Fall cleanup day was a great turnout for getting a lot of big and small work done, despite the rainy day weather. Special thanks for Jen LeBlair in organizing Princeton cub scout pack for coming out to help, 20 parents and cub-scouts helped in addition to these Norco volunteers – Ed Soule, Len Pukaite, Brad Rivard, Steve Walsh, Daniel Bradbury, Donna LaRocque, Leo LaRocque, Ed Bonnell, Rocky Trotto, and Wayne Adams. The 25 and 50 yard target support beams were replaced with telephone poles; 2nd floor clubhouse walls washed down and 2nd floor bathroom ceiling reattached, range brass raked. A hearty lunch was served including venison sausage and Porchetta chili, along with hotdogs and burgers. The cub scouts who camp out in the spring and fall wanted to reciprocate their thanks for opening up the club with this volunteer work – more ideas are underway and expect to see several scouts on our kids day in March. Other notable work just completed at the club were trap field light repairs and parking lot lights at the trap range – thanks for member volunteers Curt Bjorland and Wayne Adams. Mike Jones on another day that fit his schedule set out the snow plow markers and Paul Caneen completed painting the picnic tables at clubhouse, trap range, and fish pond.