Wonderful shoot this weekend at Medicine Hat. Total of 24 shooters. The weather was perfect on Sunday. Congratulations to Dave Shiers of Edmonton with the winning score of 549. Close second was Jason Weaver of Edson with 548. Medicine Hat club was very thankfull to all those who came out to support their club. For full results of the shoot click on Shoot Calendar and Results at the top of the web page. then click on More Info and Results beside Rattler Classic.
Hello everyone, hopefully everyone is doing fine during the covid pandemic. Your board has discussed the upcoming shooting season via email and has come to some decisions. Provincials will not be cancelled at this time. Before June 30 we will revisit the subject and make a decision to postpone, cancel, or proceed with the event. As far as up coming shooting events, the provincial government has mandated that no groups greater than 15 are allowed to gather. clubs need to work within these rules. When the restrictions are softened, we will revisit the shoot schedule. As of May 1st Edmonton and Calgary have cancelled their first shoots. The province has considered lifting some restrictions on provincial parks, camping and other outdoor activities. Golf courses are being allowed to open with restrictions. This is all positive news.
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|Sep 6,7,8||Medicine Hat||Fall Classic ATA Shoot|
|Sep 8||Edmonton||J.H. STOIK MEMORIAL SHOOT|
|Feb 17 to 23||Tucson, AZ||44th Spring Grand|
|May 2,3||Edmonton||Spring Shoot (CANCELLED)|
|May 9,10||Calgary||Holdsworth-Nattrass (CANCELLED)|
|May 22,23,24||Medicine Hat||Rattler Classic|
|May 30,31||Edmonton||Memorial Shoot (CANCELLED)|
|Jun 1 to 7||Vernal, UT||32nd Western Grand|
|Jun 12,13,14||Castor||Trophy Shoot|
|Jun 20,21||Athabasca||Andy Wood Memorial (CANCELLED)|
|Jun 24,25,26,27,28||Edmonton||65th Canadian Championships|
|Jul 1,2,3,4,5||Calgary||Stampede Grand|
|Jul 8,9,10,11,12||Helena, MT||126th Montana State|
|Jul 9,10,11,12||Swift Current||Saskatchewan Provincals|
|Jul 10,11,12||High Prairie||Northern Lights Shoot|
|Jul 15,16,17,18,19||Calgary||Western Zone|
|Jul 22,23,24,25,26||Edmonton||70th Alberta Provincials|
|Jul 31 to Aug 2||Olds||RR Brown Memorial|
|Aug 5 to 15||Sparta, IL||121st Grand American|
|Aug 8,9||Edmonton||City Championships|
|Aug 14,15,16||Medicine Hat||The Mad Hatter|
|Aug 21,22,23||Calgary||Rose Bowl|
|Aug 28,29,30||Wainwright||Summer's End|
|===== 2021 Shoot Year =====|
|Sep 5,6||Edmonton||Golf Leaf Shoot|
|Sep 12,13||Athabasca||Ellis Crumb Memorial|
|Sep 19||Castor||National Trap Day|
|Sep 20||Calgary||National Trap Day|
|Nov 4 to 15||Tucson, AZ||17th Autumn Grand|
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Sorry for slow update on the spring grand but our data entry person is extremely green at this. In the pre spring grand Art Peyton started by running the first 300 singles and winning HOA vet with a 1243 average of 95.61. Rod hymas in event 14 won the handicap for 22-24 yards with 96. The week of the Spring Grand started with event 15 singles where a 99 would have tied you for 126. Event 16 Handicap Colin Crumb shot 97 to win Vet. Event 17 Doubles Garry Hill had 99 and lost the carry over for AA. Event 21 Doubles championship Bert Brumwell had 86 to win the chair. Event 22 handicap Garry hill won Vet with 95. Event 23 Singles championship Lorne Umscheid was runner up in A singles with a 197 and winning the shoot off with Stan baker from the videos Hunt the Rackett. Event 24 championship handicap Larry Ivany shot a 97 but lost the runner up vet in a shoot off. High Albertan was Art Peyton with 1032. High Canadain was Rod Boll with 1042 and finishing tied for 31st. 22 albertans attended.
Thanks to Heather and Burt Brumwell and Leanne and Bill Martin for there matching five thousand dollars donations.
Thanks to Bayer who generously donated dinner at our provincial shoot.
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