In accordance with a vote of the membership,
FYI...the Pistol Range to the right of the clubhouse is (suprisingly enough) for pistols–and only on the targets that are already in place. If you want to shoot your own targets, use the range to the left of the clubhouse. That's what it's for. Do not attach targets to the fencing or structures on the Pistol Range.
Have you heard about the Range Benefit Raffle?
Knox County Fish & Game Education Programs
Knox County Fish & Game provides a variety of educational programs for our members and the public. We call our Educational Programs “R3” for Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation. There has been a significant decline over the past several years in people participating in outdoor recreation activities especially hunting and other shooting sports as well as fishing. There is a nationwide R3 effort to increase the number of people using the outdoors for recreational activities. We believe it is important to provide opportunities for people to learn these lifetime outdoor skills in a safe, non-threatening environment with our team of volunteer instructors.
Interested? Contact Jasmine Greenleaf at 441-3270 or email@example.com.
Our youth programs are for youngsters ages 10-15. A parent or legal guardian must attend also attend. We offer and aquatic based program and a shooting sports program.
The aquatic program provides instruction and experience in kayaking and canoeing on Alford Lake. We also provide instruction in fishing skills and the next day those who desire will meet at the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine’s Youth and Family Outdoor Facility to fish for trout in their stocked pond. In addition, each participant will receive instruction in outdoor responsibility, safety, survival and map and compass.
The shooting sports program provides instruction in .22 rifles and archery. Participants receive individual instruction in small groups. The outdoor skills and responsibility component is also a part of this program. The safe handling and use of firearms and bows are the number one priorities of this program.
Ladies Day at the Range
Ladies day is a popular program offered twice a year to ladies 18 years of age or older. Participants are introduced to the safe handling and use of rifles, shotguns, handguns and bow and arrow. The program is limited to 12 participants and instructors provide individual instruction to shooters in small groups.
Maine Inland Fisheries & Wildlife Courses
Our Beaver Lodge facility is an ideal location for the IF&W safety classes and is the primary location for most Knox County classes. Classes are offered in Hunting, Bowhunting, Trapping, Crossbow, Boating, ATV and Snowmobile. Information on class requirements and availability can be found on the IFW webside www.maine.gov/ifw/programs-resources/safety-courses/index.html. Our Regional Coordinator is Jasmine Greenleaf who can be contacted at 441-3270 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember to send your membership renewal
forms and range waiver to:
There is no such thing as being too safe or having too much training. Fortunately for members, we have our own range that's open year 'round, and our weekend shoots are a great place to learn. Click here for more info.
Dana's Pavilion is up!
That's Sarah removing the strap, and the timber framer, John. there to the right.
Here's the way Dana's Pavilion looked the first winter. It has worked out great for members at the beach who need to get out of the sun and the occasional shower. Drop by and check it out.
The Knox County Fish & Game Association is a non-profit organization