We are changing the date of our June meeting to Tuesday night June 18th. We are doing this to accommodate Rep. Bill Post’s schedule. He will be our honored guest that night. He has been one of the few “gun guys” representing us in the Oregon State Legislature. We are very excited to have him at our meeting. The meeting will start at 6:30pm at the Newberg Public Safety Building.
On Wednesday April 17th at 6:30 pm at the Newberg Public Safety Building, Stan Pate will be our guest speaker. Having started his competitive shooting career in the Marine Corps Stan has become a long-time factory shooter for Savage Arms and other related companies as well as a member of the U.S. F-T/R Team. Stan has enjoyed a great career as a member of the U.S. F-T/R Team competing in many different countries around the world resulting in a variety of medals and awards that include setting at various times 13 national records, some still standing today. Having competed in two consecutive World Championships the first in 2009 where he managed to collect gold medals for wins, a silver for an aggregate medal, and the overall Bronze medal in the individuals for a podium finish as well as becoming the first person to qualify as Internationally Distinguished. In the 2013 World Championships he brought home a gold medal earned in the team matches.
When: Tuesday Evenings 6:30 – 8:00 PM April 30th – June 18th Where: CVSC Bay 3 Cost: $20 per student (for entire 8 weeks) Contact: Whit Middlecoff (email@example.com) Phone: (503) 758-9053
The Youth Shooting Program is an 8 week instructional class for students 18 years old and younger. In addition to stressing safety, the class focuses on fundamental rifle marksmanship by teaching the steady hold factors for field position shooting (prone, sitting, kneeling and standing). Additional concepts include: the 6 steps of firing a shot; sling use as a stability aid; Natural Point of Aim; and zeroing your rifle using inches, minutes and clicks.
We will utilize NRA A-17 targets which will give students the opportunity to pursue the NRA Marksmanship / Winchester qualification awards. If students already participates in the Winchester program, they can continue their advancement with this course. Since the course builds on the previous week’s instruction it is imperative that students do not miss class. The first two classes (4/30 and 5/7) are mandatory and if students can’t attend these first classes, they will not be able to proceed with the rest of the course.
The course is for rimfire (22 LR) only and ammunition will be provided for all students. Students are welcome to bring their own rifles if they have them. If not, the club will have loaner equipment available. Additional information will be provided at signup. We look forward to teaching the next generation of marksmen.
Please contact Whit Middlecoff with any questions and to register up your child for this program. Class size is limited to 20 students.