Guy Thomas is president of the Iowa Scholastic Clay Target Program, Inc. Guy is a passionate international-style skeet shooter and has a tremendous amount of experience in the Olympic-style clay target sports. Through his competition experience, he has had opportunities to work and shoot with many members of US National and Olympic clay target teams. Guy is the head coach of the Des Moines Area Clay Crushers SCTP Program and is a NRA/USA Shooting Certified Coach.
Lori Wickman is secretary of the Iowa Scholastic Clay Target Program, Inc. Lori is a seasoned competitor in the clay target sports participating in registered trap, skeet and sporting clays events over the years. Lori is passionate about involving youth in the clay target sports and annually donates her time to serve as an assistant coach for the Mason City High School Trapshooting Program. In addition, Lori serves as chair of the High School Clay Target Association rules committee and volunteers as shoot and safety director at major high school and SCTP events in Iowa.
Larry Gay has been a long time advocate of youth shooting. Larry is currently co-head coach of the Oskaloosa Shooting team, a school-based team shooting trap, skeet and sporting clays. Larry has been a solid supporter of youth expansion as president of his Izaak Walton League chapter and has been a driving force behind the international skeet expansion in Iowa.
Mark Little is a current board member of the Iowa Scholastic Clay Target Program, Inc. Mark currently serves as an assistant coach to the Oskaloosa Shooting Team, a school based team in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Mark has a great passion for the shooting sports, specializing in Skeet, Sporting Clays and Trap and has a deep desire to help the youth participate and compete to the best of their ability. He takes pride in teaching the youth about the shooting sports, all while teaching them the importance of gun safety, responsibility, and ownership. Mark is also an avid hunter and loves to share his knowledge of the outdoors with others. He also is currently serving on the Mahaska County Izaak Walton League Board in which he has been affiliated with for the past several years.
Tina Elwood Gehrke is a longtime outdoors person. Tina is passionate and active in shooting sports as a certified trapshooting coach and is a small bore marksmanship instructor. Tina volunteers her time as a Vice President of the Ely American Legion Sharp Shooter program, is active with managing collegiate teams including Kirkwood Community College, Wartburg College and Mt Mercy University, and previously assisted the Solon School District team. Tina has assisted 7 Eastern Iowa schools start SCTP programs in their schools districts. She also represents Iowa Colleges on an advisory board for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
Tina works at Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids, she resides in the Ely area and enjoys hunting and fishing with her husband and three sons.