Check out the newsletter in the original format here Blair County Game,Fish and Forestry 301 Riggles Gap Sportsmen Rd Altoona, PA 16601 ♦ 814-942-8522 Trap Shooting Tentatively, Sunday shoots start April 5th at 1pm. Shoots are open to the public. $4 per round (25 shots) $2 for youth. Summer months we shoot on Tuesdays at … Continue reading Winter/Spring 2020 Newsletter ♦ Issue 2020-1
Youth Shooting on Mondays at 5:30pmPistol Shoots on Wednesdays at 6pmBottlecap Shoots on Thursdays at 7pm February special dates: 6th Membership meeting at 7pm9th Work day at 9am (Prepare lodge for painting)13th Auxiliary meeting at 6:30pm20th Mid Week Workday (Organizing Indoor Range) For your information: *The white stripes in the lodge will be getting a … Continue reading It’s February! Check out what’s happening at the range!
We have range brass for sale and Discount t-shirts at the lodge. Brass is sold as-is. Shirts on the table are $5.00 each as quantities last. Brass bag pricing as follows: 9mm $3.007mm $9.0045 Auto $7.0040 S&W $4.0038 Spl $4.0030-30 $4.00380 $4.00308 $7.00223 $2.00
What is a Sight-in Day?? We offer 3 days this year that only allow hunting rifles on our main range. With the limited use we also have range officers available to handle large crowds and volunteers that are willing to help those that have difficulty sighting in their rifles. This year the days are Sat. … Continue reading Sight-in Days! This weekend.
Starting this Wednesday 10/23/19, access to the inside of the main Lodge will be limited for about a week. We are having the main room floor refinished. Sign-in and a very limited supply of range material will be available in front of the lodge. Please be sure you still sign-in before shooting. If you have … Continue reading Lodge Floor Refinishing this week!
This coming Saturday we will be working mostly on preparing our wood storage. We have logs to split and firewood to organize for the coming cold weather. Lunch will be provided (spaghetti casserole). We will be starting at 9am . Remember, your volunteer work not only helps reduce your renewal fee it, helps YOUR club … Continue reading Work Day Sat. Oct 5th
Today was another mid week work day. We only had a few volunteers today but they worked hard. Grass was mowed and our newest piece of playground equipment was stained. Follow us on Facebook and check out our calendar for future workdays. Work days are a group effort to accomplish a lot of projects throughout … Continue reading Midweek Workday: Short on people, big on progress!
Most of our members remember September 11th 2001. We know where we were, who we were with. Remember the skies, bare of planes. Just as with other significant events throughout history, we remember a snapshot of our lives when something drastic happened. Our world changed 18 years ago when we found out how much evil … Continue reading Remembering today 18 years ago
Below are the winners for this weekends pinwheel. Leatherman side kick: Jim Hillard Crickett 22lr: Nelson Radel Leatherman Micra: Carolyn Huey Ledlenser Flashlight: Bud Fultz
1st: BJ Restauri 2nd: Larry Fields 3rd: Bill Wertz 4th: Tim McElhey 5th: D Q Johnson 6th: Jacob Lockard 7th: Matthew Lattieri 8th: Rosalitan Beverly 9th: Vince Civiello 10th: Britt Boyles More information will be available at a later date.