Jackson County Outdoor Club
WECOME TO THE JACKSON COUNTY OUTDOOR CLUB WEB SITE
The Jackson County Outdoor Club is for anyone who enjoys an activity that utilizes any of our natural resources.
Such an activity may be either those pursuits that harvest predetermined surpluses of fish and game species which under proper management are able to replenish themselves, or an activity that takes advantage of geographical features, natural phenomenon, weather conditions, or any of the aesthetic aspects of our great out-of-doors.
Outdoor Club members either individually, or in groups, participate in: hunting, fishing, camping, canoeing, hiking, backpacking, boating, bicycling, skiing, nature photography, skin diving, and many other activities that involve our forests, fields, and waterways.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST BE A CLUB MEMBER TO USE CLUB GROUNDS, INCLUDING THE RIFLE OR PISTOL RANGE.
NEW MAILING ADDRESS
NEW CLUB MAILING ADDRESS....PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW MAILING ADDRESS AND SEND ALL CORRESPONDENCES TO THIS ADDRESS: JACKSON COUNTY OUTDOOR CLUB, P.O . BOX 1708, JACKSON MI 49204
MEMBERSHIP FEES SCHEDULE
MEMBERSHIP FEES SCHEDULE please click on this link WWW.JACKSONCOUNTYOUTDOORCLUB.COM for a list of fees charged for joining JCOC. PLEASE NOTE: Family memberships include minor children. Minors are NOT permitted on any range without adult supervision. If their 18th birthday falls within the membership year they are members until December 31st of that year. Exceptions to the minor membrship rule may be considered by the board upon request for extenuating circumstances (e.g. disabled adult children, etc.)
APPLICATION TO JOIN JCOC
CLICK THIS WEB LINK FOR AN APPLICATION TO JOIN www.jacksoncountyoutdoorclub.com . You will see a two page pdf file you can print and mail in with a check. FEES for joining are listed on the bottom of the application.
Check out the new photo album in Club Photos "Spring Fishing Tournament 2013" and "Wildlife Photos 2013". Also check out the trio of new fawns in the Wildlife 2013 album. They are in my back yard every day. Just click on an album to see ALL photos in the album.
|HUNTERS SAFETY CLASS FOR 2014..click on this link www.jacksoncountyoutdoorclub.com to see dates and times for the early spring event. Signup is Tuesday February 25th, 2014. Questions, call Dave at 517-782-7759.|
|PLEASE CLICK THE CALENDAR TAB ALL FOR UPCOMING EVENTS AT JCOC.|
RANGE ORIENTATION all club members must complete a Range Orientation class consisting of approximately one hour of discussion prior to using the pistol and/or rifle ranges. If you are renewing your membership and have already completed the class, you do not have to complete the class a second time. If you are a new member, or an existing member that has not completed the class you may contact a person listed below to arrange for the class time.
Dave Wilson 517-7642352
Dave Teriaco 517-782-7759
Don Prough 517-787-4743
Ed Hoffman 517-784-0221
NEED CERTIFIED KITCHEN MANAGER-if you hold a Michigan Certificate for food manager and would be willing to offer assistance and the use of your certification at JCOC please contact Dave Wilson at 517-764-2352. Only minimal instruction to kitchen staff is necessary ocassionally. JCOC assumes all responsibility for any non-compliance issues as the result of inspections per Jackson County Health Department. If you are willing to become certified for which JCOC will pay the $210 fee, please contact Dave.
CIVILIAN MARKSMANSHIP PROGRAM
JCOC is now affiliated with the Civilian Marksmanship Program. Club MEMBERS can now purchase items through their program. Visit their site at www.odcmp.org. You will find the necessary paperwork to download and complete if you want to purchase from their catalog. The catalog is online too, of course. ENJOY, another good thing for JCOC members. Our club is listed in their club directory, and you can get to the JCOC website from there.
Outdoor Club went extra mile
Horton - Thank you just doesn't seem quite enough for all that the Jackson County Outdoor Club did for us.
Scouts enjoy a day full of activities
Posted by Vicky L. Lorencen for the Citizen Patriot October 19, 2008 08:00AM
CITIZEN PATRIOT - NICK DENTAMARO - Billy Dawd, 10, saws a log with his mother, Connie, using an old-fashioned two-man saw.
If it could be shot, sawed, thrown or chucked, the Boy Scouts "Mountain Man Rendezvous" had a heaping helping of it.
More than 300 Boy Scouts reveled in manly pursuits this weekend at the Chief Lenape Trails District Fall Camporee at the Jackson County Outdoors Club near Napoleon.