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OFFICE HOURS EXPANDED
The NWTFS Office has expanded their hours of operation for the month of October ONLY to help accommodate members wanting to purchase their Gun Range Access Cards. The Office will be open as follows:
- Mon: 9am to Noon, 1pm to 6pm
- Tue: 1pm to 5:30pm
- Wed: 9am to Noon, 1pm to 6pm
- Thu: 1:00pm to 5:30pm
- Fri: 9am to Noon, 1pm to 6pm
- Sat: 9am to Noon, 1pm to 5pm
Joe Tom Could use Your Help
NWTFS is in need of lady guides for this year’s Girls Deer Hunt November 21 – 22.
All lady guides will be 21 or older and require a NWTFS application, that includes a background check.
For more information call 940-692-3158.
BOY’S DEER HUNT INFO
Click here to download Boy’s Deer Hunt information.
NEW GATE TO OPEN!
The automatic gate installed at the Gun Range will be in operation starting October 1st.
If you want to to shoot at the range, please go by our office on Southwest Parkway and purchase a Gate Access Card and declare a personal identification code.
Click here for more details.Contact LeRoy Chaddick at 940-631-8039 if you have any further questions.
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Don Morgan (far right) presented scholarships to three students Emily Sledge, Hannah Baer, and Zack Mahan.Director and Co-Chairman of the Scholarship Committee Don Morgan presented 3 $1,000 scholarship checks to this year’s recipients.
There was a full house at this year’s award presentations to Zack Mahan, Hannah Baer, and Emily Sledge. Don thanked all Directors that helped out with committee selections and wished recipients our best.
friends of the NRA banquet
The Friends of the NRA banquet held late last year yielded a quantity of new equipment for our Youth Marksmanship Program. Several NWTFS Directors such as Larry Carr assisted with the banquet while long time NWTFS members like David Shoop were at the tables supporting this fun event with their time and money.
First and foremost was 25,000 rounds of badly needed rimfire ammunition. One day of rifle and pistol practice with 20 youngsters on the firing lines will easily burn up 1,500 rounds. Five .22 caliber Ruger target pistols and three Ruger American .22 caliber bolt action rifles were added to our inventory along with several spotting scopes and youth size rifle shooting coats.The Youth Marksmanship Program will put these to good use. The hardware will last for years and help train hundreds of youngsters.