February 21, 2024 Meeting Cancelled

Sorry for the late notice. The February 21, 2024 in person CVSC meeting is cancelled. The speaker was not able to make the meeting, but we anticipate having Yamhill County Sheriff, Sam Elliott, as the March speaker.

A Message From CVSC

All,  We have seen an increase in misuse and damage to the range, particularly on the rifle range.  The target backers are on a schedule to be replaced every 3 months.  Misuse creates more cost for you and the range.  A couple of reminders of section 2.6 of the Range Standard Operating Procedures: The pictures below were  taken 3-4 days after the replacement of …

In Person CVSC January Membership Meeting

For the first time in several years, we will be having an in person membership meeting! The meeting will take place on January 17, 2024 at the Newberg Public Safety Building from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM. Newberg Public Safety Building401 East Third StreetNewberg,  OR  97132 This months agenda will include elections for President and some board members.

Is it too late to renew for 2024?

There is plenty of time to renew your 2024 CVSC membership. We must receive your membership renewal online or in the club PO Box by December 20th at 7:30 PM. In person renewals will NOT be accepted. If you want to receive your new gate key before 2024, you should renew soon. Mailing a key to you may take between …

GSSF June 9th and 10th

Bring your Glock and join in on the fun at the Glock Shoot Sports Foundation match. All skill levels are welcome.

Jonathan Umfleet 1969-2023

Jonathan Umfleet 1969-2023 With heavy hearts, the Board of Directors of the Chehalem Valley Sportsman Club must share that the Club’s President, Jonathan Umfleet, passed away on Tuesday May 9th. Jonathan served as President for 27 years and was, without a doubt, the Club’s strongest advocate and most dedicated volunteer. He worked tirelessly to make CVSC the safe and welcoming …

Saturday April 29 is Range Work Day

Please come out and lend a hand or a shovel to help keep the range looking good. Starts at 8 and ends at noon. Actually if you have a weedeater, we could use some help keeping the blackberries under control.