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Cape Cod Fish and Game Association, Inc.

June 2015 Newsletter

 

As I write this newsletter on a cold, rainy June morning, I am thankful for global warming/climate change because I fear without it, it might still be snowing…hopefully the warm weather will come to stay soon enough.

 Dinner Meeting

This month’s Dinner Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 9th, 2015.   Dinner will be served at 7pm and the business meeting will follow at 8pm.  Club member and owner of the Keltic Kitchen, Dave Dempsey, will be preparing dinner for us. 

 Thank you to last month’s dinner crew, Stephen Albright, Dan Staples, Glenn Van Wickle, Matt Ribis, and David Brown for serving up the most delicious roast pork dinner.  There were over 100 happy diners!

 June Board of Directors Meeting

Please be advised that the June Board of Directors Meeting will be held at 7PM on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015.

 Indoor Range Orientation

This month’s Indoor Range Safety Orientation will be held on Thursday, June 11th at 7pm.  If you would like to attend, please e-mail Lori Dumont at ccfishandgame@gmail.com. Spaces are limited and must be reserved.  Please be prompt the day of the orientation.  Bring eye and ear protection as well as a firearm and ammunition.  There will be a brief classroom instruction to review the rules of the range and then a live fire portion to ensure safe gun practices are being followed.  Upon successful completion of the orientation, you will receive a key to the indoor range.  

 2015 Election of Officers

The annual election of officers was held during last month’s dinner meeting.  As all candidates were running unopposed, Club Secretary Bob Preston cast one vote to elect to office, all candidates for the 2015-2016 membership year. Congratulations or condolences, depending on how you look at it, to the following:

 President: Jim Gillespie

Vice President (1): George Baggitt

Vice President (2):  Jack Martin

Secretary:  Lori Dumont

Treasurer:  Ricardo Vasconcellos

Clerk:  Blake Bodo

 

Board of Directors:

Mike London

Don Davern

Chuck Koehl

Jim Spearman

Mark Contonio

 I’d also like to express the sincere appreciation of all club members to our outgoing club Secretary, Bob Preston, and to outgoing Director, Bob Bates.  Thank you both for all you have done, and will continue to do for this Club.

 Membership

Thank you to the Membership Committee who has sacrificed their May weekends so that members can renew their memberships and swap their keys.  Please be reminded, your dues must be paid by August 1st, and the key to the gate has already been changed.   You may, once again, swap your key on Saturday, June 6th or Sunday, June 7th between 10am and noon both days.

 Archery

The 3D shoot scheduled for Sunday, June 7th, has been cancelled due to the popularity of the Rinehart R100 3D shoot to be held in Sturbridge, MA during that weekend.  We will shoot as scheduled on Sunday, June 21st  beginning at 8am.  The cost to shoot is $7 and a delicious breakfast will be available for $7.  We also shoot Indoor Archery in the Clubhouse on Wednesday nights beginning around 7pm.   Please be reminded that you may shoot the 3D course anytime, but your $7 fee should be left in the Clubhouse to help us defray the cost of the targets.

 Trap

With the improved spring weather, Trap is busy again.  Please join in the fun Wednesday and Friday at noon, Saturday and Sunday at 10am.  The cost is $3.00 dollars per round of 25 targets. The Trap Shack has recently been outfitted with an awning thanks to Don Funkhouser. 

 Ranges

As far as the outdoor ranges go, there is an expansion project about to be underway.   The rifle and pistol ranges will be expanded using concrete bin blocks in place of the current berms, allowing the existing lanes to be widened to accommodate increased usage.  The estimated down time should be about 3 to 4 weeks.  Hopefully the project will be started in the near future. 

 Thanks to James Spearman, the baffles in the indoor range have been painted white, brightening up the range considerably.

 Fishing and Pond

The Annual Kid’s Fishing Derby is scheduled for Saturday, August 22nd, 2015.  We are currently seeking donations and in the beginning stages of planning this years event.

 Firearms Training

If you know anyone who would like to apply for an LTC or FID card, send them down.  The June NRA Firearms Safety Course will be held on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 at 7pm.  The cost is $80.

  Steel Shoot

Club member, Gary Sinclair graciously hosted the Introduction to Steel Shoot the weekend of May 23rd and 24th.  On behalf of all participating members, thank you Gary for your time, effort, expertise and patience.   I know that everyone who attended would like to see this become a regular club event.  What we need to do now is form a Committee of at least 10 members who are willing to help get this off the ground.  If you are interested in joining the committee, or have any questions about shooting steel, please contact Gary at uspsa.ty43215@gmail.com.

Assorted Odds & Ends

Please be reminded…

1.      Sign into the indoor range when you are shooting there.

2.      When fishing, please park in the parking lot, not blocking the driveway.

3.      While you are on the club property, please wear your official club lanyard and display your membership card. Individuals not displaying their cards will be asked to leave.

4.      The gate is to be closed and locked each time any member enters or exits the club facilities.  The only exception to this rule is when the club is open to a public event such as Trap, 3D Shoots, meetings etc.

Hope to see everyone at the range…

Lori











CAPE COD FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION

 

May 2015 Newsletter

 

Annual Business Meeting and Election of Officers:

The Annual Business Meeting and Election of Officers will be held on Tuesday Evening, May 12th, 2015. Dinner will be served at 7PM. The meeting will begin at approximately 8PM.

 

May Board of Directors Meeting:

Please be advised that the May Board of Directors Meeting will be held at 7PM on Tuesday Evening, May 26th, 2015.

 

Nominations Committee Formed

Merle Mammatto

Please be advised that this year’s Nominations Committee consisted of fellow club members Chuck Koehl, Fred Lewis, Bill Scheck, Jim Spearman and Merle Mammatto.  The 2015 – 2016 slate of officers and directors is as follows:

 

Officers:

President – Jim Gillespie

First Vice President – George Baggitt

Second Vice President – Jack Martin

Treasurer – Ricardo Vasconcellos

Secretary – Lori Dumont

Clerk -  Blake Bodo

 

Directors:

Mike London

Don Davern

Chuck Koehl

Jim Spearman

Mark Contonio

 

AR-15 To Be The Grand Prize At May Meeting:

Bob Preston

Members attending our monthly business meetings have found that participating in our club raffles really pays off.  The May meeting will be the grand prize raffle of all as a number of surprises are planned.  Please be advised that an AR-15 rifle has already been ordered to grace the raffle table that evening. Tickets are 6 for $5.00 dollars or 15 tickets for $10.00 dollars.

 

 

Indoor Pistol Range Safety Orientation

George Baggitt

Please be advised that this month’s Indoor Range Safety Orientation Program has been slated to take place on Thursday Evening, May 14th, at 7PM.  Members are reminded to gain access to this indoor facility one must complete the safety course.  Members interested in participating are asked to sign up in advance with Lori Dumont or George Baggitt at any club function.

 

Safety Warning:

Jim Gillespie

For the safety of our members and all their respective guests everyone is to be reminded that when utilizing any and all club ranges to NEVER handle or touch any ammunition, magazine or firearm whenever anyone is down range.  Please be advised this rule is to be considered non negotiable and should be taken as GOSPEL!!! 

 

Guest Policy:

George Baggitt

Effective immediately: all members are cautioned that our revised guest policy stipulates that all members are allowed only ONE guest on the club property at a time. 

 

Please keep in mind that if your guest is shooting, you as a member cannot be shooting.  Furthermore, members have to be present with their guests at all times.  Guests that visit our club more than three times should fill out an application for membership before they return to the club again.

 

Kitchen Committee:

Lori Dumont

The club would like to thank member Bill West and his associates who put together a great chili dinner at the April meeting. Once again, we all ate well that night!!  It is rumored that a pork dinner is featured for the May 12th Annual Business Meeting.

 

As always, we are also seeking volunteers to assist/cook any of the monthly dinners for 2015 & 2016.  All we ask is your time and expertise.  The club will reimburse the cost of food!  Please contact Lori Dumont at any club meeting for any inquiries or additional details.

 

3D Archery:

Jess Kupiec

Due to the long winter our 3D Archery Program has been extended until June.  All club archers are asked to please put Sunday, May 2nd on their calendars as well as the dates of Sunday, May 17th, 2015.

 

Additionally, the 3D Archery dates for June are Sunday, June 7th. & Sunday, June 21st, 2015.  Members and their guests can expect the fun to begin at 8AM and a hearty breakfast will once again be available at in the clubhouse as Peter Donovan will be running the kitchen. The cost to shoot is $7 and the now world famous club breakfast is also available for $7.  

 

A number of our new 3D archery targets have arrived!  Our archers may find a few surprises coming their way!  We now have a dinosaur (pretty mean looking SOB I might add!) as well as a caribou!  Coming soon a ZOMBIE!

Club 3D archers are in for some interesting targets on the course this year.  Our range looks more like something out of Jerassic Park!!  Obviously Mike London and Jess Kupiec thought that something a bit out of the ordinary might appeal to more participants.  They may very well be right!!

 

Wednesday Night Archery

Mike London

All members are reminded that Wednesday Night Archery is still being held each Wednesday Evening at 7PM.  Come on down and throw some arrows.

 

Four Hour Work Obligation

All new members are reminded that it is a requirement of your first year of club membership to perform four hours of club related service to the organization.  Please watch for your club email postings and bulletins as well as any pertinent information in the monthly newsletter regarding various scheduled club work parties.  Additionally, please watch for postings regarding help needed in the club kitchen during dinner meetings.

 

Home Firearms Safety Course

Mike London

Please be advised that this month’s NRA Home Firearms Safety Course will be held on Tuesday Evening, May 19th, 2015 at 7PM.  Anyone wishing to ascertain their LTC Class A permit or those wishing to acquire an FID card are urged to attend.  Interested associates should contact Mike London in advance or at any club meeting for related costs and additional details.  Mike can also be reached via cell phone at 508.284.3503.

 

Trap Range

Chris Norcross

All members are reminded that trap is shooting each Wednesday and Friday afternoons starting at 12 PM. Additionally, please be advised that trap is also shooting each Saturday morning at 10AM & Sunday morning beginning at 9 AM.  The cost is $3.00 dollars per round of 25 targets.

 

Albert Nardini Memorial Trap Shoot:

Bill Scheck

It was announced at the recent April Board of Directors Meeting that George Baggitt and Bill Scheck would be co-chairing this year’s Albert Nardini Memorial Trap Competition.  All trap shooters interested in participating in this event are urged to contact Either Bill or George at any club meeting for details.

 

Squib Loads & Shortrounds:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members Mike London and Mark Contonio had a very successful bird hunt a recent preserve.  Looks like some one is in for some good eats!!

New for the 2015 – 2016 membership year is a family membership program.  Please see your membership renewal form for details.

 

Members who are avid handgun shooters should keep an eye out for information on the upcoming Steel Challenge Shoot. Members Jack Martin and Gary Sinclair will be chairing this committee and will announce more details as they come available.

 

Any member wishing to advertise his or her business on the club website should submit their business card to George Baggett at his email address of oysterpond@aol.com.

 

Reminder…while you are on the club property, please wear your official club lanyard and display your membership card. Individuals not displaying their cards will be asked to leave.

 

As always…all members need to be reminded that the gate is to be closed and locked each time any member enters or exits the club facilities.  The only exception to this rule is when the club is open to a public event such as trap, 3D Shoots, Club Picnic etc.

 

Now Signing Off,  My Last Column

Bob Preston

 

In March of 2004 I began taking on the responsibility of creating, on a monthly basis, our club newsletter.  This has been a task that I have enjoyed and have had the privilege of completing for over eleven years.  It is now May of 2015, I am retiring as the Secretary of this great organization and I want to say thank you to all my fellow club members who have in the past offered kind words regarding the articles that I have created for the club’s newsletter. 

 

To date, I have written about 130 monthly newsletter issues for this organization and have published over 200 different photographs to help enhance the overall journal’s presentation.  I would like to thank member Greg Markham, whom as our club’s website master, made both the local and global distribution of this journal possible.  Also in my debt, would be the staff of the former newspaper known as the “Outdoor Message.”  Their editor, Michelle Suiduit had to put up with my constant failings to meet copy deadlines and late changes due to copy errors.

 

After all is said and done it is my hope that all of you enjoyed reading the articles as much as I enjoyed writing them.  In June, another capable club member will be taking over this position and making this job their own. I wish that member well and I sincerely do hope that they are able to attain the level of self - satisfaction I received by always striving to make our organization look bigger than life itself….on just a few pieces of paper! 

 

Thank you again!!  .

 

Very Truly Yours,

Bob Preston










CAPE COD FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION

 April 2015 Newsletter 

April Business Meeting:

The April Business Meeting will be held on Tuesday Evening, April 14th, 2015.  Dinner will be served at 7PM. The meeting will begin at approximately 8PM.

 

April Board of Directors Meeting:

Please be advised that the April Board of Directors Meeting will be held at 7PM on Tuesday Evening, April 28th, 2015.

 

Life Support AED System

Bob Bates

At the March Board of Directors Meeting, fifteen of our members learned the proper procedure of how to use the defibrillation device that is currently housed within the clubhouse.  Anyone else wishing to become familiar with the procedure as well as the benefits of having access to this device should seek out any club officer or member of the Board of Directors.

 

Nominations Committee Formed

Jim Gillespie

It’s that time of year again when club officers and four Board of Director positions will have to be filled at the May Meeting.  Each Director is responsible for either chairing or co-chairing one of our standing committees.  Should you be interested in becoming a member of the Board of Directors or in holding another office in the organization, please contact Merle Mammato by phone at 914-589-5329 or e-mail at merlemamm@yahoo.com.

 

Currently we are looking for a nominee to run for the position of club clerk.

 

Please be advised that this year’s annual meeting and election of officers is slated for the date of Tuesday, May 12th, 2015.

 

Club Janitor Needed

With the current membership swelling to the ranks of over 600 individuals our clubhouse sees a lot of foot traffic.  Add to this various monthly meetings, weekly archery programs and the increased usage of the indoor range, it becomes clear that without periodic attention the indoor meeting room begins to look shabby.  A member is needed to come forward to help clean up the facility on a regular basis. This is not a “work hour” position and will be compensated by an hourly rate of payment.  Interested individuals should see any member of the Board of Directors ASAP.

 

Club Monthly Raffles:

Bob Preston

Members attending our monthly business meetings have found that participating in our club raffles really pays off.  The May meeting will be the grand prize raffle of all as a number of surprises are planned.  Please be advised that an AR-15 rifle has already been ordered to grace the raffle table that evening. Tickets are 6 for $5.00 dollars or 15 tickets for $10.00 dollars.

 

Safety Warning:

For the safety of our members and all their respective guests everyone is to be reminded that when utilizing any and all club ranges to NEVER handle or touch any ammunition, magazine or firearm whenever anyone is down range.  Please be advised this rule is to be considered non negotiable and should be taken as GOSPEL!!! 

 

Guest Policy:

George Baggitt

Effective immediately: all members are cautioned that our revised guest policy stipulates that all members are allowed only ONE guest on the club property at a time. 

 

Please keep in mind that if your guest is shooting, you as a member cannot be shooting.  Furthermore, members have to be present with their guests at all times.  Guests that visit our club more than three times should fill out an application for membership before they return to the club again.

 

Attention All Club Members Living In The Town of Yarmouth

Jess Kupiac

Your gun rights are being threatened!!

 

A town meeting has been scheduled for 10AM on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at the Mattacheese Middle School, 400 Higgins Crowell Road. Yarmouth, MA.  Article number 42 slated for a vote that day could potentially end all shooting and hunting within the town.  All members and hopefully their spouse who are Yarmouth registered voters are asked to attend and help DEFEAT this article.  There is strength in numbers!! Please make it a point to attend this very important opportunity to defend your right to keep and bear arms. 

 

Kitchen Committee:

Lori Dumont

The club would like to thank member Bill West and his associates who put together a great jambalaya dinner at the March meeting. Everyone sure as hell ate well that night!!  It is rumored that Bill and his crew are serving chili this month at the April 14th Business Meeting.

 

We are also seeking volunteers to assist/cook any of the monthly dinners for 2015.  All we ask is your time and expertise.  The club will reimburse the cost of food!  Please contact Lori Dumont at any club meeting for any inquiries or additional details.

 

3D Archery

Jess Kupiec

Due to the long winter our 3D Archery Program has been extended until June.  All club archers are asked to please put Sunday, April 19th on their calendars as well as the dates of Sunday, May 3rd and Sunday, May 17th, 2015. The fun begins at 8AM and a hearty breakfast will once again be available at in the clubhouse as Peter Donovan will be running the kitchen. The cost to shoot is $7 and the now world famous club breakfast is also available for $7.  

 

This just in…new targets for this program have been ordered and our archers may find a few surprises coming their way!  Really…ZOMBIE TARGETS!!?!

 

Wednesday Night Archery

Mike London

All members are reminded that Wednesday Night Archery is still being held each Wednesday Evening at 7PM.  Come on down and throw some arrows.

 

Four Hour Work Obligation

All new members are reminded that it is a requirement of your first year of club membership to perform four hours of club related service to the organization.  Please watch for your club email postings and bulletins as well as any pertinent information in the monthly newsletter regarding various scheduled club work parties.  Additionally, please watch for postings regarding help needed in the club kitchen during dinner meetings.

 

Home Firearms Safety Course

Mike London

Please be advised that this month’s NRA Home Firearms Safety Course will be held on Tuesday Evening, April 21th, 2015 at 7PM.  Anyone wishing to ascertain their LTC Class A permit or those wishing to acquire an FID card are urged to attend.  Interested associates should contact Mike London in advance or at any club meeting for related costs and additional details.  Mike can also be reached via cell phone at 508.284.3503.

 

Trap Range

Chris Norcross

All members are reminded that trap is shooting each Wednesday and Friday afternoons starting at 12 PM. Additionally, please be advised that trap is also shooting each Saturday & Sunday morning beginning at 9 AM.  The cost is $3.00 dollars per round of 25 targets. 

 

Squib Loads & Shortrounds:

 

New for the 2015 – 2016 membership year is a family membership program.  Please see your membership renewal form for details.

 

Any member wishing to advertise his or her business on the club website should submit their business card to George Baggett at his email address of oysterpond@aol.com.

 

This photo was recently posted by the subject on his facebook page. Can anyone guess who this current club member and former serviceman is??  None other than our own Harry Whatling!

 

 

Reminder…while you are on the club property, please wear your official club lanyard and display your membership card. Individuals not displaying their cards will be asked to leave.

 

As always…all members need to be reminded that the gate is to be closed and locked each time any member enters or exits the club facilities.  The only exception to this rule is when the club is open to a public event such as trap, 3D Shoots, Club Picnic etc.

 

Until next month…Bob P.  

 


 

CAPE COD FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION

 March 2015 Newsletter

March Business Meeting:

The March Business Meeting will be held on Tuesday Evening, March 10th, 2015.  Dinner will be served at 7PM. The meeting will begin at approximately 8PM.

 

March Board of Directors Meeting:

 

Please be advised that the March Board of Directors Meeting will be held at 7PM on Tuesday Evening, March 24th, 2015.

 

Nominations Committee Formed

Jim Gillespie

It’s that time of year again when club  officers and four Board of Director positions will have to be filled at the May Meeting.  Each Director is responsible for either chairing or co-chairing one of our standing committees.  Should you be interested in becoming a member of the Board of Directors or in holding another office in the organization, please contact Merle Mammato by phone at 914-589-5329 or e-mail at merlemamm@yahoo.com.

 

Please be advised that this year’s annual meeting and election of officers is slated for the date of Tuesday, May12th, 2015.

 

Club Janitor Needed

With the current membership swelling to the ranks of over 600 individuals our clubhouse sees a lot of foot traffic.  Add to this various monthly meetings, weekly archery programs and the increased usage of the indoor range, it becomes clear that without periodic attention the indoor meeting room begins to look shabby.  A member is needed to come forward to help clean up the facility on a regular basis. This is not a “work hour” position and will be compensated by an hourly rate of payment.  Interested individuals should see any member of the Board of Directors ASAP.

 

Club Monthly Raffles:

Bob Preston

Members attending our monthly business meetings have found that participating in our club raffles really pays off.  Congratulations to member Preston Smith who recently won a 1400 round bucket of Remington .22 caliber bullets.  Other prizes that have been offered have been spotting scopes, hard sided gun cases, various power tools, gun vises and a selection of hunting knives.  The May meeting will be the grand prize raffle of all as a number of surprises are planned.  Please be advised that an AR-15 rifle has already been ordered to grace the raffle table that evening. Tickets are 6 for $5.00 dollars or 15 tickets for $10.00 dollars.

Cape Cod Fish and Game Gold Rush!

 

Range Orientation

Lori Dumont

We will be holding an Indoor Range Safety Orientation on Thursday, March 12th at 7pm.  If you would like to attend, please reply to this e-mail.  Spaces are limited and must be reserved.  Please be prompt the day of the orientation.  Bring eye and ear protection as well as a firearm and ammunition.  There will be a brief classroom instruction to review the rules of the range and then a live fire portion to ensure safe gun practices are being followed.  Upon successful completion of the orientation, you will receive a key to the indoor range.

 

Safety Warning:

For the safety of our members and all their respective guests everyone is to be reminded that when utilizing any and all club ranges to NEVER handle or touch any ammunition, magazine or firearm whenever anyone is down range.  Please be advised this rule is to be considered non negotiable and should be taken as GOSPEL!!! 

 

Range Rule Violations:

It is strongly suggested for all club members to periodically review the rules of the club ranges.  To date we have had a number of safety violations that have resulted in a number of member suspensions.  Don’t let this happen to you!!  As a club we are responsible to provide a safe shooting environment for all members.  As members you are responsible to conduct yourself in a safe manner.  Clearly this street has to run both ways.  In closing if you do not understand the rules of the ranges ask a Board of Director member for clarification.  If need be, take a refresher course regarding the indoor range safety program which is held each and every month.  They are offered at no charge and are provided solely for your benefit.

 

Attention All Members:

REMEMBER SAFETY FIRST!!!

 

1.)  Sweeping the range has nothing to do with cleaning up!!!

2.)  SO PLEASE!!  KEEP THAT MUZZLE POINTED DOWN RANGE!!!

 

Kitchen Committee:

Lori Dumont

We are also seeking volunteers to assist/cook any of the monthly dinners for 2015.  All we ask is your time and expertise.  The club will reimburse the cost of food!  Please contact Lori Dumont at any club meeting for any inquiries or additional details.

 

3D Archery

Jess Kupiec

Our club wide 3D Archery Program is now scheduled to be held on both the first and third Sunday Mornings each month thru June.  All club archers are asked to please put Sunday, March 1st and 15th on their calendars as well as the dates of April 5th and 19th, 2015. The fun begins at 8AM and a hearty breakfast will once again be available at in the clubhouse as Peter Donovan will be running the kitchen. The cost to shoot is $7 and the now world famous club breakfast is available for $7.  

Wednesday Night Archery

Mike London

All members are reminded that Wednesday Night Archery is still being held each Wednesday Evening at 7PM.  Come on down and throw some arrows.

 

Four Hour Work Obligation

All new members are reminded that it is a requirement of your first year of club membership to perform four hours of club related service to the organization.  Please watch for your club email postings and bulletins as well as any pertinent information in the monthly newsletter regarding various scheduled club work parties.  Additionally, please watch for postings regarding help needed in the club kitchen during dinner meetings.

 

****Failure to satisfy this work hour requirement will result in being assessed a $50 dollar charge at the time of dues and membership renewal in May.  Please note that the month of May is now less than three months away.

 

Bow Hunter Safety Course Scheduled

Gary Kaser

Please be advised that club member Gary Kaser has scheduled a Bow Hunter Safety Course for Saturday, March 14th, 2015.  At this time the clubhouse will be reserved as a classroom and the indoor range will be closed between the hours of 8AM to 5PM.  Members and guests wishing to attend this course are asked to make reservations on the Mass Wildlife website.

 

Home Firearms Safety Course

Mike London

Please be advised that this month’s NRA Home Firearms Safety Course will be held on Tuesday Evening, March 17th, 2015 at 7PM.  Anyone wishing to ascertain their LTC Class A permit or those wishing to acquire an FID card are urged to attend.  Interested associates should contact Mike London in advance or at any club meeting for related costs and additional details.  Mike can also be reached via cell phone at 508.284.3503.

 

Trap Range

Chris Norcross

As they say in the world of wing shooting…”If it is brown – shoot it down and if it flies - it dies.”  Therefore….all members are reminded that trap is shooting each Wednesday and Friday afternoons starting at 12 PM. Additionally, please be advised that trap is also shooting each Saturday & Sunday morning beginning at 9 AM.  The cost is $3.00 dollars per round of 25 targets. 

 

Mysterious Prehistoric Sea Monster Inhabiting Club Pond

Scotland has the “Lochness Monster” or “Nessie” as it is called. Here in the United States and to our north, in Lake Champlain, it is said to be the home of “Champ,” another legendary reptile type creature. There have been reports of “Big Foot” inhabiting our far northern mountain areas and the state of New Jersey has its own “Devil.”  In our own Centerfield Pond we have “Codder.”  While the rest of Barnstable County has been concentrating on our ever growing coyote problem Codder has slipped into our neighborhood both under the wire as well as undetected.  Descriptions and size of Codder vary from fire breathing dragon to gigantic snake shaped.

 Unfortunately, we have only one photograph taken some time ago about the time club member Peter Donovan was almost swallowed alive by what was then thought to be man eating lily pads.  Further details to be forthcoming as they become available!!!

"CODDER" at play in the Cape Cod Fish & Game Association Pond!

 

Squib Loads & Shortrounds:

  • Any member wishing to advertise his or her business on the club website should submit their business card to George Baggett at his email address of oysterpond@aol.com.

 

·        Reminder…while you are on the club property, please wear your official club lanyard and display your membership card. Individuals not displaying their cards will be asked to leave.

 

·        As always…all members need to be reminded that the gate is to be closed and locked each time any member enters or exits the club facilities.  The only exception to this rule is when the club is open to a public event such as trap, 3D Shoots, Club Picnic etc.

 

Until next month…Bob P.  

 


 

 

 


 


 

 

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