"To put back more than we take"
Steve, Dennis and Kevin (L-R) stand in the hole dug for the trap house foundation.
Kevin(L) looks over the plans for the trap house with Steve(R).
The view down range from one of the pistol lane positions.
Kevin looks over the improvement made to the 25yd pistol range section of the rifle range.
Next Meeting: February 9th, 2020 at 2:30PM.
See the announcement below about paying your range dues.
January is makeup month. RSOs still lacking their twelve volunteer hours are encouraged to use this opportunity to maintain key privileges for 2020. Contact Steve Cox if you have any questions about you hours.
At our December 8, 2019 Chapter Meeting, we would appreciate the members paying their 2020 park fee of $50.00.
Members have the option to pay the park fee:
· on line using PayPal found on our web site.
· At the meeting, we accept cash or a check
· you also have the option to send the payment to our PO Box at: Wildlife Action – Pee Dee Chapter, PO Box 5022, Florence, SC 29502
• Raise Public Awareness to diminishing wildlife habitat
• Effectively secure, protect and manage wildlife habitat
• Protect rivers and wetlands from unnecessary destruction and development
• Work to reduce poaching, trespassing and other illegal and inconsiderate outdoor activities; encourage improved behavior of irresponsible outdoor users
• Educate all people, hunters & non-hunters, that our natural resources belong to everyone & that all should share in the cost & benefits of perpetuating them
• Obtain facts on legitimate issues and bypass emotional causes
• Don't just criticize, offer vital alternatives to problems
• Continue working on valid freshwater and saltwater fishing licenses for all individuals ages 16-65 regardless of the type fishing device used
• Share with our youth the outdoor traditions that we have enjoyed and together work to protect those traditions for future generations
• Support the right to keep and bear arms.
MOTTO: “Local folks solving local problems”
SLOGAN: “To put back more than we take”