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Volunteers Needed

We are still in need of responsible individuals that would be willing to open the club. Please contact Cheryl Henderson at 963-0893 if you are willing to be trained to open and man the clubhouse for a shift or two. Please remember this is a member owned club and if everyone did a little no one person would have to do a lot. There have been several complaints that the club house was not open during it posted hours, please bear in mind if no one volunteers then the clubhouse will remain closed. Members this is YOUR club too and we all need to do our part. I am also looking for volunteers for the May 10 Gun Raffle.

Wed Archery League

Our Wed Archery League concluded with a banquet at the Club on April 5th. Results of our 12 week competition as follows:
1st Mike Collins & Jim Green, 2nd Jon Jaquin & Mike Parish, 3rd John Pavel & Gary Faucett. High average went to Jim Burdic with an average of 299.3, most improved shooter was Cathy Cardinali. We had 2 new members of our 300 Club Tom Hains and Gary Faucett. Contact John Pavel with any concerns over the League for next year.

Turkey Jamboree April 19th

This year the 9 to 11 year olds will be in the morning from 9am until 11;30 12 to 15 year olds will be from 12:00 until approx. 3pm This year there will be a lot of outdoor activities so be dressed to be outside. For information and to register call Tom at 315-343-4734 or Lou Ann 315-409-6566. The following sunday is the jr. turkey hunt.

April 1st SCOPE Rally in Albany

Get on the Bus for the April 1st SCOPE Rally in Albany Against the SAFE Act!

Let’s show the politicians in Albany that we don’t want the SAFE Act and that we won’t just “get over it.” We need to show them that we don’t want anymore gun control. To reserve a seat send check for $30 made out to “Pathfinder F&G Club” to John T Pavel, 3091 State Route 48, Oswego, NY 13126. Include your email address and phone number. Questions(?), call John at 343-6368 (evenings/weekends).

Tompkins County Deer Management Focus Area

NY Dec source
DEC has established a Deer Management Focus Area in central Tompkins County to intensify use of hunting to assist communities in the Ithaca area with the burden of overabundant deer populations. The focus area program (PDF brochure, 1.1 MB) is established to reduce total deer populations within the focus area by providing more time and more tags to hunters who can gain access to huntable land. DEC plans to evaluate this new approach over the next several years and, depending on the results, will consider designation of other locations as deer management focus areas.
Tompkins county dmfa pdf map