Military rifle shoot

Military rifle shoot

West Middlesex, Pa.

Hidden Valley Sportsmen’s Club, 268 Gilkey Road, will have a military rifle combat shoot Sunday. Registration starts at 8 a.m., and shooting starts at 9.

Shoot pre-1950 bolt action, only open iron sights, no scopes. The shoot features 10 stations, five rounds at each station. Cost is $10 to enter.

For more information, call 724-528-2700 or go to

Youth Fishing Day


The Lowellville Rod & Gun Club, 6225 Quarry Road, will have a Youth Fishing Day for children up to age 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today.

The lake is stocked with rainbow trout. Limit is two fish per person.

Participants must use their own tackle and bait. Lunch will be provided. No license is required. For more information, call 330-506-6084.

Ladies firearm class


The Fish & Game Club of Vienna, 1508 Youngstown Kingsville Road, is having a ladies firearm class from 5:45 to 10 p.m. on Tuesdays starting May 15.

The class will run for eight weeks and qualifies participants for a concealed-carry permit.

The class also includes hand-to-hand defense and personal protection, and a law-enforcement officer will speak on the laws concerning guns.

Cost is $75 and includes 50 rounds of varying calibers of pistols. For more information, call Shirley Williams at 330-534-2929.

Wildlife Legacy Stamp


The photo of a garter snake, submitted by Ryan Wagner of North Olmsted in Cuyahoga County, stood out as a winner for the ninth annual Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp Photo Contest, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Wagner is a sophomore at Ohio University. The first-place photo appears on the 2018 Legacy Stamp, which is now on sale.

Fourteen dollars of every $15 Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp sold are invested in the state’s Wildlife Diversity Fund. Visit for more details about the Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp.

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