Come join us at the upcoming Ladies’ Pistol Night for festive targets and sweet treats! All skill levels welcome. Friendly instructors will be provided to help new and seasoned shooters alike. Invite is extended to any gentlemen accompanying ladies participating in the event.
When: Third Sunday of every month | 3-5PM Ages: All ages welcome! Minors must be accompanied by a parent Cost: $10 Range Fee
Please bring your own equipment or contact the event hostess to request loaners. For questions or to request loaners, please contact Kathy: sweetchiliprepper [at] gmail.com
Donating a toy is one of the experiences that makes Marine Toys for Tots different from other programs.
When you place a new, unwrapped toy in a Marine Toys for Tots collection box, you experience the joy of knowing that toy will be under the tree in a family’s home and bring a smile to a less fortunate child Christmas morning. This gives our supporters a unique personal connection to Marine Toys for Tots
MISSION: The basic mission of the Marine Toys for Tots Program is to collect new unwrapped toys and distribute those toys to less fortunate children at Christmas.
GOAL: The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is, through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America’s less fortunate children.
Toy Drop Site Locations and toy collections are setup and managed by Jo and Milton Schneider. Collection boxes are located at both the Shotgun and Pistol/Rifle range offices.
The first ever Kenmore Range Free Shredding Event was a great success. We had a steady stream of 18 community members show up for the event, many commenting positively on the newly posted Designated Wetland and Conservation Area sign and expressing their thanks for the free event. There were also 20+ members participating in the event. The club also had the opportunity to shred over 25 boxes of old waivers and obsolete unnecessary financial records.
The Wildlife Committee of Washington, Inc.–Kenmore Gun Range is hosting an Active Shooter seminar for its members and guests on Wednesday May 30th, 2018 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Clubhouse.
The presenter will be Jonathon Richeson, Protective Security Advisor, Seattle District (WA State), Office of Infrastructure Protection, National Protection and Programs Directorate, US Department of Homeland Security.
There is no cost to attend this seminar. WCW-Kenmore Range supports Women Victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse and would welcome any donation such as clothing, toiletries, gift cards, or cash to this cause which can be provided at the seminar.
There were 13 participants at the first Long-Term Strategic Planning Committee Meeting held on Sunday, April 22nd at 3:00 pm in the Chalet. All members with a desire to provide their insight into how the Club should look and operate in the future are welcome to attend. The minutes of the first meeting at attached. Please join us at the second meeting to be held on Sunday, June 3, 2018 from 3:00 pm to 4:30 in the Chalet.
The 2017-2018 Youth Shotgun League came to a close on March 18, 2018, culminating in a pizza and ice cream party for the shooters, their families and volunteers.
This League’s overall top shot was Justin Atkinson, a first year Youth League shooter, who led the league for the entire season.
The top Lady shooter was Abby Meyer, another first year Youth League shooter.
Most Improved shooters were Lyle Branscomb, an alumni shooter, and Evan Frits, a first year Youth League shooter.
The Runner-Up to the top shooter was Isaiah Urrutia, a 4 year alumni Youth League shooter.
Mark Silver and Dave Levinson, Youth Shotgun coaches, thanked everyone who helped out with league, especially the parents of the shooters, and reiterated that youth shooters are the lifeblood to all shooting sports and all shooting venues at the club truly appreciate youth shooters parent’s willingness, openness and participation in all WCW youth shooting.
It was a snowy and cold 28 degrees on the Pistol Range for our February Ladies’ Pistol Night, but we still had 8 brave lady shooters join us for some instruction and range time. Several of our shooters were repeat visitors, but we also had 4 brand new ladies venture out for the very first time. Hot coffee, pizza, and snacks were enjoyed during the breaks that the ladies took to warm up in our Pistol Classroom. With the help of some fantastic gentlemen volunteers who gave up the coziness of their own homes to coach and maintain safety standards, the ladies who ran the event, Jo, Daphne, and Majsan, kept the lady shooters energized and excited.
Ladies’ Pistol Night runs every month, on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, from 5-9:pm. Volunteers are always needed to help the event go smoothly. If you would like to volunteer, or you have more questions about the event, please contact Majsan Champagne at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you on the Range!
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