Overview from Archery range berm
Overview from rifle range berm
Framing up the front of the new “multi-purpose room
Nicely finished floor inside
New backstops at 300 and 400 yard targets
Challenge targets at the 300 yard
Rifle Racks built by Doug and Larry – Aug 2018
NFA (Nat’l Firearms Act) Sunday hosted by Board Member Brad Coffey, Aug. 2018.
Club Director Brad Coffey takes aim on NFA Sunday
rifle shed with ADA parking
Pistol shed with ADA parking
Pistol range with ADA ramp and pathway
Safety Baffle Crew: Back: Brad Coffey, Dan Pensula, Rick Vaughn, Brad Rorem Front: Larry Haywood (VP), Randy Fischer, Bill Loder
Baffles designed to keep projectiles down on the target range
From shooting benches – No Blue Sky
From berm looking downrange toward 225 yd targets
2018 Banquet – Sold Out Crowd
New sliding doors on the pistol sheds
Pistol Range is now accessible
Steve Houle and crew move mud after cement truck sinks.
Finish work at the archery sheds
Newly installed sound muffling tiles inside rifle shed
Range Safety Officer, Doug Sargent, is installing a “cease fire” warning system for the rifle shed, Aug. 2017
Ed, Ward, and Mark moving sand
Mark, Steve, Larry, and Jim on Pistol range berm
New benches at shooting tables – June 2017
Lead Instructor Trevin Roletto describes use of a shotgun
Jerry, Dan, and WDFW Crew dealing with Milfoil at Lavender Lake prior to 2017 Kid’s Fishing Derby
Joe, Steve N, Steve R, and Mark at 2017 banquet
Chef Frank prepares a feast for the 2017 banquet
2017 Banquet/auction at the Putnam Centennial Center
The big catch of the day at Lavender Lake
WORK PARTIES ARE FUN, EVEN AT 7 DEGREES F.
MORE WORK PARTY FUN:
Bitterbrush planting crew, Sept 2016. Trying to reestablish deer habitat after the Taylor Bridge Fire.
Dick Wolf moving dirt
2015 Infamous Flare Gun Fire
Fishing Derby Fun
Past President Duane Fluent and Past Secretary Steve Tyler. Both gone but not forgotten.
(top) Secretary Cindy Rogers and Treasurer Rita Thurston ready for the banquet. (Bottom) The Essman and Cruse families ready to eat!.
Upper Kittitas County Fish & Wildlife Officer Corey Peterson addresses Hunter Education class at the range.
Club President and Hunter Ed Instructor Mark Bennett explains handgun safety.
New resident at the end of the rifle range.