13 December 2016
07 July 2016
Fisher House Foundation
and Our Veterans
August 13, 2016 - rain or shine
1:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Smoked BBQ Chicken, Brisket, Pulled Pork, Burgers, Dogs, Salads & Deserts - BYOB (Beer and Wine only)
Tickets - $20 in advance
Ticket Sales will begin 6/12/2016 (T.B.A.)
Here's a link to progress being made on a new Fisher House site, being built on the West Haven VA Hospital Campus: http://www.fisherhousect.org/
2015 Fundraiser photos (c) copyright Bernie O'Donnel
23 June 2016
28 May 2016
PLEASE NOTE This is an earlier date than in past years!
WHAT TIME DOES IT START? Festivities begin at noon . . . although the tickets say "serving until 2 p.m." we'll be there until the food is gone.
TELL US ABOUT WHAT WE ARE HAVING TO EAT. Planked and filleted (that's right, we have already taken care of the bones) shad dinners are a prized culinary treat. The technique - believed to have originated with native tribes - is where shad is nailed to large boards and baked in front of a pit of hot coals, and it is a long held New England tradition.
But there will be plenty of other great things including chowder, venison chili, a variety of cold salads, chicken, hot dogs, watermelon and more. You won't be going away hungry.
Food allergies? Let us know before we serve you.
WHAT ELSE? Stay and play horseshoes, meet up with old friends; get acquainted with new folks in town; enjoy the atmosphere and the view.
Advance tickets: Adults $20; over 65 $15; under 5 - $6
Day of event: Adults $25; over 65 $20; under 5 $8 ~ a bargain at the price!
PARKING: Handicapped parking is available by the pavilion. Come early to park. Come early because parking can get hectic. Please follow instructions from the parking lot team! Trucks park down by the target range and fish pond. Overflow parking is at the town beach, as well as along the Old East Haddam-Colchester Turnpike east of the club
19 April 2016
Admission is free! We hope to get the kids to enjoy an outdoor activity.
All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
TWO TROUT LIMIT
After the morning's adventure, everyone's invited to one of our famous lunches.
24 March 2016
The winner will be responsible for lodging, meals and the cost of their own Maine hunting licenses for the event
For a local point of contact you can e-mail Alex Breen ~ email@example.com
the following is from their webpage:
Mountain View Sporting Camp
23 March 2016
The goal of these organizations is to coordinate an annual effort to pick up the streets, lakes, streams, and other public access areas in the Town of East Haddam. Would your organization or individuals in your organization be willing to participate? We are in search of families and groups to pick up sections of the streets in which they live on. Is there a section of town that you or your group would like to take over the stewardship? Could you and your neighbors adopt a street?
At the conclusion of this pick up day, an invitation is extended to all participating to a picnic at the Moodus Sportsmen’s Club starting at noon and ending at 2 pm. 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 this time we can inventory the items collected and discuss solutions to reduce these problems. We also will have educational information about the Town’s natural resources and outdoor recreational opportunities that are available to all.
19 February 2016
Last week's freeze made us cautiously optimistic
But this morning driving along both Moodus Reservoir and Bashan Lake with the ice all but disappeared, we knew it wasn't happening. So we are packing up the tip ups and stowing the augers away until next year.
In the meantime we still encourage to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our electronic mailing list of upcoming special events
We look forward to seeing you at April's East Haddam Town Wide Earth Day as well as our annual Shad Bake in June. [that's the Sunday after Father's Day]
Image Credit: Connecticut DEEP
26 January 2016
BEFORE Wednesday February 17.
22 January 2016
21 January 2016
Sunday February 21st 2016
starting at 6 am.
There will be a few changes but the DAY and the start time remain the same
Check back in by Saturday January 23
(or sooner) for more details
12 January 2016
Monthly members meetings begin at 7:30 PM
Limited Sunday rentals from Sept. 1st to March 1st
Scouts Troop 22 usually held Wednesdays
Bold faced, underlined events are open to the public
3 6:30 PM - Annual Board of Directors Meeting – before the regular meeting
7:30 PM - Monthly Meeting
20 6:00 PM - Eight Mile & Salmon River Watershed Partnership [Sponsored event]
Resources for Managing Forests [Limited seating]
Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org before January 15
23 Game Dinner - 6:00 p.m. [Limited seating]
Snow date 24th at 4 pm
1 Monthly Meeting
7 "Shooter Bowl" - a new shooting event on Super Bowl Sunday
Modified 5-Stand shoot with a football theme [8:30 am sign in with 9:00 am start time]
Super Bowl Sunday
21 Ice Fishing Derby - Start at 6:00 AM
NO Snow/Rain Date for Ice Derby
27 Game Dinner - 6:00 p.m. [Limited seating]
Snow date for Game Dinner - 22nd at 4 pm
7 Monthly Meeting
DEEP Hunter Safety Course [Advance sign-up through DEEP required]
DEEP: CE/FS Program - Franklin Wildlife Management Center
860-642-7239 - ~ email@example.com NOTE: DEEP Hunter Safety Course
12 Saturday - 8 am to 5 pm
13 Sunday - 8 am to 2 pm
19 Game Dinner - 6:00 p.m. [Limited seating]
Snow date for Game Dinner - 20th at 4 pm
20 March Madness - 5 Stand Shoot Off
2 Town Wide Annual Clean-Up
4 Monthly Meeting
16 Game Dinner - 6:00 PM [Limited seating]
17 Spring Work Party - 9:00 AM
1 Children's Fishing Derby
2 Monthly Meeting
21 Annual Salmon River Fishing Trip & Club Party
Squid Fishing Trip May / June
6 Monthly Meeting
10 Set Up for Shad Bake
12 Annual Shad Bake
To be held the Sunday before Father's Day