Just left the range to reopen it. All cards are active again. The gate latch is a bit off center again and riding high, so you’ll need to push it a bit to open/close. I’ll get that adjusted as soon as I can find the right tool. So you are welcome to shoot in the cold wet weather if you like. Some additional painting is going to be done, so if that bay is being painted, come back when its open or wait for painter to finish up.
We’re getting some nice quality painting done, and we need to get it done right. So, we’re closing the range down temporarily for all work to get done safely, along with some other maintenance. So, the range is closed now and we expect work to be finished and ready to re-open on Wednesday, December 30th. So please hang onto your firearms and ammo until New Years, as we’ll be busy ’til then. Thank you for your understanding. Stay tuned for any updates.
Ok folks, i’ve sprayed 4 mesquite trees with orange paint that are in the north and northwest side of the building, so you know which ones to cut. These trees need to disappear down to the ground for eventual parking space. So, bring your chainsaws and hacksaws. You cut it, you keep it. First come, first serve. These are the first 4 that need to go. After they are gone, we shall take measurements and see how many more we need to remove. Be safe, and its better to do it in the winter than the summer! So get cutting. 🙂
Welcome Ladies and Gents! This month was our first meeting in our new building on site. We no longer meet at the Pharr Kiwanis Building, so no need to head out there. All future meetings will be conducted at the range.
Sign up starts: 9:00am
Contact info Mark Self 956-778-9730
A good short read on steel targets. This is a reminder to use appropriate steel for the caliber of bullet you are shooting.
9am – 10am
Pharr Kiwanis Club
Corner of W. Park and Bluebonnet
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*REGULAR MEMBERSHIP SESSIONS*
*Sunday, Sept. 7th
1:00 pm at the range
Saturday, September 27th marks the 42nd annual National Hunting and Fishing Day, an enormous grassroots effort to promote outdoor sports and conservation. Organizations around the country stage events to provide Americans with the opportunity to experience, understand, and appreciate the outdoor sports.
So, if you are going to be heading out to your hunting blind soon, then you need to come on out to the range and sight in your scope! See you at the range.
August is a busy month for us and for you too. As such, we are hosting additional meetings in order for people to join the club.