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Northern York County Rod and Gun Club

A Welcome to the

Northern York County Rod and Gun Club

*First Friday of every month – 7:30 PM at the Club House. Board members and Officers meet at 6:30 pm, followed by the general members meeting at 7:30 pm. (If we need to change the day of the meeting, we will try our best to get the word out via email or telephone).

NYCRGC, 50 Lewis Hill Road, PO Box 186, West Newfield, Maine 04095

Questions concerning memberships? Please call:

Club Secretary – Sylvie Lamontagne  207-247-3053

Upcoming Events

*The Officers and Board Members for the upcoming 2024 year were elected at the Club meeting held on December, 01, 2023. The Club Officers and Board of Directors for 2024 are as follows:

2024 Schedule

2024 Officers:
President – Shane Lamontagne,
Vice President – Cindy Peaslee,
Secretary – Sylvie Lamontagne,
Treasurer – Viola Corriveau
2024 Board of Directors:
Chairperson- Bruce Ballard
Todd Corriveau,
Bruce Hill,
Ray Hill,
Shanda Vincent

Current Club Information and Meeting Minutes

The Club is holding it’s next Turkey Shoot on Saturday, July 06, 2024, starting at 11:00 am.

Membership Information

Updated membership forms have been uploaded HERE
 Northern-York-County-Rod-and-Gun-Club-Membership-Application

Perspective members are encouraged to come to a meeting on the first Friday of any month. Please download, print and fill out an application New Member Application, or pick one up when you come to a meeting. Applications are reviewed by our Board of Directors, and then voted on at a monthly meeting. Join us, ask questions about the club and get to know some of the members. We are always making looking for new members who want a great place to shoot, and to be involved in making it a great Club!

Club Safety & Range Rules

Safely First! All shooters have the personal responsibility to make sure that every bullet fired impacts safely in the impact berm/backstop.  All shooting shall be initiated from the proper, approved firing line, at a properly prepared target, placed in the proper location. If you are in doubt as to the correct firing line, target preparation or placement, you should not be using the range in question. DO NOT SHOOT, contact a range safety officer.