April 9th – Club Cleanup Party
8am – 2pm
Due to weather concerns (snow?!) we have rescheduled the spring cleanup party to Sunday April 9th.
Bring your work gloves and your energy (and a chainsaw if you’d like!) and join the cleanup party! We’ve got plenty for everyone to do and this is a great way to earn some work hours.
Burgers and Hot Dogs will be provided along with bottled water
Ranges will be closed during work party hours
6:30pm – 9pm
$20 per ticket Open to Members and their Guests
Come and enjoy a delicious meal and awesome raffle prizes!
Lisa has an awesome menu planned for us including:
Glazed Ham with pineapple, Steamship Round Roast, Red Bliss Potatoes, Baby Carrots, Beans, Potato Salad, Garden Salad, Brown Bread and Rolls w/ butter. For desserts there will be Brownies with ice cream and of course Cake! Lisa is still looking for people to help with setup and/or takedown. If you’d like to earn some hours and give her a hand please contact her at email@example.com or 860-481-0925
Bring some extra cash to get in on all the awesome raffle we’ll have going!
-Two brand new firearms are up for grabs– A scoped rifle and a Semi-Auto Shotgun! Those tickets are $10 for each firearm raffle (separate raffles).
-We’ll also be raffling off 5 rounds of skeet including ammo! ($3 per ticket)
-We also have a great assortment of table raffle prizes ($1 per ticket or $5 per arm length).
We’ve had some very generous donations to our raffle some of which I’ve listed below.
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