In early 2010, the Club decided to tear down and rebuild the skeet fields with a 15-degree twist to the east. Two years later, the Clubhouse more than doubled in size. Several members donated their time, materials, and labor to help design and build the beautiful addition. Together, they constructed a warm and comfortable environment for social gatherings, meetings, and events. During this time, the Club grew to about 60 members.
Our efforts to honor those with significant contributions to our country and the Club also defined this decade. In 2013, White Gates hosted its first event for Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA,) in which veterans took part in an afternoon shoot and luncheon. We hosted the PVA again in 2017, which was greatly appreciated by all who participated and volunteered.
In 2014 and 2018, White Gates Skeet Club was named Club of the Year by the Illinois State Skeet Association (ISSA). We received this honor because of our contribution to a significant increase in registered targets, hosting the ISSA Fox and Hound and Doc Haskins gun competitions.
Around this time, five members donated the many maple trees you now see on the property. Then, in 2019, the Village of Wayne renewed our annexation into Wayne for another 20 years.