Club is OPEN to Members and General Public
We ask all shooters and observers follow distancing protocols (at least six feet distance) in all areas of the Club. We are trying to restrict the numbers of people in the clubhouse itself to no more than two in addition to the cashier at any one time. People in the clubhouse are strongly encouraged to wear masks.
Please see memo for additional information. Many thanks to our board and volunteers for all their efforts to get the club reopened in a safe and compliant way!
Winter Hours go into effect on Thursday Nov. 5th
Winter hour change begins Saturday, November 5th and Thursday hours will change to 2 – 5 p.m.
Club will close for winter after shooting on Saturday, December 12th and will re-open Saturday, February 6th, 2021
PLEASE CALL AHEAD DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER to determine status of fields
JOIN US FOR THE CHRISTMAS CRUNCH BUDDY SHOOT DECEMBER 12TH
There is still time to participate in the LYNDEN SKEET LEAGUE
The Lynden Skeet League is a fun competitive skeet league for members at Lynden Shotgun Club. The league runs through the end of October and there is still time to give it a try. Click HERE for more information and check out the Weekly Score Sheet to see what the competition looks like – There’s still time to give Jim and Don a run for their money!
FIFTH ANNUAL LYNDEN VINTAGE DOUBLES A SUCCESS
This year we had a small turnout due to the border closure and Wuhan – 0nly two squads but the competition for the five buckles was intense. There was some smoke from the forest fires but no one used that as an excuse for missing!
HOA with a 79 – Stuart Wolfe
Skeet Doubles 19 – Les Hyatt
5-stand 20 – Ian McNabb
Trap with the first 25 scored in 5 years of side x side competition – Jim Cleave
Skeet 21 – Larry Flynn in an exciting shoot off with Doug Curtis
Sherry recorded the scores with her usual efficiency.
And as usual the highlight of the day was an excellent ham and turkey luncheon prepared and served by Windy McNabb.