The 100 Club of Bay County is holding its first annual Sporting Clay Shoot at the Freeland Conservation Club on Friday Oct 21, 2016. See the attached flyer for details or call Ed Keating at 989 596-0838.
Join us for our annual New Years Day Shooting and Potluck. We will be open from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. Bring a dish to pass if you wish. Shoot some targets, enjoy some great company and food. This has been a popular family friendly event for years!!
Thanks to NEIL Sutton for designing, getting the material, cutting and organizing the day, and to the following for their hard work at our work day!Neil Sutton. Bob Wynes. Jim Sturm. Mike Gillespie. Jim Dill and Grandson. Jerry Zapolski. Jim Dutton. Mel Williams. We built 10 really nice shooting stands in 90 degree heat.Teamwork, it really works!We welcome new projects and members who want to get involved! What can you do for your club?
Class is available for anyone needing to obtain a hunters education certificate. You must have this certificate to get a hunting license in any state or country. Open to all ages; 10 and younger must be accompanied by parent. Tuesday, July 21 6:00 pm - 9:30 pmWednesday, July 22 6:00 pm - 9:30 pmThursday, July 23 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm*Must attend all 3 days to receive certificate!
This is a two day event! Saturday, July 11, Day 1 is at Bay County Conservation & Gun Club. Sunday, July 12, Day 2 is at Freeland Conservation Club. Score cards turned in by 3:00. Cost $25. Light lunch to be provided. Additional re-shoots are $10 per gun (2 rounds of vintage skeet) – re-shoots must be with a different gun. 50 targets: 2 rounds of vintage skeet. Handicap rules for sub-gauge. Trophies to the top 3 places. Modern Gun and Vintage Gun Classifications. Sub Gauge Handicap Applies.