Conservation Club of Brockport
"More than just a gun club. We are a social and family club, and have been for over 60 years."
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Young Hunters: When and How to Get Children Started

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Welcome to the Official Conservation Club Website
The Board of Directors welcome you to our official website.  Our goal is to make the Conservation Club of Brockport one of the finest organizations of it's kind in the area.

Incorporated in January, 1956, The Conservation Club of Brockport is located on eighty-eight acres at 291 LaDue Road in beautiful Brockport, NY 14420.

The purposes for which this club is organized are to conserve, restore, and manage the game, fish, and other wildlife and it's habitat; to seek to procure improved hunting and fishing for landowners and sportsman.  To promote interest in hunting, shooting, archery, fishing, and to encourage and educate it's members and the general public in the principles of safety.  To encourage and provide social and friendly interaction among it's members.

We are more than just a gun club.  We are a social and family club, and we have been for 67 years.



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291 LaDue Road Brockport, New York 14420
Phone: 585.637.5961

2024 Membership
New member applications for 2024 are currently being accepted.

NOTE:
Regardless of whether or not any of your information has changed, when renewing your membership:

You must fill out a membership application.

All line items on the application must be filled out completely and legibly (especially e-mail address).  Illegible handwriting may delay your renewal.

Membership applications are available at the club, and can also click here to download.

NOTE: For new members there will be a $25.00 Initiation Fee in addition to the annual membership fee.  This is a one-time only fee.
News At A Glance

Message from the Board
When was the last time that you attended a club meeting?  Have you had your club access FOB activated?  Do you know what you need to do to gain clubhouse access? One thing that jumps out when you look at our member list is that some members do not take full advantage of all that the club has to offer.  Gaining clubhouse access is simple.  All you need to do is attend range certification and three general meetings.  Once you have done that, you may have your FOB turned on.  That's it.  Once you have access you may come in to use the facilities, use the indoor range, enjoy a refreshment, rent the clubhouse, participate in the club elections or run for a board seat.  Don't put it off.  Stop in Wednesday for our next general meeting.
The next meeting is a Pass-a-Dish meeting.  There will be dogs and burgers.  Bring a dish to pass.  Food at 6:15 and the meeting at 7:00.

Thank you...
There are club members who take on numerous club related thankless tasks, who deserve occasional mention
as well as recognition for their time.  Obviously, our board members handle a broad range of things that
include answering phones, opening mail, running raffles, planning events, servicing the clubhouse water,
maintaining the club schedule, the list of these mundane items is quite extensive.
What deserves an additional recognition are the jobs that we don't necessarily notice, but we take them for
granted.  Brent Horschel has spent untold hours trying to stay ahead of the potholes in our lot.  Ken Kubiak
and Billy Streb spend many hours mowing our property.  We have lost track of how many loads of grind John Alexander and Gary Tveit have shuffled around the property to improve our roads.  Not a board member, or
compensated, Terry Swanger spends an enormous amount of time handling membership, registrations,
range and club access.  It does not end there. How about Rich Pye handling club rentals and Mike Shortt,
Terry Dodson and the time they dedicate to Range Certification?  Has anyone else noticed that Woman's
Night lead Christle Pajrowski, John Alexander and Shannon Costello regularly fill the barroom cooler?  If Amy
Keener was not at the range on Thursdays, would pistol be "a thing"?  Who knows that Warren Diedrick
continues to handle just about any odd thing that needs doing, most recently taking care of the carpenter
bee problem we have had.  Was that him mowing the other day?  Probably.  Nick Elliot has cooked more
turkeys than you could count.  Harry, Mike, Terry, Gary open up, score and coach our high school teams
week after week.  Gene Moscicki spends countless hours repairing/building range targets.  There is no way
that we can possibly thank or recognize everyone, but if you are one of the "doers" who show up and lends a
hand, don't think it goes unnoticed.  It is both noticed and appreciated.  Thank you.

Planning a Party?
Club facilities are available to rent for members only.  The rates are very good and the facilities are great, with room for 150 guests.  The clubs facilities are perfect for bridal, or baby showers, birthday parties and wedding receptions.  Book your party early!  For more information e-mail: ccobrental@gmail.com

Note:  Please put Conservation Club Hall Rental in the subject line of your e-mail.

Open Trap Shooting
Monday Night Trap is open every Monday. Even holidays.  Shooting starts at 5:30 pm, and runs
until 9:00 pm.  All members are welcome as well as the general public.  The cost is $3.50 per round for members, $4.00 per round for non-members and $2 per round for shooters under the age of 18. Members can purchase 10-Shoot punch cards for $30.00 at any of the Clubs General meetings.  If you are interested, free trap shooting lessons are available for beginning shooters.
**We could always use member help opening up on Monday nights, as well as stocking the houses, and scoring targets.**

Contact Brent Horschel at:
brent.horschel@gmail.com for details, questions, or if you would like to help out.

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Welcome to the Official Conservation
Club of Brockport Website
God Bless America
The Board of Directors welcome you to our official website.  Our goal is to make the Conservation Club of Brockport one of the finest organizations of it's kind in the area.

Incorporated in January, 1956, The Conservation Club of Brockport is located on eighty-eight acres at 291 LaDue Road in beautiful Brockport, NY 14420.

The purposes for which this club is organized are to conserve, restore, and manage the game, fish, and other wildlife and it's habitat; to seek to procure improved hunting and fishing for landowners and sportsman.  To promote interest in hunting, shooting, archery, fishing, and to encourage and educate it's members and the general public in the principles of safety.  To encourage and provide social and friendly interaction among it's members.

We are more than just a gun club.  We are a social and family club, and we have been for over 60 years.
Website built by: The Conservation Club of Brockport
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