15 April 2014
But it is also based firmly on the premise that creating connections between kids and nature ensures a healthy future for them both.
With this in mind, the MSC is once again proud to host this annual event.
The derby begins at 8 a.m. and will run until noon. Hot dogs and other tasty items will be served for lunch.
Bring your youngsters - under age 12, and their fishing gear, and they can get some practice fishing in our stocked pond.
All children must be under adult supervision. It will be a great time for all.
Sponsored by The Original Guilford Coin Exchange
at the Moodus Sportsman’s Club.
great community event and help support an alcohol and drug free night for the senior class.
Please help raise money for a great cause and celebrate our seniors' success while enjoying a wonderful meal and conversation at a great location!
ON THE MENU
PULLED PORK, BBQ CHICKEN
BAKED POTATO, BAKED BEANS
COLESLAW & CORN BREAD, DESSERTS
SODA, ICED TEA, LEMONADE
COFFEE & HOT TEA
LAWN & BOARD GAMES
Tickets in advance $10 || Adults at door $12Advanced tickets are sold at NHRHS office with Mrs. Tomasi, East Haddam Youth & Family Service, Moodus Package Store and 32 Main or contact Sarah Donner at 860-344-2255
Kids 10 & under $8 || Seniors $8
21 March 2014
If you want to focus on your own street or a specific area, then call Jim Ventres at the East Haddam Land Use Administrator's Office [860-873-5031] to coordinate the effort or e-mail Will Brady [MSC website coordinator] at email@example.com.
Anyone who takes part in the effort is invited to the Moodus Sportsmen's Club for one of its famous hearty lunches. Traditional picnic items such as hot dogs, baked beans, coffee and iced tea and lemonade will be served along with the seasonal bounty only a sportsmen’s club could serve.
At the lunch gathering we can inventory items collected and talk about ways and solutions to reduce these problems.
We will have information about the Town’s natural resources and outdoor recreational opportunities that are available to all.
This effort is co-sponsored by the Sportsmen's Club, East Haddam Lions and Scout Troop #22.
20 February 2014
We can use members to help out with the background on this so let JV or Fran know if you can assist.
Folks are still contacting Franklin to ask about being put on a wait list.
here are our scheduled dates and class times:
DEEP Archery/Bowhunting Course
1 Sunday - 8 am to 4 pm
DEEP Hunter Safety Course
14 Friday - 6 pm – 9 pm
15 Saturday - 8 am – 5 pm
16 Sunday 8 am - 2 pm
Info for DEEP Franklin WMA Station:
FRANKLIN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA - 391 Route 32, North Franklin
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone: (860) 642-7239
The list [http://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=2700&q=429848&deepNav_GID=1633] will tell you the class is full (has been since late January, I believe) but persevere... and ask you be added to our stand-by list.