The annual general meeting of Freischütz Walpertskirchen was all about honors.
Gauschützenmeister Klaus Waldherr was happy about the well-attended meeting in the Büchlmann beer garden.
- The association currently has 185 members, five fewer than last year. Shooter master Anton Hörmann looked back on the few events in the Corona year. At the beginning of March 2020, the annual general meeting took place shortly before the lockdown. And in July the graduation ceremony and the king's proclamation were possible. At Christmas there was a “to go” Christmas tree auction. The main focus now is on youth work, which has not been possible in recent months due to the pandemic. The Walpertskirchener Schützen took part in the round competition offered by the Gau from June 2021.
The review by Stefan Stimmer and the cash report by Markus Bichlmaier were briefly canceled.
The club is in good financial shape.
Despite the purchase of club jackets, there was a surplus.
The auditors Marion Maier and Petra Hintereder confirmed that the club's coffers were very well run and the discharge was unanimous.
Sports director Anton Mayr reported on four club championship ratings before the pandemic paralyzed everything.
The round competition season was also very short.
The number of teams remains unchanged.
Since the current shooting range will have to give way at some point, a feasibility study on the possibilities of a new shooting range will be commissioned.
The adjustment of the membership fee was decided unanimously.
This increases by 10 euros to 40 euros for adults and by 5 euros to 20 euros for young people.
The high point of the gathering were honors for deserving and long-term members. The award was given to shooters who were particularly committed to the celebration of the 125th anniversary in 2018. The 2nd marksman Martin Fertl and the main responsible Harald Weber and Andreas Mayr received the gold district honorary mark. Rosmarie Hörmann, Anton Mayr, Markus Bichlmaier, Martin Stangl and Martin Mayr were awarded the Gauehrenzeichen in silver as well as Petra Hintereder and Mathias Wölfinger, who were not present.
Schützenmeister Anton Hörmann honored some members for long membership in the club.
Hedwig Lindner has been a member of the association for 50 years and has held various positions on the board.
Robert Weinhuber has been a member of the association for 40 years, Georg Hörmann junior for 25 years.
Johann Ippisch (25 years old), Hildegard Hörmann and Simon Thaler (both 40 years old) were unable to receive the award personally.
By Gabriele Gams
By Gabriele Gams
Georg Hörmann jun., Hedwig Lindner, Robert Weinhuber and master rifleman Anton Hörmann have been loyal to the club for many years.
© Gabriele Gams