ODRR Closed - 300 yrd Range Survey

The outdoor rifle/pistol ranges will be closed for civil engineer work pursuant to the planned 300 yard rifle range. Although you may not see anyone, people will be in the woods adjacent to, and behind, the berms. 

Date: 
Wednesday, January 20, 2021 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Indoor Archery Closed for Youth Archery Safety

Training is excited to announce our new YOUTH ARCHERY SAFETY program.
This course will introduce the youth to the basics of shooting archery safely.
Class will be held at the indoor archery range on Dec19th from 10am - 12:00.

Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/youth-archery-safety-tickets-132741512437

Please note : that due to covid regulation, we are only able to have 10 youths at this first class.

Thank you,

Steve

Date: 
Saturday, December 19, 2020 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

2020 Annual Trap Championship

2020 ANNUAL TRAP CHAMPIONSHIP

Saturday, January 9, 2021

9:00AM

  • $25.00 Entry Fee, No punch.
  • 100 Rounds (50) 16yds, (25) 20yds, (25) 24yds.
  • Ties will be determined by a 10 round shoot off from 27yds and then first miss after that.
  • First Prize $100.00
  • Second Prize (2) Trap Cards
  • Third Prize (1) Trap Card
  • Each shooter will receive one (1) point for every broken bird from the 16, two (2) points from the 20 and three (3) points from the 24 yard line.  The shooter with the most points will determine the winner.

There will be two classes.  Class A (21-25 Average) and Class B (20 and Lower).  Please declare your Class and the Tournament Committee will decide if you are sandbagging it or not. If you are a “B” shooter and declare as an “A”, then you will only be shooting against Class A.  Arrive at 8:30AM to check in.  Please email Mike Pasco (breaddoc@verizon.net) to confirm your attendance and declare your Class.

 

The trap ranges will be closed for the duration of this event.

Date: 
Saturday, January 9, 2021 - 9:00am

Letter from the President - December 2020

President’s Message

 

It has been my custom at the end of each year to summarize that year’s club activities.  

Although, during 2020, there were a substantial number of positive accomplishments the pervasive specter of COVID-19 has been brutal and we can only hope for a return to some degree of normalcy in 2021.

Throughout 2020 your Board of Directors has worked tirelessly to achieve the dual objectives of adhering to social guidelines while at the same time focusing on achieving as many things as possible on our members behalf.

I believe we have been successful in achieving both objectives inasmuch as the number of cases of ASC members having COVID-19 known by me is considerably less than the profile of a safe environment as defined by the heath authorities and, a lengthy shut down not withstanding, the project management function we created in 2019 allowed us to complete more than 100 facility related projects.

During the same period we continued to increase our membership base focused strongly on ASC being a friendly, safe and family oriented club and we enhanced the club’s already strong financial position.

Further, the reputation of ASC as a good neighbor has been sustained by the financial support we provide to several worthy causes. 

On behalf of your Board of Directors I wish all members and their families a joyous and safe Christmas Season and a healthy and prosperous new year in 2021

Sincerely,

Richard Reichter, President

 

Campfire/Barbacue area

Recently the area next to the clubhouse including the un-attractive dumpster and construction debris area has been re-tasked into a social/comforatble relaxing space.  There is a barbacue hut adjacent to the wood shed. The dumpster now sits behind a 10' high baracade fence.  The area between and behind the barbacue hut aka "Frank's Frank House" and the fence has been cleared of trees, excavated and debris removed. Washed stone has been added along with a new firepit, two chairs an a 4-person bench.

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