(How To Stay Legal and Out of Trouble)
Save the date! Noted gun instructor Len Segal presents an all-day class for laymen.
A 6+ hour exploration of Massachusetts gun laws including ample time for your questions and answers. (NOTE: This is NOT the same material you received in a Basic Firearms Class, it is a lot more comprehensive than that).
We are taking registrations to ensure that we don’t exceed the 75-student attendance cap. At least 40 students have already registered, so if you are going to attend, send the Webmaster your name, town, EMail, phone, WSC membership status, and whether you grant Len permission to retain your info for remedial messages (not for marketing).
This class exposes the rumors and presents the facts:
Thanks to a run of dry weather, the roads and parking areas at the WSC which had been closed for mud season are now open again. Vehicles can once again be driven past the pond and parked by the outdoor ranges and the Sporting Clays trailer. As always, travel with care just in case the odd wet spot or low-hanging branch persist. This is just in time for the April 6th changeover to Spring/Summer Sporting Clays on Saturday mornings.
Questions to the President.
The WSC indoor range is once again open for use. The exhaust system has been fixed. Thank you all for your patience and understanding that your safety comes first.
Questions to the Indoor Range chair.
Facebook: Benefit for Dave and Lisa Gilson
YouCaring.com: Fundraising contribution page.
Saturday, November 11th from 7:00PM-12:00 midnight
67 W. Prescott St.
DJ, Raffles, Finger Foods and most of all helping two great people!
From Lisa: In March of 2017, after 40 years of diabetes, insulin and medications, we learned that Dave was in End Stage Renal Failure. His kidneys had failed.
So let’s help Dave & Lisa so they can focus on getting Dave well and not have to worry so much about the money. And to show them they aren’t in this fight alone!
We are asking everyone to donate a gas or grocery gift card for a minimum of $10 or make a $10 cash donation at the door! And if you can’t make it to the VFW hall that night, please consider contributing at Dave’s YouCaring.com fundraising page.
Lisa continues: In April, we visited Mass General Hospital and learned from the transplant team what this journey truly entails. Continue reading