Apr 25

Pitch-in & Pinch a Tail…

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Saturday, May 7th, 2016 a bunch of us are pitching in and having a non-club sponsored crawfish boil at the TRHC pole barn around 2-3pm and we’d love to have you join us. They’ll be food, fellowship, fun & festivities. All eaters will be asked to pitch in to help cover the cost. Donation amounts will be based on the total cost. RJ is picking them up in Louisiana so we don’t expect the cost to be any more than $10.00 max per person. We’ll need an accurate headcount so we know how many mudbugs to buy. *Make dat RSVP with Tina prior to 04/30/16; 850.572.2991. *The last day to cancel your RSVP is also 04/30/16.

 

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Apr 18

THE CLUB SHOOTING RANGE IS CLOSED!

THE CLUB SHOOTING RANGE IS CLOSED!

Recently the power company cleared all trees and brush that served as a shield between the range and the river. This caused an extremely unsafe shooting environment. We will be revamping the range over the next couple months and will let everyone know when it is safe to target practice.

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Mar 30

Pay & Play Cookout April 16th, 2016 – Due’s Paid in Full Deadline April 20th, 2016…


The next membership cook-out is scheduled for April 16th. This is a great opportunity for members to pay their final 2016/2017 membership dues remaining balance. There will be cash & prize raffles along with horseshoes, corn-hole and good ole’ fashion fellowship.


 

The absolute last day to pay 2016/2017 remaining membership dues is April 20th, 2016. Our lease must be paid in full no later than May 1st, 2016. If your dues have not been received by the deadline, you are at risk of losing your membership and deposit. We have several individuals on the waiting list chomping at the bit to pay in full; immediately. Each and every one of you are thought of as family and we would hate to lose you. Nonetheless, we have to look out for the entire membership family and make sure the lease is paid on-time.

 


 

 

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Mar 29

FL Concealed & Carry Class Offered at Two Rivers…

Two Rivers Hunting Club officers and board members are excited to offer certified Florida concealed weapons training classes to club members and their families. The first class will be held Sunday, April 24th, 2016 from 10:00am to 3pm; at the pole barn. Class fees are $70.00 per student. Classes typically require 5 hours to complete including lunch and range time. Please bring firearm (pistol) and ammunition to complete the range test (reminder: please keep all firearms unloaded around the pole barn and sign-in area). A limited amount of 9mm pistols will be supplied by the instructors. Students planning to use instructor supplied firearms must bring their own 9mm ammo. Classes are limited to fifteen student’s per-day. If you wish to participate in the first class, please RSVP (See RSVP contact details below) ASAP. Submitting a RSVP does not guarantee your spot in any given class on any given day. Only the first fifteen RSVP’s received will be contacted to attend a scheduled class. Future classes will be scheduled based on interest.  Class size minimum is five students. Limited to two students per membership; per class.

Once you complete a TRHC concealed weapons class, the instructor will issue a diploma to each passing student. This diploma can be taken to the Warrington Tax Collector Office in Escambia County Florida (by appointment only) at 4051 Barrancas Avenue, Suite A, for electronic filing.

Appointments can be made online or by calling 850-438-6500 x3252.

By filing electronically, students should receive their concealed weapons permit within 2-3 weeks; vs. the old mailing way where permits take 6 to 8 weeks or more to receive.

 Q: I have my Alabama concealed weapons permit, “why should I attend”?

A: Alabama concealed weapons permits reciprocate in half as many states as Florida. Only around twenty states honor Alabama concealed weapons permits while over forty states honor Florida concealed weapons permits.

Q: What identification are students required to bring and what about drinks and food?

A: Identification is not required for the class but you may want to bring your valid driver’s license. Name on diploma must match driver’s license when filing for FL concealed weapons permit. Lunch will be served. Bring your favorite beverage. No alcohol until after the class.

 

*Participants Must RSVP with Danny Hill by April 16, 2016

 P > 850.377.4306 – E > [email protected]

 

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Mar 25

Proposed Alabama Whitetail Deer & Feral Swine Baiting Law…

As many of you are aware; Alabama State Representative Alan Boothe [R] recently introduced House Bill 43 “HB43” which would allow baiting whitetail deer and feral swine only from a container, tub, trough, or timed mechanical feeder. The bill passed the Agricultural and Forestry committee February 02, 2016. A motion to adopt the bill passed and was engrossed by the House on February 18, 2016. On

March 1st, 2016 the house referred HB43 to the Senate committee on Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry. HB43 is now waiting for the senate rules committee to move HB43 to the senate floor. The senate can choose to vote on HB43 or let it die on the senate floor.. It’s up to Rep. Alan Boothe to contact the senate to push HB43 for introduction to the senate floor. Contact Rep. Alan Boothe (334-242-7710) if you wish to have the bill pushed for vote or to express your disagreement with the bill.

If HB43 baiting bill passes, TRHC board and officers will meet to determine the most impartial and affordable approach to baiting. Once a determination is made, members will be issued an amendment to the 2016/2017 rules. Currently, TRHC members are NOT allowed to bait animals of any type in any manner within club property boundaries. Placing corn in club maintained feeders along roads and salt/mineral blocks within perimeter of club maintained food plots is permitted.

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