Thanks to everyone that came to the PITA Grand Pacific. Thanks to all the volunteers that helped throughout the week!! We are working to get the trophy report updated and posted. There are a few pictures posted and will get more soon!!

 

Over this past year, a subcommittee of the PITA Executive Committee has been conducting a review of the PITA bylaws.  The initial purpose and (we hope) the end result, was to create a document that is easier to reference.  As you will see, we also removed a few sections as they were either obsolete or just didn’t make sense. The two attached documents are a clean copy of the proposed revised bylaws and a document that shows the changes to the existing bylaws.

If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact me, Betty Phipps, or Bob Robertson.  We will be discussing and voting on these changes at the PITA General Meeting, Friday, July 30, 2021 at 8:00 a.m.  Please contact your State or Provincial secretary if you are interested in serving as a delegate at that meeting.

Bylaws Proposed Change

Bylaws notes detailing changes

 

Thanks,
Jen

The Pacific International Trapshooting Association would like to congratulate Scott Grange, Public Relations and Shoot Promo Manager at Browning, on a great career and offer our wishes for a fantastic retirement. 

Scott was one of the first industry representatives to take an interest in the PITA and his support has helped our association to grow and offer bigger and better trophy packages. Scott also played an instrumental part in the PITA offering 20 gauge, 28 gauge, and .410 bore trapshooting. 

The PITA is very thankful for our relationship with Scott Grange and we wish him the best in his retirement.