Our final work party of the year was completed today… with that we have moved onto our winter field range configuration. 3 targets (including the 100 yarder) have been displaced from the creek to their winter setup. Certain targets have been renumbered to reflect the change of the relocation.
Our Zombie shoot generated enough food to feed 115 meals this year. We want to thank those who donated again this year to this worthwhile cause. Along with our 30th year of putting on the Toys for Tot’s shoot, we have once again provided a toy for the needy children in our area.
Our Sausage Making Clinic was a tremendous success… 6 members and 2 guest processed 200 pounds of wild game sausage. With great appreciation, we want to thank Tom Burns for the expertise in teaching the class and providing the time and equipment putting on this clinic. We anticipate doing this again sometime during either February or March 2018. The second clinic will delve into more complex processing of wild game. More information on the next clinic will be announced when a date has been confirmed.
Lastly, we want to remind you of our 2018 Polar Bear League which will kick off Saturday, January 6th, Shoot time starts at 9 AM. Be sure to arrive early for registration as there is quite a line of shooters signing up. This league will run for 12 weeks and our Awards & BBQ is the following Saturday, March 31st.
Lastly… Maya wants to wish each of our members a Happy & Safe Holiday Season.
Maya Officers & Board Members