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A Job Well Done

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Mono3811, Sep 8, 2009.

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  1. Mono3811

    Mono3811 Member

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    We all complain when things don't go well at a shoot. But, when things go right, we should recognize that as well.
    I shot at Wallum Lake Rod & Gun Club in Harrisville, RI yesterday. It was
    their annual Labor Day program. The grounds looked good, the targets were
    good and consistent on all the fields. The shoot was run well, with lots of
    good help.
    Greg Smith, Dick Hewett, and the rest of the committee put on a good shoot.
    Dick always makes an effort to throw the best targets in this area. He does
    a good job of making every shooter feel welcome. With this effort the crowds
    should be larger. This is the type of club we should all support.
    I'll get off the pulpit now. Tahnks for listening to my sermon.

    Dick Richards
     
  2. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Richard Richards. Tell me it ain't so!
     
  3. Conn. Man

    Conn. Man Member

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    Dick Richards,I didn't get there Labor Day myself,kinda wished I could have.But I want to put in my $.02 worth in.I think Wallum Lake Rod & Gun Club is one of the best shooting clubs in New England are far as the fields and targets and management go's its hard to beat!!!!!I would recommend it to anyone that hasn't been there yet!!!!!!!
    Sandy Holehouse.
     
  4. Frank C

    Frank C Well-Known Member

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    MIA, it is so!

    Dick as for a low turnout, remember that Royalston had a 2 Day shoot labor Day w/e too.
     
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