Category: News Articles

“Upta Camp” – Lakeside Theatre – Sat. Aug 5th @ 7pm

Posted by Kevin - August 2, 2017 - News Articles
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Come step back in time and explore 19th Century Maine Sporting Camp & Outdoor Life in a Rare 3D Experience

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RRG&SA PAYS TRIBUTE to DON PALMER

Posted by Kevin - July 1, 2017 - News Articles
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At the June meeting of the Rangeley Region Guides & Sportsmen’s Association, the organization unveiled a memorial bronze plaque to honor its past president, Don Palmer. With Don’s wife Stephanie, their sons, and grandchildren in attendance, RRG&SA Secretary, Elaine Holcombe, read the inscription. Richard “Don” Palmer 1939-2016 Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association President, 1994-2010 […]

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Story Book Walk on the Tim Baker Trail

Posted by Kevin - June 29, 2017 - News Articles, Tim Baker Trail
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Need a reason to get outside with your family? Come check out the Story Book Walk at the Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association Tim Baker Nature Trail.  RRG&SA and the Rangeley Public Library have collaborated to bring POSSUM AND THE PEEPER by Anne Hunter, a delightful spring story to the trail behind the Clubhouse. […]

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Rangeley Region Skeet & Trap Assoc. July 4th BLAST

Posted by Kevin - June 20, 2017 - News Articles, Sporting Clays and Trap Range
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RRSTA cordially invites members and their guests to participate in our second annual 4th of July range fundraiser. The festivities will start at 10AM on Tuesday, July 4th. This year will feature our new clayshooting sports. All participants will shoot one round of 5-stand sporting clays and one round of skeet. We’ll then break for […]

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Summer 2017 Junior Guides Program

Posted by Kevin - June 5, 2017 - Junior Guides, News Articles
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Are you looking for a great outdoor program for your child this summer?  The Junior Guides Summer Program, recipient of the 2016 Teddy Roosevelt Maine Conservation Award, is for ages 9 through 12 and runs for 6 consecutive Mondays starting July 10th.  We meet each Monday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m at our Clubhouse […]

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Rangeley Skeet & Trap Association opens for 2017 Season

Posted by Kevin - May 9, 2017 - News Articles, Sporting Clays and Trap Range
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On Saturday, May 20, 2017, the Rangeley Skeet and Trap Association will open the gate for the beginning of the clayshooting season. We now offer a 5-stand sporting clays course in addition to trap, skeet, wobble trap, and our traditional sporting clays course.  Beginning this year, RRSTA will be a lead-free clayshooting facility. Only non-toxic […]

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Maine State Modern-Skeet Championship – Sunday, April 30, 2017

Posted by Kevin - April 22, 2017 - News Articles
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On Sunday, April 30th the Arnold Trail Sportsmen’s Association in Sidney, Maine, will host this non-registered shoot.  There will be three 50 target events: Modern-Skeet, Regular Skeet and a modified 5-Stand with trophies to the High-over-all and top two scores in each event.  Fees will be $25 per event.  Lunch will be provided. Shooting will […]

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Dick Moore Inducted into Bird Dog Hall of Fame

Posted by Kevin - March 7, 2017 - News Articles, Uncategorized
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                    Dick Moore of Dallas Plantation recently returned from Grand Junction, Tennessee where he received a Lifetime Patrons Award at the Bird Dog Hall of Fame. The award ceremony is held once a year where individuals and dogs are inducted into the field trial hall of […]

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Letter from Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine (SAM) to Outdoor Partners

Posted by Kevin - January 20, 2017 - News Articles
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To the Fish and Game Club Network and Outdoor Partners: SAM has introduced a number of pieces of legislation to protect sportsmen and gun owners from destructive referendums in the future.  In addition, we have an aggressive legislative agenda to fix state laws.

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SAM – Vote No on Question 3

Posted by Kevin - September 26, 2016 - News Articles
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