Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP)

Chapter C#24952

Gun Breakfast Club Group Directors


Gun Club Breakfast Group
Affiliation with Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) and Riverside Gun Club/Range (RGCR)
The Gun club Breakfast Group (GCBG) was established to encourage the 2nd amendment through a social gathering of like-minded individuals. The club meets twice monthly at local restaurants for a great breakfast and supper discussion of the aspects of firearms. Our main goal is SAFETY while enjoying America’s number one hobby.

GCBG is governed by an elected board of directors. The five (5) directors are elected by a vote of the club members. Voting is yearly to elect directors whose three (3) year term has expired. Officers are elected by the directors with the president/contact being elected in odd years and the membership officer elected in even years. Instructors/RSO are appointed by the directors.


  • President / Chairperson of the Board / Chief Executive Officer :
  • It shall be the responsibility of the chairperson of the Board, when present, to preside over all meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee. The chairperson is authorized to execute, in the name of the Corporation/Organization, any and all contracts or other documents which may be authorized, either generally or specifically, by the Board to be executed by the Corporation/Organization, except when required by law that the president’s signature must be provided.
  • Vice-President / CMP Contact Person / Treasurer / Membership / Executive Director:
  • It shall be the responsibility of the vice-president, in general, to supervise and conduct all activities and operations of the Corporation/Organization, subject to the control, advice and consent of the Board of Directors, shall keep the Board of Directors completely informed and shall freely consult with them in relation to all activities of the Corporation/Organization, and shall see that all orders and/or resolutions of the Board are carried out to the effect intended. The Board of Directors may place the president under a contract of employment where appropriate. The vice-president shall be empowered to act, speak for, or otherwise represent the Corporation/Organization between meetings of the Board. The vice-president shall be responsible for the hiring and firing of all personnel and shall be responsible for keeping the Board informed at all times of staff performance and for implementing any personnel policies which may be adopted and implemented by the Board. Thevice-president, shall at all times, is authorized to contract, receive, deposit, disburse and account for all funds of the Corporation/Organization; to execute in the name of the Corporation/Organization all contracts and other documents authorized either generally or specifically by the Board to be executed by the Corporation/Organization, and to negotiate any and all material business transactions of the Corporation/Organization.
  • It shall be the responsibility of the treasurer to keep and maintain, or cause to be kept and maintained, adequate and accurate accounts of all the properties and business transactions of the Corporation/Organization, including accounts of its assets, liabilities, receipts, disbursements, gains, losses, capital, retained earnings, and other matters customarily included in financial statements.
  • The treasurer shall be responsible for ensuring the deposit of, or cause to be deposited, all money and other valuables as may be designation by the Board of Directors. Furthermore, the treasurer shall disburse, or cause to be disbursed, the funds of the Corporation/Organization, as may be ordered by the Board of Directors, and shall render to the chairperson, president and directors, whenever they request it, an account of all the treasurer’s transactions as treasurer and of the financial condition of the Corporation/Organization.
  • Instructor / RSO / Secretary:
  • In the absence of, or in the event of his/her inability or refusal to act, it shall then be the responsibility of the RSO to perform all the duties of the Vice-Present or President, and in doing so shall have all authority and powers of, and shall be subject to all of the restrictions on, the President. Should be a certified range safety officer (RSO) and be able to instruct/educate members. He/she is responsible for the training of all other instructors and RSO’s.
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  • Also he/she, or his/her designee, along with the CMP contact person, shall be the custodian of all records and documents of the Corporation/Organization which are required to be kept at the principal office of the Corporation/Organization, shall act as secretary at all meetings of the Board of Directors, and shall keep the minutes of all such meetings in books proposed for that purpose. S/he shall attend to the giving and serving of all notices of the Corporation/Organization, and shall see that the seal of the Corporation/Organization is affixed to all documents, the execution of which on behalf of the Corporation/Organization under its seal is duly authorized in accordance with the provisions of these bylaws.


Current Board Directors with duties

  • Steve Ulichney – New shooter coordinator/coach (2024)
  • Rich Orlin – President (2024)
  • Thomas Schnee – Vice President – CMP Membership (2022)
  • Dale Hartwig – RSO – Instructor (2022)
  • Vincent Bartolomucci – RSO - Reloading Coach (2023)


Current Associate Directors with duties


Yearly Membership - $10.00 Are online. Please feel free to also contact Thomas or any of the directors.