Lost Creek
Conservation Club

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Lost Creek Conservation Club 1330 N Main Street Terre Haute, IN 47803.  

Directions:  Take U.S. 40 to the Seelyville stop light, Main Street, turn South travel approximately one mile (the club has a large sign on the West side of Main Street) turn West onto the driveway to the club house and range.

The purpose of this Club shall be to further proper conservation practices and provide a place for wholesome recreation. Meetings shall be held on the second Thursday of the month, with the annual organizational meeting being in December.
Meetings shall commence at 7:00 PM in the club house.

 2014 dues may be paid at Favre’s Gun Shop, open Tuesday through Friday 10AM – 6PM, Saturday 10AM – 2PM & at monthly meetings.


Lost Creek Conservation Club

August 16-17------ October 4-5, 2014

Open to the public

You must pre-register at the web site below.

Are you ready for the challenge?

Do you have a child, grandchild or friend you would like to introduce to the shooting sports and the history of our nation?

What are you waiting for, go to the link below and sign up for this program before it is too late.  Space is limited.


Why should I come?

Over $4,000 worth of optics to be given away on August 16-17.  Yes  $4,000 worth of Vortex optics are going to be given away!!!

Why should you come?

Well, for one thing, to see what this Appleseed stuff is all about. To find out why one well-known gun writer who was there said, "this is going to be the next big thing that nobody saw coming."

Another reason...

To learn to shoot a rifle — to learn to shoot it just as well as your forefathers.

Another reason...

To hear the story that every American should hear. About how your forebears took up arms, on the first day of the American Revolution, and did things no other people in the world have ever done. To learn things you don't learn in school, about that day. About where the Revolution really started — it did not start in Lexington, nor did it start in Concord. According to John Adams, it was over before it started. Be there to hear The Story, because to hear it is to remember what they did, that day. And to remember, is to honor them for doing it.




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