The L'Anse Sentinel, Wednesday, May 31, 2000
The Ottawa Sportsmen's Club will meet Monday, June 5th, at 7:30 p.m. Members and guests wishing to enjoy a grilled steak dinner should come early. Charcoal Master Ron Moilanen always whips up something tasty to enjoy with the steaks which are available at a nominal cost.
The business agenda will include the finalization of plans for the Junior Shooting Sports Camp to be held at the Club grounds June 12 -16. Discussion will also begin for the annual and very popular Sportsmen's Club Turkey Shoot to be held in September. And, although summer's just begun, thought must be given to the annual Club Picnic which is scheduled for August at the Club's Courtney Lake camp ground facility.
An informational program about. the historic Ford Saw Mill at Alberta will be presented by Jack Hornick, President of the Baraga County Historical society.
Club President, Russ Weisinger, wants to give his thanks to the many people who answered the call for help with the spring "Roadside Clean-Up". "The twenty nine volunteers sure made the job easier and their efforts were greatly appreciated, especially in the wet and rainy weather," said Russ.
Mike Harkonen reports a good turn out for the trap shooting sessions, but notes there's always room for more. Shooters who want to test their steady aim and eagle eye should check out this Wednesday evening activity which is open to the public and begins at 6:30 p.m.
The Ottawa Sportsmen's Club meets the first Monday of each month. Any sportspersons with an interest in the club's activities and purpose or in possibly becoming a member is welcome to attend. Membership information is also available from Membership Chairman, Mike Williams, at 338-2507.
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