Please note the cancellation of Sporting Clays in July & August.
Due to a number of factors like the potential fire hazard, vacationing volunteers and vacationing shooters etc, there will be no Sporting Clays hosted by the P/Q club at the Dorman Range in July or August.
The range will be open for regular trap and skeet.
Please note – a modern watch was found on the range last Wednesday. If this is yours, see Dave Vaton.
And for your interest, I am attaching the latest Dorman Range newsletter which will be published shortly on the Club’s website.
Dorman Newsletter-Summer 2018
“All Round” Shoot at Dorman Range
Be ready for the “All Round” Shoot on May 26. This shoot is a fund raiser for the BCWF Action Fund. There will be lots of prizes, and of course, a delicious lunch.
There will be 115 ‘birds’ altogether: 25 handicap, 25 wobblers, 15 skeet (4 each at positions 1, 4, & 7 and 3 at position 8) and 50 sporting clays on Stations 6 to 10.
Come on out!
Please find below the Dorman Schedule for 2018
2018 DORMAN SCHEDULE
Here you will find the link to the February Member Update – enjoy!
Please find below the latest Dorman Range Newsletter for Feb 2018 – enjoy!
Please find below the Dorman Range Newsletter for October 2017
Dorman Range Newsletter – October 2017 – Ron
IMPORTANT NOTICE –
PQF&G will be cancelling their sporting clays on this Saturday, July 22. The woods are too dry and dangerous – we can’t risk a fire.
Apologies to everybody. Hopefully in August we will have some rotten weather.
Thanks, Dorman Range
Welcome to Spring. We are still waiting for some extended periods of sunshine. I guess the flowers and trees appreciate the frequent rainfalls but at least we haven’t had any snow for a while now, and the temperature has warmed up.
This report is a little lengthy as it goes back to the March 25 Sporting Clays. That event was dedicated to the Oceanside Stroke Recovery Society. We had a record (or near record) turnout for the shoot, with 102 shooters. The lunch for this event was prepared by the ladies of the Oceanside Stroke Recovery Society. They had also prepared the lunch for the February Sporting Clays. Thanks very much, ladies; the lunches were delicious.
We were able to donate $2,865 to their program.
As in all our Sporting Clays shoots, the shooters are placed in various classes; Class A for the good shooters, right through to Class E for the novice shooters. For the March 25 Sporting Clays, the high Class A shooters were Brian Royan with an 89, James Wicks with an 87, Jared Earthy with an 86, Ron Stubbings with an 81 and Tom Dawes with an 80. For Class B, the high shooters were Bill McNeilly with an 84, Dane Hryhoryshen and Jack Morgan with 81’s, and Darren Perrens (our caretaker) with an 80. All together there were 11 people in the 80’s and 12 people in the 70’s. The average score was 59.
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