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Range Officer Course-May 18

Range Officer Course-May 18

Range Officer Course for New Members. If you already have taken and passed the RO Course and maintained your status you do not need to take this course it is for those without RO status The next Range Officer course will be on Saturday, May 18 Requirement: You must be subscribed to our email list. This fulfills your really responsibility to keep informed. Follow this link www.lfga.club  Bring: 1. 2019 LFGA membership card,  2. photo identiification,  3. a pen and…

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WE need YOU! Tomorrow April 27.

WE need YOU! Tomorrow April 27.

PLEASE JOIN US TOMORROW APRIL 27th for a VERY SPECIAL EVENT and our Annual Shooting Sports Facility Clean Up – lunch provided. LFGA Shooting Sports Facility Spring Clean up runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 all members and their families/friends invited to help keep our excellent facilities in top shape. ALSO, COME BE PART OF LFGA 95 Years of Community Service – Special Event Series 2019 – 11:45 am- 1:30 pm Official Opening and Dedication of the new Southern Alberta…

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Don’t miss this Sat. the 27th!

Don’t miss this Sat. the 27th!

Plean to come on down to a Big Event going on at the Lethbridge Fish and Game Shooting Sports Facility this Sat. the 27th – watch for details! Please note this is also a range clean-up day with a SUPER program planned in the middle. If you want to volunteer to help clean up and participate in the volunteer opportunity email our Volunteer Chair Ms, Selestia volunteer.lfga@gmail.com

NO Means NO

NO Means NO

Range # 3 is for .22lr (long rifle) ammunition ONLY – NO other calibres or variants are allowed. Two members so far have had to retake their RO course for not following this rule. This range has always been .22lr only (unless a special booking and risk assessment has been completed and approved by the Range Operator.) This rule will strictly be enforced to protect the target assets and range infrastructure. It also provides a low-stress environment for those shooters/family…

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Lubrication Required!

Lubrication Required!

Hello Archers,Tom Hopkins our volunteer who looks after the archery range has sent the white archery targets that were on the north range away for repair.  He expects them to be back on the week of the 25th of March.  He advises that the 3D range is still operational but remember to use the correct lubricated arrows for these targets. Using anything but field points that have not been lubricated will damage the expensive 3D targets.   The range allocates…

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Range Officers Course this Sat. Mar. 16

Range Officers Course this Sat. Mar. 16

This Saturday, March 16, 2019’s Range Officer Certification Course* still has vacancies. So register at lfga.ro.network@gmail.com. (*If you already have valid Range Officer status you do NOT need to take this course it is for those who want to become Range Officers) All participants should subscribe to our email list. This fulfils your responsibility to keep informed. Follow this link www.lfga.club Please remember to bring these four things; your 2019 LFGA membership card, photo identification, a pen and $25.00 cash….

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.22lr Open Event Still On!

.22lr Open Event Still On!

95 Year Spirit is strong in these lads!! Dress warm and head on down to the LFGA Shooting Sports Centre for some great .22lr fun!! Yes that’s right, today’s open 22lr Precision Shoot is still on!! Range #3 until 4:00 today. PLEASE, dress WARM as we are out of the wind but it’s still an Alberta winter day out there! Thanks to David and all the volunteers bracing the weather to bring a great event to our facility today! –…

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Our volunteers are awesome – want to work with some?

Our volunteers are awesome – want to work with some?

We are looking for a member who wants to work with LFGA volunteers. Basically the volunteer management role is to have an “inventory” of people who have a desire and skills to help. Then when something comes up we put a “call” out to the list of qualified / interested people and find the help we need to make something happen. So whether we need to release pheasants or do a range cleanup or get some range officers to help…

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