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The purpose of the Key Cities Conservation Club is to create a fraternal spirit among sportsmen and sportswomen, harmonize their interests, unify their action, and solidify them into an association working toward definite ends: specifically the propagation and conservation of game and fish and the equitable harvesting of the surplus; to plan and carry out projects to create an abundance of wildlife; to hold events with an emphasis on education for adults and children in shooting, archery, angling, hunting dog training, conservation and other activities as the board of directors may deem proper.

Officers

David Ewel
President

Jeremy Geppert
Vice President

Dave Ramsden
Treasurer

Brian Lindell
Secretary

Board Members


Terms that expire December 31, 2023

Kim Anderson
Jay Brown
Rick Bruels

Brad Heilman
Leif Johnson
Jeff Strand
Trevor Waagner
Mike Wiebold

Terms that expire December 31, 2024

Gregg Andersen
Mike Bales
Len Braun
Lee Drake
Wally Gates
Daniel Halvorson
Harold Holmgren
Brian Hughes

Name

David Ewel



Jeremy Geppert


Dave Ramsden


Brian Lindell

Mike Bales

Len Braun

Lee Drake

Brad Heilman

Leif Johnson


Jeff Strand

Trevor Waagner

Mike Wiebold

Position

President

Hunting Dog Training Committee Chair

Shotgun Shooting Sports Chair

Vice President

Handgun and Rifle Committee Chair

Treasure

Grounds Committee Chair

Secretary

Range Committee Chair

Conservation Committee Chair

Education Committee Chair

Shotgun Sports Committee Chair

Membership Committee Chair

Archery Committee Chair

Youth Activities Committee Chair

Safety Committee Chair

Construction Committee Chair

Key Cities Conservation Club is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation. The purpose of this corporation is to create a fraternal spirit among sportsmen and sportswomen, harmonize their interests, unify their action, and solidify them into an association working toward definite ends: specifically the propagation and conservation of game and fish and the equitable harvesting of the surplus; to plan and carry out projects to create an abundance of wildlife; to hold events, with an emphasis on education in shooting, archery, angling, hunting dog training and conservation, and other activities as the board of directors may deem proper.

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