Spreading the Message

Well, we sat down and wrote the Outdoor America magazine a nice write -up on all of the projects, kids education about conservation, our short term goals,and  the participation of Argos starting a fishing program for students at Argos.  We also included information involving the 75th year anniversary dedication of the club being completed in 1937.  We sent some pics of club and grounds and hopefully we will be picked up for an article in the magazine. Good luck to us and always appreciate what we have. c u soon.

Outdoor Enthusiasts in Need of Help

We all enjoy camping, canoeing, fishing, hunting and basically anything outdoors, right? We do not enjoy lugging all of our supplies and equipment around; anything to lighten the load is appreciated. Well, a couple of outdoor enthusiasts have created a product called the Pocket Grill™, the portable grill that fits in your pocket. They have launched a Kickstarter campaign to assist them with various costs associated with manufacturing. Please head over to the Pocket Grill™ Kickstarter campaign site to check out the grill and make a contribution.


A very good spring

Well, the April breakfast and turkey shoot went well; two new members and and a few donations for the club. May 1st we are having another breakfast and shoot with a club meeting to follow. Trees will be here this weekend and members will be there for wrapping the trees up for the Argos School. Speaking of the Argos School, the club received a call from Mr. Holloway, principle, about having a program involving basic fishing and outdoor classroom activities. We are more than excited about sharing our facilities with the school corp.!  Fishing derby tickets will be here soon with a chance to win a 250.00 gift card and numerous other giveaways.