Scores from the March 17th shoot have been posted on the Practical Handgun page.
The April Handgun Program class is full and registration has been closed. Registration is still being accepted for the May class which still has availability.
Information and scheduling for the 2013 Hunter Education Program offered at the club has been posted. A testing date for the PA Game Commission online course has been made available, as well as a two part sit down class. Please see the activity page for additional details.
The Club House is not quite ready yet from construction there for the Meeting will be held at the Mainvelle Firehall at 7:00 pm. If there is a meal included the chow line starts at 6:00 pm.
Due to poor ground conditions the March 10th Cowboy Action Shoot has been cancelled. We hope to see every one for the April 14th shoot with Mother Nature granting us better conditions.
The club is looking for volunteers with appropriate skills to assist in the upcoming Handgun Program scheduled for April 26-27 and May 10-11. We need people to coach and assist novice shooters and to perform target setup/maintenance. If you can help on any of the dates please contact Dennis Jaskiewicz.
Paul DeAngelo of the Columbia County Sheriff's Deparment will be presenting the 2013 Handgun Usage, Safety and General Knowledge Program at the Mainville Sportsman Club. The program will consist of 11 hours of training, both classroom and live fire range time. For more detailed information and a printable registration form, please visit the Handgun Program activity page. Contact Dennis Jaskiewicz with any questions you may have.
On April 6th from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm the Club House will be open and ready to accept Annual Dues. This will also be a schedule Work Day therefore the Range WILL BE CLOSED ! If you would like to volunteer to assist during this event please contact Dennis Jaskiewicz to be added to the list.
Just a reminder that the monthly club meeting is being held tonight. Renovations of the clubhouse are still in progress so the meeting will take place at the Mainville Fire Hall (you pass it on the way up to the range, on the right). Chicken and waffles will be served at about 6PM and the meeting will begin at 7PM.
February is nominations for officers up for re-election/election. We have a lot of new members, so we encourage all who can come to be there to be part of the whole process.
The Practical Handgun shoot scheduled for tomorrow (2/17) has been cancelled. See everybody in March, hopefully with warmer weather.
A work day has been scheduled for Tuesday February 12th to clean out the Club House attic. If you can make it, any and all help will be appreciated. You need only bring hot coffee and gloves.
We had a turn out of approximately 20 students for each class and they all scored very well with high passing grades for the final test ! Also Bill Lathrop took extra classes and final exams to certify as a Range Course Instructor which he passed and was certified via SASS RO1 and RO2 Instructor, congratulations Bill ! Contact Bill Lathrop at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in taking the training courses.
March 15th - Meal Ticket includes a fantastic catered meal and a chance to win up to 7 different firearms. Location is at the Espy Fire Company Social Hall - A gun auction along with other raffle events will take place through out the evening. Contact Curt's Gun Shop or Shooter's Rendezvous or Dennis Jaskiewicz for Ticket Information.
Scores are up for today's shoot.
Dates are in for the 2013 Buffalo shoots.
The 2013 Subgun and 3gun dates are up! Notice there are two 3gun shoots this year.
Both Classes will be held at the Mainville Firehall along with Coffee, Hot Cocoa, Soda and Lunch. The RO1 Class will be held on Jan. 19th, 2013 starting at 9:00 am and the cost is $10.00. The RO2 Class will be held on Jan. 20th, 2013 starting at 9:00 am and the cost is $25.00. You will need to bring BOTH RO1 and RO2 MANUALS that can be printed from the SASS web site at www.sassnet.com. Please email email@example.com to confirm your attendance.
The monthly meeting of the MSC is this Thursday, Dec 20th (today). We will be at the Mainville Fire Hall again this month as we continue to work on the new club bathrooms. Denny will be bringing pizza for dinner. Eats are usually about 6 or 6:30PM and the meeting will begin at 7PM. It is possible we may not have a January meeting and then to return in Feb and Mar for nomination and election of officers. More details as we know them. Hope to see all who can come tomorrow.
Today's scores have been posted on the Practical Pistol page.
Tomorrow, Monday, Dec. 10th, the club is having cement delivered for the new bathroom floors. We will be needing a few guys able to run the wheelbarrows for a couple hours. There will be a crew to do the finish work. Hopefully a few of our clubs younger, stronger members have a little time to stop by. The truck will be there at 8AM. Anyone who can come by for a couple hours and lend a good back to the project is truly needed. There is nothing you need to bring but yourself, rubber boots and a willingness to work to get this done as quickly as possible.
A current copy of the club by-laws has been posted on the Membership page. Please take some time to read them over, this is your club and every member should understand how it operates. We are also expecting to have a copy of range rules available soon.
The 2013 Cowboy Action dates have been posted.
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Work is continuing on the renovation of the club bathrooms so we will be able to host larger events this coming year. The concrete floors have been jack hammered and now need to be further broken up and removed. The work party is scheduled for this coming Sunday Dec. 2nd at 9AM. If you have a little time to spare, any help would be appreciated, especially by the few that always show up to help get these things done. There are a lot of things that have to be done throughout the year to keep our club running smoothly. Also, if you have heavy pry bars, picks, heavy duty wire cutters that can cut through reinforcing wire, those would be very helpful. The concrete is roughly broken but needs to be further broken in order to get it hauled out. Of course, a good pair of heavy gloves is really a must.
Hope to see as many as possible to make short work of this project. Thanks in advance. Try to remember to wear your membership card while on club grounds so we can identify any folks that maybe should not be there.