North Thompson Fish and Game Club hold open house

The North Thompson Fish and Game Club Society’s (NTF&G) Open House at The Range event held July 8 boasted more than 70 people in attendance, with many new members signing up.

The event, which took place at the organization’s gun range on Gorman Road near Barriere, offered shotgun, handgun, .22 rifle, and archery stations for anyone who wanted to try their hand and/or learn more about firearms or archery.

There was also an introductory session for youth eight to 15 years, and of course a concession and cool places to sit and socialize.

Currently those interested in archery can meet every Thursday evening at 4901 Dunn Lake Road to learn and practice.

For more information call 250-682-2799.



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