Jackson County Outdoor Club
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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.
BECOMING AN OUTDOORS WOMAN PROGRAM--CLICK ON THIS LINK WWW.JACKSONCOUNTYOUTDOORCLUB.COM TO SEE FLYER ON HOW TO JOIN.
YOUTH ARCHERY GRADS 2014
AWESOME CIVIL WAR PHOTOS
CIVIL WAR PHOTOS--Click on the links below to view some incredible Civil War photos. There are three (3) different albums. WARNING--there are some gruesome photos probably not appropriate for the very young.
|BYLAWS & CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE--the JCOC board has voted to form a committee to review, for possible revisions, the club bylaws and constitution. Dave Teriaco will be the committee chairperson and is requesting members that are interested in helping to make recommendations as to reshaping these two important documents contact him at 517-782-7759. "Please consider getting more involved, this is your club, and with some work and unity, we can make it better", club President Don Prough.|
|SPRING FISHING TOURNAMENT---Sunday the 25th of May is the date for the annual spring fishing tournament. Cost is $5 per person and $10 per boat. Prize money for different categories of fish. Launch time is around 7 AM so come out early. Lots of fun and you may win some money too. Contact Randy at 517-531-5967 if you have questions. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC|
|SPRING ARCHERY RANGE & GROUNDS CLEANUP---Saturday April 26th, 2014 at 9 AM is the day scheduled for cleaning up the 3D Archery Range. If you are willing to help call Rob at 527-250-2977. Saturday May 10th, 2014 at 8 AM is the day scheduled for general cleanup of club grounds and facility. If you are willing to help call John at 517-812-8160. THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO RECEIVE A WORK TICKET FOR EACH HOUR WORKED. EACH TICKET IS GOOD FOR $5 OFF NEXT YEARS MEMBERSHIP. We also have a bit of fun while sprucing things up. We can REALLY use the help. THANK YOU.|
CERTIFIED RIFLE INSTRUCTOR..needed to organize a Youth Rifle group. If you are a club member and are certifed as a firearm instructor and would like to help with this program please call Don at 517-787-4743. Thanks.
|PLEASE CLICK THE CALENDAR TAB ALL FOR UPCOMING EVENTS AT JCOC.|
TRAP SHOOTING will begin at 5 PM to 7 PM on April 2nd and continue through October. Please come out and join us for a little fun and competition. For additional info call Richard at 517-315-9339.
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
John Underwood 517-812-8160
|CUB SCOUT OUTING AT JCOC---click the photo album menu tab "CUB SCOUTS 2013" to view photos from the Cub Scout event of 2013. Clickon an individual photo to enlarge.|
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.
|NEW PRINTED WEAPONS----click on this link www.pcworld.com/article/2062246/worlds-first-3d-printed-metal-gun-blows-through-50-rounds.html to read intereting article about the "printed" gun. Thanks to member Steve for submitting this.|
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.
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.
|DOCK INSTALLATION....click on this link www.jacksoncountyoutdoorclub.com to read about the dock installation. Also, check out the photos of the dock installation at "CLUB PHOTOS". Thanks to Tony Raykovick for the article and photos, and thanks to all the guys for the hard work in cold weather.|