Archery shoot and Skeet shoot October 5th 2014

Sponsored by the Mcleansville Wildlife Club and the Guilford Bow Club

WHAT: Children sportsman safety aware and education archery shooting and shotgun clay pigeon (skeet) shooting.

WHO: Children ages 15 yrs old and younger with parental consent and limited adult participation consistent with time availability.

WHEN: 2 PM Sunday October 5th with rain date of October 12th.

WHERE: Guilford County firing range on County Farm Road off NC 61 near Gibsonville.

SPECIFICS: The bow club will provide bows and instructors. The wildlife club will provide, courtesy of the Friends of the NRA, safety items and shotgun shells consisting of 12, 20, 28, and 410 gauge and clay pigeons. Adults are encouraged to bring their own shotgun(s).

HEAD COUNT: Positive head count of adults and children, by age, is needed no later than September 15th. Please respond to Curtis Ring via email, phone 336 707-8841.
Or Don Michael at Mcleansville Barber shop 336 697-8459.

The Guilford County Sheriff's Department will oversee this event.

March, 30 2014 Register to Win A Lifetime Hunting and Fishing License for children under 12

A drawing to win a lifetime hunting and fishing license will be held March 30th.

  Pizza will be served, free to the children under 12 and $10 dollars for everyone else.

Tickets are available with a cutoff date of March 20th.

  1. The Guilford Bow club has offer to give a rod & reel to the first 50 kids who come out on the 30th of March and register to win the Lifetime License.
  2. Also the person who sales the most tickets will receive the commemorative knife a $52 value so please keep records of who we sell to.


April, 7 2014 Our Annual Bluebird House Project

Club members will meet on April 7th at 8:00am at Sedalia elementary school. Then we will meet at Gibsonville elementary school around 10:00am, followed by lunch at the clubhouse. Finally, around 1:00pm we will meet at McLeansville elementary school to assist the 5th grade children in assembling the Blue Bird Boxes.

Note: Arley will need assistance in drilling nail holes in the box materials before they can be assembled.