Lost Creek Conservation Club



Another year has passed,  as the club president I believe all has went well.  Several improvements have been made at the club.  The roof has been secured and painted,  target standards have been added with more to come to accommodate silhouette targets, and general maintenance has been kept up.   




As we start the year out I hope all current club members will attend the club meetings this year.  These meetings are important to attend and see what direction your club is headed. Amendments to the membership application now require all new members to attend an orientation at the club on Wednesday evenings, before or after a club meeting or by appointment. We will not be changing the gate lock until February 1st 2017 and no memberships will be renewed or new members taken in until this date.

Take pride in your club and help us make it better by attending the gunshows, meetings, and workday.

President
Ron Hofmann

 

 

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I would like to welcome all new members, and especially the women, that have chosen to join Lost Creek. Over the past several years, an increasing number of women have joined to learn to shoot and practice. Remember, this is now also “your Club”. Welcome! 

Did you know?

 

Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of the month, 7:pm.

 

Trap shoots are every Wednesday, starting around 5:00. Rifle and pistol ranges are closed on Wednesday while trap is being shot.

Dues may be paid at Favre’s Gun Shop, 520 North 42nd Street, Terre Haute. (Open Tuesdays – Saturdays)

Always clean up after using Club facilities, PLEASE. Especially after using the ranges.

This includes shotgun hulls & paper targets on all ranges.

Always practice “safety first”. For example, while children are wonderful and we want them to inherit our 2nd Amendment rights, keep everyone off the firing range and “behind the muzzle” when you bring them to the range. Remember, Lost Creek has ranges, not tactical training areas.   We must always remember we are part of an environment far more crowded than it was years ago.



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