Archive for April, 2015

Recent Articles #1

Attention New Match for Smooth Bore

Filed in Club News by on April 25, 2015 1 Comment • views: 1658

New Shotgun Match Starting May 2nd. Clayton Graves is introducing a new monthly match.  You will need to bring your shotguns/smooth bores and bird shot to take advantage of this monthly event.  Standard fees for shooting will apply ($7.00 for a first match and $3.00 if it is in addition to another match).  All competitors will […]


Recent Articles #2

Saturday, April 25th is a workday

Filed in News on the Grounds by on April 22, 2015 0 Comments • views: 856

Yes, it has been a month since the last work weekend!!!! This Saturday, Jim plans on mowing, weed-eating, fence repair, saw milling and anything else that needs done. Barb, Mary and I will have lunch around 12:00, which will include special ham, every popular broccoli salad and more. I know it is all about the lunch. Hoping to see you […]


Property Report March 2018 Meeting views: 112

2nd Vice President’s Report We had a work weekend on February 24th. There were 7 people there, including myself. The 6 other participants were Henry Kuzwara, Mark Landon, Charlie Chapman, Tamera Beisler, Ron Clark and Chris Arrowood. We Prepped Targets, Emptied Trash, Cleaned Up and Rebuilt Shooting Berms and a great time was had by […]

SEWING CLASS views: 85

FREE SEWING CLASS: On April 7th, during the club shoot, there will be a free sewing class by Rick Haven, Just Two Tailors. It has been decided that in this class, sewers will be making the Tailor’s Guide Partially-bone Stays. There will be instructions in the beginning on how to size any pattern to fit […]

March As I Saw It views: 60

March Meet As I Saw It Hmmm…where was everyone? March has proven to be a very busy month for Florida Frontiersmen. Busy as in busy elsewhere. Florida Frontiersmen have always had a full March schedule participating at a cornucopia of events. This was the first time in three years that we even had enough officers […]

What makes a Superior Self Nocked Arrow? views: 113

Since the early 90’s I have been involved with the Florida Frontiersmen club here in Florida and have been selling my wooden bows and arrows to members and participants of our premier event the Alafia River Rendezvous. I have always tried to impress on the participants of our Archery events the importance of using the […]

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