“WELCOME TO THE MUDJAW BOWMEN ARCHERY CLUB”

 

GETTING READY FOR THE WILD GAME DINNER

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FEBRUARY IS ALREADY HERE!!!

Web Page is being updated as the days go by. It is a learning process, hopefully it will keep everyone up to date on Mudjaw activities. If anyone has items of interest to post contact Bill Hassall at william.hassall@att.net   

FYI, the log in tab on page is for administrative purposes it is not needed to view the web pages.  Just click on an item in the banner on top of page. 

Activities going on at this time:

February 3rd at 6:15 pm will be a General Membership Meeting at the club. Information of Club happenings are available at these meetings, the floor is always open for questions. This is followed by the Wednesday Evening Indoor Hunter League. This league has had a great turnout of shooters.

Thursday evening at 7 pm has an indoor Traditional League shooting.  

Friday Evenings at 6:30pm a JOAD Program is working with a few youngsters

Saturday Mornings a few members are spending time in the kitchen preparing the food for the upcoming Wild Game Dinner. If you have a bit of time come on out.

Sunday is a day to relax, watch the big football game and eat good food.

Monday evenings at 7 pm the club has been set up as an open night of shooting for young individuals learning to shoot. Parents are also spending time helping their kids and shooting with them making this a family evening. Hope to see  more FAMILIES shooting together.

Tuesday at 7 pm an Indoor Spot League isshooting.

NEXT OPEN OUTDOOR SHOOT WILL BE MARCH 6TH WITH A SETUP ON THE 5TH.

A LOT OF ACTIVITY STARTING. I HOPE TO SEE MANY MEMBERS ENJOYING AND SUPPORTING THE ACTIVITIES OF YOUR CLUB.   

 

MUDJAW BOWMEN WILD GAME DINNER

MUDJAW BOWMEN 28th ANNUAL WILD GAME DINNER WILL BE HELD SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2016 AT MUDJAW BOWMEN ARCHERY CLUB LOCATED AT 6240 BENORE RD. TOLEDO, OHIO.   THIS IS A STAG EVENT AND YOU MUST BE 21 TO ATTEND.   DOORS OPEN AT 5PM.  CALL FOR TICKETS AT (734) 848-4097 OR (734) 4984. THEREARE A LIMITED  NUMBER OF TICKETS TO BE SOLD. PRICE OF TICKET $30.   ANY UNSOLD TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS.

MAY 7th will be the BOWHUNTER EDUCATION CLASS please see information about this class. Posted under tab at top of page.

DID YOU KNOW?..                                                                                                                            Mudjaw Bowmen has a rewards account with Gordon Food Service. If you shop at Gordons  and don’t use the rewards points, they can be added to Mudjaw Bowmen’s program. Just tell them at checkout. The more points we gather, the greater our cost savings can be for the Wild Game Dinner and other activities.

NEEDED:     We had 30 ton of stone added to the parking lot and drive but we could use additional stone. Stone can be obtained from a quarry close to the club at half the cost we paid for the delivery of what we have gotten. The stone is sold with a minimum load of one ton, if anyone would have access to a truck that could haul this please let us know.

An additional 40 ton of stone was put into parking area and drive on Feb 8, 2016. This is an ongoing project as stone can be obtained and weather is good.

Need to make paper targets for everyday shooting and for open shoots. Would you be able to help? Also we have an overhead projector to broadcast pictures to wall to make targets, we are looking for pictures that could be used for a good target, if you come across a picture that could be used please bring it to the club.

BIG GAME AWARDS BANQUET                                                                                        Hopefully hunting season has been successful to Mudjaw members this year. On April 23rd Mudjaw Bowmen will hold a Game Awards Banquet to award successful hunters. Be sure to fill out an application for your award. The banquet is a pot luck dinner open to all club members, families and friends. Awards are also given for the winter leagues at this time.  The evening is intended to have all the leagues as well as youth groups and 4-H groups attend and present awards to their groups and a bit of information on achievements. Awards Banquet raffles and auction help to support the club. Please consider donating an item(or items). Without the generosity of it’s member Mudjaw would not be what it is. “THANKS” There are raffles held during the evening, many of the raffle items are donated by members, if you have items around that could be used and would like to donate them they would be appreciated.  Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy the evening not just hunters and league shooters, this is a club event open to all members, family and friends.

If you would have meat, rabbit, coon, deer, etc,  for Wild Game Dinner the freezer in entrance hallway is turned on and meat can be put into it, your donations are appreciated.

WINTER LEAGUE SCHEDULE:                                                                           LEAGUES ARE OPEN TO MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS

Monday evenings at 7 pm a youth shooting night

Indoor Spot League began Tuesday December 8, 2015

Indoor Hunter League began Wednesday January 6, 2016 a good turnout, lots of shooters hope to continue throughout the year.

Indoor Traditional League began Thursday January 7, 2016

Friday evenings at 6:30 the JOAD youth meet, there is plenty of room for additional youngsters to shoot.

Hope to see a lot of shooters come out for a good time

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Please review the event pages of the website for more events.

The Wild Game Dinner will be coming up as well as the Reverse Raffle and the Game Awards Banquet. Tickets for the Wild Game Dinner are now available. Be sure to get involved with all club events.

Aluminum cans have generated cash to obtain gasoline to maintain the club grounds during the summer. Please continue to drop off uncrushed cans at the club to help keep the club grounds groomed.

Also the tabs are being collected separately for school projects.

The club is looking for old concrete to shore up the creek banks around the bridges. Over the years the creeks is getting wider and the bridges are getting shorter. If you have access to used concrete pieces please bring them in.