The Horry Pride
Horry Chapter, Wildlife Action, P.O. Box 682: Aynor, SC 29511
WLA Motto “Local Folks Solving Local Problems”
WLA SLOGAN “To Put Back More Than We Take
WILDLIFE ACTION CHAPTER OF THE YEAR FOR 1986-2006- 2012-2016
WEBSITE: www.horrychapterwildlifeaction.org Coordinator: Jeff A. Fink Sr. email@example.com
Newsletter Editor: Brian Koller: Send Input & Comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Horry Chapter Contacts
Frank Lagasse: (315-709-2712) Ed Whitner: (843-283-8074) Frank Passantino: (718-490-6562)
Johnny Goebel: (843-997-5613)
WLA National Headquarters: (843-464-8473) www.wildlifeaction.com (Join Now With PayPal)
Calendar of Events
Monthly: 1st Saturday: Trap Shoot 9AM,
3rd Saturday: SASS Cowboy Action 9:30 AM
4th Thursday: Monthly Meeting 7:00PM
Skeet and Trap Ranges are opened Tuesday and Thursdays 10am-2pm. Check with Ed Whitner regarding night time trap/skeet shoot on Tuesdays
Mandatory range orientation is given at 5:00 PM sharp on the 4th Thursday, monthly.
Please bring a weapon, 3 rounds of ammunition along with hearing and eye protection.
Horry Chapter is accepting donations of ammunition to be used for Pioneer Days, Ladies and Veterans shoots.
The next Monthly Meeting will be held September 27th at 7PM.
Pioneer Campout will be 12-13 October. Participants must supply their own sleeping bag and tent.
Get ready Ladies: The next Ladies Shoot will be on 21 October. Let your friends know so they can attend as well. Remember, this is for the LADIES ONLY!! Always a fun day for all.
We will be selling raffle tickets during January 2019 for a Glock .45 caliber handgun and a box of ammo. The winning ticket will be drawn during the January meeting (Key Night).
Interested in becoming a Board Member? This is your last opportunity, as ballots will be mailed to ALL members, along with the October Newsletter. Please contact someone on the Election Committee so your name can be placed on the ballot. Committee members are: Frank Passantino, Bobby Stubbs or Brian Koller.
Range hours have changed due to hunting season. Hours will be from 9AM until 4PM until Jan 1st. The exception will be on Tuesday and Thursdays when normal 9 until dusk applies.
A new change on the Rifle Range: Individuals may now shoot “SLUGS” on the rifle ranges. No other shotgun ammunition will be permitted.
A few reminders: All ranges are closed during Chapter sponsored special events; i.e., Ladies or Veteran’s Shoots and Pioneer events.
Ed Whitner is selling Chapter specific hats, T-Shirts and WLA visors. We will also have a booth to sell these items at the Aynor Hoedown on Sep 15th.
Please remember to lock the gate behind you when you come into or leave the facility.
Guest Speakers this month were Gavin and Shannon Furlong who shared their experiences at this years WLA Summer Camps. As recipients of the Daniel LaGasse Scholarship for 2018, their names will appear on the recipient wall plaque.
Donations: Craig Leidig donated two .22 cal. Rifles. Claude Dey donated 3 boxes of .22 ammo, and Doris and John Arnold donated plywood for the backstops.
Please keep our sponsors in mind: Papa Foxtrot Tactical located in Aynor, First Choice Heating and Air, Anderson Brother’s Bank, Rivertown Gun Depot and Frank and Betty Pate. We really appreciate their support. Although not a sponsor, the UPS Store at the Kroger Shopping Center at Carolina Forest continues to give us timely support for our printing needs. Keep them in mind for your mailing and moving needs. Tell Joe “thanks” for his continued support.
The 50-50 was won by Mark Bara.
Did you know that UPPER and lowercase letters are so named because typesetters stored CAPITAL letters in an upper drawer (case) and the smaller, non caital letters in a lower case.
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