The Westford Sportsmens Club is sponsoring a Fishing Derby at our trout pond. Open to all children under the age of 14. Registration starts at 7:30AM, and admission is free! The Derby runs from 8:00AM-10:30AM, rain or shine; prizes are awarded at 11:00AM. Please see our fishing page for more details on how to enter or support the Derby.
A prior year’s retrospective has a gallery of Ken Proulx’s great photos.
We had very mild weather on October 6th for this year’s Open House.
Here’s a preliminary slide show of photos taken by Chuck and Geoff:
There are lots more photos to come!
Contact the Webmaster to have your own snapshots added.
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
WSC has reserved the outdoor pistol range from 7:00AM to 12:00 noon on many weekdays in late October for some urgent training activities by Westford PD.
The rifle range remains open for member use (of any firearm) on all those days.
As always, consult the web calendar before you drive to the range.
Questions to the outdoor range chair.
This years derby went great – we had 197 children from over 33 towns. The largest trout for a girl was 16¼ inches, and the largest trout for a boy was 15½ inches. 122 fish were logged from the 1030 that were put into the pond; and 302 hot dogs were eaten.