Here is what’s going on Down Range at North Lawrence Fish and Game Club
Week ending Sunday September 17th 2023
The rifle and pistol range will be closed Sunday, September 10th, until 5 p.m. due to the Sportsmen of Tomorrow Youth event. The Trap range will be open for businesses as usual from noon until 3 p.m. The trap range will be open Sundays from 12 noon until 3 pm. The range will also be open Tuesdays from 5pm until 8 pm. These dates are open to the public.
The Club office will be open on Tuesday evenings from 5 until 7 pm and on Sunday from noon until 3 for raffle ticket sales and other Club Membership meeting Thursday September 14th at 7pm. Open to all Members.
Don’t forget !
On Sunday September 10th 2023 the Club will host the Sportsman of Tomorrow’s annual Youth Range Day at our ranges.
On Sunday September 17th NLFG will be hosting its 3rd annual Carlos Hathcock Sniper Match. This match is open to members and to the public. This is a fun match and does not take a lot of ammo to compete in. Details are on the website nlfg.org
There is no steel challenge shoot on Sunday September 17th due to the state shoot at Cardinal Center. The next shoot will be Sunday October 15th and continue on the third Sunday of each month. Contact Don Bates at 330 309 6903 to reserve a spot on the schedule. The November shoot will be on Sunday the 19th.
Euchre every Friday evening at 7 pm. Plenty of room for more tables and players. Call Joe for details at 330 353 0337
The next gun raffle will be for a choice of an M1 Garand or an M1 Carbine. Same deal. $10.00 per ticket only 200 tickets sold.
Stop by the Clubhouse during open hours to purchase tickets.
The Club will once again have a space at the Stark Gun Collectors show at the K of C hall on October 7th and 8th. Stop by and say hello.
If anyone would like to volunteer to help out at the Club give us a call and let’s talk. We can always use some help. 330 832 2411
Much thanks to all of our 2023 members who paid the $100.00 assessment that makes projects and improvements at the Club possible. To date $40,600.00 has been raised and $40,000.00 has been spent on projects at the rifle range, event range and on our house next door. There is still more work to be completed on other areas around the Club.
If you think there are no fish in the lake just ask 8 year old Maverick McCoy about that. He pulled in a 20 inch bass about a week ago. Way to go Maverick! Also a member caught a 15 pound turtle last week.
Range rules reminder. The use of steel targets on our ranges is strictly PROHIBITED due to safety concerns. Steel targets are only to be used at supervised special events. Your cooperation is expected.
Please sign in and out of the log books at the ranges and lake.
Also you are required to wear your membership cards when on Club property.
Hope to see you at the Club