This club will foster an interest in enjoying South Carolina's woods and waters. Members are able to take club sponsored hunting and fishing trips and through these club activities meet other cadets and alumni who pursue the same interests.
ADVISOR’S NAME: Al Finch MEMBERSHIP: The requirements for membership in the Citadel Rod & Gun Club shall be a member within the Corps of Cadets, having a hunting or fishing license, and pay yearly dues. FINANCE: $20/year $10/semester MEETING DETAILS: 1st Thursday of month, 1700, Duckett Hall Auditorium PRESIDENT: George Campsen VICE-PRESIDENT: Frederick Bricketto SECRETARY: Michael Paul TREASURER: Thomas Keaveny
Mission: The purpose of the Citadel Rod & Gun club shall be to bring together cadets who appreciate the outdoors and its natural resources.
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