Save the dates for our upcoming club dinners!
April 21st Norm's Boiled Dinner
May 19th Seafood Dinner
June 16th Steak and Potato Dinner
?TBD? Pig Roast
October 20th Prime Rib Dinner
Monday Night Indoor Range
Monday night indoor range is now over. Will reopen in Fall!
- general help
Membership Committee helpers
Change to the Range Rules!
As of 4/4/2017, shooting in the indoor range (downstairs in the clubhouse) is limited to
lead bullets only (all calibers), no hollow points!
AS OF 3/7/2017
PORTABLE TARGET STANDS ARE PROHIBITED
FROM ALL RANGES.
Hunter Safety Instructors Needed!
This summer our club hosted a hunter safety class and we successfully helped 36 individuals obtain their hunting licenses. We need your help however as more instructors in Southeastern Mass are needed. If interested in becoming a hunter safety instructor, contact the Dept of Fisheries and Wildlife at 508-389-7820 and ask for Todd Olanyk. All that is needed is you must have completed a hunter safety course within the last 10 years and you must complete the instructor course. We hope to offer this course each year but your help is needed!
For any questions – contact Dave Hague at on your Board of Directors at: K1drhague@gmail.com
Hunter Safety Course
Back by popular demand!
April 30th and May 1st from 8:00am to 4:00pm
Contact David Hague at email@example.com
MA Jr. Conservation Camp!
We welcome boys and girls, ages 13 to 17, who enjoy outdoor activities and want to learn more
about the environment. Enthusiastic outdoorsmen and women of today will become tomorrow's leaders in upholding outdoor traditions and safeguarding our natural heritage.
Campers enjoy traditional summer camp activities such as swimming, fishing, boating and volleyball.
What makes the Massachusetts Junior Conservation Camp stand out is our core curriculum, which includes:
. Basic Camping
. Boat Safety
. Fish and Pond Life
. Handgun Safety & Shooting
. Hunter Education
. Map and Compass
. Wildlife Management
APPLICANTS SUBMIT TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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Photos from Breakfast with Santa!
Nearly all of the maintenance, improvements, and activities at the RGCNB are made possible because members (with jobs and family obligations like you) generously donate their time for the benefit
of all members.
How much time have you donated to the betterment of your club this year? If you answered, "None", "'Zero," "Zip," or "Zilch," please consider your contribution.
You can reach out to any of the committee chairpersons, or volunteer for these tasks: