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Dues and Volunteer Hours

Member year starts April 1st

Our club relies on work contributions by members to keep our annual dues very affordable  — less than 55¢ per day!


Members maintain the ranges, practice areas, camping area, and outdoor grill shack. Work party notices are emailed to members and posted on this website.

Annual dues depend on your membership category and the number of work hours your household contributed in the PRIOR year.

Membership Category
Dues + Hours
Limited Mobility**
Junior (Under Age 18)
Veterans, Active Military, Fire or Police Personnel (Documentation Required)
Non-working Individual/Household
Full-Working Individual/Household
$100 (16+ Hrs)
Half-Working Individual/Household
$150 (8-15 Hrs)

Pricing prorated based on the month joining the club.

Work hours per household are listed next to price for working members based on the joining month.

Individuals and households may offset member dues for the NEXT year by volunteering to serve the club during work-arties and events before March 1. If you intend to be a full-working or half-working member, new households ALSO receive credit for this year. 

An individual/household is anyone age 18 and over as of April 1; A married couple and their children attending school full-time until their 21st birthday.

*Out-of-area members must live at least 50 miles from club property. Documentation is required.

**Limited mobility members must possess a physical impairment that limits the use of the facilities to the indoor range, practice range, and Cougar Trail.



We always have work parties the Friday before a 3D shoot, and the Sunday afternoon of the shoot.  We have daily work parties the week before Safari (July 4th weekend) and the week before we host the OBH State Field Championship.  We email announcements for other work parties from time to time.


Can’t make a work party?  There are always things to do:

Clean Trails: Remove small and large limbs, remove all leaves, pine cones, anything that blocks safe travel.

Remove Debris from Target Bale Shed Roofs: Use a rake or long handled brook. Where tree limbs accumulate along the trails, place the debris in piles for later pickup and burning.

Grass Trimming: Use your own weed-trimmer. Trim around anything that can't be reached with the lawnmower, e.g., outdoor practice range bales, fire pit benches, parking area barriers and metal fence posts, tree trunks, around the clubhouse foundation, etc.

Shoot Out Targets: Gather old targets that are laying on the ground or placed behind the bales on the outdoor practice range or trails. Please put them in the blue trailer by the tractor shed.

Found or Broken Arrows: Pick up discarded broken arrows and shafts and place them in a garbage can. Found good arrows go in the lost-and-found bucket inside the clubhouse for later retrieval by its owner.

Remember to log your volunteer hours in the binder in the Club House

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NOTI, OR 97461

Tel: (541) 998-3871

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