES

The Central Whidbey Sportsmen’s Association (CWSA)

Mission Statement

The CWSA was founded on 11 December 1947 with the principles of comradery and sportsmanship

being foremost considerations.  By providing and maintaining a premiere facility to

foster the shooting sports, the aims of the founders will be self-perpetuating.

The CWSA will continue to provide a safe environment where firearm

enthusiasts may exercise and share their fondness of the shooting sports.  This

will be accomplished through offered firearm education in all disciplines,

friendly competitions, and meetings related to those topics.

Recognizing that a positive public perception is paramount to the success

of the CWSA’s mission, the Association and its members will always practice

sound principles of citizenship and fellowship. To that end, all will be encouraged

to join the Association, participate in its offerings, and contribute to its

mission in any way possible. 

By Gary Raster

CWSA MEMBERSHIP Renewal Announcement

OCTOBER 10, 2022

Dear Members:

Renewals this year will be different as we are transferring into a new membership and gate control system.

First, for those of you with a good email address you will be invited online by a system email between November 1 and December 20.

For those who want to continue using cash or checks we will be renewing the old fashioned way in January and February, dates to be announced.

One of our goals is to save a lot of unnecessary trips to the club for membership renewal. Everyone is going to have to show up once to get their new RFID fob which you will use to enter the facility. Dates and times will be forthcoming.

Larry Memmer, Pres
Wes Kenworthy, Membership Chairman
Jeff Phillips, Membership
Ralph Young, Treasurer

Membership applications are for new member only and can be found in a mailbox at the entrance gate or downloaded Here – requires pdf reader. We are accepting new memberships, please contact Wes Kenworthy at membership.cwsa@gmail.com for more membership information. Please print out an application and complete this form and bring it with you from this website. Also, there are blank forms in the club house and in the mailbox by the gate. Renewal members will be notified by EZ Facilities to renew your membership.

KEY TURN-IN. If you did not renew your membership, please return your key due to a key shortage. Please put keys in Mailbox by the gate or mail to P.O. Box 711 Coupeville, WA 98239

***GENERAL MEETING ** Are on the second Monday of each Month at 7:00pm. **Board meetings** are the 4th Monday of the month from 6:00pm to 7:00pm.

New Member Orientation Dates

14 January 2023 12:00PM

Renewal for year 2023 membership

9 January 5:00pm to 7:00pm before general meeting

18 January 6:00pm to 8:00pm

21 January 10:00am to 12:00pm

23 January 4:00pm to 6:00pn before the board meeting

1 February 6:00pm to 8:00pm

4 February 10:00am to 12:00pm

8 February 6:00pm to 8:00pm

13 February 5:00pm to 7:00pm before general meeting

25 February 10:00 to 12:00pm

27 February 4:00pm to 6:00pm before the board meeting

SERVICE PROJECTS:

Service projects are held on the first Sunday and Wednesday of each month starting at 9:00am. If these days do not work for you, please contact Ed Hilkey at (360) 929-2896. Remember all members must complete 1 service project per year or pay a $50.00 penalty when you renew your membership, as of July 2022. Members who are 75 years old in good standing for five years and are disabled by the State with a (license or Placard); or by a doctor’s statement do not have to perform a annual service project.

Shotguns rules

Shotguns are only allowed on the Trap Range, Pattern board and Bay 6 utilizing Lead shot 7 1/2 or smaller. Slugs can be use in the old short range behind the club house “ONLY” to sight in your shotgun for hunting, Bay 6 has a new shotgun target made of hog fencing that is 12′ long and should hold up to led shot. Please bring clothes pin or tape to hang your targets up. Shot guns are not allowed on any other range except what was mentioned above!!!!!!!

Range Rules Have Been Updated

Posted on 25 April 2022 Administration Range Rules
The Range Rules have been updated. It is every members responsibility to understand and follow the Range Rules. Click on the Range Rules link in the navigation sidebar to the left top bring them up. A downloadable PDF version is linked at the top of that page.

How do I get there?

397 West Safari Street, Coupeville WA 98239.
(Not the main mailing address, use PO Box 711, Coupeville WA 98239 instead)

If you are starting North of Coupeville, travel South on Hwy 20 until you pass Island County Transit building and bus barn on the left. You will see the entrance to CWSA on the right hand side opposite the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

If you are starting South of Keystone Ferry, travel North on Hwy 525 until you pass Salmagundi Farms. You’ll see the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses on the right and the entrance to the CWSA on the left.

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When are the meetings?

General Meetings are the second Monday of every month at 7:00 PM. If you are interested in joining the Association, contact the Membership Secretary listed under Executive Board or above.

The Board of Director’s meeting is the fourth Monday of the month at 6:00 PM. All members are welcome to attend.