The Nelson District Rod and Gun Club held a Ladies’ Target Shooting Fun Shoot on December 5. Some of those who competed include (from left to right) back row: Cheryl Johnson

Gun club hosted ladies target shoot on weekend

Nelson District Rod and Gun looking for new members.

The Nelson District Rod and Gun Club held a Ladies’ Target Shooting Fun Shoot on December 5.

Long-time member, Lorne Trickett, was there to lend his good advice and moral support. Thanks to Leslie Baster for volunteering. This year the annual trophy was won by Annie Landry.

The ladies’ group has been together for three years and holds a weekly shoot Thursday evenings. Any interested ladies are invited to come give it a try in a supportive and welcoming atmosphere.

Anyone interested can contact coordinator Angela Adams-Helgren at

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