Member Meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM
** IMPORTANT **
CONGRATULATIONS to our newly elected Officers:
Jeff Shank – President
John Oliveira – Vice President
Mark Casimiro – Recording Secretary
NOTICE: As it is the electronic/digital age, we would like members to provide their email addresses as another form of club communication. Please email email@example.com and include your name in the subject line. We will add you to our list. Please note we will not inundate you with non-pertinent information.
Thanks in advance!
Visit our NEW Google Calendar!
As always, help is always needed and appreciated at ANY of the events. Please sign up at the club AT LEAST 1 week before the event or message us through Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get you on the list!
PLEASE NOTE: As part of our ongoing forestry plan, trees will be being cut soon in the area behind the big field next to the Rifle Range and behind “The Fingers” cutting, down the Mayflower Trail.
Please remove your tree stands.
Please use lead bullets only when shooting on the Indoor Range.
No jacketed or semi-jacketed ammo.
When shooting at either the Indoor or Outdoor Ranges make sure your rounds hit the backstop.
Also, please remember to turn off the lights and secure the clubhouse when you leave.
$4,475 and Growing
Following reports of a cow moose having been shot and killed in the area of Shea Avenue and Route 181 sometime before 12-22-15, our Club pledged a reward of $500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible.
Our initial reward offer was soon enlarged with the following pledges: Stony Brook Farm, $1000; Swift River Preservation Society, $500; Erich Czernich, $250; Peter Bonneau, $250; Carol Sheehan, $25; Chicopee Sportsmen’s Club, $500; Mary Graham, $200; Easthampton Rod and Gun Club, $250; Lou Hermanson, $100; Bill Grimaldi, $250; Ray Mainville, $100; Bob Bliss, $100; Rick Fritsch, $100; Jackie Pilch, $100; Holland Rod and Gun Club, $250. The reward currently totals $4,475 .
We look on this cruel and criminal act as a slap in the face to our community and an insult to all good sportsmen. It has not, and will not, be forgotten. We thank those who have joined us in offering this reward and commend their dedication. We urge anyone with information regarding this incident to contact the Massachusetts Environmental Police at 800-632-8075, or at their website.