Horry Chapter
Wildlife Action, Inc. 

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

​July 2018


WILDLIFE ACTION CHAPTER OF THE YEAR FOR 1986-2006- 2012-2016
WEBSITE: www.horrychapterwildlifeaction.org Coordinator: Jeff A. Fink Sr.  jfinksr@gmail.com
Newsletter Editor: Brian Koller: Send Input & Comments to: bjkolle@sccoast.net
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
1st Sunday: WLA Bowling Pin Fun Match 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 will be given at 5:00 PM sharp on the 4th Thursday, monthly.
Horry Chapter is accepting donations of ammunition to be used for Pioneer Days, Ladies and Veterans shoots.
The next Monthly Meeting will be held July 26th at 7PM. This is our tribute to Horry Wildlife Action Members who have gone to join Heavens Wildlife Action Chapter.  Volunteers are needed for our twenty-one-gun salute (7), in addition to filling several other positions; bell, music, etc.  Please let Frank know if you are available to volunteer.
Interested in becoming a Board Member? If so, please contact a member of the Election Committee so your name can be placed on the ballot. Committee members are: Frank Passantino, Bobby Stubbs or Brian Koller. Ballots will be sent out with the October Newsletter to mail back or bring along to the October Election Meeting.
Just a reminder:  All ranges are closed during times of Chapter sponsored special events; i.e., Ladies or Veteran’s Shoots and Pioneer events. We appreciate your understanding.
The Chapter is selling hats, visors, and T-Shirts. Hats and T’s are Horry Chapter specific. See Ed Whitner for your favorite item or items. We will also have a booth selling these items at the Aynor Hoedown on Sep 15th.
Work is still ongoing at our facilities; however, the new overhang on the rifle range and filling of the new berms has been completed. Other berm overhangs and painting of the storage buildings still needs completion.  Let Frank know if you are available to help. Also, two 40 ft. storage containers will be placed end-to-end as a separating barrier between new Berm #4 and the Trap areas and a 20 ft. container will also be placed on site. Security cameras will be installed throughout the facility for range safety and compliance concerns, and the Skeet Field will be going wireless for smother bird operation.
The Wildlife Action Photo Contest vote will be conducted at the October meeting. Winning photo will be sent to National for further competition. Pleases submit to the Chapter by deadline of Sep 30th.  Color or B/W photos must be 8 X 10 and be shot in a natural setting. You can submit up to 5 entries for consideration.
Please lock the gate behind you when you come into or leave the facility.  Also, if you see unacceptable activity on site, get a name or license plate number and pass the information on to one of the Chapter officers. Violations of the Chapter rules will not be tolerated.
Next Raffle will be for a Henry, lever-action .22 caliber rifle.
Mark Barra announced that the Navy Club in Georgetown will be holding their annual shrimp dinner on July 25th.
The next CWP Class will be held on July 28th from 8-4 PM in our Education Center ($65).
 Congratulations to John Bendele. He recently won several shooting events in SC and NC.
The Board has approved amending our rules to state: “Separate payments are required for Trap/Skeet use ($3.50) and using the pistol range ($2.00), because these are separate activities.”
Donations: Thanks to Sandy and Jesse Cook for donating a bow and arrow combo to the Pioneers, Paul Urik for 1500 Bricks, Frank Pate a $25 gift card for movie tickets, Chet and Donna Watson $100 to help send someone to WLA youth camp, David McCarthy- .22 and .9mm ammo, and Jerry Warbeck for his contribution of 3 handguns.
50-50 was won by Adrian Finn and Jack Doris won the donated Movie Ticket gift card.
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