Let’s see….what is this Sunday – oh it’s the 3rd Sunday of the month – I wonder if Lower Merion is having their meat shoot.
This coming Sunday 9/15 @ 10am Lower Merion will be hosting their monthly meat shoot.
This month, we will be shooting for Pork Loins . . That’s 3 Pork Loins per prize – enough meat for 8 squads….
EAGLES don’t play until Sunday Night….so there’s no excuse…..Come on out and join us.
WELL we did again – another successful Lower Merion Meat shoot today in spite of a super hot and humid day. THANKS to all who attended and a SUPER THANKS to all the volunteers who made for a very successful shoot.
These events don’t just happen – it takes dedication and hard work to make the day/shoot successful and when you add in a very hot and humid day, it’s even more impressive.
MEAT SHOOT – SUNDAY Aug 18th @ 10am
Our monthly meat shoot will be this coming Sunday.
We will be shooting for Hatfield Pork Loins / 3 loins per prize / 4 prizes per event / 8 events / $9 per event !
Come on out…you know it’s going to be a great time (no Eagles game to watch)
One of the main events of the club’s year is our annual Fall Outing. There isn’t a better way to spend a Saturday as we say goodbye to summer and hello to fall.
You really won’t find a better time or place to hang out with your friends & family and at the same time meet some new members, make some new friends, shoot some trap, share some food and enjoy a hay ride or two and savor the delicious roasted pig. Oh, I don’t want to forget there’ll be plenty of some of the best corn on the cob that exist in the county.
Please mark your calendars, call your friends and make plans to spend a great relaxing afternoon.
If you have any questions, please email me at LMRGC@yahoo.com
THX and we hope to see everyone there.
On Sunday, June 23rd we hosted our annual Memorial Shoot. The weather was great and 29 shooters came out and shot. Fred Surianno shot a 99 out of 100 to win A Class. There was a 6 way tie for B Class with a score of 84. They went to the 16 yrd line a shot 25 for a tie breaker and we still had a 3 way tie. We stepped back to the 20yrd line and went sudden death and Bob Griffith came away a winner. Class C was won by Jeff Williams with a 80.
I want to thank everybody who came out to shoot and also all of our volunteers who did all of the work. Karen Sabo ran the kitchen and made great breakfast sandwiches and Soppy Joes