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We are considering putting in an archery range behind
the clubhouse. We'd like to know if there is any interest before
we actually do it. Please email me if you think this is a good idea.

Summer Hours are 9:00 to 1/2 hour before sunset.

Congratulations to Rob Eckert and Matt Israel
on their election to the Board.

Dick Graham has resigned from the Board.
Don Logan was voted in to fill that seat.

New hats are here!!! The colors are red or blue.
Contact Jim Goody,
852-6252 if you want one. 15.00 each.

TO ALL LIFE MEMBERS! PLEASE EMAIL ME SO I CAN GET YOUR EMAIL. SOME PACKETS WERE RETURNED AS UNDELIVERABLE. I NEED EMAILS SO I CAN GET TO THOSE PEOPLE.

If you know someone who is a life member and he or she has passed, please let me know that too. We will be putting up a memorial plaque for members and we only have our not too young memories of those who have been lost to us.

 

NEW LAW THAT REQUIRES AN ARCHERY LICENSE WHEN HUNTING WITH ARCHERY
EQUIPMENT IN 2017 AND WILL REQUIRE A BOW HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE
As of January 1, 2017 the department will enforce the requirement that a hunter wishing to hunt with bow and
arrow hold a valid archery license.
• The law requires the archery hunters to successfully complete a bow hunter education course prior to
purchasing an archery license or show proof of having held an adult archery license in any year after 1979;
(Nonresidents who can show proof of having held a valid archery license in another state after 1979 or who can
show proof of completion of a bow hunter education course from another state will be able to purchase a
Maine archery license).
• Bow hunters who haven’t already done so are strongly encouraged to complete a bow hunter education course
in 2016.
• The law change will
no longer allow exceptions to hunt with archery equipment on the firearms hunting license.
(Previously an archery license was only required when hunting deer, with bow and arrow during the expanded
archery season and special October archery season on deer.) Instead bow hunters must hold a valid archery
license.
• Bow hunters can sign up for an education course in their area by going to:
http://www.maine.gov/ifw/education/safety/archery.htm

Note: The department will be taking an educational approach on this change during 2016 to allow hunters time to
complete a bow hunter education course. There will be several announcements sent out during the year reminding
hunters to take a bow hunter education course this year in anticipation of the change in 2017. Inland Fisheries &
Wildlife will be offering many of these courses throughout the State to accommodate hunters.

Now accepting new members!

Keep speed slow on the road and in the parking lot. BE ALERT!


Orientations dates have changed. See Membership tab for schedule.

 

Beginning January 1, 2015, only checks or money orders will be accepted.

NO CASH FOR ANYTHING!

 

The club is under 24/7 video . It is monitored and recorded 24/7. Look around. You can see all the cameras and they can see you!

ALL SHOTS MUST GO INTO THE BERMS!!!
THE SHOOTING UP OF THE GROUND IN FRONT OF THE RIFLE RANGE HOUSE MUST STOP! THE CHANCE FOR A RICOCHET OFF THE GROUND LEAVING THE AREA IS TOO GREAT. IF YOU ARE CAUGHT YOUR MEMBERSHIP WILL BE REVOKED!

We are also looking for help doing grounds keeping and maintenance. Call Jim Goody if you can help out.

 No explosive targets or substances . No steel targets. No tracers or flare type ammunition and no fireworks on the grounds of Orrington Rod And Gun Club!

Immediate revocation of Membership will occur on any offense!

Supervise your children! Do not let them run free while you are shooting! No child under 18 is allowed on the rifle or pistol range unless shooting! See rule 11 on the rules page.

If you are not getting emails, news, raffle tickets or any communication from the club please call Mark Buongirno at 825-3828 or send email (preferred) to mbuongirno@yahoo.com so we can get your correct email address and physical address.