Shooting Members agree to provide 10 hours of work at the range in addition to membership fees.
The Lakeview Rifle & Pistol Association grants range privileges to our members when they visit the Bountiful Range. No fee will be charged to the shooter at the pistol, rifle, and shotgun ranges.
However, if using the shotgun automated traps, tokens will need to be purchased from the range master.
“Range privileges accorded this association depend upon service rendered by the members in support of the range. Range service projects include setting up for, running one trap, cleaning up after, and any other jobs in support of the Lions’ Club’s annual turkey shoot which occurs the weekend before Thanksgiving each year. Other service projects include range maintenance or other supportive activities as designated by the executive committee, the executive officer, or the range master. Hours of service will be recorded at the range and reported annually to the Lions’ Club’s range committee.
Ten hours of service is considered a minimum annual requirement for range privileges. Members are responsible for seeing that their hours of service at the range are recorded in the LRPA log book.
(By-Laws, Appendix II)
The completed application form and a check for the amount due should be mailed to:
Lakeview Rifle & Pistol Association
20 S. Main St.
P.O. Box 1095
Bountiful, UT 84011
All new membership applications will be reviewed by the LRPA Executive Board and voted on. Payment will be processed for applications accepted into the LRPA. Membership privileges do not start until application is confirmed by the LRPA Executive Board. Membership cards and/or current year shooting stickers will be sent via U.S.P.S. mail to the last address on file.