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Turkey Club Shoot Results
Published Date: 2019-11-15 15:08:00

First off, apologies for the delayed posting of the Turkey Shoot 2019 results. Life got in the way but I now present you with the results!

Diana Boyd, Social Media Manager

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It was a wet and windy turkey shoot this year, but despite the poor weather there was a great turnout for all events. Thank you for everyone who came out to attend the shoot and a big thank you to all the volunteers who came to make sure our attendees had a blast…..lol see what I did there ;)

The Turkey Dinner was a great time held by all. This year the vegetables came from club member Ronald Tilley and his farm Tilley’s Acres.  Dave Beaudry, Ronald Tilley, Johnny and Peter Tucker peeled the 80 lbs! of vegetables.  Sandra Bassan, Josephine Martin and Joan Butler were busy all day in the kitchen. Roger Butler, Dave Reddin and Bobby Kennedy helped carve the turkeys and serve dinner. 

This years lunch and dessert was provided by Monty Petipas and Monty’s Restaurant.

Kevin Healey and Nina Chandler handled the registration and got everyone through quickly with no issues and in record time. 

The club raised several hundred dollars for the Community Food Sharing Association (final amount has not been tallied yet).

Lastly, Jack Hoddinott and Keegan Bartlett received their medals for completing the club’s Gun Quest Junior program.

 
 
 
 
 
 


November 3 Orientation GOING AHEAD
Published Date: 2019-11-02 20:23:00

Orientation is going ahead rain or shine Sunday November 3rd 10am sharp at the clubhouse, there is no fee or pre-registration required. New applications and renewal applications will be accepted from about 9:30 to 10am. Part of the orientation takes place outside so please dress appropriately for the weather, if the weather is particularly bad we will conduct most or all of the orientation inside.

The club will be busy as our annual Turkey Shoot is taking place at the same time. Orientation will commence in the clubhouse once the event begins and shooters move out onto the sporting clays course. 


Turkey Shoot Notice
Published Date: 2019-10-21 09:00:00

Don't miss the Turkey! Turkey dinner that is. Seating is limited and we have to make enough food.

The RSVP deadline is this Sunday (October 27) for the Turkey Dinner. Dinner tickets will only be available to those that RSVP.

Date: November 3. 
 
Events: Confirmed are Trap, Sporting Clays. Confirmation on the Archery and Pistol / Rifle to follow. 
 
Turkey Supper.  After shooting is done. Preregistration will be required. 
 
A collection for the Community Food Sharing Association will be in place again this year. 
 


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What We Offer


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Archery

Archery provides both a 3D animal course that winds through the forest, and a 20-90 meter target range. The archery group shoots indoors during the winter at 18 meter targets.

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Rifle/Pistol

A 15 stall outdoor rifle range that provides an excellent opportunity for air rifles, handguns, and long guns from 50-200 yards. The outdoor pistol range features 12 shooting stalls with target stands set at 20-25m.

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Trap Shooting

Offers 4 Trap Fields each with automatic clay target throwers & automated voice release systems.

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Sporting Clays

Features 15 shooting stations along a groomed trail through the forest. We offer a wide variety of manual and electric clay target throwers


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IDPA

Using the clubs Pistol ranges, the IDPA offers shoots that simulate self-defense scenarios and real life encounters.

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IPSC

Offers a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of accuracy, speed, and power are balanced using a unique scoring system.

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Youth Program

Juniors are welcomed to engage in a series of programs designed to teach safe and responsible shooting. Opportunities exist for young people to acquire a license and participate in Club events either as individuals or as members of the Junior Group.

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Conservation

Our Club's Conservation Mandate


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Angling/Fishing

For those members who are interested in Angling and Fishing at the club.


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Archery

Archery provides both a 3D animal course that winds through the forest, and a 20-90 meter target range. The archery group shoots indoors during the winter at 18 meter targets.


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Rifle/Pistol

A 15 stall outdoor rifle range that provides an excellent opportunity for air rifles, handguns, and long guns from 50-200 yards. The outdoor pistol range features 12 shooting stalls with target stands set at 20-25m.


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Trap Shooting

Offers 4 Trap Fields each with automatic clay target throwers & automated voice release systems.


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Sporting Clays

Features 15 shooting stations along a groomed trail through the forest. We offer a wide variety of manual and electric clay target throwers


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IDPA

Using the clubs Pistol ranges, the IDPA offers shoots that simulate self-defense scenarios and real life encounters.


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IPSC

Offers a dynamic shooting sport where the principles of accuracy, speed, and power are balanced using a unique scoring system.


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Youth Program

Juniors are welcomed to engage in a series of programs designed to teach safe and responsible shooting. Opportunities exist for young people to acquire a license and participate in Club events either as individuals or as members of the Junior Group.


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Conservation

Our Club's Conservation Mandate


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Angling/Fishing

For those members who are interested in Angling and Fishing at the club.




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