Just wanted to remind everyone about our new Face Book page. We have started an all new Face Book page last year and wanted to remind the members. If you go to Ruby Creek Conservation and Recreation Club in the search engine of Face Book you should be able to find us. Also if you like it please hit the like tab. This is all new so please have patience, it’s a work in progress. Thank You.
We’ve registered as a non-profit with Amazon Smile, which means we could receive .05% of any purchases made with RCCRC as the designated recipient.
It’s just a little more work than the usual Amazon transaction, but here is how it’s done.
Go to Smile.Amazon.com , It looks just like the regular Amazon. When you’re ready to check out you’ll be given the choice of who you want to donate to. We’re registered as “Ruby Creek Conservation and Recreation Club”. It will also appear on a line below the search box.
And that’s it, everything else is the same as the regular Amazon experience. Just make sure you go to Smile.Amazon.com
Winners of the Sept 9th drawing; 1st place crossbow, Jennifer Tuggle, 2nd place Trailcam, Terry Crysler, 3rd place $25, Gene Lamb
1st place Savage 243, Kim Haynes, 2nd Electric Snow Shovel, Jeff Stewart, 3rd $50, Bob Cook
Crossbow Raffle Winners; John Bliler, !st prize crossbow, 2nd prize Kurt VandenHeuval, leaf blower, 3rd prize Sally Wade, $25.
This Year’s deer seasons seems quieter, maybe a little less traffic. There also looks to be bigger racks, whether due to new hunting rules or last years disastrous weather, those that got a buck seemed pleased.
The Deer hunters dinner was a little less attended than last year, perhaps because of the opening on a sunday and the decision to hold it the next saturday, but the meal was good and people had a good time.
The clubhouse is closed for the winter, keep us in mind for next year and be sure to pay your dues.