NRA Range Safety Officers are people
who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude
essential to organizing, conducting,
supervising safe shooting activities
and range operations.
American Heart Association First Aid CPR AED
Many thanks to Tim and Teresa Hallmark for
volunteering to teach our first two CPR AED classes this
year. Seventeen Range Safety Officers received
instruction on how to provide first aid, CPR, and use an
automated external defibrillator (AED) in a safe,
timely, and effective manner.
They now have the critical skills needed to respond to
and manage an emergency until emergency medical services arrives.
Our RSOs are dedicated to providing a safe environment for our members!
RSO/Safety Director Tim Hallmark led the class
through the American Heart Association program
of lifesaving skills.
RSO Dan Pritchard demonstrates the proper way
to administer chest compressions.
Twenty-seven of our dedicated volunteers were honored during the Annual RSO Rewards Luncheon
held on Saturday, February 23, 2019.
Director Butch "B-B-Q" Phillips served up some tasty chow for all to enjoy.
"Hey, put that cell phone down and pay attention ... No Pictures!"
Safety Committee Chair Tim Hallmark announced several enhancements
to the RSO program, including CPR/AED Training.
American Silver Eagles, fresh from the U.S. Mint at West Point, were awarded to every RSO for their participation.
A shiny token of appreciation!
RSO Dan Pritchard was honored with the Iron Man Award,
as well as a Gold Medal, for volunteering for
17 weekend shifts (68 hours!) on the Rifle & Pistol Ranges.
Past President Nick Mosich received a special plaque of
appreciation for his Leadership, Commitment, and Dedicated Service
to the RSO Program.
"Butch, you're skimping on the beans again!"
Life Member Jerry Dillard was on hand to monitor portion control.
Your club is always looking for a few more men and women to join the ranks of the RSOs.
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