WELCOME TO THE TARGET RANGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
the Target Range Homeowners Association (HOA), a volunteer
group made up entirely of property owners. Like us, you probably
chose to live in Target Range because of its quiet, rural, residential
lifestyle. Since 1980, we have been striving to protect our community
from extreme increases in housing density, inappropriate development,
and traffic and environmental issues.
You and Target Range HOA can do what an individual homeowner
can't always do. With your help, we can put the strength of the
Target Range HOA to work for you. Together, we can provide
a unified and respected front with the City Council, the
County Commissioners and elsewhere. We know which meetings
to attend, when to write letters, and what to say to whom. We're
far stronger as a group than any homeowner acting individually.
We keep this web page where we keep Target Rangers (those who live
in Target Range, Blue Mountain, O'Brien Creek, and Big Flat) informed
on community issues and items of interest to our area.
Feel free to E-MAIL US
with your issues. Sign up to VOLUNTEER.
TRHOA mailbox stickers are available for $1.
Contact Anne Rupkalvis (549-6689)
"TRHOA member lives here" signs are available from
Peggie Morrison (728-5302)
Contact TRHOA and leave your e-mail address for up-to-date
news and information
Target Range Home Owners Association is sponsoring a survey of residents in the Target Range area to determine opinions
regarding the possible replacement of the Maclay Bridge. The survey will be mailed to a randomly selected sample of
residents. Those receiving a survey are asked to respond by November 29nd. If you receive the survey, please take part
in this important project.
Thank you for your time.
Target Range Home Owners Association President
Girl Scout Craft Fair at Target Range School will be held Dec. 7th from 9am to 3pm. Tables are going fast. Please contact
Lisa Stout or Lorna Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Orchard Homes Country Life Club's Christmas Craft Fair is coming soon. For more information contact Erin Turner (721-5678) or
Kari Brittain (542-2111).
Advisory Maclay Bridge Report has been accepted by the Board of County Commissioners, and the Commissioners have requested
the Montana Department of Transportation to begin the next step in conducting an environemtnal impact study.
An electronic version of the report is available at the Missoula County Public Works website
at www.co.missoula.mt.us/PublicWorks/. We will keep you posted.
Target Range International Dark-Sky Association Membership Renewal Target Range Homeowners became members of the International
Dark-Sky Association last year in order to better educate ourselves in the policies that some communities have established
to protect their dark sky as well as continue to light their streets for safety purposes. Please look on the website and veiw
all this membership has to offer our community at http://www.darksky.org/.
Target Ranger Newsletter has been sent out so please let us know if you did not receive one. The 2013 newsletter
can also be viewed here. TRHOA is looking for a computer-savy
person to be the editor of their annual newsletter which comes out at the end of March. Please contact Peggie Morrison
if you are interested in this short term task for TRHOA. Please submit any articles for the newletter to Peggie by February.
Target Range Farmers Market opens its 5th season on Mother's Day May 12th. Market will once again set up in the east parking
lot at the Target Range School from 10 am to 2 pm each Sunday until October 13. If you wish to participate as a vendor
please contact Peggie Morrison.
Threads of Montana History is looking for volunteers to transcribe oral histories. If interested please contact
Kris Crawford at email@example.com
Threads of Montana History Quilt Barn Trail Go to www.mthistory.us
to print a trail map and learn more about Target Range history! The patterns painted on historic barns in the area
were free of charge to the homeowners and free to the public as a driving tour to raise historic awareness of these
landmarks. Each mural has a quote written below pertaining to the history of the property and the building. Enjoy!
Check out the new Ice House renovation! It's beautiful!
"Strength in numbers" Join
with your Target Range neighbors to support our rural environment
and all that it means. Please become a member of the Target
Range Homeowners Association. Our annual dues are $15 per person or $20 per household (September
1 to August 31). Membership forms may be filled out at any General
Meeting or mailed to TRHOA, P.O Box 1075, Missoula 59806
Support a unified and respected
organization with more power with City Council members
and the County Commissioners.
Inform our community about important issues and upcoming events.
TRHOA members volunteer thousands of hours each year, we still have
expenses. Besides publishing materials
for our members, we occasionally hire professional
consultants in such areas as traffic, land use, architecture or
By taking a moment to support the Target Range Homeowners Association,
you give us the means necessary to protect our mutual interests.
The more support we have, the stronger we are and the better the
job we can do.
"Rural By Design"
Range Homeowners Association
P.O. Box 1075
Missoula, MT 59806
Copyright © 2007 by Target Range Homeowners Association