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  Hello Folks

**National Range Day June 4th, 2022. We will be holding an open house and bbq (10-2 pm).  Range will be open to the public so come on out take a tour around the range, participate in some range demos, have some BBQ.  There is no fee for this event.

   The new year has begun so don't forget to send in your dues, membership fee is $80.00.  You can send dues in via e-transfer to [email protected]  If you send in via e-transfer please leave a comment ie:  your name, a phone number,  and if you have an r-pal.   If you want to pay in person you can contact Yvonne @ 466-2068.  

All new members must have an orientation on the range before they are officially members.  Please contact Tony Phillips to schedule an orientation 1-506-466-2068. 

If you have any questions please call Yvonne @ 466-2068.  




  

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News

SCSC Youth Airgunners Win Medals in Nova Scotia

Posted by Christopher Hall on May 1, 2013 at 9:30 AM

The 2013 Nova Scotia Airgun Provincial Championships were held on April 27-28 in Enfield, NS and shooters from the SCSC Youth Airgun Program came home with a handful of medals. It started early Saturday morning with equipment checks and the first of several relays then continued on Sunday. There were no finals this time; instead each shooter shot 2 relays and their scores were combined which gave them their standing. Each participant was put in a category according to their age and shooting ability. In the Women’s Junior Air Rifle category our ladies team made a very strong showing with Emily Dean winning gold for a 2nd year in a row. Delayne Donahue won silver, Brooke Terranova won bronze and Tonisha Noddin came in 5th. In the Women’s Novice Air Rifle Janelle Snow won gold and Sarah Henry won bronze. The men did well also. Scott Ring won gold in the Men’s Novice Air Pistol category, also placing 2nd overall. The Men’s Air Pistol division saw another NB shooter, Mark Hynes, taking the gold. The only NB Men's Air Rifle shooter, James Boyd, won bronze. The weekend ended with the awards ceremony where New Brunswick walked off again with most of the medals, ending the 2-day event on a high note for all the shooters who attended. Congratulations SCSC Airgunners! Thanks also to Julie for sending me the details and photos.

 

Categories: Youth Airgun