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MISSION STATEMENT

The purpose of the USTA is to have fun
while building friendships, old and new, 
through organized competition that 
supports all USTA clubs 
and gives back to the shooting community 
by providing a healthy environment  
that fosters the growth of trapshooting in Utah.

"Message" from the President
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Shooters 
Thanks for being so patient with me updating you on the goings on with the USTA.
The 1st thing I want to do is tell the board thanks for all you have done and will do in the coming months. We've been working hard on the State Shoot trophies.
We've decided to keep the targets the same we tried to lower the price but in order to get decent trophies but it just is not in the cards. So the price will be $34.00 I'm sorry but we can't cut any further and still keep everyone happy with the trophies and we will have some GREAT trophies. 
The next thing I want to inform you is we finally got the go ahead on our 501-C-3 tax exempt status witch is great news for our sponsors and the association. THANKS TO JUSTIN BODILY. We had an OFFICIAL meeting this past Sunday at Magna with a pretty good turn out we discussed trophy assignments and most of the events will be done by the different gun clubs with the exception of the Championship events and the USTA will be furnish those.
Some of you have expressed concern about getting a hold of board members. Here they are.

President. 
Jerry Batley
jerrybatley@gmail.com

Vice President.  
Brad Spencer
spencer-dw@hotmail.com

Vice President
Justin Sloan
degreesabove@aol.com


Treasure
Burrow and Sharon Brown
ssbrown111@gmail.com

Secretary
Brittany Valentine
britval72@aol.com

Past Presidet 
Scott McKinnon 
USTAPresident1@gmail.com

Hope that helps those of you who want to give us your feedback.
I will try to make updates as we need them.
Shoot cards are out with dates and a few screw ups if your club does not have them please let me know and I'll see that they get them.

Thanks,

Jerry Batley​