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Evergreen Sportsmen's Club held their shoot over the 4th weekend. They were blessed to have great weather, fantastic group of shooters, and loads of fun for everyone. The grounds were beautiful and the traps in great shape!! Three Magnums were hit on Saturday!
Congratulations go out to all the winners!! A huge thanks go out to Ron Hull and Joel Ball for doing such a fantastic job running the shoot.
Sumner Sportsman's Club is offering the Rudy Martinak and Barbara Abbott Memorial Shoot August 21 - 23, 2020. The August program is listed on the Calendar Page. There's been an update to their program. Please see the latest!
Pre-Squading is available for this shoot and highly recommended.
Magnum option available during the Handicap Events!!
They have added money and trophies up for grabs to the best shooters!!
Come on out and make some memories!
Poulsbo Sportsmen's Club is having a 300 bird registered PITA shoot on August 8, 2020. Check out their program on the Calendar Page for all the details.
There will be 100 Singles, 100 Handicap and 100 Doubles! Washington State Magnum event offered.
Mark it on your calendar today!!
The program is out for Black Diamond's annual August shoot! It's a perfect time to get some fantastic shooting in.
Please see their program on our Calendar Page for complete details!!
(Letter from Jennifer Carter, PITA President, posted on PITA website.)
Attention Shooters! The PITA Executive Committee has decided that, due to the lack of income and participants, we will not be awarding HOA pins for the Summer Multi-Plex Season. This is a difficult decision, and it may seem like a small expense, but we are in the unenviable position of cutting every expense we can. In addition, many clubs are unable to host a Multi-Plex due to local restrictions. This makes High Over All more like High over Some.
We hope that you continue to participate in and enjoy the Multi-Plex this summer and we hope that this is just a temporary change.
Please check with your local club or visit www.shootpita.com for further details.
The PITA Executive Committee has decided that we will not have a Grand Pacific in 2020. As I have stated many times, the health and safety of our membership is our No. 1 priority and that was one of the factors that led us to this decision:
A significant percentage of our membership is in the “at-risk” age group for COVID-19
As shoots have been canceled, postponed and rescheduled, we see that our clubs are doing everything they can to recoup some of the losses they have experienced this year. The Grand Pacific takes one whole week out of the shoot calendar and we don’t want to take up days that could be used, by clubs, for weekend shoots, and Multiplex.
The further we get into late summer and early fall, we have hunting seasons and (hopefully) the start of a new school year to contend with. This affects our junior shooters’ ability to attend and the club’s ability to obtain trap help.
Throwing a Grand Pacific this year, even an abbreviated version, would cost more than we are likely to bring in. Any money we spend holding an event of this caliber, would have to be deducted from what we are able to spend to produce a Grand Pacific in 2021.
This is the first time, since 1945, that the PITA has not held a Grand Pacific and I want to assure you that your PITA Executive Committee did not make this historic decision without careful consideration.
Thank you for your understanding. We all hope to see you out shooting again soon. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at email@example.com or 503-931-4211.
Jennifer Carter, PITA President
Lynden Gun Club has rescheduled their shoot from June 27 to August 22!
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