Headline

Our archery season is still under threat! SB 111, introduced by Senator Brad Molnar SD-28 out of Laurel, was tables by House Representatives on the Human Services Committee. BUT... Senator Molnar is now trying to revive his bill by adding a late amendment which does nothing to fix the problems this bad bill fails to address. Let the Representatives that sit on the House Human Services Committee know that MBA is devoted to providing those with a disability, a legal means to pursue hunting with a modified bow and arrow during Montana’s treasured Archery-Only season. Go to mtba.org/take-action to sign the petition and message the committee on this important issue.

Committees

Legislative:

  • Jerry Davis-Chair
  • Ray Gross
  • Marlon Clapham
  • Richard Lewallen
  • Joelle Selk

Tentatives:

  • Ray Gross-Chair
  • Paul Martin
  • Mark Schwomeyer
  • John Grimstad
  • Nathan Viet
  • Marlon Clapham

Financial:

  • Jerry Davis-Chair
  • Jenn Schneider
  • Seth Rogers
  • Ray Gross
  • Neil Maier

Landowner/
Sportsman:

  • Mark Schwomeyer-Chair
  • Neil Maier
  • Bob Morgan
  • Barrett Haugan

Nominations:

  • Chair
  • Al Kelly
  • Paul Martin
  • Cliff Garness

Awards:

  • Brian Koelzer-Chair
  • Al Kelly
  • Rich Lewallen
  • Marlon Clapham

Membership:

  • Marlon Clapham-Chair
  • Jenn Schneider
  • Seth Rogers
  • Ray Gross
  • Barrett Haugan
  • Kent Schultz
  • Joelle Selk–Member Assist

2020 Convention-Region 5:

  • Rich Lewallen, Ken Schultz-Chairs
  • To be determined

2021 Region 3 (Fairmont)

  • To be determined

2022 Region 1 (Fairmont)

Magazine:

  • Al & Teri Kelly-Co-Chairs
  • Joelle Selk
  • Brian Koelzer
  • Jerry Davis

Website:

Carp Shoot

  • Joelle Selk-Chair
  • Roger Licht
  • Stephen LePage
  • Cliff Garness
  • Nathan Viet

Bow-Ed

  • Al Kelly-Chair
  • Brain Koelzer
  • Bob Morgan
  • Mark Schwomeyer
  • Ray Gross
  • Marlon Clapham

Youth Membership

  • Beckie Doyle, Roger Licht-Chairs

This is a new committee and will involve the youth from every region for their input. All area reps. will try to recruit a youths from their region to get involved with the MBA’s decision making process. This will mostly be done through the e-mail contacts. They may want to attend the Board Meeting on occasion and we can get them ready for the future. We will try to keep their ages from 16 to 25 or so.

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Reg.2 – Jackie Doyle, Callie Stevens
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