CALENDAR

MONTHLY SHOOTS – 2017

JANUARY – 20TH, 21ST & 22ND  §  FEBRUARY – 17TH, 18TH & 19TH

  MARCH – 17TH, 18TH & 19TH   §  APRIL – 28TH, 29 & 30TH                                                                             [ WORK PARTY ]

MAY – 5TH, 6TH & 7TH  [ RENDEZVOUS ]    Gates open Wednesday at 9:00

JUNE – 16TH, 17TH & 18TH   §   JULY & AUGUST – SILENT

SEPT – 22ND, 23RD & 24TH   §   OCTOBER – 20TH, 21ST & 22ND

NOVEMBER – 17TH, 18TH & 19TH     [ TURKEY SHOOT ]

HEAD OF A TURKEY TARGET

DECEMBER – TO BE DECIDED     [ CHRISTMAS PARTY ]

Camping Rules
 NO DUMPSTER. Please pack it in and pack it out.
 Camp in DESIGNATED areas ONLY.
 Drive on designated roads ONLY.
 NO weed eaters, lawnmowers, saws, or chainsaws. The property must remain as undisturbed as possible.
 Dry camp – bring your own water – Small campfires permitted – bring your own wood
 Please respect your neighbors. Generators excepted during club shoots
 NO loaded firearms in camping areas.
 No horses. No off road vehicles. Leash your dogs and watch your children – rattlesnakes may be in the area.

                                                                           

West on Interstate 80 to Highway 20, stay on 20 towards Marysville. Turn south from Highway 20, at the Beale AF Base sign, onto Hammonton-Smartsville Road. After .9 mile, take the left fork (Chuck Yeager Rd) and continue about 3.8 miles to Waldo Road. Pass Waldo Road, shortly the gate is on the right.

East on Interstate 80 to Colfax Highway 174, stay on 174 to Highway 20 towards Marysville. Turn south from Highway 20, at the Beale AF Base sign, onto Hammonton-Smartsville Road. After .9 mile, take the left fork (Chuck Yeager Rd) and continue about 3.8 miles to Waldo Road. Pass Waldo Road, shortly the gate is on the right.

Interstate 5 South to Hwy 20, stay on 20 towards Browns Valley. Turn south from Highway 20, at the Beale AF Base sign, onto Hammonton-Smartsville Road. After .9 mile, take the left fork (Chuck Yeager Rd) and continue about 3.8 miles to Waldo Road. Pass Waldo Road, shortly the gate is on the right.

Interstate 5 North to Highway 20, stay on 20 towards Browns Valley. Turn south from Highway 20, at the Beale AF Base sign, onto Hammonton-Smartsville Road. After .9 mile, take the left fork (Chuck Yeager Rd) and continue about 3.8 miles to Waldo Road. Pass Waldo Road, shortly the gate is on the right.

Highway 99 North to Interstate 80 East, 80 to Highway 65 to Smartsville Rd., Smartsville, Ca. Turn south onto Hammonton-Smartsville Road. After .9 mile, take the right fork (Chuck Yeager Rd) and continue about 3.8 miles to Waldo Road. Pass Waldo Road, shortly the gate is on the right.

GENERAL INVOLVEMENT

Folks mingle from all around. On the hills, over the hills, down the hill, on the flat and across the bridge. Where would you be?

Trader !   Our devoted Grub Tent – “MARIA’S”
Your never to old !   Practice make perfect!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

That’s enough practice for me!

 

 

The walk from registration.

 

Ask the kids, even the animals  love it there.

 

 

                 Here we have  ⇒  ⇒ ⇒  ⇒   Trader Row

APPLE PIE CONTEST

  The Judge’s!            Here we have excited volunteers to give their expertise opinion on Yummy Apple Pie. They patiently wait for samples of various entries to taste.

      

                                The first round with more to      come!                              

The decision !

This is not an easy task  to determine which entry fits the 3 requirements for a beverage:                                                       1. Color – what looks the closest to Apple Pie                         2. Taste – it must taste like Apple Pie                                        3. Smell – like Apple Pie                                                           Once they have tasted an entry their opinion is determined by the color of a bead. The entry with the most of one colored dead is the WINNER!                                                                                                      

SNEAKING A TASTE!

We make are own determination.

Everyone gets into the act of tasting no matter WHAT your choice is!


 

Their decision !

NEEDLE-IN-THE-HAYSTACK – CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY

     There’s a bale of hay (which the children love to play in) spread out on a trap mixed in the hay are usually donated items for boys & girls (stuffed animals, toys, single raped candies, bottled bubbles, packaged play dough, necklaces, pencils, etc; even money at times but, plenty for all. We believe the parents & on lookers have just as much fun watching.     The coordinator allows a minimal amount of time for each age group to rummage through the hay.   FUN!!! 

Youngest participant.
Second age group.

 

 

 

 

Third age group.

 

 

 

Free for all!
Don’t forget me!   Didn’t you leave anything?