Your Family Fun Sportsman Club
By order of the President, As a reminder to our members, the Club’s tractor is only to be operated for
snow removal and approved maintenance issues during the winter season.
Members who have been instructed and familiar with the operation of, should notify Grounds Chair, Mike Barton of your intended use. Thank You.
The club cooks begin preparing food for club meetings and events a few days in advance of the Meeting date. This prep is then stored in the clubhouse and in the fridge. These items are not for general consumption. Please do not open or help yourself to them. A Chain and lock may be placed on the fridge as a temporary fix. Thank You for Your Consideration.
Signed The Officers and Board of Directors.
President’s “A” Club Drawing
Presidents Club drawing number for February is # 122
Thinking about getting into the action for 2019, click here
Rudy Baird & Dave Degraw
2019 Kids Fishing Derby
April 27, 2019 sign-in starts at 6:30 AM
Must pre-register by April 23rd.
Off Site Courses
Adaptive Shooting Sport
592 Route22 – Suite 2A
Pawling, NY 12564
Pheasant Preserve Update
2019 schedule to be determined.
Any questions, or concerns, please direct them to:
Newly Formed Legislative Committee Chairperson: Gene Hecht 845-566-8314
Hudson Valley 3 D Archery Chmpionship Series
A new Veterans Page has been added to our website; click here, or menu.
Need your Veteran records; click below:
Information submitted by Mike Barton
Small Fish Sanctuary
The small fish sanctuary will offer protection and allow the small fish an opportunity to breed.
More Game Dinner Pics
Pavilion Tree Damage
Here we have the tree damage to the pavilion. John Grzibowski, owner of Treco, (a professional tree service provider) was kind enough to safely remove the tree from the roof, cut it up and stack it neatly. Soon after, Tony Garzione and Mike Barton split it and readied it for a few good fires in the coming years.
The first Sunday of every month (weather permitting) will be the “Trap Shooting Social” and everyone is invited.
We’ll shoot from 10am to 1pm. After the shoot, we’ll enjoy food and drinks and conversation at the pavilion.
If you’re a regular or never shot trap before … we’ll have experienced Trap Committee personnel there to get you started and feel comfortable in a short time. Come join us. Guests are welcome to shoot ($5 per round guest fee applies). Bring your shotgun and ammunition. The clay targets, food and drinks are all part of these special days. So come join us!
Michael Hall Sr. 845-565-5881
Fish stocking 27th of March at 9:00 AM
please call Pete Crisci at 845-476-2302 to get on stocking list.
for more information contact
March 26, 2018 Current By-Laws
By-Law changes presented in January will be voted on in February. All proposed changes passed