Trap Practice: Every Friday, 5:30PM - 8:30PM - Open to the Public

Grady is now the point of contact through the NRA for the 300 yard range.  Proposed rules for the 300 yard range: Closed September – February possible Sunday shooting.  Absolutely no tree stands around range.  No AR15’s.  Some type of flag system for hot range. 

We now have a cell phone for the main number for the club.  The number is the same as the old land line (724-446-1313)


Youth Field Day – sponsored by Brownell/NRA, Peters Creek NWTF and Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Saturday, August 10th – 9 am until 3 pm

Please sign up on the PA Game Commission website:  https://www.register-ed.com/programs/39

If that doesn’t work please go to the main PA Game News website, click on the “Information & Resources” tab on the top of the page, go to “Upcoming Events”.  It will take you to a new page, scroll down to the bottom where it says “field Days”, click on the word “Field Day” with the little arrow.  That takes you to the calendar.  Find the event listed on August 10th, click on it and register.


Regular Meeting – August 5th – Election of directors

There were no challenges for the current officer’s positions and they have agreed to serve for another year.

Jason Mears is resigning his post as ticket director – Thank You Jason for your 13 years of service and ticket coordinating.

The following are running for three director positions:

Greg Stewart

Ray Yutzy

Jimmy Eagle

Neil Foor


Yearly Dues will be taken starting at the regular meeting Monday, September 9th through Friday, October 18th, 2009.

If you will not be able to make the September or October meetings or visit the club on a Friday during that time frame, please contact an officer to make other arrangements.


Please sign up on the PA Game Commission website:


Scroll down to find the date and fill out the form.  Thank you!

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