Thanks to a run of dry weather, the road leading to the outdoor ranges is now open to member traffic again. Vehicles can once again drive past the pond and park 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 persists.
Al Prescott, WSC President
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.
Your Burning Questions Answered!
Saturday, February 6th
9:00AM–11:00AM, Upstairs Meeting Room, WSC Clubhouse
Sponsored by the NEW Sportswomen Committee
ALL members are invited to come to this special meeting focusing on getting members up to speed on the various activities offered at the Westford Sporstman’s Club. Do you want to meet others and learn more about archery, fishing, indoor pistol, outdoor pistol and rifle, shotgun, sporting clays, hunting and game preserve and/or trap? This is the morning to get your questions answered by a panel of seasoned members. Write your questions down and we’ll make sure you get answers.
Questions and comments to our new Sportswomen committee chair.
Small game, bird and deer season opened in October and we need to all share the WSC grounds. During deer season, do not drive the dirt roads up into the Sporting Clays area beyond the first field unless you have work to do on the Sporting Clays course or you need to haul your deer out. If you are hunting by or past the Sporting Clays course, please park near the intersection by the first field without blocking any roads.
Hunting on the Sporting Clays range and in the Game Preserve is done as follows: