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October 17, 2018

Registered Shoots  Two registered shoots on the schedule this weekend. The first is the October Shoot at SpringBank Sporting Club near Adairsville, GA. Registered targets are available on Friday and Saturday, October 19 and 20. You can shoot 100 or 200 targets on either day and re-entry is encouraged.
  The second shoot is the Fall Fun Shoot  at the Meadows on Sunday, October 21. I cant find a program or registration for this shoot but if I do I will post it.

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All NSSA Crossfire members and Hunters are welcome at our registered NSCA shoots!

Non-Registered Events-----October 2018

19 Fr Flint Skeet and Trap Albany Ronald McDonald House Charities
Date changed due to Hurricane Michael
Registration opens at 9 AM, One shoot time beginning at 1030.
19 Fr Forest City Gun Club Savannah Bethesda Sporting Clays Tournament   Program
20 Sa Garland Mountain Waleska Benefits Douglas County Boys and Girls Club Program
Talk around GSCA  ● Congrats to Georgia's Jimmy Warren, HOA at The US Open FITASC, Hermitage
Farm, SC. This shoot was held several weeks ago.
●  A reminder to our clubs that October 27 is an open date. Bear in mind that the Nationals are ongoing during that date. Contact Harvey Schwartz if you want to schedule a registered shoot.
●  It's been a hectic last few weeks and continues to be that way. My wife and I were visiting family in Indiana when Hurricane Michael hit southwest Georgia and Albany in particular.  We came home the day after the hurricane hit to find a neighbors tree on top of our two carports and our Toyota Camry under that mess. Electricity and phone were out and most all food in our refrigerator and freezer spoiled. Very few Albany businesses were open and long lines present at the open businesses.
  Since that time our electricity and phone (phone is gone again) has been restored but the Camry is still under that mess. And if we had been home and the Highlander parked under the carport, it would have been smashed.
  We are very fortunate in that the house did not suffer major damage as many homes in the Southeastern Region did. We hope that you made it through OK.

Regards, John

John F. Letsinger


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