Amy Carber from Sportsman’s Table will be the guest speaker at our March Membership meeting. She will be presenting techniques for Wild Game preperation and recipes. Handouts will be available at the meeting as well as samples for tasting.
After over a decade of service to the Club Art Forgione has retired from the position of President and turned over the helm to Doc Satterfield.
The Club recognized Art’s years of service with a dinner at the club house and in attendance were some of the members that have worked with Art to make this Club what it is today.
An Advanced Bow Hunter education program is being held at the Falls Township Club on August 16, 2014 in conjunction with the PA Game Commission. One of our own instructors from BCFG will be helping teach this class.
Anyone interested in attending should contact Bryan Young at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Effective January 1st 2014 the President and Vice President who were on the November ballot stepped down from their respective offices, as noted in the minutes of the December BOG & Membership meetings.
In accordance with the By-Laws of BCF&G specifically Section #3 “In the event of a vacancy in any of the offices of the Association, such vacancies shall be filled by the Board of Governors at the next meeting”, the Board of Governors on January 24th 2014 has elected Robert (Doc) Satterfield to serve in the position of President, and Charlie Ziccardi to serve in the position as Vice President for a term of one year.
At the present time there are several seats on the board of governors vacant, if any member is interested in serving on the BOG please contact any current member of the BOG with your contact information.
Pleas download renewal forms from this web site in either PDF format or Word format. Also make note of the PO Box address change on the new forms.
During a cease fire all shooters are to move behind the RED line and absolutely no handling of firearms or ammunition is permitted. The only exceptions are hanging or changing targets, setting up a chronograph, or retrieving your brass.
On the second Saturday of each month at 9:30 am our Range Officers hold an orientation meeting for new members in which they discuss the range rules and safety on the ranges. This program is also open to any current members who would like a refresher course on using the ranges. The program takes only about 30 minutes.
Bucks County Fish & Game is currently looking for additional Range Officers to augment our existing staff of Range Officers.
Anyone interested in becoming a Range Officer should come to the Range Officers meeting on the 2nd Saturday of the month. All applicants must be an active member in good standing and be willing to spend time at the range strictly as a range office, not shooting.
Accepted applicants will be trained in the clubs rules as well as what conduct is expected of a RO. They must be willing to address members in a respectful and courteous manner while informing members of the club rules and of any infractions committed. All Range Officers serve on a volunteer basis only and the tenure is reviewed each year.
The process for becoming a member at Bucks County Fish & Game has been updated.
Applications for New Membership will no longer be taken at the General Membership meeting.
All Applications for Membership will be accepted on the Second Saturday of every month at 9:30 AM at the club house. Each applicant must be there in person to present their application & indemnification forms along with their first years dues. At that time they will attend a safety orientation. The safety orientation will consist of a class discussion on the Club’s safety & range rules as well as a tour of the facility explaining the process of using the ranges at Bucks County Fish & Game. Each individual will be given their own copy of the range rules.
On the fourth Thursday of the month (exception of November, Third Thursday) the applicants will attend a general membership meeting (7:30) at which time they will be given a short test on their knowledge of the safety & range rules. All applicants who pass the test will be voted into the club at the end of the membership meeting. Any individual who does not pass the test will be refunded their applications fees and if they desire can attend another orientation the following month.
All forms necessary for application can be downloaded from the membership section of this web site or they can be picked up at the Club House.
We have had several inquires concerning Range Rules. Please direct all questions concerning Range Rules & Safety to email@example.com PLEASE DO NOT SEND GENERAL CLUB QUESTIONS TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS!!!