Contrary to a previous post, this venue must remain closed to all firearms until there is an official inspection of the work completed there.
The area may be used for archery only.

3-D Archery, 1 day shoot will be April 07
Check out Facebook for details or call Dustin Oakley at 250-402-8132.

To all the members of the Banquet Committee, the Executive & banquet chair, Traven Huscroft for another successful fundraising event.  The sell out crowd really enjoyed the evening.

Congratulations also to Sportsman of the Year, Annette Rocca and new Life Member, Tim Wayling, who were honoured for their service to the Club and to the community.

Please follow all range safety rules and commands when shooting.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING:  Monday, Feb. 04, 7:00 at the Library.
James Barber will give a presentation on the past hunting season.
Officers will be elected and volunteers for committees recruited.
If you are concerned about the state of wildlife in our region or other Club activities, come out and get involved.  Our Club and our outdoor traditions need your help.

Scoring for the Trophy competition will take place this Sunday, Jan. 13 at the Library from 12:00 to 5:00.

First session will be Jan. 15, 7:00 to 9:00 at Wynndel Hall, every Tuesday until the end of February.

Tickets are now available at Mawson's, Wynndel & Paul's Superette.  Still only $40 for adults and $20 for youth.  They sell out every year so buy early!

Harvey Andrusak, President of the BC Wildlife Federation, will attend and give a presentation on Kootenay Lake.  Make plans to attend this great opportunity to hear about our Federation.

The Berms are as high as an elephant's eye (actually much higher).  Two years work involving lots of money and volunteer hours have been completed and should keep the inspector happy, leading to the opening of all venues.
Many thanks to the team of Tim Wayling, Les Buhr and Bill Chiste who coordinated this effort.  Also to Eli and Kevin Hedlund and Rory Sorenson who completed the work in a cost effective manner.

Now available at the usual outlets: Mawson's, Paul's Superette, Wynndel Foods.

New Meeting Location:
Next year Club meetings will be held at the Creston Public Library.
7:00 on the first Monday, October to June.

The lake is receiving a lot more use for youth-oriented activities.  Be sure to check on Facebook to avoid over-crowding.  Call 428-4355 if you wish to book a group event.
The Club's investment in maintaining this site is really paying off for the community!

FAMILY FISHING DAY - JUNE 15  (for CVRG members).
Celebrate family, fathers, fishing & fun.  Starts at 10:00.
FREE fishing derby for youth with many prizes.
FREE burgers & hot dogs while they last.

Locks have changed at the Range & Mawson Lake:
Combo is on your membership card which you must have at the Range; do not share!
Procedure is on the post "Kidd Creek Rifle Range."

The Club maintains a number of committees to further our goals.  Some of the main ones include:  Range, Mawson Lake, Archery, Wildlife, Fisheries and Trophy Committees.
Get involved and help out your community.  Contact a member of the executive or of the committee you are interested in.
Find committee contacts by clicking of the Pages to the left.

3-D Archery Shoots:  (Contact Dustin Oakley at 402-8132)

Compulsory Inspection:
Note that several animals have been added to the list for compulsory inspection in Region 4.  Check the Regulations.

If you wish to have all your benefits in effect on a continuing basis, renew as soon as possible.
Other your insurance will not be active; BC Outdoors magazine will be discontinued, etc.

Family Fishing Day - Saturday,  - 10:00AM - Mawson Lake
This event is for Club Members to enjoy our property at Mawson Lake.
Hamburgers and Hot Dogs will be provided.
There will be a free fishing derby for youths.
A fishing licence is not required that weekend.
Some boats/canoes will be available or bring your own.

The Club has been deeply saddened by the passing of Bruce Avery who was the "Voice of the Gun Club Banquet" and a valued and much-loved member of our executive.

FACEBOOK:  the Rod & Gun club is on Facebook.  Check frequently for the latest news.  Like us or go to if you don't have Facebook.


***DUCK LAKE.  The CVRG is working to improve cooperation with the Creston Wildlife Management Area by communication with representatives of Ducks Unlimited.  We have undertaken a joint project to improve access to Duck Lake at Sirdar.  A team headed by Matt Maddess is working to survey and build a safer trail to access Duck Lake.  Weather permitting, we hope to complete this for ice fishing this winter.

If you are a regular shooter, come out to our clean-ups and leave the range better than you found it.