1/25/18 ~ Banquet sign up is now open!
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FEBRUARY 24, 2018 AT FOREST LAKE AMERICAN LEGION. SOCIAL AT 6PM, DINNER AT 7PM.
Cost of the banquet is $25 per ticket for those who pre-purchase on-line. Payment at the door will be $30.
The menu is Roast Beef with au jus, roasted pork loin and roasted turkey. Yum. There will be fixin’s and salad too.
The trap thrower at the Trap Range is now working.
Board Meeting February 12,2018
General Membership Meeting February 20, 2018
American Legion, Forest Lake MN
2017 Buffalo Winner Bob Saathoff bested the field. Bob compiled the highest points total over the three gong shoots this year at the Harris MN range.
There is a new Match Remote report. Please click this link and download a copy.
At the GRRC Banquet, the Volunteers of the Year were announced. Joe and Jodie were recognized for their years of work with the Junior program. For a dozen years they have stepped up every Thursday night, and provided shooting experiences for hundreds of kids; every summer they took cars full of kids to Camp Perry for two weeks. This is the couple that gets it done! On behalf of the GRRC Juniors and the whole GRRC shooting family, we wish to extend our gratitude for all that you have done, Joe and Jodie!
| The famous Gopher Rifle & Revolver Patch is again on sale. Patches can be ordered on-line or during a general membership meeting. The cost for each 10X7 embroidered patch is $19.99. The cost covers the patch, tax and handling. This is the perfect size patch for the back of a jacket or wind-breaker.
Order yours here: On-Line Patch Or pickup at the next membership meeting.
Remembering Les Eckhardt
Long time GRRC member Les Eckhardt died at the age of 97. Les was a U.S.Army veteran and extremely proud of his service in WWII. Les’ affiliation with GRRC goes back into the 1960s. He was one of the original members who walked through the brush and swamps with a 50 foot chain to make sure GRRC could fit a 1000 yard range into the Harris property that was for sale. Les was a true renaissance man; his knowledge of the nature and the outdoors was unequaled. GRRC owes him so very much for all that he has done for GRRC