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February 13, 2019
Registered Shoots There are 4 registered shoots on the
schedule for this coming weekend starting on Friday, February 15.
The first shoot is the
I Heart Clays shoot at Garland Mountain near Waleska, GA.
The shoot begins on Friday, February 15 and continues onto Saturday
February 16. 100 targets on either course, shoot one or both. Take a
break between course and have a course offered on the Chef's Chili
The second shoot of the weekend is the
Valentine's Fun Shoot at the Meadows. Three days of targets
starting on Friday, February 15 and continuing through Sunday. The
shoot consists of 100 sporting targets and a 100 target Super
Sporting event. Shoot one or both. Interesting note, scores will not
be posted until all shooting is completed.
Lunch is available as well as a daily payout on the Make A Break. This is
also a Points Race shoot.
The third shoot of the weekend is the
Cabin Fever Breakout at Elbert County near Elberton, GA. The
shoot is on Saturday February 16 and consists of a 100 target main
event and a 100 target Fun Shoot, both NSCA registered. Shoot one or
both, and lunch is included in your main event entry fee.
The fourth and final shoot of the weekend is the
Spring is around the Corner Shoot at Olympia Bend near
Valdosta, GA. The shoot is a 100 target event on Sunday afternoon
February 17. A great chance to try out Jake Wisenbaker set targets.
Talk around GSCA ● Regarding last week's story about GSCA and the
NFL Alumni, Dennis Sweat also helped out on a station and Jeff Akers
helped with registration. I would like to
retract my statement that Charlton Heston, President of the NRA at the time, was
riding in a golf cart. Two other folks that were there and actually saw him
stated that he was riding in a SUV.
● NSCA announced that Georgia has six new Life Members. They are Trey
Graham, Phil McEntyre, Timothy V. Owens, Walter Shealy, Levi A. Singletary and
Jon Kent at Broadfield announced that the 2020 Seminole Cup would be from March
4 through March 8, 2020. You have over a year to get ready! Click on the icon on
the left to add the date to your Google calendar.
● NSCA has announced some changes to the World Cup and Gran Prix events
and the Meadows is a beneficiary of that change. The Meadows has gained the
Trident Cup FITASC Championships on a date to be announced. You can see details
of the changes
here. If I was a guessing man I would pick the dates of May 2-5, 2019.
Late Breaking: NSCA has confirmed these dates.
● After being off the GSCA registered shoot schedule for several years Etowah
Valley near Dawsonville added 3 shoots to our schedule. Welcome back!
John F. Letsinger